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Apple’s iPhone Event: Everything You Need To KnowHow Infinity Blade III Was Built From Scratch To Show Off Your iPhone 5SWhy Apple’s iPhone 5C Case Is Pure TrashWhy Apple’s iPhone 5C Case Is Pure TrashWhy Apple’s iPhone 5C Case Is Pure GeniusWhy Apple’s iPhone 5C Case Is Pure GeniusSimple Will Start Granting Venmo Users Early Access To Its Mobile Banking AppThe Silver Screen Gets a Second Screen With This New AppIntel’s New Mobile Strategy: Ultra-Cheap Tablets For AllHouston, We Have Veggies: NASA Will Grow Lettuce In Zero GravityWith The iPhone 5S, Apple Is Making You The DeviceWith The iPhone 5S, Apple Is Making You The DeviceNokia Tries To Make Fun Of Apple’s iPhone 5S: “Real Gangsters Don’t Use Gold Phones”The Future With Real-Time Tweets In TV Commercials Is Already HereThe $300 Headphone Module That Can Replace Your Studio MonitorsWhy The iDoorCam Is An Indiegogo SensationThis Tech Incubator Wants To Improve Your Hospital StayYou Need To See This 17-Minute Film Set Entirely On A Teen’s Computer ScreenAn Online Project Collects The Stories Behind Favorite HeirloomsWhat “40 Days Of Dating” Tells Us About The Future Of StorytellingThis Cheap Crowdfunded 3-D Scanner Lets You Reproduce Pretty Much AnythingChinese Art Counterfeiters Make Art Imitating Their LivesA Mercedes S-500 Drove 64 Miles Without Help From A HumanSongza Raises $4.7 Million From Amazon, Scooter Braun, Troy CarterWalmart Offering Up To $300 Credit For Your Old SmartphoneInfographic: The World’s 10 Vainest SkyscrapersShane Salerno’s Nine-Year Odyssey to Make “Salinger”Scientists Are Working On A Test To Find Depression In Your BloodNow You Can Embed Google+ UpdatesMiss Large Format Cameras? Now You Can 3-D Print OneAs Shipping Industry Looks To Lower Emissions, It’s Turning To The Past: SailboatsGoogle Wants To Power The Online Learning Revolution With MOOC.orgAn Online Game About Abortion Gets Players Making Tough ChoicesSamsung’s New Vacuum Cleaner Looks A Lot Like Dyson’s… And Dyson NoticedThe People Behind Swype Look To Transform The iPad KeyboardBlackBerry Ditching Dozens Of Its U.S. StaffThis App Will Get You Moving 30 Minutes A Day–No ExcusesAn Oral History Of Apple Design: 2013Is The Future Of Data Centers In Space?Sound Search, Vignettes, and YouTube: Google Glass Gets An Update8 Easy Steps To Help You Create Your Own Pop-Up StoreAn MIT Professor’s Secret For Bringing User-Centric Design To The Developing WorldStriking Photos Show The Ghosts Of New York City’s Seedy UnderbellyWorkHands Is A LinkedIn For Blue Collar JobsApple’s Key To Innovation: Iterations, Not Just BreakthroughsThe 10 Happiest Countries In The World, And Why We’re Not One Of ThemPayPal Wants To Change In-Store Shopping With “Beacon”3 Pillars Of A Successful Nonprofit StrategyIn Its Biggest Acquisition To Date, Twitter Buys Mobile Advertising Startup MoPubHow Texting Turns Us Into LiarsAn Oral History Of Apple Design: 1992–2013Creating Slack: The Quick Scheduling Trick To Make Your Week Most ProductiveA Definitive Guide To Making Better (And Better Informed) DecisionsDid You Learn More Lasting Career Lessons In School Or At The Office?How Albert Einstein, Steve Jobs, And Maria Popova Got More CreativeAre You A Planner Or Spontaneous? When And Where Each Personality Type Thrives At WorkMore Evidence Of An iPhone Fingerprint SensorWill Microsoft Finally End Its Horribly Named Products?UPS Worldwide Express FreightUPS Worldwide Express FreightThis Note-Taking System Turns You Into An Efficiency ExpertA Year of AchievementThe iPhone 5S Could Have Your Biometric Data. Don’t PanicA Battle Over IPhone Market Share Is About To CommenceThis Clever Piece Of Plastic Transforms Any Glass Into A VaseCome Clean: Would You Share Your Washer With A Stranger?Your Guide To Interacting With An IntrovertArcade Fire’s Latest Interactive Video Asks You To Direct Its Visual Effects–And Take A SelfieApple’s Untold History Reveals Why The iPhone 5C Will Be In ColorYahoo Tries To Reinvent The Art Of Channel Surfing With A Mobile Video AppRumor Patrol: What Apple May Reveal About iPhones, iPads And MoreMeet Coast, An IPad Browser Without A Back Button, URL Field, Or TabsSocial Storytelling Platform Storify Acquired By LivefyreInfographic: The Periodic Table Of Alcohol Is The Ultimate Cocktail PrimerEero Saarinen’s TWA Terminal To Become A Luxury HotelEero Saarinen’s TWA Terminal To Become A Luxury HotelGoogle’s New, Flatter Logo Has Been 14 Years In The MakingGoogle’s New, Flatter Logo Has Been 14 Years In The MakingGrand Theft Auto Is The Bigge$t Entertainment Franchise EverThe Cofounder Of Kayak Is An Entrepreneur So He Can Give More Money AwayGoogle, Facebook, Yahoo File Petitions Calling For Greater U.S. Government TransparencyShould PayPal Acquire Venmo?Brazilian Designers Merge Sound Files And 3-D Printers To Create … ThisThe Internet’s Favorite Pet Puts Paw-Prints On The Art World With “Meow Brow”A Scholarship To Fight Internet CensorshipTrident Ad Debuted On Vine Is Headed For TV–And It’s Got CompanyYour Business Isn’t About You–It’s About Your CustomerMusic Continues To Follow The Sound Of DevelopersThe Largest Urban Orchard In North America Is Now Open For BusinessGeneral Assembly Goes To D.C.Why The NBA Is Using Cameras To Track Its Players’ Every MoveOrlando’s Newest Tourist Bonus: Electric CarsStudy Suggests E-Cigarettes Can Help You (Temporarily) Quit SmokingDunkin’ Donuts Is Debuting The First TV Ad Made Entirely On VineHow To Set Up Twitter As Your News ReaderNo, Amazon Is Not Launching A Free SmartphoneNissan’s Smartwatch Connects To Cars. What Does This Mean For The Future Of Driving?At Volkswagen, Robots Are Coming Out Of Their CagesWill Your Frozen Dinner Be Kept Cool By Hydrogen?Brazilian Designers Merge Sound Files And 3-D Printers To Create Real Time-Distorted “Noize Chairs”The Largest Federal Wind Farm Will Power The Dismantling Of Nuclear WeaponsFacebook Takes Aim At Twitter’s News Dominance With Real-Time Data FeedHow Women Experience Street Harassment Differently Around The CountryAn X Prize To Save Oceans From Deadly AcidificationYour Boss Isn’t A Jerk, She’s Just “Self-Anchoring”An Art Project Shines A Light On The Things You Don’t (But Should) Know About The Clitoris20 Years Later, CEO Finds The Sunny Side Of James Franco Egging His HouseWhat Do Butt-Head And Daria Wear To New York Fashion Week?Xbox Music App Hits iOS And AndroidHow One Industrious Undergrad Tweeted, Photoshopped, And Hustled Her Way Into Her Dream Internship50 Creative Ideas To Make Better Cities, Presented On Gorgeously Designed PostersNSA Can Hack Into All SmartphonesHow To Create A Productive, Collaborative “Office” For Your Always-Connected StaffSony’s New PS Vita TV Rivals Apple’s TVAn Oral History Of Apple Design: 2010I Left Google And Lived To Happily Tell About ItAn Oral History Of Apple Design: 2010How High Can Fab Climb?Why Good Parents Are The Ultimate DesignersZen And The Art Of Constructive ConversationsWhy Being Poor Leads To Bad Decisions13 Invaluable Tips For Writing LinkedIn Messages That Will Attract The Perfect Job Candidates5 Phrases You Should Never Use In An EmailAds Are Coming To InstagramLast House Standing: A Photog Captures The Lonely Signs Of Gentrification10 Most Popular Stories Of The Week: The NFL Goes To Westeros, How To Not Be Boring, And MoreWeekend Reading: An Oral History Of AppleA Couple Of Capitalists Trying To Capitalize On The New iPhone FrenzyY Combinator Opens Up Applications For NonprofitsResurrect Your Walkman for Cassette Store Day?Resurrect Your Walkman for Cassette Store Day?Do Striking Walmart Workers Have the Power to Make Shareholders Divest?10 Of The Smartest People On Twitter This WeekIn The First Half Of 2013, The U.S. Made 12,444 Data Requests From YahooThe Recommender: Gabe Stein, The Nerd In The Back With The PalmPilotNASA Returns To The Moon To Solve Decades-Old Moon Dust MysteryHey Japan, What’s Up With Your Startup Culture?Nuremberg Pledges $90 Million To Save Nazi Rally Grounds, But Not Fully Restore ItIf Approved, Drone Hunting Is Going To Be A Very Popular SportA Dead-Simple App For Drawing Cartoon GIFsNow Anyone Can Try Quantum Computing With QcloudThe Art Of Scaring Children: A Tokyo Museum Turns Haunted HouseA Breathalyzer Designed For The Post-Apple AgeGoDaddy Shifts From Sleaze To … Jean-Claude Van DammeWith Virgin Galactic’s Spaceship Test, Commercial Space Travel Just Got Closer To RealityDan Savage’s New Video Project Has Straight Christians Denouncing Anti-Gay BigotryWatch Elon Musk Design A Rocket Engine Like Tony StarkThis Mind-Reading Headset Gives You The Power Of The ForceGoogle’s London Campus Will Have A Running Track And Rooftop PoolAdvertisers Are Wary Of Facebook’s Video Ads, TooTo Preserve Digital Design, The Smithsonian Begins Collecting AppsBMW’s Cure For Electric Car Range Anxiety: A Rental SUVNever Get Fooled By A Fake Tweet Again, With This New TechnologyE.U. 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This Website Shows You What You’re (Inadvertently) SharingPanasonic Pulling Out Of Consumer Smartphone BusinessYes, Kim Dotcom Is Starting A Political PartyFind That 7-Year-Old Tweet With Topsy’s Free Search Engine10 Of The Corniest Products On Fab.Com: Blood Sausage Pillows, Christ Kites, And MoreCan Advertising Bring Back The Rust Belt?In Tokyo Taxicabs, An Alarm That Goes Off When You Leave Something BehindBetting On Yahoo’s New Logo? 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You Could Fit The Entire Human Race In New ZealandIs Your To-Do List Really About What You Intend To Do?How To Collaborate With Your 4-Year-Old: A Mother/Daughter Art ExperimentMicrosoft And Nokia: The Reaction, The Fine Print, The Analysis–And Edwin MosesLights, Camera, Action: New Apple TV Rumored For Next WeekCan Soy Lattes Really Change Lives? An Entrepreneurial Priest Says YesDon’t Be Boring: How To Write A Cover Letter That Can Get You The Job10 Paradoxical Traits Of Creative PeopleFrom OM To OMG: Science, Your Brain, And The Productive Powers Of MeditationGeorgia Tech Launches Its Own Crowdfunding Site For Science ResearchHow To Read Way More Books (And, Thus, Know Way More Stuff)