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Video games don't exist separately in a virtual world; they are a part of modern culture as much as film, TV or music.
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In this video, Keith Yamashita talks about how maximizing your business' potential can expand it to an unlimited future.
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Artwork at the Worth Pop-Up starts at £1 million, and only social media can drive the prices down.
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A new feature makes waves with real-time audio and text translations.
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How immersive, interactive technology is helping to advance a legendary brand.
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ODIN aims to do for visual content what high-end Bluetooth speakers did for music.
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Tidal energy may become one of the best sources of renewable energy.
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A new line of low-fat, protein-packed snacks are changing the way we consume food.
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Floow2 lets businesses rent out unused equipment.
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Ubisoft's new game features a hacker who can access people's personal information and control public transport.
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The Social Effort Scale analyzes a person's online activities and tells them whether they're trying too hard.
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The moon becomes a wi-fi hotspot, Google has little diversity and Uber may replace drivers with self-driven vehicles.
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CoeLux is a device that replicates daylight in any space.
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The SkyWatch app lets amateur star gazers can hone in on celestial events as they happen.
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Vittel developed a special cap with a built-in timer to remind people to drink more water.
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The parallel between the unwanted plants and graffiti is used to prove a point.
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Mechanization and gestures add new livability to a cramped space.
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New apps and tech products are trying to bring users back face-to-face.
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Teamwork is the only way to gain access to this carbonated beverage.
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Inspired shapes, modularity, portability, and alternate power methods are behind new models this year.
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Dutch company claims to have a wind turbine that is 80% more efficient than existent turbines.
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This new product is a modular device with features like attachable lenses, long exposure photos, and unlimited multiple exposures.
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Why an investment in tools and platforms is essential for growth in new media.
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Winners of the D&AD Awards have been announced, with a strong emphasis on rewarding creativity for charitable campaigns.
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Soulfill double dares you to engage with your environment.
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Metaio's Thermal Touch is an augmented reality interface designed for the future of wearable displays.
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Tunnel Vision draws on information from the MTA and the NYC Open Data initiative to tell a story about modern life in the city.
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Data Vaporizer smoke machine makes the invisible visible.
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TRMTAB is a line of tech device sleeves created from upcycled leather that helps reduce pollution.
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MIT researchers create an algorithm to cloak public eyesores like electrical boxes.
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