I wrote two months back that Apple seems to be putting much more effort into the 10th anniversary 2017 iPhone (likely named iPhone 8, foregoing the S branding) than the upcoming iPhone 7 that’s set to hit this year. I made that assumption based on early leaks from Apple insiders. While those sources are highly reliable, they are still of the “niche” variety. Well, now even the very mainstream Wall Street Journal (who also has a good track record with Apple leaks) has confirmed that the iPhone 7 will likely disappoint the general public.
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Tesla may bear some responsibility for the accident, even if the driver was supposed to be watching the road at all times.
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Asian “copycats” of American companies get a lot of negative press. But calling Asian startups “copies” isn’t really fair. Adapting existing business models to suit the local environment takes more innovation than most of us realize.
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Neurologists have found a new ‘texting rhythm’ in brain activity when people use smartphones.
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Those who motivate themselves to have successful careers are also driven to succeed at hobbies.
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The story is the thing, according to Flipagram CEO Farhad Mohit. We’re all storytellers, and photo-video platform Flipagram is the technological tool that everyone should have in their back pocket to make those stories come to life.
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The “United” Kingdom just punched the European startup scene in the face, and things will get very tricky for startups in Europe in the next 6-24 months. However, there are some positives to be gleaned from the situation.
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Radioactive particles escaped the damaged reactor in an unexpected form and it’s raising new questions about what happens in a nuclear disaster.
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In high humidity everything gets soggy – until now. Scientists have discovered a material that can ‘spit’ water out in high humidity conditions, which could be useful for harvesting water in very dry environments.
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When Cate and I first put together the idea for The Limit Does Not Exist — a podcast at the intersection of STEM and creativity — I knew one of our first guests would have to be Danielle Feinberg. A director of photography for lighting at Pixar, she brilliantly weaves computer code, animation, the physics of light, and the mechanics of storytelling into her work on films like Finding Nemo, WALL-E, and Brave.
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