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Most mental health apps lack any scientific backingGoogle wants to turn your emails into mini appsThe iPhone should be banned from sale in U.S., says trade judgeLyft drivers go on strike for higher pay; Lyft answers with free debit cardsI can’t stop watching Pope Francis try to keep people from kissing his ringMcDonald’s is spending $300 million to be more like AmazonThese blood-type tattoos remind people that getting inked doesn’t mean you can’t give bloodIt’s time to break up AppleUnited Airlines accuses its own flight attendants of an elaborate scamMiserable at work? Do these 6 thingsThe founders of Salesforce and Udacity share advice on staying fresh at workThe country’s first regular commercial drone delivery is hereHow Uber’s new deal will help it take control of the Middle EastUs star Winston Duke needs to talk to you about masculinityChicago is getting a terrifying new architectural thrill rideThe Trump administration is going to court to scrap Obamacare entirelyWeWork reported nearly $2 billion in losses in 2018Meet the women making “personal flying machines” a realityThese are the best and worst airports for business travelersA first look at the hotly anticipated Ikea Sonos speakerRami Malek hopes his new podcast makes you throw away your iPhoneThe future of aviation? Even more automationWant more inclusive future workplaces? Encourage kids to have opposite-sex friendshipsWorld’s first all-female spacewalk canceled due to lack of spacesuits for womenFyre Festival’s lead designer talks about branding a scamNot so fast: Driverless cars will change everything–but not anytime soonHello Alfred’s personal assistants aren’t just for the wealthy anymoreMy parents moved to the U.S. for a better life, but I’m returning to Asia for job opportunitiesDigital money is here: Will it make us more free–or less?What is conspicuous conservation, and could it really help save the planet?How to pursue your dream when everyone says it won’t workSpotify adds to its podcasting portfolio by buying ParcastApple redesigned the credit card. Can it redesign debt?Read Uber’s CEO Dara Khosrowshahi’s email about the Careem acquisitionThese “Wear your meds” buttons tackle the stigma of taking mental illness drugs5 cord-cutting problems Apple TV Channels won’t solveApple felt like a totally different company todayWhite House sends note to TV producers: Don’t book these collusion accusersWhy companies must watch out for the instant gratification trapThe launch of Apple TV+ is star-studded but shrouded in mysteryBefore Tom’s of Maine could go zero waste, it had to figure out how to compost toothpastePuerto Rico just passed a bill to require 100% renewable electricity by 2050This short film about AI actors mocks our excitement about the next big thingDon’t cry, but milk sales plummeted by $1.1 billion last yearAsk yourself these 5 questions to boost your resilienceThis startup built a device to figure out if prescription drugs are fakeApple’s Special Event intro is a psychedelic ode to Apple’s own advertisingApple jumps into subscription video fray with “TV Channels”The new Apple credit card will be able to read your cryptic receiptsApple Arcade is a subscription service for paid gamesApple unveils “Apple News+” news and magazine subscription serviceSupreme Court rejects Amazon’s Zappos on data breach lawsuitHilton sets a goal to recycle one million bars of soap by Global Handwashing DayThe bias against pretty women at work53 unanswered questions I still have after seeing “Us” twiceUber and Lyft drivers protest low pay and opaque policiesAvocado recall: FDA warns about possible listeria contamination in 6 statesHere’s how to use Telegram’s new nuclear option that deletes entire chat historiesThese architecture students redesigned Harry Potter’s world, and it’s magicThese are the lessons I learned when my husband became the primary caregiverUber will reportedly buy its Middle Eastern rival Careem for $3.1 billionPrivacy’s not an abstractionAmerican Airlines canceling 90 flights a day thanks to Boeing 737 Max 8 groundingFacebook doesn’t get it. Privacy starts with peopleThe high-tech solution to becoming more empathetic in less than an hourThe healthcare system can’t get a grip on its giant patient-matching mess3 Women executives on how they handle mansplaining in the officeGoogle looks at the mysterious ways design influences how you feelHow big a story was Trump/Russia? Here are the detailsThis is the right way to assert your importance at workLet a scientist with an industrial blender explain what’s really in your phoneChina’s airport facial recognition kiosks should make us fear for our privacyAmerican Airlines and Blade introduce cheaper airport helicopter shuttle packagesWatch the high school production of “Alien” that has everyone talkingTokyo has the best Olympics design in decadesMost U.S. coal plants would save money by switching to wind or solarUPDATE: YouTube denies pulling the plug on its Hollywood dreamsEverybody wants EV charging stations, but barely anyone is building themThis new Trello automation feature is a breakthrough for busy peopleMueller report: Here’s the summary, but when will we see the whole thing?6 women share their biggest financial mistakesThe scooter wars are actually a century oldUse these 5 scheduling methods when a to-do list just isn’t workingAT&T raises another streaming service’s pricesPinterest files for IPOLow-cost resilient houses could help Mozambique survive future stormsCalifornia lawmakers introduce bill to ban all smartphones at schoolsHere’s what to expect when Apple lays out its TV strategy on MondayThe shape of water: How agtech is making irrigation more efficientAmericans think the future looks bleak: Can we change that by 2050?4 tips for spring-cleaning your mindUnited Airlines pioneers non-binary gender bookingsThe one thing you need to know before seeing Jordan Peele’s UsThis is how to succeed as an introverted leaderYour skyrocketing rent isn’t just bad for your savings–it can hurt your healthShut down Facebook LiveInterior nominee Bernhardt and his former lobbying firm donated almost $1 million to senatorsHow this one simple trick for not killing bicyclists became a worldwide phenomenonAT&T’s fake 5G is slower than rivals’ real 4GWhat you don’t know about your health data will make you sickHow to make yourself do something you don’t want to doTackling the water crisis will be just as hard as it soundsFacebook knew of Cambridge Analytica’s data abuses earlier than we thoughtCompanies say they want to use less water–they’re just not doing anything about itYour employee benefits were 400 years in the makingA eulogy for every product Google has ruthlessly killed (145 and counting)Don’t believe the (digital) hype: Political campaigns still focus on TV for adsChobani’s secret ingredient for backing new food companiesThe We Company is getting into urban designWhy the “velvet hammer” is a better way to give constructive criticismWho was Garamond, anyway? The history behind 5 classic typefacesIt’s showtime for Apple, but behind the scenes of its original video strategy, confusion reignsWatch out: Your private health app data may impact your credit reportIndoor farms full of dandelions could be our future source of rubberLandmark bill would ban cosmetics with toxic ingredientsOn the day of its IPO, Levi’s CEO hints at upcoming tech innovationsBeer fight! MillerCoors sues Bud over its corn syrup adsAre you surprised that the U.S. isn’t one of the 10 happiest countries on earth?Comcast’s hedge against cord cutting is . . . another box you have to rent“Prescribing” fruits and veggies would save $100 billion in medical costsWhy the robots will make us betterThe Dignity Museum builds empathy between visitors and the homelessInnovating out of thin air3 productivity killers that you should stay away fromThese board games play out how climate change will reshape our citiesThe Future of Space Is 3D-Printed Rockets—And This Company Is Leading the ChangeMillennials Keep Killing Categories—This Cookware Company Wants To Win Them OverMillions of Facebook passwords have been stored in plain text, report saysRent the Runway is now a unicornThese Dunkin’ donut-inspired Saucony sneakers might be the best-ever fast food-footwear collaborationThe dream of MoviePass lives on . . . kind ofIf you do these 3 things, people will probably think that you’re being fakeWhat Lisa Nishimura’s promotion means for indie films on NetflixHere are the three surprising benefits I got ditching my cellphone for a landline for a monthAmazon is blocking ads for products that lose moneyJob interview by text? Here’s how to make it workFinally, dog gear for design snobsThe paranoid person’s guide to online privacyThe Wing and Time’s Up are joining forcesEven millennials can retire early. Here’s howRoman walls are a 3,000-year-old argument against Trump’s border wallHow you can reach your most ambitious goals in 20 minutes a dayAmazon could soon force you to go on a diet, according to one futuristBritish Uber drivers are demanding the company disclose their dataThese are the 10 happiest and unhappiest countries in the world in 2019New Apple iPad Mini review: renovated, not reimagined4 ways AI is already making designers’ lives easierTraders are wearing jeans in honor of Levi Strauss’s IPOThese 8 cities are taking bold steps to get rid of carsDyson’s $600 task lamp is the closest you’ll get to natural light indoorsCashierless app company rep blames NYC’s “diversity” for spot checksPerformance-based-pay linked to mental health issues, study findsTavi Gevinson’s impression of Elizabeth Holmes is bloody goodFacebook adds quoted message replies to MessengerHere’s how the footprint of the plant-based Impossible Burger compares to beefIsraeli cyberweapon targeted the widow of a slain Mexican journalistGoFundMe blocks controversial cancer clinic from fundraisingWhite people cause the most pollution, but people of color suffer the most from itWhy this financial firm CEO listens to the Muppets in the morning5 ways to give yourself more time when it feels like there’s never enoughMore than 1,600 hotel guests were secretly filmed with hidden camerasHow to manage people born on TuesdaySquare takes on Shopify with new micro-merchant toolsNYPD unveils controversial algorithm to track crime patternsThis is the one simple act that helps me be more creativeMcDonald’s new HQ makes it look more like a wellness startupPeloton faces $150M lawsuit over exercise music copyrightMiller Lite mocked Dilly Dilly this morning with a new ad but Bud Light already has a response–and you can see it hereAs time online increased, teen happiness went downThis new startup makes affordable outdoor furniture–out of ocean plasticWhy you need unlike-minded people on your team (and 3 ways to get them)You have to see this Cheetos-themed mansion, a real thing that actually existsEven cacti have eyes: The random things surveilling our everyday livesU.K.’s May seeks 3-month delay on BrexitApple’s new AirPods have longer talk time and hands-free SiriYou can paint like Van Gogh using MoMA’s wild new crayonsWorkplace tracking is growing fast. Most workers don’t seem very concernedI protected my privacy by ditching Chrome for Brave–and so should youFeedback is overrated–this is what employees need insteadI tried to understand location tracking. It’s nearly impossibleEven JPMorgan is worried about climate changeThese 7 traits can help you get ahead, then harm you as you move upWhat are potential funders saying about me behind my back?Silicon Valley takes on menopauseSweetgreen is redesigning school lunches to make them more healthy–and more funWhy reaching your goals won’t make you happierBeware of this new dark pattern popping up in ads and packagingBrandless expands into wellness with supplements, cleanses, and other Goop-style itemsGoogle hit with another EU antitrust fine: The grand total now comes to €8.2BIt’s official: Disney now owns FoxMillennial women are struggling financially: Here’s why (and why it’s not their fault)This ingenious new iPhone app is a powerful way to foil data snoopsThe new frontier for ultra-wealthy tourists? Underwater hotels and restaurantsGoogle could conquer gaming by having nothing to loseBanks pumped $1.9 trillion into fossil fuels since the Paris climate deal