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The New York Times and Samsung Launch 360-Degree News Videos

The project, called the Daily 360, lets readers immerse themselves in a variety of content, with or without VR headsets

Advertising 15 Stories You Need To Know Today

Facebook admits their ads don't work, half of the US population owns a tablet or smartphone and Tumblr will live GIF the 2012 debates...Links to start your day with.

Technology HappyMeals.com And Five Other Sites Accused Of Collecting Children's Data [Headlines]

Six major websites including McDonald's and Cartoon Network have been accused of collecting children's data reports the New York Times.

Retail Square Offering Companies Flat Rate Plan, 0% Transaction Fee [Headlines]

Small businesses will benefit from the mobile payment company's fixed price option.

Luxury Googles Returns To Print Advertising To Reassure Users Abouts Its Privacy Policies

Search giant buys newspaper and magazine space to educate users about its new privacy features and reassure them that it is a responsible and reputable company.

Tech Companies: Undervalued Or Not? [Headlines]

Marc Andreessen and Warren E. Buffett are two of the largest names in investing, but the two disagree about the value of technology stocks.

Design New York Times Scented Candle Smells Like Newsprint

Store sells the late Tobias Wong's designs infused with non-traditional scents to create surprising, ambient experiences.

Advertising Lincoln Offers Frequent NY Times Readers A Way Around The Paywall

Luxury car brand hopes to gain the 'thought leader' demographic in its waiving of NYTimes.com paywall.

Technology Museum Of Natural History Launches An iPhone App

The "Explorer" application offers visitors a custom navigation system and a personal tour guide.

Home When Going "Green" Isn't Enough: Is H&M Trashing Perfectly Good Clothing?

In what (if proven true) is slowly but simmering to become one of the biggest scandals in fashion this year, it's recently come to light that Swedish clothing chain H & M has a little known practice of discarding and making unwearable unsold merchandise.