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IBM Just Unveiled Its Own Bespoke Typeface

Back in 1961, technology giant IBM launched an innovative electric typewriter called the Selectric, which was incredibly cool for its time, and not just because it had a sleek, boxy curvilinear design that was available in a variety of…

What Will Replace the Smartphone?

Today, nearly eight in 10 Americans own a smartphone, and we've become accustomed to using them for everything from listening to music, taking pictures, reading news and posting on social media to shopping and making financial transactions.…

Why Carmakers Are Ditching the Spare Tire

If you've been shopping for a new car recently, you may have noticed something missing from many newer models: a spare tire. How can that be? What's a driver to do when they get a flat if they don't have a spare?But it's true: According to…

Modern Cars Are Kind of Boring. Why Is That?

Is your car boring? Many of us can answer this question with a straightforward "yes." When the Toyota Camry and the Ford F-Series are the top-selling car and truck in the U.S., with combined 2016 sales of 1.2 million, many Americans are…

iOS 11.2 Beta 1 Released for Testing

Apple has released the first iOS 11.2 beta for iPhone and iPad users participating in the beta testing program. The initial iOS 11.2 beta 1 release is available for developers, but presumably will arrive to public beta users soon after.The