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Syndicated august 16, 2016

How NASA Technology Is Uncovering Lost Cities

Recent laser surveys have revealed traces of a vast urban settlement, comparable in size to Los Angeles, around the temples of Angkor in the Cambodian jungle

Syndicated july 22, 2016

Saying Goodbye To The VHS Tape

Last remaining VHS VCR producer will cease manufacturing recorders at the end of this month, bringing the 40-year-long analogue videotape era to an end

Syndicated june 9, 2016

Hangover Cure: New Zealand’s ‘Morning-After’ Maid Cleaning Service

Startup claims to have been inundated after launching a service to clear up after parties

Cities january 5, 2016

Street Lamps Tackle Disease By Luring Mosquitoes with Fake Human Scent

LED light designed at University of Malaya is powered by solar and wind, and can work even in flooded areas

Advertising september 24, 2015

Ai Weiwei: From Criminal to Art-World Superstar

The Chinese artist talks about how his incarceration helped his career, and why he’s embarrassed about his early work

Cities may 19, 2015

South Korea to Get Its Own Version of New York’s High Line

The inspired transformation of a highway in Seoul, rooftop parkour in Paris and 1,050km worth of cycling improvements in Istanbul

Syndicated january 8, 2014

Who Will Colonize The Moon?

An intrepid group of creatives draws our attention to the possible take over of the moon by private companies.

Advertising november 11, 2013

Coca-Cola To Cut Off Suppliers Who Disrespect Land Rights

Drinks firm announces zero-tolerance policy on land-grabbing in developing countries.

Gaming october 4, 2013

How Playing It Cute Helped A Free Calls App To Challenge Skype

With stickers and sports stars, voiceover internet protocol tool woos 230 million users in two years.

Advertising september 20, 2013

A Look Back At The Life Of The Man Who Made Nintendo Famous

Video-games pioneer who turned the small company into a world brand dies at 85.

Design september 11, 2013

What Apple’s Cheaper iPhone Will Deliver

The low-end 5C model was shown to a select group in China, here's what's in store.

Advertising march 20, 2013

Who Is Toyo Ito?

The 71-year-old architect has finally won the Pritzker prize for an experimental body of work that refuses classification.

Cities march 11, 2013

Ai Weiwei Is Releasing A Heavy Metal Album

Chinese artist has written nine rock-tinged tracks for music debut to follow his Gangnam-style video.

Advertising february 27, 2013

Fast Phone Promises Films In Minutes And Songs In Seconds

Chinese hardware company shows off a handset that it states can download movies and songs in record time.

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