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An Upcoming iPhone Feature From Apple Will Completely Transform How You Use Apps

Apple calls it Extensibility, and it basically allows your apps to share both information and functionality with one another, which means less time spent switching among apps.<p>Let's say you have a favorite app for editing your photos, such as Adobe Photoshop Express.<p>Before Extensibility, you would …

Scientists Translate the Meaning Behind Chimpanzee Gestures

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Casa Ming by LGZ Taller de arquitectura

Casa Ming is a house in Monterrey, Mexico that appears much larger than it actually is. Each room flows into the next, keeping sight lines open to …

The Golden Age Of Soviet Design

A new exhibition explores the frenzy for domestic designs launched by Nixon’s and Krushchev’s Kitchen Debates.<p>In the summer of 1959, then-Vice President Richard Nixon and Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev stood in a model of American domesticity and debated the merits of washing machines. It was the …

Circular Affordable Housing Prototype

Inside the shell of the Oyster House prototype lies a new shape for affordable housing.<p>It was the grain of sand that became a pearl. CxMxD, a team of three New York City–based designers, hit upon the idea of a faceted circle while conceptualizing their entry for Add-on’13, an affordable-housing …

Articles about 6 tiny texas spaces on Dwell.com - Dwell

Put your corridors to work as storage, seating, or gallery space with these ideas.<p>Although she probably hasn’t told you, we’re pretty sure she has plenty of scarves already.<p>Matt Randall, founder and CEO of Twyla, has launched an online space where consumers are freed from the often "disappointing …

Albatross Internet Darling Takes First Flight

The world watches as a Laysan albatross chick grows up and takes to the sky.<p>On Tuesday a young Laysan albatross named Kaloakulua took to the skies on her maiden flight, plunging off a cliff 250 feet high (76 meters) and setting course for the open ocean. She won't touch down on land again for …

The Most Powerful Images Of World War I

Friday 1 July 2016 marked the centenary of the beginning of the Battle of the Somme, the biggest conflict seen on the Western Front during World War I. Here are some of the most arresting photos from the war. Contains graphic images.<p>The Battle of the Somme lasted from 1 July 1916 to 18 November the …

Bournemouth Reveller Wakes To Find Seven-Foot Python On Balcony In Scene Similar To The Hangover

A Bournemouth reveller woke up on Saturday after a boozy night out to find a seven-foot python slithering across his balcony.<p>Ben Castle went out for …

Women targeted in rising tide of attacks on Muslims

More than half of Islamophobic attacks in Britain are committed against women, who are typically targeted because they are wearing clothing associated with Islam, new data reveals.<p>The figures of anti-Muslim attacks, compiled in the nine months following the murder of soldier Lee Rigby in May 2013, …

Pakistani newlyweds decapitated by bride's family in honor killing

A young newlywed couple in northeastern Pakistan died a horrible death at the hands of the bride's family in the latest honor killing in the nation, police in Pakistan said Saturday.<p>The couple, identified as Sajjad Ahmed, 26, and Muawia Bibi, 18, were married by a Pakistani court on June 18 against …

Sudan rebels clash with army in S Kordofan

Sudanese troops and rebels have been engaged in heavy fighting near the South Kordofan state capital Kadugli, both sides said, with rebel shells landing inside the town.<p>A resident of Kadugli said rounds had passed over his house on Saturday.<p>"Two rockets or mortars from SPLM-North," landed in the …

NASA's 'Flying Saucer' Lands in Pacific After Successful Test

NASA’s “flying saucer” device made a hard landing in the Pacific Ocean on Saturday, ending what the space agency deemed a successful test after attempts earlier in June were cancelled due to high winds. A large helium balloon lifted the device, called a low-density supersonic decelerator, 120,000 …

British Muslims' right to fight in Syria backed by ex-adviser on radicalisation

A former senior government adviser on tackling radicalisation and extremism has defended the right of British Muslims to travel to Syria and fight.<p>Farooq Siddiqui, a former regional manager for the government's controversial Prevent strategy, said it was acceptable for Britons to "walk the walk" …

Olympus’ New Anywhere Classroom Video Series is Another Great Resource to Watch

There’s no shortage of great photography resources out there for photographers of all levels who want to continue honing their skills, and joining …

Series of Brooding Landscape Photographs of Balmedie Beach During Inclement Weather

<i>Dark Beach</i> is a series of brooding landscape photographs that are an exploration of Balmedie beach during inclement weather. Under these bleak …

Landscape Photography

Pictures of the week: The Mutant Vehicles Of Burning Man, by Sidney Erthal and Scott London

Each week, the Guardian Weekend magazine's editorial team choose a picture, or series of pictures, with a powerful or surprising story to tell. This week, their choice is Sidney Erthal and Scott London's take on the customised vehicles of Nevada's Burning Man festival

7 Proven Ways to Come Home with Better Travel Photos

Your next vacation or around-the-world escapade is the perfect time to brush up on your photography skills. After all, taking a great photograph is …

Travel

The Demise of Aperture and iPhoto: What Does it Mean?

The shoe has finally dropped. Apple confirmed today that it’s ditching Aperture, its photo management tool, and iPhoto, its consumer photo editing app, in favor of Photos, a brand new desktop and iOS duo slated for debut in 2015.<p>It all makes sense. While Aperture has undergone some fairly high …

Mars Curiosity Rover Commemorates One Martian Year Anniversary by Taking a Selfie

Last Tuesday, on June 24th, NASA’s Mars Curiosity Rover marked the one Martian year anniversary since it touched down on the red planet and began …

An Interesting BTS Look at What It Takes to Be a Cave Photographer

It might not be one of the best-known or most popular genres of the trade, but cave photography is an actual thing… and it’s not easy.<p>In the behind …

Ansel Adams’s Arca Swiss 4×5 Camera Set to Be Auctioned Off Next Month

It’s not often a piece of photographic history as important as this goes up for auction. What you see above is the Arca Swiss 4×5 camera that Ansel …

Natasha Khan: 'I like to get involved in visually based art'

Natasha Khan stands in her east London garden, arms outstretched. Her black kimono hangs unbelted over pale jeans and a T-shirt printed in geometric monochrome. Later, in her kitchen, she explains that she designed the pattern herself, in her front room, laboriously cutting shapes from black paper. …