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Researchers find unexpected magnetic effect

A new and unexpected magnetic effect has taken researchers by surprise, and could open up a new pathway to advanced electronic devices and even …

Nanotech

Hyperloop Startup Says Its Tech Is Safer, Cheaper Than High-Speed Trains

Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, one of several companies trying to build a futuristic transportation system that can hurtle people and cargo …

High-speed Rail

If You're Not Tapping into the Liquid Workforce, You're Not Innovating

Why Unicorns and the Fortune 500 are hiring "liquid workers" to move fast and grow<p>Because I have an unusual work history, a lot of people ask me how it is possible for startups to innovate so quickly while corporations can't. Since I've been employee #150,000 at American Express and employee #9 at …

Startups

Hoysala Architecture

The Hoysala era (1026 CE – 1343 CE) was marked by illustrious achievements in art, architecture, and culture. The nucleus of this activity lay in the …

#California #saltwaterpool #architecture #desert

This Architecture Firm’s Work Disappears As Quickly As It’s Built

Plastique Fantastique stages urban interventions with giant inflatable structures.<p>Last year, Berlin’s Templehof airport became one of the largest refugee camps in Europe. In addition to hosting thousands of beds for people fleeing Syria, the decommissioned airport also featured a thought-provoking …

Remixes

New Sou Fujimoto book explains how he did this! | Architecture | Agenda

One of the best things about working so closely with great architects on the monographs we produce at Phaidon is getting first hand experience and …

Architecture

FMX Report #2: What The VR Future Holds

Pinkava’s film grew out of a mission at ATAP to create something emotional for the smartphone; the group recruited Pinkava, who brought aboard other …

Google wants to inject cyborg lenses into your eyeballs

Google has patented a new technology that would let the company inject a computerized lens directly into your eyeball.<p>The company has been developing smart glasses and even smart contact lenses for years. But Google's newest patented technology would go even further -- and deeper.<p>(<i>Note: the</i> …

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

Tiny Letters Tell Brutally Honest Truth And Inspire To Be Yourself

"I don’t really feel I have that 'unique' style, but I’m in love with script and flourishes since actually I began with copperplate calligraphy at …

Typography

'What were they thinking?': your favourite demolished buildings

Which city structures should have been saved from the wrecking ball? After our selection of lost gems, you shared your own suggestions and memories – from Delhi’s Hall of Nations to Birmingham’s Central Library<p>The Maison du Peuple, Brussels<p>No-one can beat Brussels for the indiscriminate demolition …

Skyscrapers

This elevator could shape the cities of the future

Elevators are in a rut.<p>They go up and they go down. They take people from one floor of a building to the exact same spot on another floor.<p>A new technology has the potential to break elevators free from their vertical prisons, allowing them to move side to side, at an angle, even go outside into a …

Skyscrapers

A One-Night Stand for Art Architecture LA invites all artists to Holiday Lodge Motel on May 14

<b>A One-Night Stand for Art & Architecture (One-Night Stand LA)</b> - an event and publication project by a group of emerging architects and artists from …

Los Angeles

Being There -- How Individuals Can Change the World

<i>Photo credit: Debra Kellner</i><p>Sometimes you need to see tragedy up front, with your own eyes to realize our traditional institutions aren't always the best way to solve a crisis. It is the moment, as an individual, you realize you can wield tremendous impact in the world around you.<p>That happened to me …

8 Things Ridiculously Successful People Do Before 8 AM

Starbucks continues to grow relentlessly, with CEO Howard Schultz just announcing plans to open 500 new stores a year over the next five years. Much of this growth will happen in China, where Schulz is undeterred by the recent economic slowdown.<p>While many factors contribute to Starbucks' immunity …

Creative DIY Room Dividing Idea: The Tent Bedroom

Can you spot the amazingly adorable, easily doable, room divider situation in this Oakland loft? It's a simple idea, but also incredibly smart …

Home Depot

Google patents smart lenses you inject into your eyes

Google Glass may have been too clunky to succeed in its original version, but the search giant will find its way into your eyeballs one way or another. According to a new patent filing, the company has devised a method to inject a device directly into your eyeballs.<p>Per the patent filing, the device …

Colin Furze Creates Working Hoverbike

Not bad for "a plumber in a shed," eh?<p>I'm going to keep calling Colin Furze "Britain's blue-collar Tony Stark" until the name sticks. Nut-job Furze, …

Woodworking

This guy is making a killing renting vans to Silicon Valley techies so they can live in company parking lots

To take advantage of it, Bob Allen, an entreprenurial 68-year-old, has started targeting Bay Area residents who don't want to pay for expensive apartments to rent the five vans that he outfitted with beds and kitchenettes.<p>Although his original idea was to cater to vacationers who want to travel to …

Silicon Valley

Collage House / S+PS Architects

<i>Text description provided by the architects.</i> Living in Mumbai, India it is impossible to ignore the informal settlements in the city, and if looked …

Living Rooms

Silicon Valley startups are terrified by a new idea: profits

In it, he's explained why the startup world is freaking out about a strange new idea they've never had to consider before: profits.<p>Gurley writes:<p>In Silicon Valley boardrooms, where "growth at all costs" had been the mantra for many years, people began to imagine a world where the cost of capital …

Venture Capital

Super-thin electronic skin lights up a digital display on your hand

One more step toward leaving smartwatches and fitness trackers behind<p>Imagine having a fitness tracker that doubles as a temporary tattoo. Or a monitoring device that doctors can paste straight onto an ailing organ. Or a watch so unobtrusive that it looks like it's built right into your wrist. These …

Nanotech

Microsoft is bringing automatic video summarization, Hyperlapse, OCR and more to Azure Media Services

Azure Media Services, Microsoft’s collection of cloud-based tools for video workflows, is about to get a lot smarter. As the company announced at the annual NAB show in Las Vegas today, Media Services will now make use of some of the tools Microsoft developed for its machine learning services for …

Machine Learning

Incredible destinations people love on social media that don't actually exist

You might have seen some of the following photographs making the rounds — the bad news is they're totally fake, but the good news is there are places in the real world that are just as beautiful. Luckily for us, we live in a world so magnificent that it sometimes surpasses our imaginations.

Social Media

Teslaphoresis-activated self-assembling carbon nanotubes look even cooler than they sound

Not all important scientific research is cool looking, or has a cool name. But now and then you get something with both. These self-assembling carbon nanotubes are created with a process called Teslaphoresis. If you’ve read a more impressive-sounding sentence today, I’d like to hear it.<p>Even the lab …

Nanotech

Are You a Cheater If You're Using Smart Drugs to Get Ahead?

Universities and other organizations are now considering the ethics of using nootropics and other "smart drugs."<p>For years, people have dreamed of creating a pill that could solve all your problems—one that could make you smarter, more creative, and give you a competitive edge in life. Although no …

The Brain
Arduino

Impatient Pup Lays On Horn, Demands Owner’s Immediate Return From Store

Over the weekend, Melissa Tonkin from Altoona, Pennsylvania left a pizza shop and spotted a group of impatient dogs laying the horn for their owner. …

Pets