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Here Are Pantone's Color Trend Predictions for 2018

We're only a few months into 2017, but that hasn't stopped Pantone from looking inside their colorful crystal ball. At the International Home & …

The Faces of Cuba You Have to See

Among the greatest joys of visiting a new place is the opportunity to get to know the locals. And after 30-plus years of traveling the world, one constant that I've found everywhere is that despite how different we look, live, work and play, people are essentially the same everywhere.<p>Everyone loves …

Redox Power Plans To Roll Out Dishwasher-Sized Fuel Cells That Cost 90% Less Than Currently Available Fuel Cells

Redox Power Systems, a Fulton, MD-based start-up company founded last year, sealed the deal on a partnership with researchers at the University of Maryland to commercialize a potentially game-changing distributed generation technology.<p>Redox says that it plans to bring to market a fuel cell that is …

Editorial for iPad is the new text editor to beat

I realize I’m probably in the minority, but to me, the iPad is a lot more than a consumption device; it’s a real computer. Sure, it has all the benefits that usually get touted whenever tablets come up — light weight, small size, long battery life. But there's more to it. There's the clarity and …

Kinect app that turns any surface into a 'touchscreen' debuts for $149

Microsoft launched a Kinect Accelerator program for startups last year, and the results are starting to be shown. Ubi Interactive worked closely with Microsoft to create a system that uses a projector in combination with a Kinect sensor to create a virtual touchscreen that can be cast onto any …

No lack of young tech startups in London, but the issue is growth

Advertisement<p>1 Comment<p>Credit: Christian Lendle<p>For the handful of tech startups in London that have grown large enough to consider going public on a …

Google Street View driver detained by Thai villagers on suspicion of spying

Google's controversial Street View project has photographed millions of miles of roads and paths across the world, but that doesn't mean everyone has accepted the company's camera-equipped cars with open arms. A group of 20 villagers from Sa-eab, in Northern Thailand, blocked one of the cars, …

Finish for iPhone 2.0 introduces Kiip integration, more notifications, task times, and more

Finish, the Apple Design Award-winning task management app created by a duo of high school students, received a substantial upgrade to version 2.0 today. The new version brings many visual tweaks and bug fixes throughout the app, but the biggest changes are the addition of several new, …

Glam Media grabs $25M as it pursues an IPO

Glam Media has raised an additional $25 million in a series F round of funding, VentureBeat has confirmed with sources familiar with the deal. Glam Media declined to comment on the funding.<p>Glam Media has been planing to go public since 2011, and reportedly filed an IPO under the JOBS Act in secret …

Yahoo's redesigned Weather app reaches Android

Yahoo showed that forecasts could be beautiful when it launched a redesigned Yahoo Weather app for iOS users in April; now, it's bringing those good looks to Android users. The updated Yahoo Weather client includes virtually the same stylized interface and location-sensitive Flickr photo backdrops …

3-D printing booms, triggers rush for patents

It printed a gun that shot six times before falling apart. It crafted jewelry, custom prosthetics and spare machine parts. And, perhaps unbelievably, it spit out living embryonic cells.<p>3-D printing, limited only by our imagination, is undergoing a patent boom. Goldman Sachs recently cited 3-D …

3D Printing

Forrester: PRISM's cost to the world cloud industry could be as high as $180B

Earlier this month, the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation (ITIF) projected that U.S. cloud companies could lose up to $35 billion by 2016 because of invasive NSA spying programs like PRISM. Natually, that estimate caused a lot of hubbub.<p>But the ITIF’s projections only cover the U.S. …

Twitter is testing a timeline box for nearby events, too

Remember how Twitter is quietly testing timeline boxes that show trending TV shows? That's not a one-off experiment: <i>TechCrunch</i> has also discovered a similar test for live events happening nearby. Instead of focusing on a person or series, the new box highlights a representative event tweet and …

Samsung's smartwatch to be unveiled Sept. 4, report says

The Samsung smartwatch will be unveiled in early September, according to a report this week.<p>SamMobile, a website that covers Samsung news, reports that it has confirmed that the South Korean tech giant will unveil its rumored device on Sept. 4.<p>The unveiling will take place at the IFA annual …

Mobile

Warren Buffett dumps stake in Gannett and buys into Dish

Advertisement<p>0 Comments<p>http://money.cnn.com/2013/08/15/investing/berkshire-buffett-newspapers/<p>Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway (s BRKA) has sold …

Investing

Panorama Education Wants To Make Polling Parents, Students And Teachers Easier For Educators

New Haven-based startup and current Y Combinator Summer 2013 participant Panorama Education is looking to address a major pain point for educators, students and parents around school with its polling app targeted at K-12 students. The technology is designed to replace cumbersome legacy players, and …

China Mobile’s iPhone Talks Evidently Never-Ending

Apple CEO Tim Cook’s visit with China Mobile Chairman Xi Guohua in Beijing last month sparked all manner of speculation that the long-rumored iPhone …

China

Google is preparing for screenless computers

The spread of computing to every corner of our physical world doesn’t just mean a proliferation of screens large and small—it also means we’ll soon come to rely on mobile computers with no screens at all. “It’s now so inexpensive to have a powerful computing device in my car or lapel, that if you …

Artificial Intelligence

D-Rev: Most Innovative Company | Fast Company

Fast CompanyHow To Create Products For People Living On Less Than $4 Per DayYou probably haven’t heard of D-Rev, but its products–including a revolutionary new prosthetic knee–are making a huge splash in the rest of the world.<p>Fast CompanyBrilliance in India: New Deal Allows Bay Area Firm to Fight …

Ford: Most Innovative Company | Fast Company

As cities become more crowded, owning a car is less feasible, a trend that automakers would like to ignore. Not carmaker Ford. "We can't just keep putting more and more cars on the road," Ford's Erica Klampfl said at MIT's EmTech 2015. In January, Ford opened a new Research and Innovation Center in …

Rovio: Most Innovative Company | Fast Company

Fast CompanyAngry Birds maker Rovio has set the price range of its IPO valuing the company at $1 billion<p>Fast CompanyAngry Birds maker Rovio announces it’s going to IPO<p>Fast CompanyFinnish learning-game studio Lightneer just scored $5 million in seed funding<p>Fast CompanyThe NSA Can Reportedly Gobble …

OpenGamma: Most Innovative Company | Fast Company

Ideas<p>IdeasCreating “A Service Economy That Actually Serves People, And A Justice System That Is Actually Just”<p>IdeasTracking The Lives Of Veterans To Figure Out Where They Slip Through The Cracks<p>IdeasCan The Private Sector Help Cities Stop Traffic Deaths?<p>Entertainment<p>EntertainmentIranian Women Flout …

SodaStream: Most Innovative Company | Fast Company

Fast CompanyGreen Products Expo 2009: Our Fantastic FourWalking into yesterday’s Green Products Expo was akin to watching an episode of “Lost”: You know everything’s supposed to serve a higher purpose, but when you’re initially exposed, a lot of it just seems…awesomely weird. There were dinner …

Oxitec: Most Innovative Company | Fast Company

Ideas<p>IdeasCan This App That Lets You Sell Your Health Data Cut Your Health Costs?<p>IdeasSix Artifacts From The Future Of Food<p>IdeasCreating “A Service Economy That Actually Serves People, And A Justice System That Is Actually Just”<p>Entertainment<p>EntertainmentPixar Just Revealed Scrapped Ideas From Their …