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Work Panasonic Initiatives Stand to Transform Denver Into Top-Tier Urban Hub

This city's urban infrastructure promises lower power costs

Advertising Platform Calculates People’s Charitable Presence On The Web

Ever wondered what your ‘Giving Footprint’ is? A new project is encouraging consumers to find out.

Technology Online Advertising Sets Record High With $8.4 Billion In 1st Quarter [Headlines]

The industries growth is largely attributed to mobile, social and video spending, a third of which is spent in the Asia-Pacific region, and is expected to continue through 2014.

Gaming & Play BP America Puts Fans Face-To-Face With Olympic Athletes Using Augmented Reality

The oil and gas giant is sponsoring nine Olympic and Paralympic athletes with a virtual experience that gives fans a behind the scenes look at the team member's lives.

The U.S. Has More Wireless Devices Than People [Headlines]

Data released this week shows that there are 327.6 million wireless connections, equal to 103.9 percent of the population.

Home Are Longer Sentences The Reason For Dropping Crime Rates In The U.S.? [Headlines]

Crime rates in America are dropping. What could be the cause?

Design Grant McCracken: Lincoln Still A Luxury Car Despite Mediocre Design

Grant McCracken comes to the realization that the design of Lincoln cars is anything but evolutionary.

Home Obama Checks In On Foursquare [Headlines]

President of the United States, Barack Obama was praised for his use of social media during his 2008 campaign, now the White House has joined Foursquare.

Home Americans Rent Movies More Than They Buy DVDs [Headlines]

The change in consumer behavior suggest how some Americans are choosing to save money on entertainment at a time when the U.S. is suffering a recession.

Advertising Sharpie Starts Revolution With Aggressive Ad Campaign

Sharpie encourages teens to use their markers to start a revolution in a multi-million dollar ad campaign that reaches out in every medium possible.

Design Monocolumn: Los Angeles Survives Weekend Closure of I-405

In today's column by luxury magazine, Monocle, we read about how traffic dropped by 65% during a road closure on America's busiest highway and Los Angeles learned to be less car-dependent.