iPhone Case Makers Are Loving This Whole iPhone SE Thing

One important thing you should know about the iPhone SE, Apple’s new budget-minded smartphone, is that it doesn’t just look like the iPhone 5s. It’s dimensionally identical to the iPhone 5s, which means your dusty old iPhone 5s case will fit it perfectly. That’s good news for packrats. But the …

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The Division’s Big Message: People Are Kiiinda Horrible

I watched a man die. Inches from me, right off of Fifth Avenue. He started coughing violently before falling to his knees. Convulsions consumed his ailing body. As he lay there, contorted, slowly shifting onto his back, he reached out to me, eyes pleading for help. For the past few …

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Apple’s Got Millions of Reasons to Make a Smaller iPhone

After weeks of rumors, no one was surprised when Apple revealed its latest iPhone. The 4-inch iPhone SE is essentially an iPhone 5s on the outside but with the more advanced guts of the iPhone 6S on the inside. What is surprising is that, after going all-in on bigger phones, …

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Review: 2017 Acura NSX

It’s been a hot minute since Acura launched a true supercar. The last time we saw a salacious, ceiling-smashing, mortgage-busting two-seater from Honda’s upscale outfit, Ayrton Senna and McLaren were dominating Formula One. That was 1990, when the Acura NSX crashed the supercar party. It was a revelation for Honda—a …

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Finally, Mickey Mouse Gets the Epic Scholarly Analysis He Deserves

Mickey Mouse is surely among the most recognizable pop cultural figures in history. Since his creation in 1928, Disney’s iconic mammal has appeared in films and books, on TV and clothing, and as games and toys. Artists from Saul Steinberg to Andy Warhol have celebrated and censured him. Yet art historians …

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Uber Will Pay $10,000 ‘Bug Bounties’ to Friendly Hackers

Uber’s business model is based on a simple notion: Why employ drivers full time when you can hire them more efficiently as freelancers? It’s no surprise, then, that the company’s come to the same conclusion on cybersecurity, recruiting an army of gig-economy hackers who are paid by the exploit instead …

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