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The smart home is flailing as a concept—because it sucks

Some detergents are as much as 80% water. “You’re now shipping a very heavy liquid all around the world when it’s completely unnecessary to be doing so."

Chinese fast fashion companies have sprung up, copying the models of brands like H&M and Zara—and growing even faster.

9 fall boots that are perfect for office and home

3 Times It’s Worth Burning A Bridge In Your Career

Facebook’s reported name change reinforces its image as the new Big Tobacco

One method really outperformed the rest.

These frightening graphics show how far under water your city will be

The traffic light gets a dazzling, 21st century makeover

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Meet Pdogg, the musical dynamo helping shape BTS’s greatest hits

Every brand should embrace these 5 lessons in customer loyalty from super group BTS

Selena Gomez’s new beauty brand wants you to know you don’t need makeup

SHIB coin: why is the Shiba Inu cryptocurrency surging?

When the new brand is unveiled, kids will have a blank slate to create same-sex families or single-parent families.

The fashion industry is a $2.5 trillion beast with tentacles in every corner of the world, yet it operates with little oversight or regulation, and produces 10% of global carbon emissions. It's time to take on this deeply problematic sector.

How BTS is driving McDonald’s’ biggest marketing play since Monopoly

Designer Anifa Mvuemba is using technology to turn the fashion industry on its head:

Can technology spark a renaissance of reasoned political discourse? Join us on Tuesday, July 14 as @stephaniemehta , @ChrisEvans , @KassenK , and h @JoeKianive  a thought-provoking discussion on the role creativity and innovation can play:

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Zoom admits that it suspended U.S. and Hong Kong dissidents' accounts at the request of Chinese officials.

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