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Valued at more than $46 billion in 2014, Chinese electronics company Xiaomi has experienced little growth recently.<p>Xiaomi was once the most valuable tech startup in the world. Now it's flatlining.<p>The Chinese smartphone and electronics company's revenues barely grew in 2015, according to a new …
“You run a startup that helps people start startups? Ha! You know this is a bubble, right? How many ‘instagram for dogs’ can there be!?”<p>This is what …
This story originally appeared on Business Insider<p>Tired of wasting your time watching cat videos or scrolling through your Facebook newsfeed? Want to be more productive next time you go online?<p>Here's a list of websites that will actually make you smarter:<p><b>1. Digital Photography School —</b> Read through …Productivity
From ‘Donkey Kong’ to the NES — how a Japanese company took over the American living room. An exclusive first serial from ‘Console Wars.’<p><i>The</i> …Retrogaming
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Exit polls quoted by Russian news agencies say about 93% of voters in #Crimea have backed joining Russia and seceding from #Ukraine http://bbc.in/1kVhee9 Polls closed at 18:00 GMT and officials hailed a "record" turnout. Preliminary results are expected within hours. Many opponents boycotted the vote, which has been rejected by the US and the EU as illegitimate. More on the Crimea vote: LIVE text and video http://bbc.in/1kVhgCL Is Crimea's referendum legal? http://bbc.in/1kVhgCR VIDEO: "We have always felt Russian." http://bbc.in/1kVhee5 Photo courtesy of Dan Kitwood/Getty Images.
In the series of <i>Seinfeld</i> episodes in which Jerry and George pitch a sitcom to NBC, they describe that pitch–and, of course, <i>Seinfeld</i> itself–as “<i>Seinfeld</i>, a show about nothing.” Of course it isn’t; it’s about a certain breed of privileged Upper West Siders, dating in your 30s, and the unwritten rules …
It’s not simply because they are annoying, argues Tom Stafford, it’s because they trigger a deep-seated rage within us by breaking the moral order of the road.<p>Something about cyclists seems to provoke fury in other road users. If you doubt this, try a search for the word "cyclist" on Twitter. As I …Psychology