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Twitter accused of misleading shareholders about user growth projections in lawsuitApple Japan subsidiary hit with $118M tax penaltyFox says Netflix is poaching its employeesHow many people streamed the Jets-Bills game on Twitter? The NFL gives a hype-free countFormer Googlers launch self-driving car startupWho Is Edward Snowden? This Screenwriter Wants To Show You.The Emmy Awards red carpet keeps rolling out for white dudesNASA’s New Artist Has An Amazing Climate Change TattooUber might owe you money for stiffing its drivers on tipsWith Hololens, Microsoft Is Learning From Google Glass’s FailureSatellite Images Of Data Centers And Military Bases Become Lenticular Works Of ArtThis Simple, Elegant Faucet Attachment Helps You Use 98% Less WaterAs A Lifelong Football Fan, I Was Pleasantly Surprised By Last Night’s #TNFSkyway to hell: Can we really handle 2,000 new drones every day?We Need To Talk About The New Teva x UGG CollaborationA Vicious Skewering Of Apple’s AirPods, Courtesy Of ConanDiddy Reflects On A Lifetime Of Hustling To Inspire You . . . To Drink CirocThe Beatles’ crowdsourced documentary arrives in theaters today (and on Hulu tomorrow)Water-Starved Los Angeles Says No To Grass–And To Synthetic TurfDavid Beckham And Kevin Hart Reunite For A Road Trip In New H&M SpotThe Turducken of Terror: “American Horror Story: Roanoke” Gambles On New FormatMy Parents’ Review of Twitter’s NFL BroadcastDesigning The Best Monster In Sci-Fi HistoryWith Litterless Lunches, Canadian Schools Try To Get Parents To Pack Zero-Waste MealsNatalie Portman On Why “A Tale Of Love And Darkness” Had To Be Her Directorial DebutTake A Virtual Reality Tour Of South Africa’s Fight Against AIDS (Bill Gates Is Coming, Too)Jessica Alba talks Honest Company sale with UnileverWNBA MVP Elena Delle Donne Gets Personal In Striking New Gatorade AdIce T Sells Lemonade, Ikea Gets Divorce: The Top 5 Ads Of The WeekNo Joke: A Basketball Jersey That Will Break Your HeartMorning intel: Get a new iPhone today (especially if you’re a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 owner)From Vimeo To HBO: How The Creators Of “High Maintenance” Stepped Up Their GameThis Gallery Is Selling Vintage NASA Photos Like High ArtHow Do You Even Begin To Make A Film Like “Snowden”?See All The Places In America That Smashed Heat Records This SummerSamsung has issued a video apology over the exploding Galaxy Note 7People are lining up for the iPhone 7 all around the worldCan A Lightbulb Make You More Beautiful? This Company Thinks SoHow Pastels Became A Cultural ObsessionThis Climate Change Memorial Will Slowly Disappear As Sea Levels RisesCan Syria’s Refugee College Students And Professors Reboot Their Classrooms In Chaos?Elon Musk says Tesla’s new Autopilot system could roll out on WednesdayIt’s now safe for T-Mobile customers to install iOS 10This Designer Wants Your Help Creating The Bike Furniture Of The FutureTesla is building an 80MWh power storage facility to supply 2,500 L.A. homes with powerTwitter scores a touchdown with its first Thursday Night Football gameHow Music Can Make Your Office More (Or Less) ProductiveDo You Have A F*cking Problem With Swearing At Work?You Can Hire Great Interns Even If You’re A SolopreneurFrom Ultra-Marathons To Landing Great Side Gigs: This Week’s Top Leadership StoriesI Made Three Big Career Changes In A Row–Here’s What I Learned Each TimeA New Company Aims To Edge In On WeWork With A Totally New Business ModelNewly Renovated, Bergdorf Goodman Courts The Ladies Who Instagram7 Surprising Facts About Creativity, According To ScienceGet a big kiss from Donald Trump and other bizarre things with these cartoon political emojisPerception Institute launches study about implicit bias against black women with natural hairApple stock hits 9-month high on strong iPhone 7 pre-order demandIf you miss Gawker, this parody site is the next best thingThese Vintage-Style Travel Posters Show The Extinct Species Tourists Are MissingSamsung battery debacle is now an official recallDo You Have The Stomach To Watch The Trailer For Morgan Spurlock’s “Rats” Doc?T-Mobile to customers: Don’t install iOS 10!SpaceX wants to resume flight in November, but industry experts question if this is possibleReport: U.S. product safety regulator plans recall of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phonesZeekit app allows consumers to virtually try on clothesOur First Look At Tom Ford’s “Nocturnal Animals” Proves To Have Been Worth The WaitiPhone 7 buyers go big: Plus model is top choiceWhat Happens When You Let A Neural Net “Curate” ArtIBM’s Watson Health gets a new customer: FinlandThis hit VR game is the first to make $1M a monthComcast took less than a month to start slashing jobs at DreamWorksTumblr updates Explore tab to capitalize on its position as a birthplace of memesSony plans film/TV-related content for PlayStation VRHolland’s Drone-Busting Eagles Are So Successful, They’re Training Eagle BabiesThe Path To Clean Energy Requires An Energy-Storage RevolutionCan’t Dance? This App Turns You Into A Move-Busting 3D ModelJay Z Explains The Failed War On Drugs In Beautiful Animated Video“Moana” Suggests Disney Animation’s Hot Streak Isn’t Cooling OffBjarke Ingels Group Turned Its Website Into An Arcade Game You Can Actually Play23andMe’s Newest Health Research Partner: The State Of NevadaHow one woman faked her death to escape student loan debtConan Uses Those Classic iPod Ads To Mock AirPodsThe Long Road From Kickstarter Blockbuster To Retail RealityIt’s not just Zuck: FBI director also recommends putting tape over the webcam on your computerIt Might Take Longer Than You Think For The Future Of Banking To ArriveHow To Make A Million Dollars In VR: Release An Expensive GameDoctors Without Borders Wants You To Know Exactly Where Your Donation Dollars GoCole Haan Highlights American Shoemaking With Its New CollectionBlockchain company Ripple raises $55M to usher in the future of bankingMorning intel: Hillary Clinton back on campaign trail, Pandora upgrades $5 paid tier with Pandora PlusPandora unveils a new $5 ad-free service, but it’s not quite a Spotify competitorBehind The Ad: Why Under Armour Embraced The Darkness With Cam NewtonBehind The Ad: Why Under Armour Embraced The Darkness With Cam NewtonThe New Goonies: The Filmmakers Behind “Kicks” On The Harsh Reality Of Coming Of AgeA High-Tech Engagement Ring Grown In A Lab (For A Bioengineer, Of Course)Check Out The New York Public Library’s Beautifully Restored Reading RoomSay Yes To The 3D-Printed WeddingWhy Your Personal Trials Are Actually a BlessingThis Algorithmically Designed Worm Bin Lets You Compost On Your CountertopNations Have Been Terrible At Welcoming Refugees. Should Cities Take Over?Facebook Live video is coming to desktopsFacebook censored a live stream by Dakota pipeline protestersCan A Drive-Thru Salad Bar Change Fast Food Forever?How Europe’s Influx Of Refugees Is Inspiring Creative, Affordable Housing For EveryoneApple says it is not buying TidalApple says all iPhone 7 Plus models are already sold outHow Silicon Valley’s Talent Wars Are Killing Its NonprofitsHow To Plan A Corporate Retreat That Doesn’t Suck (The Life Out Of Your Team)Three Simple Rules For Answering The Toughest Interview Questions3 Counterintuitive Steps To Rescue Your Dreaded Weekly MeetingsHow You Justify Sticking With Bad Work Habits (And How To Stop)I Turned A Two-Week Side Gig Into A Successful StartupHow Husband-Wife Designers Sachin & Babi Are Reinventing Evening WearHigh-End Shopping In The Sharing Economy: Now We Can All Have CoutureVan Jones And Jamie Wong Use VR To Tell The Story Of The Prison SystemThe Cities Of The Future Will Be Great If We Figure Out How To Make Them AffordableOne third of Americans still bafflingly trust the mediaGannett slashes newsroom jobs at New Jersey newspapersAdBlock Plus’s plan to sell “acceptable” ads goes down in flamesShinola launches a brand new… hotelUrban Design 101: If You Put Web Browsers In Old Pay Phones, People Will Watch PornSo far, about 10,000 have signed a petition to get Obama to pardon SnowdenThe iPhone 7 Plus’s Dual-Lens Camera, Tested By An Award-Winning PhotojournalistKids clothes startup goes gender-neutralMilla Jovovich Makes Directorial Debut With New Sohn VideoThe World’s Road Networks, Visualized As Beautiful Flowing FractalsSurprise! Industry events still haven’t fixed tech’s diversity problemsOculus wants you to know how much better you’re doing than your friendsThis Self-Driving Car Smiles At Pedestrians To Let Them Know It’s Safe To CrossElection results will (probably) be safe from hackersYou Won’t Believe How Much Effort Can Be Spent Photographing A CheeseburgerHow Machine Learning Can Speed The Spread Of Solar-Powered HomesThis Innovative Engagement Ring Was Made With A 3D PrinterDonald Trump is (clinically) obese, based on his BMINFL Star Larry Fitzgerald Fulfills A Promise To His Mom With University of PhoenixVR advertising is coming, don’t bump your head on the adsRiding in Uber’s self-driving car is pretty boringIt’s About Time There Was A Thriller About Gun Control LegislationCalifornians Worry About Poverty, But Disagree About What To Do About ItNYC’s Next Park Will Feature This Giant Climbable LabyrinthWatch Bacteria Evolving Real-Time Resistance To Ever-More-Deadly AntibioticsS&P: Yes, a higher minimum wage would help the economyTrump slams Apple again for making iPhones overseasSpotify now has 40 million paying subscribersThis Short Film On NYC Buskers Turns Into A Surprise Thank-You From JetBlueWhat Happens When An Iconic Print Designer Experiments In 3DShe Found Her Biological Father On Ancestry And 23andMeGame of Thrones’ Maisie Williams Shreds Beauty Vloggers In Spoof For U.K. TelcoTo grow the number of women in tech, you need to promote the ones you haveThese Metamaterials Act Like MachinesThe biggest benefits system for gig workers is still tinySquare looks to reel in businesses with new “Brassys” competitionWhy This Silicon Valley High School Let Students Design Its New CampusGoldieBlox and GoFundMe are partnering to bring educational STEM toys to schoolsThere’s Still Hope For Email—But You’ll Have To Pay For ItMorning intel: Bayer acquires Monsanto for $66 billion, Tidal loses $28 millionA Test Drive Through Death Valley? Audi And Airbnb Are Going To Make It HappenWatch How Quickly Bacteria Becomes Resistant To DrugsA Guide To Every Doc Mocked In Bill Hader & Fred Armisen’s “Documentary Now!” Season 2By 2050, There Will Be Double The Number Of People Over 50Two Designers Parody Meaningless Business JargonThere’s Massive Food Insecurity In The U.S.–A Living Wage Could Fix A Lot Of ItBlack Lives Matter, The BrandWhat U.S. Cities Would Look Like With Chinese SmogDutch police are now using eagles to take down dronesThe Radical Plan For A Global Identity System For A World With Shifting BordersHasbro, Mattel, and others settle with New York for tracking children onlineHere’s why Edward Snowden says Obama should pardon himPittsburgh Uber users can hail a self-driving ride from todayCheck out Apple’s creepy iPhone 7 adRefugees Wanted: Meet The Companies Creating Jobs For The DisplacedWant To Double Your Salary? Of Course You Do—Try ThisThis internet-connected vibrator allegedly sends information about your sessions back to makersThis CEO’s Secret To Work-Life Balance? Ultra-MarathonsFive Ways The Most Effective Leaders Manage Their EmotionsHow Harnessing Your Insecurities Can Boost Your CareerThe Three Types Of Relationship Every Creative Person Needs3 Brain Hacks To Boost Your Motivation When You Need It MostThis Unofficial Holiday Might Land You A Legit Job–Through Your SmartphoneEverything You Need To Know About Mark Zuckerberg In A MinuteWill Trump’s child care plan really serve working families?In the digital age, the day planner lives onRussian hackers publish sensitive medical data of famous athletesEgg-freezing alternative? This startup wants companies to help employees through pregnancyThe new iMessage makes sending cash to your friends even easierAlibaba just bought a biometrics startup that scans people’s eyeballs“Hamilton” And StubHub Duel Over Ticket BotsWhy Clinton’s Promise To Provide High-Speed Internet To All Americans Is So NecessaryJeff Bridges And Tom Brady Are A Buddy Comedy Duo In A New UGG CampaignA Hard Look At ClassPass, Highlights Problems For Activity SubscriptionsApple’s New “Learn To Code” App Is For Kids—And Maybe Their Parents, TooThe iOS 10 update is breaking some people’s iPhonesBay Area hospitals: Just say “no” to Pokémon GoPassive-Aggressively Protest Your Open Office With These Portable Room DividersGenius now lets you drop lyrics right into iMessage on iOS 10After 11 years, YouTube is going beyond videoJoe Ripp is finally outta TimeA 15-year-old Saudi Arabian girl is proposing a hijab emojiAt 10 billion check-ins, Foursquare revamps its apps to reel users backBuilding A Time Capsule For The Digital AgeYouTube Is Building Community–And It’s Not Just About VideoHere’s Why You Can’t Hum A Single Tune From A Marvel MovieThe Ford Foundation Has A Privilege Problem–Here’s How It’s Trying to Fix ItWarming Hearts And Kicking Asses: The Vast Range Of Margo Martindale“Fifty Shades Darker” Debuts Miguel’s Cover Of “Crazy In Love,” Lots Of SexThe Sole Of This Sneaker Is Made From Recycled CO2David Ortiz Takes His Jerky Everywhere With This Insane Snack DroneSocial Satire And Fashion Collide In Carrie Brownstein’s Directorial Debut For KenzoWho Is Generation Z, Anyway? And Why Should We Care?An Invisibility Cloak For Distracting GadgetsFewer People Are Going Hungry In The U.S., But There’s Still Way Too ManyA Map Of Public Transit All Across AmericaPandora inches closer to Spotify-style subscriptions with label dealsThe Most Convincing Argument Against Parametric Design YetGoodbye, Sweaty, Wrinkly Silk Blouses: Ministry Launches WomenswearApple’s kid-friendly “learn to code” app is more than meets the eyeOne Designer’s Quest To Eliminate E-Waste, Starting With Your Old Hi-FiThe Goop-est Thing About Gwyneth Paltrow’s New Clothing Line Isn’t The ClothesPrabal Gurung launches an activewear lineMorning intel: iOS 10 is out today, Twitter is making tweets longer next weekAdblock Plus Is Going To Start Brokering Online Ad SalesHow Neural Networks Could Teach Computers To Talk Like HumansEXCLUSIVE: Dangerously Close To The Automotive Madness Of Ken Block’s Gymkhana NineApple’s iMessage App Store goes live ahead of iOS 10 launch later todayCopenhagen Has A New Indoor Playground For AdultsThe Most Popular Color On The WebHP is buying Samsung’s printer business for $1 billionGuy Ritchie Directs Jose Mourinho In Epic Champions League Ad For HeinekenTrump On Superbugs, Vaccines, And Opioids: A Truly Scary Mess Of ContradictionsHow To Make It As A Refugee In AmericaResearchers create way to scan books without even opening their coversThe Science Behind Inspiring More Support For Refugees8 Ways To Put Anyone At EaseAndroid users must delete Google Maps and Google Play if they don’t want their locations trackedChevy Bolt is more efficient than a Tesla, going 238 miles on a single chargeAre Corporate Expense Policies Biased Against Women?Tech Founders Still Don’t Believe Diversity Can Boost The Bottom LineThese Three Bad Habits Are Killing Your Meetings6 Common Thank-You Note Mistakes That Hiring Managers HateHere’s What It Takes For Your Company’s Culture To Survive An AcquisitionYour Complete Guide To Moving Abroad To Work For YourselfWallpapers Gone Wild: Innovative Startups Have Made The ’70s Decor Staple Cool AgainHow YouTube Is Fixing Its Most Controversial FeatureJack Dorsey On The New Twitter: “We’re Not A Social Network As People Think About It”Making the LeapReport: Twitter will relax 140-character limit starting Sept. 19Why it’s a nightmare for anyone to access their medical record, even would-be presidentsDon’t bother suing YelpVirgin Galactic lands a gig launching satellitesThe Real Reasons The iPhone 7 Ended Up With An Intel Chip InsideMust-watch: Deleted scenes from “Silicon Valley” just releasedDon’t miss Fast Company’s refugee-focused series this weekMark Zuckerberg bets millions more on personalized learningMichel Gondry Made A Surprise Home Video For The White Stripes’ “City Lights”Bandier would like us to retire the word “athleisure”Netflix to FCC: data caps serve no legitimate purposeMVMT, the millennial alternative to overpriced luxury watches, launches sunglassesFacebook’s Sheryl Sandberg regrets deletion of “napalm girl” photo: “We don’t always get it right”VR and AR are starved for content, says new surveyToyota Gets Viewers Creatively Involved In “The Impossible Quest” VR ExperienceThe least insane tweets about Hillary Clinton’s healthEnormous Art Projects Are Transforming The Future Of CitiesSqueezable Measuring Spoons Make Baking A CinchAn Unsettling Amount Of Fish Is MislabeledOslo Is Using A Safe-Street Design App That Crowdsources Ideas From KidsGoogle’s new app lets you take, share VR photos with your phoneTwitter partners with Cheddar to livestream news dailyVR heavyweight Jaunt names ex-Hearst, NBC exec as CEOInstagram now lets you automatically filter out hater commentsIs it legal to collect DNA from someone without having charged them of a crime?“Don’t Tarnish The Star”: How To Manage The Most Valuable Sports Brand In The WorldHow One College Student Got 3,000 Strangers To Venmo Him Beer MoneyThis Beautiful Terrazzo Is Actually Made Out Of Ocean PlasticThe New Stand CEO Andrew Deitchman is Reinventing the Newsstand (Part 1)Andrew Deitchman on Living Your Passion as an Entrepreneur (Part 2)These are the most ridiculous features of Trump’s new ultra-luxury hotel in D.C.—”wine by the spoon”?WikiLeaks deleted a pretty disgusting tweet speculating about Hillary Clinton’s healthOne Photographer’s Cuba, Shot Over 60 Trips And 25 YearsSoundCloud desperately wants you to try its music subscription tierGwyneth Paltrow launches her fashion line, where one complete look only costs $1,500Five Years On, How Noisey Became Vice’s Flagship Music BrandThe most inspiring design of 2016Rebecca Minkoff took “see now, buy now” to a whole new level this yearDe La Soul Is Not Dead: How They Stayed Innovative On Their First Album In 12 YearsMorning intel: Clinton treated for pneumonia, Samsung stock down 7%Report: Hillary Clinton talks like a manAlphabet’s Verily Is Getting Deeper Into Diabetes ManagementTesla will launch major new Autopilot upgrade in the next two weeksHow To Make The Sharing Economy More InclusiveThe Surprising 1960s Origins Of Hillary’s Official TypefaceThis Video Game Wants You To Experience Life On Chicago’s South SideStudio Gang’s Plan To Revitalize Rust Belt Cities? Use What’s Already TherePredicting The Break: How Nations Can Get Ahead Of The Next Refugee CrisisCreating A Refugee-Ready, Refugee-Friendly WorldThese are some of the first photos taken with the iPhone 7 Plus’s dual-lens cameraThe Missing Voices In The Refugee Crisis Response: Refugees ThemselvesA Wearable Just For KidsNike’s Self-Tying Shoe Is Much More Than A GimmickThe Atlanta Falcons’s New Stadium Looks AmazingHow Kimbal Musk Is Laying The Groundwork For Healthier CommunitiesKimbal Musk Is Growing A Food Revolution In Memphis10 Gadget Flops We Can Learn FromHow Kanye, Alexa Chung, And Other Mavericks Are Changing Fashion ForeverWhy Twitter Still Hearts PeriscopeGame Time For Twitter: Jack Dorsey’s Big Bet On Live EventsHow Zocdoc’s “Zee” Avatar Makes Health Care More HumanVolvo’s Prototype Car Interior Reimagines The Driving ExperienceThis Company Sells Prefab Homes By World-Famous ArchitectsA Modular System That Lets You Create Your Own GadgetsAn App That Uses Data To Help Athletes Avoid InjuriesHow Spring Is Helping Businesses Improve The Lives Of Girls In Developing Countries“Lively” Beats “Trendy” And Other Things Airbnb Learned Redesigning Its AppWhat The First Mac’s Failure Teaches Us About VRGraava’s Action Camera Uses AI To Solve A Big Issue With GoProWhy Microsoft Research’s Underseas Servers Could Be The Future of DataHow Domino’s Is Using Technology To Drive Pizza SalesThis Lantern Is A Truly Bright IdeaTired Of Upgrading Your Phone? Fairphone Wants To HelpWhy Google Changed The Most Recognizable Logo On The WebThis Elegant Wheelchair Is A Better Way To RollHow David Adjaye Told The Story Of The African-American Experience–With A BuildingAnnouncing The Winners Of The 2016 Innovation By Design AwardsTo Win Over Women, Adidas Adds New ProductsHow AI Is Changing Human ResourcesHow Apple, Google, And Microsoft Are Taking On ClassroomsEd Tech: A Brief HistoryThe Recommender: What Execs From Argodesign, Zillow, and Coursera Are Loving NowBirchbox Cofounder Hayley Barna On New Ventures, Glamping, And Her Filthy FridgeHow Google Is Schooling Apple And Microsoft In The Battle For America’s ClassroomsUpdates From Our Most Innovative CompaniesDebating The Rules Of BrainstormingThe Secret Sauce Of Business SuccessLaverne Cox: “I Just Wanted To Get In The Room”Self-driving cars could hurt the insurance industry, driving down premiums by 40%How Women Leaders Emerge From Leaderless GroupsSinging Opera Helps This Media Mogul Find His Business VoiceThe Resilience Habit I Taught Thousands Of Army Drill SergeantsThree Reasons Why You’ll Probably Regret That Decision LaterThe Only 7 Steps You Need To Prepare For Your Next Job InterviewIn The Search For Alien Life, An All-Too-Human Communication FailureThe Decline Of Premium American Fashion Brands. What Happened, Ralph And Tommy?A Screenless Smartwatch That Teases An Alternative Future Of UIVenmo asks Americans to ‘pony up’ in new ad campaignWhat I Learned Working At The Pentagon In The Days After 9/11Yes, There Are Too Many TV Shows, But Don’t Blame It All On NetflixHow Google And Others Are Plotting The Revenge Of The Web AppHere’s A Guide To Deciphering Your Boss’s Vague InstructionsForget Blueprints—For The Young Architects Of Tomorrow, It’s All About “Minecraft”