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Apple Launches Red iPhone 7
March 22nd, 2017 by The Verge
Apple is introducing a new color option for its iPhone 7 lineup today: red. While the iPhone maker has offered special product red cases for the iPhone previously, this is the first time the actual handset is available in red itself. The new Product (RED) iPhone features a red aluminum finish, and is launching as part of Apple’s partnership with (RED).

The Biggest Roadblock to Data-Driven Marketing
March 21st, 2017 by Contently
I may work in marketing, but as someone who appreciates privacy, I’m a marketer’s worst nightmare. When it comes to data collection, I want my information hidden from companies as much as possible. Fortunately (for me, at least), various search settings...
This Gorgeous Ruler was Created Specifically for Digital Designers
March 20th, 2017 by The Verge
There’s a ton of niche design objects that have been tossed up onto Kickstarter for funding, but every now and again, there’s one that will really catch your eye. Case in point, this high-end, designer ruler. The Lindlund is billed as a ruler for creative types and designers.
Amazon Brings Alexa to the iPhone
March 17th, 2017 by The Verge
Amazon is bringing Alexa to the iPhone today right inside of the company’s main app. While this isn’t the first time Alexa has been on a smartphone — third parties have made it happen already — this is the first time it’s coming directly from Amazon. And it could be a huge help to anyone who’s filling their home with Alexa-enabled devices.
The Story Behind the Most Successful Crowdfunded Font in History
March 16th, 2017 by Fast Company
Up until this week, the most successful crowdfunded font was an almost predictable winner: Black Tie, a flexible, sans-serif typeface that scales from web CSS to apps with all the seamless utility of Helvetica. It was just the sort of inoffensive script that a designer or developer cruising Kickstarter could deploy without a second guess, which led it to raise $71,686 in 2014.
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