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Tesla just announced a supercar
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The future of books is on your phone, not your tablet
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Make it work: what should fashion look like in the age of connected devices?
Asher Levine wants me to wear a jumpsuit. At Tech In Motion's Wearable Tech Fashion Show, the young American designer is wearing a onesie the color of caution tape with zippers running down the front.
Lytro changed photography. Now can it get anyone to care?
Lytro product director Colvin Pitts wants to show me the camera he’s been working on since 2007. He cautions that it’s just an early model, then gently lifts the stark, black device out of an unmarked box. It looks like a cross between a DSLR and a futuristic weapon.
How Futurism transformed the art world by worshipping technology
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The dark, vibrant art of Raccoon Nook
That combined passion for art and technology has led to Nook's distinct artistic style, which works equally as well for illustrating punk robots as it does for ads for big companies. Growing up, Nook's father was both an artist and a developer, which led Nook into the world of computer-based art.
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Ernest Cline is the luckiest geek alive
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Pixel perfect: the story of eBoy
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The internet is fucked
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What if Apple bought Beats not for headphones, but wearables?
Nobody knows why Apple is buying Beats, but many are taking a guess. Business reporters and financial analysts are keen to tell you about all the known pieces of Beats that kind of, sort of, probably add up to a good reason to buy a company.
Meet the new Apple
While I watched Apple's WWDC 2014 opening keynote on Monday morning, I couldn't stop thinking about the infectious mixture of fun and confidence everyone onstage seemed to be exuding. It was something new for this era of Apple, and it felt like a mirror image of the announcements being made.

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