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The Rise–Yes, Rise–Of RadioShackLet Gollum And Hodor Say “I Love You” With These Geektastic Pop Culture Valentine’s Day CardsTwitter Beats Fourth-Quarter Revenue Target, Falls Short On User GrowthAudi’s Take On “50 Shades Of Grey” Is, Unlike The Film, Intentionally FunnyToday in Tabs: Black Hawk ClownWhat You Should Know About A Widespread E-Commerce Tactic That Has The White House WorriedUber Cures Leprosy!Tinder Bans Gap Due To Unauthorized “Pants Party” AdsBehold The First Trailer For The “Poltergeist” Reboot, Which Will Make You Scared Of Your House AgainSamsung Crams High-End Features Into The Slim NX500 Mirrorless CameraFirefighting Is Now A Job For RobotsTwitter-Rant Alert: Bonobos Cofounder Andy Dunn Is Mad As Hell And He’s Not Going To Take Uber AnymoreAmy Pascal Stepping Down As Sony Pictures BossA Poet Jams With An Orchestra In A New Campaign Celebrating BlendsIBM Watson Is Giving Developers Five New AI Tools To Play WithGoogle Has A .How Domain Name It Wants To Sell YouCartier Brings Big Romance (And Rocks) To Valentine’s Day With “The Proposal”In Lieu Of Royalties, Music Apps Are Feeding Starving Musicians With DataThis “Better Call Saul” Digital Comic Book Re-Ups Your “Breaking Bad” SupplyClimate Changes Are Coming To The American HeartlandMoovit Crowdsources Public Transit Data, So You’ll Never Get Stuck Waiting For The Bus AgainNatalie Portman Is A Beautiful, Reluctant, Bride For Christian DiorThe Harry Potter Alliance Turns Fantasy Into ActionTwitter To Disenchanted Users, Investors: We’re ListeningNew Reuters App Offers Short News Videos Based On Your InterestsThis Package Rideshare App Pays To Use Your Empty TrunkBreathing Involves Exhaling Polar Bears In New Halls AdForget Treadmill Desks: This Device Lets You Surf In Place At Your Standing DeskWe Can Predict When People Are Going To Die From Their “DNA Clock”High There! An App For Potheads To Make Friends And Find Dates With Other PotheadsMillennials Want To Work At Organizations That Focus On Purpose, Not Just ProfitThis Prosthetics Startup Shows How Software is Eating the WorldGiving Tea The Blue Bottle TreatmentDrugs, Guns, And Selfies: Gangs On Social MediaMaking Talent: 4 Lessons from the Front Lines Of Digital EducationWhy Managers And Employees Have Wildly Different Ideas About Work-Life BalanceInside The Group Of 1 Million Moms Fighting For Workplace EqualityThe End Of “Bitchy”: Addressing Stereotypes Of Women At WorkThe Two Biggest Factors Freelancers Should Consider When Buying Health InsuranceLego’s History In 3 MinutesHow Harry Potter Fans Are Saving the WorldWhy Engagement Happens In Employees’ Hearts, Not Their Minds7 Ways To Dial Down Doubt And Crank Up CreativityWhen Companies Stop Excusing Bad BehaviorHow To Run Your Team Like A Startup, Even When You’ve GrownWhat Tomorrow’s Schools Can Learn From Lego Today4 Niche Entrepreneurs Who Won Big By Thinking Really SmallShout Factory’s New Streaming Service Celebrates The Stuff The Big Guys Don’t Care About“The Theory Of Everything Is Awesome,” And Other Awesome Mashed Oscars PostersYouTube Is Testing “Choose Your Own Camera Angle” VideosRoss Ulbricht, Founder Of Silk Road, Convicted On All ChargesToday in Tabs: You Down With Harper Lee? (Yeah You Know Me)Jenny Slate And Paul Dano Star In Gap’s New 12-Part Instagram MicroseriesFeeling Woozy? 23AndMe Releases First-Ever Genome-Wide Study Of Motion SicknessA High Number Of California Child-Care Centers Have Low Vaccination RatesNewcastle Is Already Getting Ready For Super Bowl 2016Alibaba Begins Drone Delivery Test Program In ChinaWatch This Year’s Super Bowl Ads Recreated In LegoWant To Use Social Media In China? You’ll Need To Use Your Real NameBreezometer Will Tell You The Air Quality On Your Street Before You Leave The HouseRemixed “50 Shades Of Grey” Posters Show Abuse, Not RomanceCoke Tweets Inspirational Hitler Art, Isn’t Actually That Into “Mein Kampf”Watch The Trailer For Marvel And Netflix’s ‘Daredevil’ SeriesTaxis Unite: Denver Taxi Drivers Are Forming Their Own CooperativesIt’s World Cancer Day: Here’s A (Non)Harebrained Way To CelebrateHere’s What Apple’s New Streaming Music Service Could Look LikeMagic Mike Wants You To Ride His Pony Again In The First Trailer For His XXL SequelPope Francis To Speak With Special Needs Children Via Google HangoutiPhones Outsell Android In U.S. For First Time Since 2012Fitbit Enlists Joel McHale To Help Feed Hungry AmericansAwwww. Goth Dude Falls For Preppy Girl In This Sweet Flower-Delivery AdStrongest Internet Rules Ever Proposed: FCC Chairman Tells ISPs They Are Public UtilitiesMicrosoft’s New Wireless Charger Is A Thing Of BeautyY Combinator Breaks Through the Grass Ceiling“All Men Must Dine” Game OF Thrones Pop-Up Restaurant To Open In LondonApple Could Challenge Google In These Two Key TechnologiesDrink Up: The Newest Craft Beers May Be Made With WastewaterThese 3-D Printed Bricks Cool Rooms Without Air ConditioningIn A New Marketing World, The Product Is The MessageWith The Freezeway, Commuters Could Skate To WorkCredit For Actually Learning–Not Time In Class–Is Shaking Up Higher EducationCould You Graduate From Harvard With Just A Windup Computer?Never Rent An Ugly Tux Again: These Startups Want To Disrupt Men’s WearhouseCreative Advice From Marina Abramovic, Olafur Eliasson, Miranda July, And Other Artists From “Akademie X”Be The James Bond Of Your Office, In Menswear Inspired By British SpiesHow To Turn Reinventing Yourself Into a Daily HabitWhat Really Matters To Potential EmployeesSlack’s Founder On How They Became a $1 Billion Company In Two YearsWhen Giving Up The Lead Is The Best Leadership DecisionWhy The Few Women Venture Capitalists Often Give UpAsk The Experts: I Think I’m Being Discriminated Against For Having A BabyYou’ve Seen “Boyhood”–Now It’s Time For The Must-Watch “Girlhood”What The Future Of Gamification In The Workplace Looks LikeHow Your Board’s Personality Dictates Your Gender DiversityThis Gleefully Gross Twist On ’90s Ads Seems To Have Been Made By Too Many CooksSpotify Has Predicted The Grammy Winners Via An AlgorithmFormer Groupon CEO Andrew Mason’s Next Move? Audio ToursOpen For Business: Beyonce’s Vegan Meal Delivery ServiceTED Announces This Year’s LineupThis Simple Gadget Could Help Your Fruit Last Three Times LongerThis Interactive Tool Shows You What Media Outlets Are Tracking YouHTC’s New Rap Video Will Meet Your ExpectationsHow Much Sleep Should You Get? New Guidelines Break It Down By AgeFor 3-D Modeling, Startups Say The Pen Is Mightier Than The PrinterLots of Time On Your Hands? Amazon Will Help You Digitize Your Paper Books At HomeCheck Out This Perfect Fan-Made Pixel Art Version Of The Simpsons Opening Sequence And Couch GagThis American Sneaker: Nike Created A Podcast For Kobe Bryant To Explain His New ShoeInvestigation Finds That Herbal Supplements Sold At Several Major Retailers Are Almost Totally FakeJob Vacancies Offer A Peek Inside The Future of Apple’s Partnership With IBMU.K. May Make It Legal To Genetically Engineer ChildrenWatch A Supercut Of Oscar-Nominated FilmsPromoted Tweets To Appear On Flipboard And Yahoo JapanSamsung Hires Former Google Exec To Lead Its Internet Of Things Developer ChargeAmazon May Scoop Up RadioShack StoresFAA Takes First Steps To Open The Moon For BusinessThese Spanish Streetlights Are Powered Entirely By Renewable EnergyObama’s Data Collection Tweaks Disappoint Privacy Advocates. AgainThat Collaboration Between Rihanna, Kanye, and Paul McCartney Now Has a VideoWith New Smart Home Appliances, Samsung Doubles Down On Internet Of ThingsWant To Improve User Experience? Try Writing A Fairy TaleGoogle-Uber Spat Exposes Uber’s Achilles HeelNow On Sale: The First AA Batteries Made Out Of Old BatteriesGoogle’s Secret Weapon In The Battle For The Internet Of Things: AcademiaThis Sleek Electric Bike Runs On Solar Power, So You Never Need To Plug It InAdidas Gets Ready For Kanye Collaboration With New Sneaker Reservation AppEero Could Do For Wi-Fi What Nest Did For ThermostatsThe Sharing Economy Goes Next-LevelIn A Bid To Entice Tastemakers, SodaStream Gets A New Look And Gourmet FlavorsIs The iPad Dead?4 Things You Probably Know About Poverty That Bill and Melinda Gates Don’tStreet Artists Compete For Bragging Rights And Cash In A New Reality Show Hosted By BUAUltimate Frisbee Makes An Indian Filmmaker’s Sundance Dreams Come TrueHow Inspirational Leaders CommunicateWhy I’m Glad I Never Had A Mentor10 Smart Questions That Make An Informational Interview Valuable3 Company Culture Rules That Will Save Your Startup From ImplosionThe Hidden Mental Costs Of UnemploymentHopefully The Last Article About Millennials You’ll Ever Read4 Reasons You Should Consider This Alternative Office DesignHow You Really Sound While Flirting With Your Office Crush6 Mistakes You’re Probably Making When Scheduling MeetingsFrom Shazam To Snapchat To Live GIF-ing, Here’s How The Grammy Awards Stay Big, 57 Years LaterWhy Are Construction Workers The Happiest Employees?One Of The World’s Top Aging Researchers Has A Pill To Keep You Feeling YoungTo Grasp Apple’s Success In China, Watch Its Derivative New AdWhy Resumes Are WorthlessApple Stores Are Reportedly Installing Custom Safes To House Apple WatchesMore Like Dude-ipedia: Study Shows Wikipedia’s Sexist BiasNeed Blood? This App Could HelpDish Network Is Taking A $3 Billion Government Rebate Intended For Small BusinessesRedditcoin Is Abandoned, Just 4 Months After Being AnnouncedToday in Tabs: When Will They Invent a Vaccine for Tabs?Google Grants $775,000 To Code2040, A Nonprofit Fostering Diversity In Tech[TEST, NFP] Why Super Bowl Ads Are $4 Million A PopMadison, Wisconsin, Is Investing $5 Million In Worker CooperativesFaux Femme Fatales Hacked Syrian Rebels Via SkypeFCC Decision Could Spur The Spread of Municipal BroadbandThe Pirate Bay Is Back, But Music Downloads Are NotMars Celebrates Life’s Wins With A Pan Flute-Playing DogAndroid Users Discover Voice Calling Feature In WhatsApp UpdateThe New Poster For “The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water” Is 50 Shades Of YellowYouTube Stars Butt Heads With Nintendo Over Video Ad RevenueApple Announces First Store In QueensMicrosoft Is Bringing Windows 10 Support To Raspberry Pi 2Instapaper Apologizes For Dropping The F-Bomb In EmailAmazon Supplants College Bookstores With Next-Day Textbook DeliveryThe Spots That Raised Heart Rates: Grading The Super Bowl Ads Using BiometricsThese Are The Most Popular Ads Of The Super Bowl, According To TiVOCan A Brand-New Web Browser Survive In 2015? Gets Back To The Super Bowl (Sort Of) With This Timely TweetHow Many Slaves Made Your Stuff? It’s Now Easier For Companies To Discover The TruthPollution Kills Far More People Than Malaria Or Ebola In The Developing WorldMatching People Who Have 3-D Printers With Children Who Need Prosthetic HandsWhy Introverts Are The Best Networkers On TwitterThe 5 Best Ads From Super Bowl XLIXWork Is Bullshit: The Argument For “Antiwork”Solving L.A.’s Water Problems By Turning It Into A Giant SpongeRich People Are Less Sad–But They Aren’t Any Happier Than The Rest Of UsThe One Word That’s Undermining Everything Else You SayThe Advice I Give All First-Time Founders12 Steps To Curing Your Procrastination Addiction7 Key Habits For Building Better RelationshipsWe Found The Exact Music To Break Through Open-Office DistractionsLessons From The Leader Of “The Peace Corps For Geeks”Why Letting It Go Is The Leadership Trend Of The FutureSeven Habits Of Organized PeopleChelsea Handler And Sarah Silverman Use T-Mobile To Compare Mansions At The Super BowlTurboTax Re-Imagines The Boston Tea Party For The Super BowlSkittles Settles Things The Weird Way At The Super BowlAngry Liam Neeson Stars In Clash Of Clans’ Super Bowl AdLexus Goes Remote-Controlled For Its Second Super Bowl AdJeff Bridges Lulls You To Sleep In The Squarespace Super Bowl Ad“Breaking Bad” Star Aaron Paul Pushes Muffins, Donuts And Onion Rings In Weight Watchers Super Bowl SpotNationwide’s Child Safety Awareness Ad Was Supposed To Harsh Your Super Bowl BuzzNissan Obviously Wants Dads To Cry During The Super BowlCarnival’s Super Bowl Ad Taps JFK’s 1962 Ode To The OceanLindsay Lohan Is Mom Material For Esurance At The Super BowlWhy The Dancers In That Freaky Loctite Super Bowl Ad Are Wearing Fanny PacksFarewell To TUAW–And To A Whole Era Of Tech BloggingThe Quantified Player Comes To Super Bowl XLIX“Game Of Thrones” Season 5 Trailer Is Officially Online, If You Missed The Leaked VersionSnapchat’s First In-App Web Series Is Coming TomorrowGoogle Now Will Finally Pull In Data From Your Other AppsAT&T Places The Highest Bid In FCC’s Wireless Spectrum AuctionMcDonald’s Now Accepting Love And Affection As Payment For BurgersVine Launches New Video Service Aimed At KidsToday in Tabs: What Happened?Avocados From Mexico Take A Look At The First Draft Day EverThese “Brand Killer” Glasses Act Like Real-Life Ad BlockersBMW Fixes Vulnerability That Could Have Let Hackers Open CarsVerizon Says Customers Can Opt Out Of “Supercookie” TrackingCould A Peer-To-Peer Marketplace For Renewable Energy Be The Wave Of The Future?President Obama’s New Health Care Initiative Will Harness The Power Of Big DataThe New York Public Library Is Using Old Maps To Create A Time Machine Of The CityHotel Rooms Of Their Own: These 12 Writers Will Sleep At The Ace And Pen Letters To GuestsSee NYC Through The Lens Of A 17-Year-Old Stanley KubrickShake Shack’s Carefully Crafted Culture Drives High IPOWilliam Shatner Returns To Priceline For Some Super Bowl Pre-Game Action100 Real Dads, An Acclaimed Director, Lots Of Crying: Behind Toyota’s Tearjerking Dadvertising HitBuyer’s Guide: The Best On-Ear Headphones At Any PriceGoogle Must Make Its Privacy Policy More Transparent To U.K. UsersStartups Revolutionizing WorkJay-Z Buys Music Streaming Aspiro For $56 MillionNow Animals Are Helping Humans In Our Quest To Kill All The AnimalsRobots Learn To Cook Food By Watching YouTube VideosSarah Silverman, Chelsea Handler, And Rob Riggle Join T-Mobile’s Super Bowl Ad TeamNudge Concept App Hopes To Point Pre-Diabetics Toward A Healthier LifestyleHere’s What Happens When You Ask Smartphone Users To Read Their App Permissions Out LoudThis Car Politely Helps Drivers Avoid Killing Cyclists And PedestriansThe Recommender: Carly Migliori, The-Almost Professional Tap DancerInfographic: Are You The 1%?Meet Dr. Armpit, Changing Body Odor With BacteriaWhy An Apple Employee Created A Company To Help Him Lose WeightWomen In Tech: This Platform Will Match You To Peer Mentors, Tinder-StyleMophie Goes Biblical For Its First Super Bowl AdWhy This Entrepreneur Pays Her Own Mom To BabysitMountain Dew Is Telling A Real-Time Snapchat Story For The Super BowlTake The Fast Company News QuizBud’s Puppy Gets Lost, Snickers Goes Brady: The Top 5 Ads Of The WeekFree App Friday: 5 Painless Ways To Be More Productive At WorkEverything You Know About Passwords Is Wrong“Amira and Sam” Director Sean Mullin On Making A Rom-Com About A War Vet, An Iraqi Refugee, And A Broken, Racist SystemChanging Habits And Assessing Our Lives: January’s Top 10 Leadership Stories4 Office Culture Killers And How To Avoid ThemThe Hidden Career Benefits Of Being YourselfThe New Habit Challenge: Can A Digital Detox Make Room For Big Ideas?4 Unexpected Perks That Came From Rebranding Our CompanyThe Unwritten Rules Of Writing EmailsThe Case For Women On Boards7 Habits Of Highly Resilient PeopleThe Surprising And Powerful Links Between Posture and Mood