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Topics Launch for Readers in the UK and India

Until now, Flipboard’s 34,000 topics have been only accessible to readers in the U.S. and Canada. But with today’s update, readers in the UK and …

6 Reasons Travelers Are Upgrading to iPhone 6 and 6 Plus

My husband just purchased an iPhone 6 Plus in anticipation of a long trip next month, and I'm pondering whether to get that version, or the slightly smaller iPhone 6. For the past couple of weeks, I've been writing down questions, and talking with my friendly local geniuses and …

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More Than 300 Sharks In Australia Are Now On Twitter

Sharks in Western Australia are now tweeting out where they are — in a way.<p>Government researchers have tagged 338 sharks with acoustic transmitters that monitor where the animals are. When a tagged shark is about half a mile away from a beach, it triggers a computer alert, which tweets out a …

Samsung reveals new wireless streaming speaker, home theater system, portable stereo and two TV soundbars

Clearly Sonos, Samsung's been peeking at your Play:1 playbook. After introducing the Shape wireless streaming audio system and the M7 speaker mere months ago, the Korean company is now ready to reveal a new, smaller member of the family, the M5, at CES. This new model has only three drivers (down …

Never Take a Bad Picture Again

Look Up at the camera<p>As a selfie pro, <b>Rihanna</b> knows that a slight stare up at the camera is the quickest way to a sexy smoulder. It also raises your …

Happy New Year's in Pictures

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Portraits Made Electric by Luminescent Neon Paint

Flecks of vivid neon paint glow brilliantly off faces and shoulders in this series of portraits by Portuguese photographer Hid Saib. At times, the glowing paint seems like the scattered embers of a fire or an explosive shower of sparks racing across the cheeks of the model. In other instances, the …

2013 Year in Review: Design Store(y)

Our second year of our column, Design Store(y), sent us around the world spending time inside design-focused shops, interviewing shop owners to hear …

What to Do with Leftover Wine

<i>Inspired by conversations on the Food52 Hotline, we're sharing tips and tricks that make navigating all of our kitchens easier and more fun.</i><p><i>Today: So you popped the cork on too many bottles this holiday season (who didn't?) -- here's what to do with all that wine when it's no longer good enough to</i> …

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BlackBerry Co-Founder Cuts Stake to Under Five Percent

TORONTO — BlackBerry Ltd. co-founder Michael Lazaridis disclosed in a regulatory filing Tuesday he cut his combined stake with another company …

Remittances throw lifeline to Philippines' typhoon survivors

PALO, Philippines (Reuters) - A sister living on the other side of the world gave Roberto Retanal what he needed most to piece his humble home back together after the devastating typhoon that tore through his village in the central Philippines last month.<p>A giant Christmas lantern is seen in a …

Snowden warns of loss of privacy in Christmas message

LONDON (Reuters) - Former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, who revealed details of electronic surveillance by American and British spy services, warned of the dangers posed by a loss of privacy in a message broadcast to Britain on Christmas Day.<p>In a two-minute video recorded …

UK immigration bill could create 'climate of ethnic profiling' – UNHCR

The UN refugee agency has condemned David Cameron's proposed immigration laws over fears they could stigmatise foreigners, deny housing to people in need and create a "climate of ethnic profiling".<p>In a highly critical document, the office of the United Nations high commissioner for refugees, …

If U.S. troops leave Afghanistan, much civilian aid may go too

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - For years, U.S. officials have pointed to the improvements in the everyday lives of Afghans made possible by billions of dollars in aid from the United States and elsewhere.<p>A boy looks at U.S. Army soldiers of 2nd Battalion, 1st Infantry Regiment interrogating civilians while …

Open Thread: What Will You Give The World This Year?

Maybe it’s the ham and biscuit brunch talking, but here’s something we’ve never done: an open thread. To celebrate our new Facebook commenting system, I’d like you all to start sharing what you’d like to give the world this Christmas. Is it your start-up? Is it a new hardware project? Is it a great …

Analysis - Struggle for resources at root of Central Africa religious violence

BANGUI (Reuters) - Mariam watched in horror as militiamen burst through the gate of her home in Central African Republic’s capital Bangui and demanded her husband say whether he was Muslim. When he said yes, they shot him dead.<p>Families displaced from violence take shelter at the Don Bosco Catholic …

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Coal in their stockings

Coal-fired power plants are shutting their doors at a record pace — and for the most part, nobody’s building new ones.<p>The latest round in the war on coal? Not exactly. The reality is that Americans’ lights will stay on just fine even as coal plants continue to close, thanks to a quiet revolution in …

Christmas tablets: 1993 vs 2013

The Telegraph takes a look at how tech Christmas gifts have evolved over the last 20 years<p>In may seem like tablets have only been popular for the past few years, but they have actually been on Christmas lists for the past two decades.<p>An Apple tablet in 1993 would have cost £428 for only 150kb of …

Thai PM unveils reform plan but protesters still threaten poll

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra unveiled a plan on Wednesday to create an independent reform council to try to appease opponents who, angered by her billionaire family’s political dominance, are calling for her resignation.<p>The proposal, which comes after weeks of …

Target May Be Liable For Up To $3.6 Billion From Credit Card Data Breach

This is not exactly the merriest of times for Target. Last week the retailer revealed that credit card data from 40 million customers had been stolen. Now it looks like the giant retailer could be liable for up to $3.6 billion.<p>Target could face a $90 fine for each cardholder’s data compromised, …

Hello 2014: China’s slower growth is cause for optimism | Financial Times

<i>The second in our series of guest posts on the outlook for 2014 is by Shujie Yao of Nottingham University</i><p>This year marked a significant shift in the …

National Geographic's Best Travel Photos 2013 - in pictures

National Geographic has picked 10 of the most stunning travel images from 2013, from their daily photo feature Travel 365 Continue reading...

Sponsored post: Innovation drives nano-enabled sensors to monitor human health

What if wearing a small patch on your arm enabled the detection of an oncoming cold, allowing for treatment to deter the onset of symptoms?<p>This type …