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Starbucks Wi-Fi Is Getting Ten Times Faster, With A Boost From GoogleGet Ready To Watch TV-Style Commercials On FacebookMarina Abramovic: The Artist Is Present (On Reddit)See If You Can Guess The Advertiser In This “Unbranded” CampaignWhat A Fingerprint Sensor Means For iOSViewers To Time Warner And CBS: Stop Screwing Us OverWant A Cronut? Donate To A Food BankHow To Become One Of Our “Labs Rats”Former Employees Sue Apple Over Unpaid Time Spent Waiting To Have Their Bags SearchedWalter White Channels “Ozymandias” In The Teaser For The Final Episodes Of “Breaking Bad”Bradley Manning Found Not Guilty Of Aiding The Enemy, But Convicted On Lesser ChargesFacebook Gets Into Mobile Games PublishingIn Airports, Your Coffee Might Soon Be Made By A RobotEnter Ben Stiller’s “Secret Life” In This Dreamy, Dialogue-Free TrailerTwitter Not Impressed By MIT’s Internal Report On Aaron SwartzThe Zynga Saga Continues: Three VPs Exit the CompanyTwitter To Add “Report Abuse” Button For Rape and Death Threats For EveryoneFab Lays Off 100 Employees in EuropeNatural Barriers Are What Prevent Coastal Cities From Being DestroyedLooking For A Cheap And Chic Alternative To Google Glass?Chris O’Dowd Partners With Cancer Awareness Group To Launch Giant Floating Scrotum Over England.Can Alternate Endings Save The Hollywood Blockbuster?$15,000 Could Buy You Your Own Open Source Airplane#Iamfastfood: Striking Workers Take to TwitterBy Reinventing The Knight Foundation, Alberto Ibargüen Helped Reinvent The NewsBMW’s New i3: An Electric Car Designed For City DriversTake A Look At What Happens Every Single Minute On The InternetWhat It’s Like To Tap Your Own PhoneLessons On Leading A More Impactful Life From Nobel Laureate Rabindranath TagoreWhy Every Real-World Instrument Should Be Touch SensitiveThe Moscow Subway Is About To Get A Lot Less PrivateToday’s Most Innovative Company: Ticckle Is Taking Online Debate To A New LevelFuture Thinking Isn’t About The Future, It’s About The PresentWomen Tired of Leaning In Can Opt Out and “Lean Over”Hello Flo “Camp Gyno” Ad Adorably Busts Through The Period, Vagina BarrierWhat Happens Now That Sharing Economy Pioneer NeighborGoods Has Been Acquired?Would You Let The Veebot Robot Take Your Blood?“Breaking Bad” Artifacts Trace Walter White’s Transformation From Mr. Chips To ScarfaceHow Skype Became The Ultimate Free Teaching ToolA Super Graphic Look At The Whole Universe Of ComicsMore Efficient See-Through Solar Cells Mean Your Phone’s Screen Might Someday Be Solar-PoweredThailand Makes Bitcoins Illegal Because Its Laws Are Too Old-FashionedNew iPhone Will Likely Have Fingerprint SensorWhy Specialized Spinoffs Are The New Big Box StoresDancing YouTube Sensation Karen Cheng’s 10 Tips For Making Your Video Go ViralThe Secret To Forming Super Productive Habits9 Tricks To Beat The Midday SlumpWant To Get Ahead? Stop Talking And ListenHow To Play Bigger Than YourselfIt’s 7 P.M., Do You Know Where Tomorrow’s Productivity Is?Muzik’s Smart Headphones Are Like Google Glass For Your EarsThis Protein Bar Contains 25 Crickets, And You Can Try It OutA Day In The Life Of An iPhone Factory WorkerThe Programmable OrgasmBing And Yahoo Launch Anti-Pedophilia U.K. Search Alerts, But Google DeclinesWould You Shock Your Brain To Improve Your Gaming High Score?Even Microsoft’s CEO Knows The Surface RT Tablet Was A FlopIs This Syrian Dictator Bashar Al-Assad’s Instagram Feed?Spotify Gets Funny With An App From Official ComedyGirls Are Infiltrating The Ranks Of Video Game PlayersNorth Korea Making Great Progress At Catastrophic GPS JammingDoes Your iPhone Need A Composer?Watch This Man Try To Set The Bicycle Speed Record On A Homemade BikeVery Young Viral Rappers Do Back-to-School Boasting for KmartPro-Social Software: Nine Examples Of Developers Doing GoodThis Wi-Fi-Enabled Tooth Sensor Knows If You’re Still Smoking Or OvereatingToday’s Most Creative Person: Will Justin B. Smith Do For Bloomberg What He Did For The Atlantic?With “Treasure Tag,” Nokia’s New Lumia Phone Will Help You Find Your Lost ItemsDeath In The Time Of Twitter, Or, How We Grieve NowHow Plastic Money Could Spawn Paper-Thin ElectronicsFilmmakers Promote Steve Jobs Biopic With More-Is-More SiteAmazon Studios Wants To Let You Choose New Web Shows Before They’re CreatedWhat Really Happened At Monsanto’s Bee ConferenceEye-Popping Human Art From The World Bodypainting FestivalTV On The Radio’s Dave Sitek Uses SoundCloud To Give Fans Remix Power On Unreleased TracksThe Nexus 7 Is Hiding Google’s Stroke Of Genius10 More Hidden Gems In iOS 7What Happens When iOS Apps Can Access Health RecordsThis Is How Your BitTorrent Downloads Move So FastThis Artist Wants You To Share–And Own–Your Awkward YearsFast Food Workers Across The U.S. Stage A Walkout For Fair WagesYes, Your Toilet Is Vulnerable To Hackers TooThe Roads More TraveledNeed A Job? Amazon Is Hiring 5,000 PeopleShould Google and Facebook Be Worried About The World’s Biggest Advertising Company?What Plato And Jay-Z Would Look Like If They Were Carved Out Of WonderbreadTo Make Cars Safer, Computer Experts Are Hacking ThemCould This Cardboard Furniture Replace Your Ikea Chairs And Bookshelves?Tips For Making Dynamic Vines From A Stop-Motion Vin-ovatorCreative Management Lessons From The Difficult Men Who Changed TelevisionHow This Yelp Exec Makes The World More “Yelpy”Apple’s Plastic iPhone May Be Called The 5C: “C” For “Colors”?Paying With Your Phone Is Becoming More Popular, Especially At StarbucksKey Apple Exec Bob Mansfield Moves Out Of The LimelightHow To Hack Your Memory Into Better Shape8 Simple Ways To Get Happier At Work3 Social Media Questions Every Brand Should Ask ItselfWhat Successful People Do During LunchFUBU Founder Daymond John’s $5 Million LessonSilence Is Golden: When Not Talking Says PlentyCondoms, iPads, and Toilet Paper: A Day In The Life Of An eBay Now DeliverymanThe Washington Monument, The Lincoln Memorial… And Anti-Cruise-Missile Blimps?Changing Frightening Economic Realities Into OpportunitiesToday’s Most Creative Person: Steven Soderbergh, Mr. Quality TVJulian Assange: Bradley Manning Is “The Biggest Friend Journalists Have Ever Had”China’s Plan to Build World’s Tallest Building In 9 Months Is On HoldToday’s Most Innovative Company: Ikea Uses Augmented Reality To Show How Furniture Fits In a RoomCan The Advertising Industry Tame The Wild West Of Mobile Data Collection?This Versatile Robot Can Climb Just About AnywhereWatch Live: Google Is (Hopefully) Launching A Loon TodayWatch This Artist In A Glass Box Make You Custom Toms Shoes On DemandEnough About Abraham Lincoln’s Pants, What Can You Learn From Him?The Surprising Secret Behind Apps That Track Your Driving HabitsDavid Cross and Amber Tamblyn Video Mocks Todd Akin-Esque “Gynoticians”A Practical Guide To Hiding Your Online ActivityCMOs Are From Mars, CEOs Are From Venus. What Planet Are You From?10 Most Popular Stories Of The Week: Royal Oreo, Brand Satire, And MoreBribing Senate Deemed Illegal; Gun Control Crowdfunders Take to TwitterMuch Ado About DonglesThe Recommender: Leslie Dela Vega, Fast Company’s Director Of PhotographyNew York Hands Out A Prescription For Fruits And VegetablesA Fix For The Homogenous Tech Industry: Black Girls CodeLongtime “X-Men” and “Wolverine” Writer Chris Claremont On The Keys To Creative CollaborationA Better New York Transit Map Through The Power of CirclesTop 10 Iconic Data GraphicsFree Netflix Is So Overwhelmingly Popular, Chromecast Had To Stop Offering ItHuawei Behind the Technology For Britain’s Porn FilterHow to Be a Better LeaderNetflix Will Show Series Finale Of “Breaking Bad” In The U.K. And IrelandL.A. School District Will Give IPads To All 640,000 StudentsSee Newly Unveiled Photos From A Tense “Taxi Driver” SetThe Daily Show’s John Oliver On Operating Outside Your Comfort ZoneHow To Produce A Woody Allen MovieHow Sugarland’s Kristian Bush And Online Game “My Singing Monsters” Came To Make Music TogetherDriver Of Derailed Spanish Train Reportedly Bragged About High Speeds On FacebookAmazon Has A Surprising Quarter, Losing $7 MillionArtificial Mouse Memories Implanted By MIT Scientists3 Big Rules Of Innovation From The Google Guy Behind Android And ChromeWhy Every Email Should Be 5 Sentences LongOne Quick Way To Construct Better CriticismShelter From The Storm: Why Brainswarming Is The Future Of CollaborationWith Big Data, Companies Can Predict Your Success Before Your First Day On The JobIs It OK for Companies to Track Your Data If They’re Just Honest About It?Google Plans To Rival The Apple TVRoku CEO On Google’s Chromecast: Who Wants Their Phone To Be A Remote Control?A Farm That Extends Deep Into The Sea Is Trying To Create Ocean VegetarianismYou Can Relax, Monopoly Is Keeping Its Jail After AllU.S. Foreign Aid Also Means U.S. HateradeCan Your Fake ID Elude BarZapp?Can Lululemon Turn Wall Street On To Yoga?The Lessons From Telepresence On A ShoestringJ.C. Penney, Nasdaq Among Companies Targeted In Massive Hacking Scheme“Parks and Rec” Star Aubrey Plaza Mopes Through The Fake “Daria” Movie Trailer You Wish Was RealGames To Educate Teens About Dating ViolenceToday’s Most Innovative Company: Watsi, Y-Combinator’s First Non-ProfitUpdated: Monopoly Redesign Embraces Xbox, Coke, And McDonald’s, Ditches Boardwalk And Park PlaceKmart To Online Shoppers: No Credit or Debit Card? No ProblemHow 50 States, and 186 Countries, Rank For Climate ChangeIkea Might Be Opening A Store In PalestineBeyond Bacon And Babes: Meet The Real Men Of PinterestHow One Architecture Firm Built A Sustainable Building In Rural RwandaWhat If 3-D Printers Had An “Undo” Button?How Your iPhone Made EA A BundleThe Royal Baby Meets His Royal CybersquattersHow Interactive Product Placements Could Save TelevisionSneaker Envy Motivated These Two Women To Create A Nike Fantasy ShopWhy You Should Find Product-Market Fit Before Sniffing Around For Venture MoneyWhat’s The Point Of A Tech Company?8 iOS Developers Who Revolutionized The App StoreDo Strong Men Have Strong Feelings About Spreading The Wealth?Racially Segregated City Neighborhoods Are More Vulnerable To Heat WavesHome Chefs Get A Crash Course In The Realities Of The Food Business On “Supermarket Superstar”NSA Funding Amendment Fails, Government Continues Spying On Us All“Wolverine” Poster Slashes Up Competing PostersESPN’s Matthew Berry On How Fantasy Football Unlocks Creativity And Makes Your Office BetterDevelopers, Now You Can Self-Publish Games On Xbox OneTaste-Testing An Incredibly Realistic Salt Replacement (That You’ve Been Eating All Along)Forget Instagram Filters: Snap A 1840s Lens Onto Your Digital Camera InsteadSee Van Gogh Paintings Come To Life Before Your EyesLearn The Secrets of The Writers’ Room With Oscar Winner Jim RashThe Future Of Google’s Plan To Bring The Entire World Internet With BalloonsThe New, Fear-Free Retirement StrategyFollowing Electric Shocks, Apple Tells Chinese Consumers To Avoid Knockoff IPhone ChargersGoogle’s Chromecast Is A Brilliant Inversion Of The Streaming TV MarketSoon You’ll Be Able To Sell Your Skills On Google “Helpouts”Today’s Most Creative Person: Jay Z, Rapper, Tycoon, Marketeer ExtraordinaireWant To Be Unstoppable? Work At An IntersectionChipotle Admits To Fake-Hacking Its Twitter FeedWhy Summer Makes Us So UnproductiveLawyer, Mother, Novelist: The Productivity Secret Of A Master MultitaskerFlipboard CEO Mike McCue: What If We Remade The Internet?How To Design A More Serendipitous, Creative LifeThe 4 Questions That Help You See–And Dominate–A Market Opportunity9 Easy-To-Steal Habits Of The Super SuccessfulRemembering Josef Desimone, Facebook and Google’s Head Chef: “I Never Wanted To Be An Astronaut. I Only Wanted To Cook.”Brilliant Vacation Auto-Reply Will Make You Appreciate VacationIntel and Toshiba Return With Third Social Film, “The Power Inside” And Harvey KeitelLegalForce Revs Up $10M Fund to Help Startups Build Patent PortfoliosWow! Google’s Chromecast Is Amazingly HackableCoCreate-ToolbarToday’s Most Innovative Company: Beats By Dre Takes a Page From Apple On RedesignToday’s Most Creative Person: White House Photographer Pete Souza Heads To InstagramLet’s Examine The Problems With China’s Plan To Erect the World’s Tallest Building In 9 MonthsDaqri’s 4D Cubes Use Augmented Reality To Teach Kids The Periodic Table Of ElementsTweeting for the Weekend: Introducing The First Twitter HotelWatch This $200 3-D-Printed Robot Crack Your iPhoneThree Reasons Samsung’s Developer Conference Is A Good Idea, One It’s NotFormer BitTorrent Engineer Thinks He Can Fix Your Wi-Fi–For GoodGoogle’s Newest Gadget, ChromeCast, Beams Content From Your Phone To Your TVWould You Wear Google Glass If It Looked Like This?Turn Your Waterbottle Into A Brita With This Coconut FilterFinally A Use For Conference Calls–Losing WeightAfter Five Years, Beats Redesigns Studio HeadphonesGoogle Unveils New Nexus 7 TabletFlash-Frightening: Watch Some One-Minute Horror Movies From VICE and “The Conjuring” CrewThe NSA Can’t Search Its Own Employees’ EmailA Sweat Recycling Machine To Publicize The Enormous Clean Water ShortageFacebook’s Design Chief Kate Aronowitz Takes on Director of Brand RolePaul Thomas Anderson Is The Master of Fiona Apple’s VideoGoogle’s Chromecast Shows The World Isn’t Ready For Truly Smart TVSome Greek Yogurt With Your Coffee? Starbucks And Danone Partner On New ParfaitsGM Is Feeling Threatened By TeslaWhy Thinking About Death Could Make You FunnierNYU Builds Data-Sharing Network For Scientists–But Is It Legal?A New, Old Challenge For Technology: Hologram JesusAfter A Huge First Day, Ubuntu’s $32 Million Crowdfunded Phone Sees A Drop-off In PledgesInside The Data-Driven System That Keeps The Netherlands Above WaterWhere Can Nokia Go After Its Massive 41-Megapixel Lumia 1020?What You Learn About Google When You Buy GlassA Blood Test For Autism Begins Clinical Trials, With A Little Help From GoogleSmokers Are Addicted To The Branding Of Their Cigarettes5 Creative Tips From Carl Hiaasen, Florida’s Cleverest ChroniclerSiri In A Superteddy Suit, The Kickstarter Toy Of Geeky Kids’ DreamsDoes Amazon Have A Renewable Energy Problem?Edward Snowden Can Leave Sheremetyevo AirportCrafts With Kanye: A New Book Lets You Color In Your Favorite RappersThis Is What Wi-Fi Would Look Like, If We Could See ItInside Facebook’s Globe-Trotting Quest To Improve Its Feature Phone ExperienceCybercrime is One-Tenth the Problem It Once WasIs Your Data Safe With Citi Bike?New Concept For A Return Trip To Mars Is Interesting, But FlawedCheck Out This Company’s Office, Where Amazing Views, Strategic Design Inspire Creative WorkGet Ready To See Lots Of Promoted Tweets During TV AdsThe Very Rich Are Different From You And Me? Yep, They Don’t Need EmailThink Like A Bug: Tips On Squashing The Competition From Charles Darwin, Steve Jobs, Madonna, And Other Successful People3 Reasons Why We’re All Loafing At Work–And What To Do About ItHow I Learned To Get The Most Out Of Every Week’s 168 HoursThe Truth About Brainstorming MeetingsNew Nexus 7 Goes On Preorder Before Google Has a Chance To Reveal ItGoing Geek: YouTube Taps Its Inner Nerd For Promotional FestivalWith New Partnership, The Minerva Project Takes a Big Step Toward Officialdom