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More Gundam Anime Is Coming Westward And The Origin Tops The Manga Charts Again

Video Over at this year’s Anime Expo, RightStuf recently announced that they have plans to bring a lot more Gundam anime out in the West in the coming future. With the classic Mobile Suit Gundam to receive a full release on BluRay, including both the TV series and movie trilogy. The series [...]

Apple Music's Dangerous Gamble

At its heart, Apple Music is a simple proposition. For your monthly subscription fee, Apple will offer you access to a library of over 30 million tracks. But subscribing requires sacrifice. You have to hand over control of your iTunes music library to Apple and hope that Cupertino's arrogance will preserve your music collection.

One Of The Biggest Fourth Of July Fireworks Shows Ever Happened Over A Century Ago

Today's fireworks displays can be grandiose, but few are as audacious as the explosions set off on top of a Colorado mountain over a century ago.

Taiwan Business Collusion Said To Endure Three Years After AU's $500 Mln Price-Fixing Fine

It’s been three years since AU Optronics and other Taiwan companies were found to be involved in fixing the prices of LCD panels sold in the United States. AU was hit with a $500 million U.S. government fine. Executives reportedly conspired to fix prices in hotels, bars and tea shops.Taiwan [...]

A Summer 2015 Reading List For Creative Leaders

By David Slocum The opening months of 2015 brought important and helpful new titles for creative leaders. Among the works providing fresh ideas have been Herminia Ibarra’s Act Like a Leader, Think Like a Leader, Google VP for People Operations Laszlo Bock’s manifesto, Work Rules!, Tim Leberecht’s similarly far-reaching call to re-think business [...]

Tylt Vu Review: The Practical Wireless Charger For Your Smartphone

Tylt's Vu Wireless Charger is not only a stylish Qi-enabled wireless charger, but also a tilted desk stand that offers easier access to your smartphone while it is charging.

iPhone 6S Will Keep Worst iPhone 6 Feature

Apple will disappoint many with by retaining this...

Allergic To Change And Profit, Reddit Risks Eating Itself

Art: BoxHeadStudio Reddit’s temper tantrum has more or less subsided. Nearly every big subreddit that went dark in the wake of yesterday’s site-wide protest has reopened to the public. Nothing particularly noteworthy happened that ended the strike. Reddit martyr Victoria Taylor was not rehired, nor were the specifics of her firing even [...]

How Google Glass v2 Could Change The Enterprise

Google Glass Grows Up This week a new device passed through the FCC—codenamed GG1—and many have speculated that it’s the next generation of the Google Glass hardware. While the Explorer Edition was anything but a runaway success, what some are calling the "Enterprise Edition" could very well be what Glass needs to take [...]

Apple Is Forcing Ubiquity And Conformity On Consumers

Being locked into a single ecosystem isn't necessarily a good thing I stepped off a train in London one morning and it struck me how many genuine and knock-off Barbour quilted jackets were among the commuter throng. And it made me think about just how commonplace they’ve become to the point [...]

Apple Loop: Frustrating iPhone 6S Leak, iOS 8.4's Nasty Surprise, Apple Music Corrupts iTunes

This week’s Apple Loop includes a look at the disappointing iPhone 6S leak, the launch of Apple Music, iOS 8.4's strengths and weaknesses, the update to iTunes and issues with iCloud Music, the new iPod range, Apple's US market share numbers, and the first full trailer for 'Steve Jobs'.

Android Circuit: Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge Fight, Google Battles With Microsoft, Emoji Hit Gmail

This week’s Android Circuit includes the fight between Samsung's Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, the leaked details of the Galaxy Note 5, details on the third-generation Moto G, ComScore's US market share data, a release date for Fallout Shelter on Android, Sony's bizarre naming policy on the Xperia Z4, Google's branding battle with Microsoft, and the emoji avalanche hitting Gmail.

Love Apple's New Radio But Hate The DJs? FreeBeats1 Follows The Music, Not The Talk

Only a few days after Apple Music has launched, there are already many who don’t like the service, and now there is even one app that is purposefully looking to copy the new entrant’s model, but with one very noticeable exception. 6 Seconds—a relatively new streaming service that was built to [...]

The Best - And Worst - Degree Subjects If You Want A Job

New figures show where graduates in different subjects find themselves six months after leaving university - and they make surprising reading.

Congress Should Protect Intellectual Property Patent Rights

With investors watching events in Greece with concern, Congress has opportunities to take critical steps to protect enterprise and entrepreneurship in the United States, isolating us from the turmoil that plagues the European Union. Among other things, private property rights and patent laws make America unique. It stands to reason [...]

5 Reasons Why LinkedIn Users Still Need A Good Resume

Why hasn't LinkedIn completely replaced the need for resumes? This question was originally answered by Gayle Laakmann McDowell.

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