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Google News Gets a Much-Needed Redesign to Cut Down on Clutter and Confusion
June 28th, 2017 by The Verge
Google today unveiled a new look for its 14-year-old news reader that makes the web service much easier to digest. The Google News page now has three sections located at the center of the homepage: a top headlines list, a local list, and a personalized “For You” section containing stories in interest areas you’ve preselected.

Apple’s AR is Closer to Reality than Google’s
June 27th, 2017 by The Verge
Apple has often been accused of acting like it invented things that others have been doing for years. That complaint is not without merit, however Apple can lay claim to transforming existing things into mainstream successes, which takes no small amount of invention in its own right.
The Perfect Food Delivery Startup? David Chang Thinks He’s Got The Secret Sauce
June 26th, 2017 by Fast Company
Behind two opaque white glass doors on a storefront on Manhattan’s 14th Street, a team of sous chefs is chopping, marinating, and frying food for the Flatiron lunch crowd. A young intern wearing a loose T-shirt and a red baseball cap sits among a collection of stainless steel appliances, a warming cabinet...
Mark Zuckerberg Just Unveiled Facebook’s New Mission Statement
June 23rd, 2017 by The Verge
When asked about his life’s work, Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has traditionally fallen back on a somewhat nebulous answer: making “the world more open and connected.” It was an almost quaint euphemism for the company’s more capitalistic goals of vacuuming up the attention of billions of humans and selling boatloads of advertising.
Design Didn’t Make Uber Good, But It Made Uber Great
June 22nd, 2017 by Fast Company
I’ll never forget my first Uber. As cheesy as that sounds, I’m sure the feeling is shared by many of us of a certain age. Finding myself stuck on the sleepy streets of San Francisco’s Nob Hill after midnight, not a cab in sight, I hit a button on my phone, a car drove up a few minutes later, and I realized city life as I knew it would never be the same.
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