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Apple is breaking the upgrade cycle this year so next year’s iPhone can be awesome

Here’s a bit of unexpected news: Apple is doing away with the traditional two-year iPhone cycle, according to the Wall Street (...)

2016-06-21
Study: Netflix’s $2 price increase could cost it almost 500,000 subscribers

In news not pertaining to Netflix’s new icon: according to a study by Nomura Securities, Netflix’s $2 price increase (...)

2016-06-20
Sacramento Kings new stadium to have VR instant replay

The Sacramento Kings are set to open a new $507 million stadium in October. Inside you’ll find screens that are nearly as long (...)

2016-06-20
Tumblr is reportedly launching live video tomorrow with a bunch of weird streams

Tumblr is getting into the live video business. At least, it certainly looks like it. TechCrunch spotted a mysterious livevideo.tumblr.com blog, (...)

2016-06-20
Walmart considering robotic shopping carts that follow you around and tell you what to buy

Websites have suggestions, Walmart has robotic personal shoppers doubling as shopping carts — or at least it wants to. The company (...)

2016-06-20
Engage your child in reading and track their progress with Starwords

BetaList features the newest startups. Today, we interview co-founder Dave Beech about Starwords, an app that helps kids learn to (...)

2016-06-20
This Slack bot turns everyday conversation into a game of numbers

If you’ve been looking for new ways to liven up discussions with your team on Slack, this bot might be just what you need. (...)

2016-06-17
Buffer, the company known for public ‘open salary’ docs, just laid off 11% of its team

Buffer is a popular social media management tool that also offers a great marketing blog on the side, but you may know it best for (...)

2016-06-16
Stop submitting your Android N name suggestions, Google’s already found one

Remember when Google decided to crowdsource some name ideas for the upcoming version of Android? As we’ve mentioned before, (...)

2016-06-15
New Design Trends That Are Here To Stay

Design trends come and go, but there are some new trends that are here to stay. Explore the latest techniques & styles to stay (...)

2016-06-15
The Mega Macbook Giveaway: Win a brand new 12″ Macbook

Apple’s remarkable advancements continue to push the boundaries of personal computing, and have commanded our cultural attention (...)

2016-06-15
How to maneuvre your global business around cultural differences

What if successful collaboration among globally distributed and culturally diverse teams depended less on the right mix of technologies (...)

2016-06-15
xHamster enacts ‘Brock Turner rule’ banning rape porn sitewide

Convicted rapist Brock Turner has draw the scorn of a nation after many feel his six month sentence for raping an unconscious woman (...)

2016-06-10
No, Google isn’t manipulating searches for Hillary Clinton

This week, pop-culture news site SourceFed made a video alleging Google was tipping the scales in favor of Hillary Clinton. The video (...)

2016-06-10
It’s a sad day for Gawker and an even sadder day for journalism

I’ve had conflicting thoughts on Gawker as long as I can remember. I’ve never liked them, but part of me always respected (...)

2016-06-10
Why you should pick up “Why the Dutch are different”

Welcome welcome, I hope you’ve missed our “What TNW is reading” posts. If you’re not familiar with them, at the (...)

2016-06-10
Sony confirms it’s making a 4K PlayStation 4, but you won’t see it at E3

We finally have some solid confirmation: A more powerful PlayStation 4 is on its way. The confirmation comes right from Sony gaming (...)

2016-06-10
Federal guidelines for self-driving cars are coming in July

National Highway Traffic Safety (NTHSA) administrator Mark Rosekind said today that the US needs to be more nimble in its legislation (...)

2016-06-08
Monkey stumbles into a power plant, sends Kenya on a nationwide blackout

I wish the headline was a metaphor, but it’s literally what happened. On Tuesday evening, a monkey scaled the roof of Kenya (...)

2016-06-08
Sketch will begin charging users a subscription fee for its OS X design app

Until now, Sketch, the beloved OS X-based UI/UX design app, has charged its users for major releases like v1.0 and v2.0 and delivered (...)

2016-06-08
How to go from $13,000 to almost $20 million in capital

Take it from someone who survived the Shark Tank: the journey of raising capital for a startup isn’t easy. If it was, every business (...)

2016-06-08

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