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By Fast Company Staff | 07-10-2012 | 12:00 PM
The Ice Under The Water
The Tech's The Least Interesting Part Of Nokia's New Augmented Reality
iPhone-Addicted Lego Lover Seeks Same For Fun, Romance, Brand Worship
The 350-Year-Old British Post Office Is Leading The Mobile Payments Charge
Confessions Of A Brand Man
International Buying Machines?
How Your Credit Card Is Becoming A Data, Discounts Doorway
Your Voice Is Your Passport
Why Sharing Your Identity Is A Good Thing
Snapette Shows You The Future Way To Shop
When Digital App Play Leads To Real-Life Finds
Take a look at why presumably novel businesses are garnering huge investments. While many of these are about nifty tech or fun services on the surface, they're actually attempts to monetize discovery.