This week’s tech-design fiesta included a deep look at Windows 8 and what it means for Microsoft, plus we considered whether the company’s search engine will ever become ubiquitous enough to make people “Bing it.” And we brought you coverage of the highlights and lowlights of Apple’s iPhone 5 launch (EarPods anyone?). These stories and more in this week’s top 10.
Despite Microsoft’s dubious product placement, “Bing it” still hasn’t caught on.
Will Apple’s Tacky Software-Design Philosophy Cause A Revolt?
Are people fed up with Apple’s gimmicky designs?
This $9 Cardboard Bike Can Support Riders Up To 485lbs
Sweet bike, just don’t ride it through a puddle…
Infographic: The Astounding Power Of Pinterest
Women are joining in droves and quickly making Pinterest into a juggernaut.
Working From Home Makes You More Productive
PJ’s, here I come!
The Best Of Apple’s iPhone 5 Announcement
Fast Company delivers with everything you need to know about the iPhone 5, iOS6, the new iPods, and…EarPods?
Windows 8: The Boldest, Biggest Redesign In Microsoft’s History
Finally, Microsoft makes a bold OS move. Here’s why it will work.
Simple Genius: A Condom You Can Open With One Hand
Even the sloppiest dude can look slick with this ingenious design.
A sustainable coffee cup at last. Delicious too.
New PSA Goes Full Boob To Raise Awareness Of What Breast Cancer Looks Like
New PSA gets provocative. Perhaps too provocative?
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