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Scientists use a handheld device to test for malaria
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Constructing the World’s Tallest Modular Building
It seems there are no problems too small for app developers to solve. But, in doing so, they may accidentally solve much larger ones, too.
The online fashion retailer that made it big by blurring the line between shopper and seller, then erasing it completely
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Predicting tsunamis with sound waves
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How a college dropout made a killing as the world’s leading (and only) manager of Internet memes
If you Think employees do their best work when the boss is around, Think again
DNA analysis, right on your iPhone
To stem the tide of online shopping, traditional retailers are inviting customers to come in, put their feet up—and leave the credit cards at home