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Bill Moggridge, the designer of the look of the first laptop computer, and leader in interactive technology dies at age 69.
'Fragments' is a seemingly chaotic structure made from reclaimed wood that resembles the borders of a map of China when viewed from above.
An update to a popular 1980s arcade game includes live cars in New York City.
The institution is printing and scanning various items from its vault to allow the pieces to be displayed in more than one place simultaneously.
An in depth 40-year history of will be displayed at the museum beginning in March.