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Consumer Goods Snapchat Spectacles Will Be Dispensed In Vending Machines

The machines, called Snapbots, will be set up all over the US in the coming months

Advertising Program Lets Enthusiasts Design A Video Game With Pencil And Paper

New app gives users the ability to draw an analog word and make it virtual.

Luxury Ridesharing Service Helps Users Meet New Friends [My Ideal City]

Singapore based MyRideBuddy helps offset the costs of transportation for over 1 million commuters each day through ride sharing.

Retail 13 Stories You Need To Know Today

Facebook rolls out new 'Share' button, RIM offering free voice calls, and Frito Lay introduces caffeinated Cracker Jacks.... Links to start your day with.

Gaming & Play iPad App Lets Anyone Become An Animator

Creatorverse allows you to draw an object and then instantly move and interact with it like an animation.

Advertising Bar Gives Drink Discounts Based On How Much The Market Has Dropped

If shares did badly that day, patrons at the Waldorf Astoria's Bull & Bear receive a reduced price on their cocktails.

Technology Zuckerberg Sells $1.1 Billion Of Facebook Stock To Pay Taxes [Headlines]

Facebook founder unloads 30.2 million shares at $37.58 a share.

Innovation Nike's Social Network Lets You Cheer On Your Friends As They Run

The sports brand has paired with Path, so users can share their runs and track real-time progress.

Retail Zappos Founder Launches Incentivized Social Start Up

RNKD or "ranked" allows shoppers to get rewards to use towards future purchases by sharing what they've bought.

Design Independent? Creative? Why You Need To Know About Coworking

At places like 3rd Ward in Brooklyn, entrepreneurs, artists, and writers can share space and ideas to further their careers.

Facebook Gives Users Right To Say No To Photo Tagging [Headlines]

Facebook is launching it's new feature to give you more privacy---the right to reject or accept a photo tag before it goes live.

Video 'Hangout' Button Lets You Watch YouTube Videos With Your Google+ Friends [Headlines]

'Hangout' button on YouTube videos lets Google+ users share videos with their friends.

Design Is Flickr Losing To Facebook, Tumblr And Instagram?

With the rise of other photo sharing websites such as Facebook, Tumblr and Instagram, it seems that Flickr might be losing its appeal. According to Nick Douglas at Slacktory, 'Flickr is dying' and he has a graph to prove it.

Video China's Video Sharing Website Enters The Nasdaq [Headlines]

Tudou, the 'Youtube of China' makes its way to Wall Street with 6m shares priced at $29 each.