Imagine a lamp. Any lamp. Now imagine having to water it. Dutch product designer Ermi van Oers created Living Light: plants that double as lights. Or lights that double as plants – whichever way you prefer
Toshiba didn't talk about cost per kWh, so it's probably... not cheap. Companies love to claim that they've discovered the Next Big Thing in lithium-ion batteries, and Toshiba is the latest to jump on
It might be possible in the next five years with the help of a biodegradable “smart pill” that’s powered by the body’s own chemistry. Imagine a future where electronic implants are replaced with smart
Biodegradeable water packaging made from seaweed and new way of dyeing clothes have won joint award for new sustainable products An edible alternative to plastic water bottles made from seaweed has topped
The expanding list of SmartThings compatible sensors, outlets, thermometers, bulbs and more for your house is getting a new controller hub to keep everything connected. Come September, the next gen Samsung
Enormous technological changes in medicine and healthcare are heading our way. These trends have a variety of stakeholders: patients, medical professionals, researchers, medical students, and consumers.
Much has been written about open innovation as if it were a new idea, or that tech startups are the secret to its success. It’s a lot more complicated than that, and organizations that do it well — like
Philips believes that the days of endlessly roaming around a store looking for the right kind of balsamic vinegar may soon be at an end. The company's lighting division has developed an indoor navigation
Earlier this year the Conference Board released the results of a survey of CEOs to identify their most critical challenges. The hands-down winner was the challenge of human capital, especially leadership.
The amount of apps, software, gadgets and other technology in our lives is increasing exponentially. Among tools that allow us to communicate faster, games that entertain us, and gadgets that make life