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Entertainment Xbox's Subscription Service Offers Gamers Discounts And Financing Options

With this limited time offer, Microsoft is making it easier for gamers to finance their console and game purchasing

Hotels, Hospitality & Travel Booking Site Lets Friends Co-Manage Once-In-A-Lifetime Experiences

IfOnly allows users to both split payment on special trips and give unique experiences to others as gifts, helping friends better manage and enjoy excursions from dining and concerts to travel

Banks, Insurance & Financial Services Alternative Credit Agency Lets Immigrants Bring Their Credit With Them

Nova Credit wants to make it easier for immigrants to take out loans in a foreign country and receive financial support

Luxury Delta Partners With On-Demand Helicopter Service For Time-Conscious Travelers

The new helicopter transportation service, Blade, partnered with Delta to help flyers avoid the chaos of the JFK airport and the drive to Manhattan

Technology Facebook's New Jobs Feature Is Trying To Give Small Businesses A Boost

The world's largest social media platform now lets users apply for jobs through company pages

Retail Facebook Wants To Be Your Go-To Email Platform

The new company communication software combines social networking with inner-office messaging

Advertising Advertising By The Numbers: The Audience Vs The Industry

Insights from PSFK's Future of Advertising original survey, a snapshot of the industry's thought leaders from brands, agencies, media providers and more

Design Santa Monica Wants to Design Itself as a Happier Place

Residents of this enclave west of Los Angeles appear blessed indeed, yet research by the Wellbeing Project has exposed tensions that carry implications for cities everywhere

Gaming & Play How Vegas is Building the New Ideal for American Cities

Long before America’s current urban revival, the Strip was ditching its streetside car parks for promenades and conceiving its own version of the ‘Bilbao effect’

Home How The Shopping Mall Died

What was once Americans' favorite pastime is on its way to becoming a historic relic.

Syndicated U.S. Youth No Longer Driven By Car Culture

Statistics show Americans under 35 are less likely to own cars, a troubling fact for the motor vehicle industry.

Work 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.

Design Coffee May Be Able To Boost Long-Term Memory

One study claims that a cup worth of caffeine can help you create clearer, longer-lasting memories.

Advertising 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.