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Android Finally Redesigns Its Emoji to Be Less Creepy

Android’s emoji are known for being just awfully designed. It’s not just a matter of style—in some cases they’re so different from other platforms that they can lead to some serious misunderstandings. The latest developer build of Android N reveals that Google is finally making its emoji look more human. Which is good, because what the fuck were those weird things supposed to be? Read More >>

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These Trainers are Made Entirely From Ocean Waste

Our oceans are full of plastic. Fortunately scientists are mapping where it lies, which means we can begin scooping it up and perhaps even start to use it to create new products, like these training shoes. Read More >>

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Steve Jobs Approved iPhone 5 and the Next iPhone Design

Quotes from an Apple employee claim that the legendary Mr Jobs managed to have an input in the design on the iPhone 5 and whatever mobile hardware Apple launches this year, with a company liaison officer saying the design of the phones "preceded" the arrival of Tim Cook as boss. Read More >>

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10 of the Best Coke Bottle (and Can) Designs

Unlike their main competitor, Pepsi, Coca-Cola have kept the same classic logo ever since their inception in 1885! They have however changed a few things along the way. Particularly the design of their bottles and cans. The bottle design that most of us recognise was praised by none other than Andy Warhol, as "a design icon". We take a look at the morphology of the fizzy stuff over the years. Read More >>

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Force “It” Into a Star Wars Condom

An Italian graphic designer has applied the European sense of humour to a possible condom range, coming up with both designs and slogans for a new way George Lucas could ruin his legacy. Read More >>

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Sexy Clothes Get More Transparent The Harder Your Heart Beats

Well this could be embarrassing on the tube. The INITIMACY 2.0 collection is made of leather and "opaque smart e-foils" that change their transparency levels, depending on your heart rate. Read More >>