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Grocery shopping can feel like you're navigating through an obstacle course filled with crowded parking lots, long lines and screaming kids.
Nearly a year before Jack Sazama will actually set foot in his new digs at the Spectrum apartments near the University of Minnesota, the freshman strapped on a set of cheap plastic goggles, strolled through his new apartment in virtual reality and then signed a lease.
Ma Yiqing, 24, is typical of China's younger generation – he uses his credit card frequently and borrows from online platforms to fund his shopping habits. In a pinch, he is happy to fall back on a lender closer to home – his mum and dad.
At first glance, the light blue cottage on Alma Street in this Silicon Valley city may not look like a place where big ideas are born. But in the past 15 years, this modest house has produced nearly a dozen successful tech companies.
Jerome and Debbie Rauen like to fist bump with their four-year-old grandson, a touch that crosses more than 800 miles.
Passionate about a band but too shy to share it on Facebook? A new site is hoping to carve out a niche in the crowded social media world by reaching the inner geek of hardcore music fans.
Pakistan’s oldest red light district was for centuries a hub of traditional erotic dancers, musicians and prostitutes – Pigalle with a Mughal twist, deep in the heart of vibrant Lahore.
Sometimes it seems that no one in China, from toddlers to octogenarians, ladies in swimming pools to delivery men mid-manoeuvre, is without a cellphone to hand – and statistically it is more or less true.