Most people should know by now that China is the world’s largest smartphone market. What is more interesting is how the Chinese have been using their smartphones as an all-in-one entertainment tool: with
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Kakao, the company behind South Korea’s leading chat app KakaoTalk, today released KakaoGroup, a standalone app specifically designed for messaging among groups of friends, acquaintances and colleagues.
We'd love to take a seat in any one of these impeccable, modern dining rooms. Whether your bookcase spans an entire wall or exists solely on your nightstand, where you house your books speaks volumes Watch
The US curators for the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale were announced this week, and the group includes several visionaries from Dwell issues past. This week, the U.S. State Department announced the
Photos are just starting to emerge of this year’s Burning Man, the annual festival that draws tens of thousands to Nevada’s hot Black Rock Desert for one week each year to become a part of a special group
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If you love great design, you won't want to miss the second annual City Modern, a full week of events in Manhattan and Brooklyn, September 27 through October 4, featuring expert panel discussions, compelling
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