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Jonathan Ive and the Future of Apple - The New Yorker
www.newyorker.com

Inside the top-secret lab where the world’s most powerful design team created the Apple Watch.

Beliefs and brilliance
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NEW PhDs in maths and physics are earned mostly by men, while—in America at least—half of those in molecular biology and neuroscience are aw

The Fire Phone, Amazon's Five-Inch Selling Machine
www.newyorker.com

To understand why Amazon wants you to buy its phone, it’s worth remembering how people’s cell-phone habits have changed with time.

The high-tech world of old-world watches
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GLANCE at any technology blog, and all the innovation in the world of timekeeping seems to be captured by two words: smart watches. Almost e

That Computer Actually Got an F on the Turing Test | Science | WIRED
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Over the weekend, a group of programmers claimed they built a program that passed the famous Turing Test, in which a computer tries to trick

Beam me up, Scotty: teleportation 'could become reality' - Telegraph
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Laws of physics do not prevent the teleportation of large objects, including humans, professor says

Singing Amy Winehouse in Tehran
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Iran’s government has been forced, erratically, into easing restrictions on art, theatre, cinema, and literature.

Blackberry unveils IoT play » Telecoms.com
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Struggling device vendor Blackberry has announced a new collection of initiatives targeting the Internet of Things, which the firm hopes wil

'Smart' tennis racquet records spin, shots and power in time for Wimbled...
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The first "smart" tennis racquet with electronics in the handle will reveal level of spin, number of shots played and the power of each shot

Google burger: Sergey Brin explains why he funded world's first lab-grow...
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Google co-founder Sergey Brin explains why he bankrolled a €250,000 project to produce the world's first synthetic hamburger

Lizzie Widdicombe: Could Soylent Replace Food?
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Soylent, a synthetic food product, is made from raw chemical components; its formula accounts for all the major food groups. Rob Rhinehart,

MWL Keynote: Facebook - Mobile World Live
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Exclusive replay of Mark Zuckerberg’s keynote appearance at Mobile World Congress 2014.

Estonia: The Little Country That Cloud
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Co-authored with Sten Tamkivi, EIR at Andreessen Horowitz Follow the leader is a title, theme, taskNow you know, you don't have to ask—Rakim

Footage released of Guardian editors destroying Snowden hard drives
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GCHQ technicians watched as journalists took angle grinders and drills to computers after weeks of tense negotiations • Watch the footage of

David Remnick: On and Off the Road with Barack Obama
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Obama’s Presidency is on the clock. The coming year is a marker, the final interval before the fight for succession becomes politically all-

BlackBerry: The way forward
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BlackBerry CEO John Chen says don't count them out yet. He's got a plan — and he's committed to being transparent about it. Here's his new s

Hyping Artificial Intelligence, Yet Again
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Some advances are genuinely exciting, but whether they will really produce human-level A.I. is unclear.

'The Wolf of Wall Street': A 'Gatsby' for Our Hollow Times
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There is no romance to Scorsese’s “The Wolf of Wall Street”—only a black heart where a green light should be.

Why Mark Zuckerberg Gets Away With Hoodies
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How is nonconformity interpreted by others? Do we see it as a sign of status?

What The Heck Will Google Do With These Scary Military Robots?
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Video Let's see, we have a company that already knows everything about us, has possibly the world's largest computer network, has recently b