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The Tech World’s Monuments in Glass and Steel — Subscriber content preview. or Sign In On March 30, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that the Menlo Park, Calif.-based company had finally moved into its newest quarters, a 433,555-sq.-ft. box with a parklike roof created by architect Frank Gehry. "The building itself is pretty simple and isn't fancy," Zuckerberg wrote on his Facebook page.

Investors in Chip Stocks Are Beginning to Worry the Party Is Over — After two years of a glorious rally, investors in chip stocks are beginning to worry that the party is over. The Philadelphia Semiconductor Index - or SOX, which includes 30 chipmakers like Intel, Qualcomm, and TSMC - has outperformed the Nasdaq Composite since March 2013, rising 63% during that period to the Nasdaq's 51%.

Bob Iger, Media Mogul — Subscriber content preview. or Sign In After a decade of running Walt Disney Co., CEO and chairman Bob Iger shows no signs of flagging. On March 12, Disney said it would make a sequel to Frozen, the top-grossing animated movie of all time-and announced plans for Star Wars spin-offs beyond a new trilogy.

Metal Shards in Food Are Not Uncommon — Kraft Foods is recalling 242,000 cases of its Macaroni & Cheese product because "metal shards" have been found in some boxes. The recall is getting lots of attention both because of the size of the recall and because the product is so popular.

Season 5 Episode 14 Spend — "Spend," episode 14 of the fifth season of The Walking Dead , doesn't skimp on the gore. Perhaps the title is a nod to what the producers anticipated having to do to pull off so many stomach-churning (also, stomach-dismembering) visual effects. Or perhaps it's a nod to the writers' willingness to let blood toward the end of a season.

Meet Lei Jun, China’s Phone King — Subscriber content preview. or Sign In Far from a household name in the U.S., Xiaomi is China's top smartphone maker, valued at $46 billion. This month, its ambitious CEO, Lei Jun, told an audience at the National People's Congress in Beijing that the firm's sales would grow more than 50%, to $16 billion, this year.

Use a Dollar Bill to Choose Your Size — Apple's "Spring Forward" event on Monday answered a lot of questions about the company's upcoming smartwatch. CEO Tim Cook revealed how much the various models will cost, ranging from $349 to $17,000, what the device's various apps can do, and when it will be available for purchase (April 24).

Apple Reveals More Apple Watch Details — Apple gave more details about its upcoming wearable computer, the Apple Watch, at a press briefing in San Francisco Monday. Some six months after unveiling the device, CEO Tim Cook filled in many of the blanks such as how much various versions will cost and how long the built-in battery will last.
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Apr 24, 2015

One of my favorite Corliss reviews, which I remember reading at 13 and being compelled to sneak into the theater...

Apr 24, 2015

TIME has the world's sexiest hand models: This is what it feels like to open a new Apple Watch via @Techland

Apr 22, 2015

Now you can see everything you've ever googled in one terrifying place via @Techland

Apr 20, 2015

RT @JRBoh: The original Texts From Hillary pic... Playing Gameboy en route to DC, April 1993, via @wjclibrary42 on Instagram...

Apr 18, 2015

Watch the trailer for the most anticipated Star Wars game in years via @Techland

Apr 17, 2015

"The most important relationship in life is the one you have with yourself" Diane von Furstenberg #TIME100 via @TIME

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