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Lego

20 Must-See Art Museums In America

There's much more to the world's great art museums than just the Louvre and the Prado. In fact, you can skip the jaunt across the Atlantic altogether and set your sights on some world-class art collections right here in the U.S. Even if you're not planning a trip entirely around art, chances are …

Museums

TV Sex Scenes: House of Cards, Girls, How to Get Away With Murder

Story by <b>Eliana Dockterman</b> Video by <b>Diane Tsai</b><p>In the first episode of <i>Girls</i>, Lena Dunham’s Hannah Horvath submits herself to awkward, humiliating …

TV

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Travel

Google News buries news of Google's FTC investigation under Daniel Lyons fluff

Search is Google's primary product.<p>Its search engine is so widely used that "Google" has become a dictionary-approved verb, and the company makes virtually all of its money by selling ads connected to search.<p>But Google's ventures into self-driving cars and balloons that deliver Internet …

Artificial Intelligence

DSLR vs. Mirrorless | Are Mirrorless Cameras Really the Future Of Photography?

One of the most common phrases in photography circles these days is that “mirrorless is the future.” Like many other predictions, we usually tend to …

Cameras

18 Libraries Every Book Lover Should Visit In Their Lifetime

If you love books, libraries are some of the most spectacular buildings in the world.<p>To celebrate these monumentally important buildings, we've complied a list of the most magnificent libraries on the planet.<p>From a library hidden in the forests of Beijing to one in Egypt that was designed like a …

Genealogy

Will China become the next Germany?

<i>John Ibbitson is completing a one-year leave of absence from The Globe and Mail, during which he served as a senior fellow at the</i> Centre for International Governance Innovation <i>while working on a book. He returns to The Globe in January.</i><p>The best kind of book asks a big question, tries to answer it …

German History

Why Canadians should consider Poloz's overvalued housing warning

Stephen Poloz has done a novel thing for a central banker. He's bluntly told most Canadians that their most valuable asset is worth far less than they think it is.<p>When the Governor of the Bank of Canada presented research last week arguing that Canadian homes are 10- to 30-per-cent overvalued, it …

Canadian Real Estate

Goldman Sachs, HSBC, And Others Have Been Accused Of Rigging The Metals Market

In a complaint filed Tuesday in the US District Court in Manhattan, units of Goldman, BASF, HSBC Holdings Plc, and South Africa's Standard Bank Group Ltd were accused of having conspired since 2007 to rig the twice-daily platinum and palladium "fixings" and the prices of futures and options based …

Goldman Sachs

How Apple got to a (pre-split) $799.26

Apple set a new all-time high Friday, closing at $114.18 — nearly $800 in pre-split shares.<p>For those who remember Sept. 2012, when $700 a share was …

These iOS apps will help you buy and sell a house

Advertisement<p>6 Comments<p>Looking for properties, getting your finances in order, and fixing up both the house you are looking to sell (as well as the …

Will music be free in the future?

As corporations and musicians look for new ways to get our attention – and our money - what does this mean for the fans? Greg Kot explains.<p>From Taylor Swift and U2 to Garth Brooks and Iggy Pop, there has been a lot of noise in recent weeks from artists and bands testing new business models, …

New Albums

Forget Taylor Swift: Spotify is facing a much bigger problem

Spotify is growing nicely. The Swedish-born streaming music service now has 12.5 million paying subscribers, and 50 million active users.<p>That’s an increase of 25% on both measures over the past six months —attractive growth rates in anyone’s book.<p>The update on subscriber growth was contained a …

Google Play

Web TV Arrives. Over The Top TV Is Here This Time.

If you have been thinking about cutting the cable cord, you had to look down a long dark alley of missing content and a lonely flatscreen TV. But a number of new services are now showing up to fill that gap and provide a true TV experience that could herald the arrival of the OTT - Over The Top - …

Televisions

Apple's Design Boss Jony Ive Gives A Rare On-Stage Interview

Apple's design boss Jony Ive gave a rare live interview at Vanity Fair's New Establishment Summit in San Francisco Thursday night.<p>Ive spoke with Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter about a variety of topics, with a heavy focus on Apple's current lineup of consumer gadgets: The iPhone 6 and Apple …

T-Mobile CEO Legere on iPhone Bendgate: It's horse dung

The ever-flamboyant John Legere says that if you could see the face of the man trying to bend an iPhone 6 Plus, it would probably be purple.<p>Sometimes, you need to curse to make your point.<p>In the case of T-Mobile CEO John Legere, a curseless statement is rarer than a polar bear in Silicon …

T-Mobile

If You Are Willing To Delay Your Retirement A Little, You Can End Up With A Lot More Money

When people—especially baby boomers–start to get serious about retirement planning, they are almost always shocked and dismayed. That occurs for two reasons.<p>First, they discover that they simply haven’t saved enough money. According to the Employee Benefit Research Institute, more than 60% of …

The Steve Jobs Nobody Knew

How an insecure, acid-dropping hippie kid reinvented himself as a technological visionary - and changed the world<p>When I first met Steve Jobs, I …

Silicon Valley

You Can Explain eBay's $50 Billion Turnaround With Just This One Crazy Story

Between 2005 and 2007, its stock price was cut in half and its market cap shrank by $30 billion.<p>In October 2007, eBay admitted that Skype, a company it had acquired for $2.5 billion two years earlier, was actually worth less than half of that.<p>During the third quarter of 2007, eBay lost money for …

Startups