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Mobile july 11, 2013

10 Stories You Need To Know Today

LA to get large scale rooftop solar panels, Samsung overtakes Apple in mobile web use and Zynga's real-money gambling games to go on Facebook.

Travel june 3, 2013

8 Stories You Need To Know Today

Starbucks to ban smoking outside cafes, Volvo uses Twitter as focus group and BMW designs a gaming machine.

Technology march 6, 2013

Could Bitcoin Be More Than A Digital Currency?

Bitcoin, the digital coin with a questionable past, is gaining ground as a legitimate currency, trading at $32 a share last week.

Technology december 11, 2012

14 Stories You Need To Know Today

Anna Wintour could become an ambassador, Square launches gift cards, and Gmail goes down for some users...Links to start your day with.

Arts & Culture september 25, 2012

19 Stories You Need To Know Today

Private Facebook messages posted on users' walls, the unlikely profitable franchise of James Bond, and Apple to be the first trillion dollar company...Links to start your day with.

Home september 14, 2012

11 Stories You Need to Know Today

Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon, bank paying interest in ice cream, and the anticipated Wii U launch...Links to start your day with.

Work june 26, 2012

Interactive Play Fights Censorship By Asking Audiences To Leave Phones On

White Rabbit, Red Rabbit, by Nassim Soleimanpour, who is not allowed to leave Iran, has no director, no rehearsals and no set. Viewers participate through mobile emails to the scriptwriter in Tehran.

october 27, 2011

Clinton Says US Will Open Iranian Embassy Online [Headlines]

The United States government will have a virtual embassy for Iran up and running by the end of this year.

Luxury august 4, 2011

Monocolumn: Water Fights In Tehran Cause Uproar

In today's column from luxury magazine Monocle, when a water fight involving 3,000 people broke out in Tehran, police started to make several arrests, for no apparent reason.

Cities march 30, 2011

Hactivism For Human Rights

Access is a global movement consisting of former hackers who have dedicated their lives to securing internet freedom for social activists around the world.

Cities january 20, 2011

Monocolumn: A Case Of Opposites Attract For Georgia And Iran

Just two years ago, a visit by the Iranian president to this outpost in the South Caucasus would have been unthinkable. But the idea is now being seriously discussed, as one of the more surprising bilateral partnerships in the region begins to blossom.

Home october 13, 2010

Monocolumn: The Iranian President’s Contentious Visit

You might wonder whether a visit from Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who arrives in Beirut today, is really what Lebanon needs right now.

Arts & Culture september 28, 2010

(Pic) Tehran Building Mural

Interesting murals in Iran with optical play.

Innovation september 13, 2010

Update: Conflict Kitchen Turns To Crowdfunding

A Pittsburgh-based restaurant seeks online micropatronage support to crowdfund and sustain their barrier-breaking efforts.


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