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Porsche Introduces a Convertible That Won't Mess Up Your Hair

Porsche Introduces a Convertible That Won't Mess Up Your Hair

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Tips for entepreneurs

If you're in the early stages of a start-up, read this business advice from ILLUME's start-up reporter and entrepreneur, Azeem Khan.

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Mary Meeker and her 2013 Internet Trends Report

Mary Meeker gave her infamous Internet Trends Report for 2013 last week in California at the D11 conference. Here's the most important slides from the presentation.

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Online Classes May Force Changes at Universities

Many top tier universities are now offering free courses online-- How is this changing the way Americans are learning? Do you still need to go to a top-tier university to get top-tier education? Read what Voice of America has to say about this!

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Yahoo's $1.1 billion acquisition of Tumblr: Good or bad?

Yahoo's board of directors approved a deal to buy Tumblr on Sunday. This acquisiting is what many were waiting for, since Marissa Mayer took to the helm of Yahoo! last year. It's a good time for Yahoo. Here's a breakdown of what lies ahead for Yahoo!.

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how to sell your gold

Gold is on its way out and stocks are back in. Billionaire George Soros sold much of his gold and recently bought a huge stake in JC Penney. So if you're looking to unload some of your gold, here's a how-to guide.

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Canadian Entrepreneurs Teach Kids to Love Arabic

Muslim Canadian tech entrepreneurs have created a storybook app to teach children Arabic.

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iPhone Device Tells if Your Food is Really Organic

Unless you grow your own food on a roof or balcony or in traditional backyard garden, the Lapka iPhone device might be for you.

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Qatari Students Create Navigation System for the Blind

An all-female team of students from Qatar University has created a wearable navigation device for the blind and visually imparied.

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Kids of the Ummah: An App to Celebrate Muslim Cultures Worldwide

Australian graphic designer and award-winning digital artist Peter Gould has just released his newest creative project, Kids of the Ummah, a book and app series intended to celebrate Muslim cultures worldwide.