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Apple's Browett guides tour of new Beijing store, confirms upcoming Shenzhen location

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Apple is gearing up to open its third store in Beijing on the famous Wangfujing shopping street. Taking the title as the largest store in Asia, the three-story location demonstrates Apple’s heavy investment to court the Chinese market. The Next Web (in conjunction with the Beijinger) attended a media preview...
Apple's Browett guides tour of new Beijing store, confirms upcoming Shenzhen location

Fast Times In East Berlin: Exploring Europe's New Startup Capital

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It is pitch black and freezing and I am in an old, abandoned ice factory in East Berlin. The view from the roof is grand - the iconic, Socialist-era TV tower nicely defines Berlin's skyline from across the Spree River. But we are here to see the art, our guide...
Fast Times In East Berlin: Exploring Europe's New Startup Capital
Look At The Fantastical Set Built For Sean Parker's $10 Million Wedding

We're live from Mobile World Congress 2012!

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It may be the dead of winter, but you wouldn't know that in Barcelona. The sun's shining bright on Fira, the Spanish city's main exhibition center, as construction crews work furiously (read: gather on staircases for seemingly day-long lunch breaks) to prepare for Mobile World Congress. We've arrived in...
We're live from Mobile World Congress 2012!

The Patent Beasts

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The Patent Beasts: Charles Duhigg and Steve Lohr in their in-depth look at the tech patent fiasco for The New York Times: The number of patent applications, computer-related and otherwise, filed each year at the United States patent office has increased by more than 50 percent over the last decade...
The Patent Beasts

Apple out to patent curved glass panels used in Shanghai Retail Store

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Apple has filed a patent application for the curved glass panels used in its store in Pudong, Shanghai, one of five stores in China. Apple is known for its glass façades and glass staircases—for which it received a design patent back in 2002, famously listing founder Steve Jobs among its inventors. The panels are designed...
Apple out to patent curved glass panels used in Shanghai Retail Store
Apple granted trademark protections for the interior of the Apple Store
A photographer's quest to appreciate (and database) the best escalators in the world
J. Crew CEO, Apple Board Member Mickey Drexler Reveals Steve Jobs' iCar Dream, Confirms "Living Room" Plans
Good Job Wreaking Sauron-Like Destruction on an Ancient Redwood Forest, Sean Parker
Sean Parker Was Fined $2.5 Million For His Extravagant Big Sur Wedding

Apple Opening Massive New Beijing Retail Store This Weekend

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Apple is preparing to open its third retail store in Beijing this weekend, with the massive new Wangfujung store representing yet another high-profile entry for the company. The Next Web was on hand for the media preview today, gaining an early look at the new store and hearing from Apple...
Apple Opening Massive New Beijing Retail Store This Weekend

Is 'Apple Store Fever' Trashing the Macy's Flagship?

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What are we, Lemon–farmers? (Photo: flickr.com/idovermani) The Macy’s flagship at Herald Square is currently in the process of a long overdue top-to-bottom renovation. She’s still a grand old lady, with her wooden escalators and gleaming elevators, but her finery was starting to look a little tattered and we wouldn’t want...
Is 'Apple Store Fever' Trashing the Macy's Flagship?

laughingsquid: Secret Passage Decals That Look Like Hidden...

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laughingsquid: Secret Passage Decals That Look Like Hidden Staircases From Zelda Want....
laughingsquid: Secret Passage Decals That Look Like Hidden...

'Star Wars' M.C. Escher Lego model a perfect geek storm

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What happens when you combine "Star Wars" and M.C. Escher's crazy staircases into a Lego diorama? Geek heaven. [Read more]...
'Star Wars' M.C. Escher Lego model a perfect geek storm
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