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Boston Was Ranked America’s Best City for Startups

Sorry Silicon Valley, you’ll have to speak up. We can’t hear you over the innovation that’s booming from Boston’s nation-leading startup culture. For the second […]

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Flour Bakery Is Coming out With a Rewards App

It’s not just cafés in Harvard Square, Cambridgeport, and Back Bay that Flour Bakery has added in the last year. Joanne Chang’s empire has also grown […]

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Bright Young Things

Gates and Zuckerberg started here. Who’s next?

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Five Elevator Pitches for Bringing Amazon to Boston

Amazon fever has swept the country. Earlier this month, Jeff Bezos announced that the company will invest $5 billion into a second headquarters, dubbed HQ2, […]

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Mass. Brewers Guild Launches a New App

Back in the day, did you have a “beer passport” crumpled in your pocket to collect stamps from (and brag about) all the breweries you […]

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Facebook to Add 500 Employees In Cambridge

Cambridge’s booming tech scene is getting another boost. Facebook has announced plans to add 500 employees to its Cambridge office, according to the Boston Globe. […]

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Vermont Has the Most Toxic Internet Commenters

They may have a reputation as a bunch of craft beer-sipping, peace-loving hippies, but at home, on their computers, the residents of Vermont are a […]

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New Hampshire Man Says Siri Saved His Life After His Mother’s Cottage Exploded

A New Hampshire man is thanking Siri after he says the iPhone’s voice-activated virtual assistant helped rescue him from a home explosion. Christopher Beaucher, of Springfield, […]

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The MIT Media Lab Made a Camera That Records Scents

When Manisha Mohan moved from India to Boston for the graduate program at MIT’s Media Lab, she struggled with homesickness. She missed the chatter of […]


The Freepoint Hotel Is Bringing Your Favorite Podcasts to Cambridge

Are you always asking your friends for new podcast recommendations? Maybe it’s time to plan a staycation in Cambridge. The brand new Freepoint Hotel debuted a […]

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There’s a Total Solar Eclipse Coming in August

Get your telescopes ready: There’s a solar eclipse coming. On August 21 from around 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., a partial eclipse will be visible […]

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Bridj Is Shutting Down

Bridj, the Newbury Street-based on-demand shuttle service once thought a potential replacement for late-night T service, is shutting down. In a Medium post Sunday, CEO […]


UberEats Is Coming to Boston

Aspiring office heroes: Soon, you won’t even need to stop by a Union Square Donuts location to pick up a box of coworker-approved treats. The […]

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Google Earth Update Makes It Look Like You’re Flying

Google has unleashed its latest piece of technology: You can now swoop through Google Earth like you’re some kind of human drone. The feature, which […]

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Harvard Scientist Helps Engineer Chicken with Dinosaur Face

A team of scientists, including one from Harvard University, have developed a chicken with a dinosaur-like snout in place of its beak. Please, do enjoy […]