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I just like thinking about a bezel-less iPhone

Every day I read a lot of gadget news. And, mixed in with all that gadget news, there are always a few plausible iPhone 7 and fantastical iPhone 8 rumors. iPhone rumors are notoriously difficult to deal with — they're in such hot demand, there's a high incentive for people to make shit up. So they …

However we vote, the elites will win the EU referendum

The exultation of referendums is one of the indicators that we’ve lost confidence, not only in politicians but also in the democratic capabilities of our political system. It’s an acknowledgment that, in this epoch of elites and corporate power, these have been fatally corrupted.<p>Our European allies …

Europe

The Best Visualization of Climate Change isn’t a Graph—It’s a Death Spiral

If you think you’re hot right now, just wait.<p>NOAA’s land & ocean temperature records for April, 2016. Global temperatures can be broadly summarized …

Roberto Saviano: London is heart of global financial corruption

The financial services industry based in the City of London facilitates a system that makes the UK the most corrupt nation in the world, the anti-mafia journalist Roberto Saviano said at the Hay festival.<p>Saviano, who has been living under armed police guard for more than 10 years after writing an …

Corruption

We are only beginning to understand the recent, mysterious honey bee die offs

Honey bees are arguably our most important commercially available pollinator. They are responsible for pollinating numerous food plants that make our diets more exciting and nutritious, including many fruits, vegetables, and nuts.<p>Beekeepers expect some of their bees to die off from season to …

A world war has begun. Break the silence.

In an address at the University of Sydney, John Pilger describes the beckoning danger of a nuclear war and the propaganda that smothers dissent.