Tamari Kereselidze

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My Camera Switch from Canon to Nikon, and Then Back Again

I love Canon cameras. I really do. And it was with great regret that I moved away from Canon last year after being an EOS system user my entire life. …

Marketers Will Drool Over Facebook’s New Signup Ads That Auto-Fill Your Email Or Number

Businesses desperately want your email address, but it’s annoying to enter it on mobile. Cue Facebook’s latest News Feed ads. A marketer can buy an ad asking for you to sign-up for a newsletter or request a sales call, and with two-taps you can auto-fill your email address, phone number, or other …

How 3 Entrepreneurs Went from Welfare to Multi-Million Business in Five Years

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Zaycon Fresh is an unusual business with an unusual story. Two brothers and their cousin, all on welfare after they fell on hard times during the recession, decided to start a business. Today, this business holds events throughout the …

Entrepreneurship

Christophe Debon: One Of The Best Street Photographers Of Our Time

<b>All Photographs (c) Christophe Debon</b><p>Few photographers (dead or alive) make me jealous. Christophe Debon is an exception. I am terribly jealous of his work, it's damn good. As a street photographer there is lots of competition, but not much that worries me. This work worries me as it gives a whole …

Kickstarter Alert: LightUp Faraday Kit - Electronics & Coding for Kids Without the Stress

Reading Time: 3 minutes<p>It’s refreshing to see an electronics and coding teaching kit for kids that not only gives them a lot of freedom to explore …

Think the Apple Watch is unintuitive? Check out this iPhone introduction

My Apple Watch arrived three weeks ago and I still struggle with it sometimes. I’ll try to access the ‘glances’ from within an app (not possible), try a Force Touch ‘deep press’ only to be met with a Watch shake (the equivalent of an alert sound on the Mac), or try the Digital Crown on interfaces …

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Architectural Symmetry

When we think of the Netherlands we think of tulips, windmills, clogs, bicycles and from today also brilliant architecture. With a background in …

Architecture

The Psychology Of Skyscrapers

Could living in the sky subtly influence our perspective of space, distance, and height?<p>“Living in high-rises required a special type of behavior, one that was acquiescent, restrained, perhaps even slightly mad.” So declares the protagonist (rather presciently, a producer of television …

Fortune.com

• 1. To license Fortune articles, excerpts, or headlines for republication in various media (including books, eBooks, film, web, newsletters, …

Summer Fashion Flicks Provide New Insights

In "Saint Laurent," the latest French bio film about the famed designer, an aged Yves is recounting one of his dreams. He meets "Mademoiselle Chanel" for dinner at the Ritz, and afterward the two ramble down the Rue Cambon. Their eyes land simultaneously on the shop windows and then the two begin …

Intel admits USB-C is the connector of the future by adopting it for Thunderbolt 3

With Apple and Google both warmly embracing the new USB-C connector in their new computers this year, the fate of the fast, but rarely used, Thunderbolt standard was coming into question. What would the future hold for Thunderbolt if most of its utility was to be replaced by a more convenient and …

Thunderbolt

Angel investor says he'll only invest in startups that have women as founders

One angel investor wants an investment portfolio full of women.<p>Jonathan Sposato, a Seattle-based entrepreneur and the CEO of photo editing software …

Conquering Digital Distraction

Sinan Koçaslan/iStockphoto<p>Digital overload may be the defining problem of today’s workplace. All day and night, on desktops, laptops, tablets, and smartphones, we’re bombarded with so many messages and alerts that even when we want to focus, it’s nearly impossible. And when we’re tempted to …

Blocks Wearables will start taking orders for its modular smartwatch this summer

We got a sense of what Blocks Wearables is trying to achieve back at CES earlier this year. There, the company showed off a design mock-up for a smartwatch that could have interchangeable modules, a concept similar to what Google has been shooting for in smartphones with Project Ara. While the CES …

Electrophotography: Creating Photos with the Xerox Photocopying Process

Most photocopiers (AKA Xerox machines) these days use a technology called xerography, which is also known as electrophotography. While it’s almost …

What The Justice Department’s New Drone Rules Mean For Your Privacy

More paper work for special agents, more privacy for you<p>Announced Friday, the Department of Justice has some brand-new guidelines for how its agencies (the United States Marshals Service, FBI, DEA, and ATF) can use drones while still respecting the civil rights of American citizens. The guidance …

Surveillance

Mobile Internet To Be Worth More Than Apple By 2018

Smartphone sales growth is slowing to less than 10 percent annually to 2018, and mobile networks saw just 5 percent growth in the last decade. So while Apple continues to knock it out of the park and Xiaomi skyrockets, mobile Internet is <i>the</i> mobile growth market.<p>Digi-Capital now forecasts almost 3x …

Mobile

10 things in tech you need to know today

<b>1. Apple design chief Jony Ive has been promoted to chief design officer.</b> Two executives in the company's design team will take over most of his day-to-day responsibilities.<p><b>2. Twitter has reportedly held talks to acquire Flipboard.</b> The deal would be worth over $1 billion.<p><b>3. Charter Communications</b> …

Jony Ive

NASA competition pays you to design a 3D-printed habitat

If NASA is going to put humans on Mars and other distant worlds, it's going to need a place for explorers to stay -- and it wants your help building those extraterrestrial homes. The agency has launched the 3D Printed Habitat Challenge, a competition to develop the best artificial housing for space …

Electronic skin makes your body a computer

<b>(CNN) —</b> A patch of gold, just a few centimeters wide and light as a feather, could reveal your innermost thoughts and feelings.<p>This is the premise of Professor John Rogers' Biostamp. By attaching flexible, miniature sensors to the user's temple, he has been able to track brain waves in real time …

Brainwaves

6 Quick Ways to Organize Your Living Room This Spring

From rearranging furniture to rethinking multipurpose pieces, here are a few things you can do in a day.<p><b>1. Rearrange Your Furniture</b>Your space might be prone to messiness because of the layout. Recruit your partner, family members, or roommates to move around some furniture to make your living room …

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Sorry, Pirates: Microsoft Says No Free Windows 10 For You

Microsoft made waves in January when it announced that Windows 10, the next version of its desktop operating system, would be released as a free upgrade to anyone running Windows 7 or 8. But anyone with "non-genuine" installations of Windows, which is a nice way of saying pirated copies, will not …

Windows 10