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Architect Daniel Libeskind’s Insider Guide To Milan

The architect, who has a studio in Milan, gives us the inside scoop on the city’s best design spots.<p><i>Welcome to Wanderlust, a weekly series on Co.Design where some of our favorite designers share their secret picks and insider tips for the best design cities on the planet. Today, architect Daniel</i> …

In Defense Of The New “Star Wars” Lightsaber

Haters gonna hate, but the lightsaber seen in the new The Force Awakens trailer is great design. Here’s why.<p>In the new trailer for J.J. Abrams’s forthcoming <i>Star Wars: The Force Awakens</i>, a shadowy, hooded figure (rumored to be played by <i>Girls</i>‘s Adam Driver) walks into the snowy woods at night and …

New York may risk Thierry on artificial turf after Revolution roll towards final

Red Bulls hope French star’s dodgy achilles holds up after defeat by New England, and Galaxy take advantage against the Sounders<p>MLS match report: Red Bulls 1-2 Revolution Los Angeles Galaxy 1-0 Seattle Sounders<p><b>Might Thierry Henry end his career on artificial turf?</b><p>As the yellow cards were flourished …

How the new lock screen works on Android 5.0 Lollipop

And how you can disable it.<p>Google's latest mobile operating is now making its way to a variety of smartphones and tablets. Android 5.0 Lollipop completely revamps the look and feel of the operating system, and includes a number of new features and enhancements. One of the first things you will …

Celebrities Unfiltered, on Flipboard

WhoSay launched in 2010 with the goal of providing celebrities more control over how their pictures were used online. Its network has since grown to …

Google Nexus 9 tablet review: can't match Samsung or Apple

The Nexus 9 is Google’s new 8.9in tablet that is designed to show off the best the new Android 5 Lollipop in a full-size tablet with a new 64-bit processor.<p>Google again has partnered with a manufacturer, this time HTC, to create its Nexus range of devices to demonstrate how it thinks Android should …

Amazon to begin testing same-day delivery drones in Cambridge

Amazon is planning to test drones in Cambridge, England, as the battle to offer consumers same-day deliveries heats up.<p>The US company announced with considerable fanfare late last year that it was considering using drones as a way of dramatically reducing the time it takes to deliver orders to …

Nato jets intercept Russian warplanes following 'unusual level of air activity'

Nato aircraft tracked Russian strategic bombers over the Atlantic and Black Sea on Wednesday and sorties of fighters over the Baltic in what the Western alliance called an unusual burst of activity at a tense time in East-West relations.<p>In all, Nato said in a statement, its jets had intercepted …

Sweden calls off hunt for submarine

Reports of foreign underwater activity in the Stockholm archipelago triggered week-long search<p>Sweden’s navy has cancelled its week-long operation in the archipelago off Stockholm after finding no trace of the Russian submarine widely anticipated by military specialists and the media.<p>“Our assessment …

Arizona gun instructor accidentally shot and killed by nine-year-old girl with Uzi

A firearms instructor has died after he was shot by a nine-year-old girl when she fired an Uzi at a shooting range in the Arizona desert.<p>Mohave County sheriff’s officials said 39-year-old Charles Vacca, of Lake Havasu City, Arizona, died at the hospital on Monday after he was shot at the Last Stop …

Child firing Uzi at Ariz. shooting range accidentally kills instructor, police say

A shooting instructor is dead, the victim of a gun-range accident. A 9-year-old girl is surely traumatized. And plenty of people, including many gun enthusiasts, are asking: Why give a child a submachine gun to shoot?<p>The deadly incident occurred Monday morning at a gun range in Arizona that caters …

12 Of The World’s Most Jaw-Dropping Remote Hideaways

Escape to the glorious middle of nowhere in these sanctuaries, in mountaintops, prairies, forests, and seasides around the world.<p>When you live in a constantly connected (but spiritually disconnected) urban environment, it’s natural to dream about escaping to some wilderness shack and never coming …

Architizer

Radical Cities – Latin America's revolutionary housing solutions

Justin McGuirk's fascinating study shows that Latin American cities have much to teach the world's architects<p>• Read an extract from Radical Cities on Tijuana<p>The Venice Architecture Biennale is usually a grand gathering of the biggest names in architecture, where they can display their brilliance to …

The 20 photographs of the week

The aftermath of the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, the escalating violence in Israel, the World Cup final – the best photography in news, culture and sport from around the world this week

Vanishing point: five ways to become invisible

Here's how you could become invisible in the middle ages: grind up an owl's eye with a ball of beetle dung and some olive oil, and rub it all over your body. There's no record that this method was ever tried, so I guess we don't actually know if it works. But it's a relief that modern science and …

Real Madrid ready to cash in on Isco to fund James move

The promising Spaniard could be sold as Carlo Ancelotti's side is looking to make room for the Colombia international, with Liverpool keen to lure him to England.<p>Real Madrid is ready to cash in on Isco this summer as the club is looking to generate funds for Monaco star James Rodriguez, with …

These Photos Of Hong Kong Skyscrapers Will Make You Very Dizzy

When photographer Romain Jacquet-Lagreze first arrived in Hong Kong four years ago, he became fascinated with the city’s architecture. “I would lift up my head while walking through the buildings to look at the sky,” he tells Co.Design in an email. He took to photographing the city from below.<p>I …

Lahm retires from international football

The Bayern Munich defender announced the shock news on Friday on the back of lifting the World Cup<p>Bayern Munich star Philipp Lahm has revealed his shock decision to retire from international football in the wake of Germany's World Cup success.<p>The 30-year-old captained his nation as they overcame …

World Cup 2014: 25 of the best photos from Brazil

Our sports picture editor rounds up the highlights from the tournament in Brazil and explains why these photographs stood out from the 250,000 shots we've received over the past month <br>• Check out 25 of the best World Cup photos of all time

Luiz Felipe Scolari: Brazil coach resigns after 2014 World Cup

<b>Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari has resigned, the country's football federation (CBF) has confirmed.</b><p>Scolari, 65, won the tournament in 2002 but the hosts could only finish fourth at this year's event.<p>Brazil were thrashed 7-1 by Germany in the semi-finals then lost 3-0 to the Netherlands in the …

World Cup final 2014: Mario Gotze scores only goal as Germany beat Argentina at the Maracana

Germany vs Argentina World Cup final 2014 match report: Score 1-0 after extra-time - Joachim Löw's side are World Cup winners as Lionel Messi rues second-half miss<p><b>Germany</b> deservedly lifted the <b>World Cup</b> because of a moment of brilliance from Mario Götze – Mario de Janeiro – because of the team’s …

Soccer

Tim Howard can't save U.S. at World Cup

When the final whistle sounded after 120 minutes, some players bent at the waist, gasping for air. Others knelt in the middle of field and some lay in the grass.<p>But Tim Howard, as he had all night, stood tall in front of the goal.<p>The U.S. soccer team's Cinderella run through the<p>World Cuphad come to …

Soccer

Tiny Wireless Earbuds Could Be Damn Near Invisible When In Use

Two tiny, cylindrical earbuds that could be great–if you don’t lose them.<p>Earin, currently attracting tons of money on Kickstarter, is a tiny wireless earbud product that’s a bit different from anything currently on the market–and by doing things so differently, it might be the first pair of …

Scientists Keep A Careful Eye On The World Cup Ball

While many millions are enjoying the drama of the World Cup, a handful of scientists are keeping their eyes very closely on the ball.<p>The World Cup ball, known as Brazuca, has been the subject of intense and careful study, especially following the erratic performance of its predecessor in the 2010 …

Jony Ive on new materials, software design, Tim Cook’s leadership

Following a few quotes from a Jony Ive interview with The New York Times appearing in a longer piece about Tim Cook over the weekend, the publication has now published a longer transcript from the interview. In the interview, Ive was asked about working with Cook, how things have changed post Steve …

The Week in Review: Live From Latin America

Inside Flipboard / June 6, 2014<p>Connected by language and history, Latin America is a broad tapestry of many different people and ideas. An important …