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Delivery & Logistics Apple Created A 'Technology Enabled' Healthcare Service For Employees

Following Amazon’s lead, the iPhone maker is creating in-house clinics and health services for employees

Features How Malls And Cities Are Becoming Indistinguishable

From New York to Hong Kong, new malls are thriving by seamlessly blending into the urban fabric

Syndicated British Artist Banksy Opens A Hotel

The Walled Off hotel is nestled against the controversial barrier wall separating Israel from the Palestinian territories

Syndicated Madrid's 'Robin Hood' Cafe Charge The Rich To Feed The Poor

The charity restaurant makes money from customers by day to offer homeless people meals at night

Syndicated Can Montreal Fight Gentrification By Banning Restaurants?

A controversial law limiting new restaurant openings has pitted business owners against those who believe they are fighting for Canada’s ‘culture capital’

Syndicated Mark Zuckerberg Discusses How Facebook Will Tackle The Issue Of Fake News

The Facebook Chief acknowledged the issue of hoax stories and how far the social network should go to interfere

Syndicated These 22¢ Glasses Will Help You Fool Facial Recognition Software

A team of researchers have found that eyewear printed with a wild pattern is enough to get around most commercial identification systems

Features Confronting Diversity In The Fashion World

The author of the new Devil Wears Prada speaks to The Guardian about the American Dream and identity politics

Features How NASA Technology Is Uncovering Lost Cities

Recent laser surveys have revealed traces of a vast urban settlement, comparable in size to Los Angeles, around the temples of Angkor in the Cambodian jungle

Syndicated Inside The Launch Of Facebook's Solar-Powered Drone

The Aquila drone, which at cruising speed uses same wattage as three hair dryers, uses lasers to beam internet to remote regions

Syndicated Saying Goodbye To The VHS Tape

Last remaining VHS VCR producer will cease manufacturing recorders at the end of this month, bringing the 40-year-long analogue videotape era to an end

Syndicated Instagram Artist Captures The Vintage Neon Signs Of Urban America

In her Analog Streets project, photographer Lisa Guerriero scours US cities for faded remnants of Americana–from ice cream parlors to sleepy motels

Features Photographer Reveals The Unseen Flip-Sides Of The World's Most Famous Paintings

From the Mona Lisa to Van Gogh’s Starry Night, Brazilian artist Vik Muniz has exposed—literally—the nuts and bolts of centuries-old masterpieces

Features End Of The Road: Uber And Millennials Help US Cities Cut Car Addiction

The growth of car-free homes, a drop in driver’s licences and increased car-sharing could all be signs of a move away from the automobile