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Innovation october 25, 2016

After The Initial Success Of AR Gaming, What Does The Future Hold?

With Pokemon GO earning up to $10m a day, R&D departments are busy searching for the next phase

Syndicated march 17, 2016

The 10 Best Places for Reflection

From Reykjavik to Tate Modern, we look at spaces to inspire contemplation

Work february 1, 2016

AI That Wants to Read Your Mind and Run Your Life

The team behind Siri has a new idea

Sustainability january 13, 2016

How Learning Software is Upgrading Brazilian Education

Teaching algorithms aim to change education forever—but where does the teacher fit into the classroom of tomorrow?

Advertising january 6, 2016

Inventor of Pop-Up Ads: 2016 Could Be When Web Advertising Realizes We Don’t Want to Be Monitored

Everyone hates web adverts—except those people developing intrusive technology to force them on us

Syndicated september 24, 2015

How Instagram is Being Given a Gay Makeover

Gay users are flocking to the photo network which offers support, belonging and taut abs

Work august 4, 2015

Why are Millennials Flocking to Live in Berlin?

Expat neighborhoods, cheaper rents, and a creative startup vibe are among some of the factors drawing young people to the German capital

Gaming & Play february 10, 2015

The Indie-Titles Leading The Video Game Trends

Robot Rugby and other independent titles are shoring up video game realities

Advertising february 3, 2015

Reports of the Ebook’s Death May Have Been Greatly Exaggerated

Reports that physical books are gaining ground at the expense of digital are just plain wrong

Sustainability july 9, 2014

The Future Of Food: Will Eating Insects Become The Norm?

Bugs could be the answer for a sustainable and nutritional food source.

Innovation july 1, 2014

Famous Dutch Paintings Glow With Renewed Colors Thanks To LED Lighting

The refurbished museum features classic paintings once again.

Work january 17, 2014

The Secret To Bruce Springsteen’s Lasting Popularity

The New Jersey entertainer has had a long career as a performer, matched only by the years he's dedicated to helping others.

Luxury january 14, 2014

Google Bus Drives Straight Through San Francisco Poverty Issue

The California tech industry has had unfortunate side effects on the city – including startup bosses complaining about the homeless.

Technology january 3, 2014

How History Created Today’s Surveillance-Based Business Model

Passive data collection is the culmination of years of debate that reach back to before the Internet age.


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