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Botnet, self driving trucks, facial recognition... This article on breakthrough technologies in the MIT Technology Review sounds like a checklist for an episode of Black Mirror.

How all those live-action Disney remakes are actually made.

6 everyday objects we really know nothing about.

Can they work this out so that we don't need to, er, stop for bathroom breaks?

The history of green dye. And the history of blue pigment in art while we're at it.

The first truly intelligent machine will be humanity's last invention.

Looks like things are about to get interesting.

The March Madness of sneakers—except you decide who wins the bracket.

Working on something? Adobe's creative tutorials for businesses are actually helpful. So is Kickstarter's list of services that can aid in the process of completing all types of projects.

Highly upsetting.

NY Mag explains the social media phenomenon in design that is "Millennial Pink."

If you've ever wanted to travel to Westeros...

Remix 2007 forever with the Magipod.

Electric Planes: Interesting idea, and I wonder what it would sound like. Electric power aside, it would still have turbines, no?

A new drone-car hybrid from Airbus—autonomous flying cars!

This artist draws apps as anime characters.

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