Design student Graham McMullin is asking one person a day to document what makes him or her happy, then testing those suggestions himself. How do you exercise your inalienable right to pursue happiness?
If you’re working in the kitchen of Anthony Bourdain, legendary chef of Brasserie Les Halles, best-selling author, and famed television personality, you don’t dare so much as boil hot water without attending
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Want to generate new ideas? Throw on your walking shoes. A recent study published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology by Stanford University
Kickstarter, it's a funny old place. A weird soup of real ingenuity and beermat ideas. Headbones might initially sound like it'll fall in the latter camp, but you'd be wrong. Once you know they're bone
Sympathy for machines' experience has led to a new way for them to interact with the world. ASPEN, Colo.—Robots can be awkward. Even the most advanced we have—DARPA's automated pack mule, Softbank's "emotional"
"It's ethically okay from the regulations perspective, but ethics are kind of social decisions." Updated, Sunday, 6/29, 9:54 p.m. Eastern. Catching a glimpse of the puppet masters who play with the data
In an experiment it conducted earlier this year, Facebook injected the feeds of nearly 700,000 of its (unknowing) users with negative content to see if it would make the posts they wrote more negative.
This post has not been edited by the GamesBeat staff. Opinions by GamesBeat community writers do not necessarily reflect those of the staff. The Nintendo 3DS handheld turned three years old this year.
Unpublished drawing of the Mundaneum, 1930s © Mundaneum, Mons, Belgium. Conceived in the pre-digital era, Otlet’s scheme relied on a crazy quilt of analog technologies like microfilm, telegraph lines,
This post has not been edited by the GamesBeat staff. Opinions by GamesBeat community writers do not necessarily reflect those of the staff. It’s no secret that Sonic hasn’t done so well in more recent
SAN FRANCISCO — Google and Apple are reaching beyond smartphones, tablets and computers to connect with our living rooms, cars and even our bodies. This month, both tech titans detailed presentations software
You can track your food intake, your exercise, your sleep and now... your liquid consumption. There's a new "smartcup" (yes, you read that right) that can tell you exactly what you put inside of it. The
"Share" is a nearly universal concept in the apps we use daily on our phones and tablets: here's a thing I want to put in an email, a text message, a status update, or a tweet. Yet, as designer Min Ming