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Despite the success of "Pokémon Go", Nintendo had a shaky 2016. Our critic wonders whether its new console will succeed where the Wii U failed

Will the Switch save Nintendo?

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From comfort food in Hong Kong to "stretchy" Syrian ice cream in Dubai, a chef relives his most potent food memories

Where to eat the world's best breakfast, brunch and dinner

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One bar in Chicago offers 38 varieties of ice, each with its own flavour, cut, texture and melting properties. We meet the bartenders testing the thermo-dynamic boundaries of happy hour

Designer ice cubes—coming to a cocktail near you

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Blocks of flats don't have to look the same. A new book gathers together examples of innovative apartment architecture from around the world, including an Italian building that resembles a treehouse

We need to build more extraordinary apartments

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It is hard to think of a retail business that hasn’t been turned upside down by the internet. Drug-dealing is no exception. From The Economist’s 1843 magazine

Now even drug dealers can get star ratings

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In cities around the world, there's an urgent need to build new flats. But most modern apartment buildings are bland and soulless. A new book celebrates the architects who are trying to do something different

The world's most innovative apartment blocks

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Plots used to be driven by real-world conflict, but now they revolve around domestic drama. It’s a trend that blights films and TV, from Sherlock to Bourne. From The Economist’s 1843 magazine

Navel-gazing is making film and TV thrillers boring

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“La La Land”, Damien Chazelle’s joyous musical starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, makes you fall back in love with the sing-along. Could it spark a trend? From The Economist’s 1843 magazine

La La Land: the film to beat at the Oscars

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David Bowie died a year ago today. The Economist’s 1843 magazine looks back on his career, from Aladdin Sane to family man

The many faces of David Bowie

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Jewels don’t become jewellery until they touch the bare skin of their new owner. The 19th-century jeweller Frédéric Boucheron understood this.

The glittering cape that took 925 hours to make

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If too many consumers take advantage of discounts, companies start to fight back

Consumers v retailers: who has more power online?

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Americans are increasingly intolerant of adultery, but Esther Perel believes they should take a more European attitude. The Economist’s 1843 magazine meets the country’s most celebrated—and controversial—relationship guru

What’s wrong with infidelity?

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India once had the greatest olfactory culture the world has ever known. The Economist’s 1843 magazine meets the men and women using traditional techniques to put Indian scent back on the map

The Indian perfumiers reviving an ancient culture

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When you’re out hiking, you need somewhere to rest your weary limbs. The Economist’s 1843 magazine picks the best back-country cabins, from Britain to New Zealand

The world’s best walkers’ retreats

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The Egyptian government spends millions of dollars on wooing the media, only to shut them out and accuse them of bias. A dispatch from Cairo

The way Egypt treats foreign journalists is absurd

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There are plenty of apps that help you make music. But a phone isn't the most inspiring tool for creativity. We report on the rise of palm-sized synths and drum machines

Is that a synthesiser in your pocket?

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Zwift, an online multiplayer game, allows you to ride the best routes in the world from the comfort of your home. From The Economist’s 1843 magazine

Cycle in the Alps without leaving your living room

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In America they’re swaggering, in India they’re chaotic, in Britain they’re understated and ruthless. The Economist’s 1843 magazine examines how a nation’s character is reflected in its motorcades

Want to get a VIP to the airport on time? Ask the British

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It's not an obvious holiday destination, but Americans willing to navigate Iran's byzantine visa regulations can expect a warm welcome

Iran through the eyes of an American tourist

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In 2016 several mighty tech companies were looking for new homes. The most popular The Economist’s 1843 magazine story covers the architectural arms race in the Silicon Valley

Apple builds "the best office building in the world"

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