In the beginning was steam. Then electricity, and most recently computing. But the fourth industrial revolution, Salesforce chief product officer Bret Taylor says, is characterized by the rise of intelligence.
Apple just announced a lot of exciting new products and features. But here's why Tim Cook's long-term vision might fall short. At Apple's Special Event on Tuesday, the company unveiled its latest smartphone--known
The best programmable pill dispenser is also lockable. By Kit Dillon This post was done in partnership with The Sweethome, a buyer's guide to the best homewares. When readers choose to buy The Sweethome's
Can adults apply, too? In a nondescript Apple office building in Cupertino, California, a group of engineers has spent the past four weeks working feverishly on the next big thing in consumer hardware,
What do you do with broken products? You fix them. What do you do when your toaster breaks? Chances are, you toss it and buy another one. It’s only a toaster, after all. But what if your toaster was designed
Featured Image: Andrew Bastawrous’ Portable Eye Examination Kit (Peek). Photo courtesy of Rolex The pages of Make: are consistently filled with creative projectsprovided by the magazine’s contributors.
Two words: why not? Dani Clode is a grad student at London’s Royal College of Art (RCA) and her latest creation is something called The Third Thumb: a 3D-printed prosthetic that does exactly what its suggests.
The process is called vu jàdé. That's déjà vu backwards, and anyone can do it. His company counts the who's who of global brands as clients -- Apple, Bank of America, Ikea, and Microsoft (to name a few).
This story originally appeared on Business Insider In 2015, a group of Amazon employees kicked around ideas for a Kickstarter-like crowdfunding site. The idea didn't get very far, as they soon learned
Interconnected technology is now an inescapable reality – ordering our groceries, monitoring our cities and sucking up vast amounts of data along the way. The promise is that it will benefit us all – how
There is a different sort of Maker being shaped at UC Berkeley. “The question is no longer: can we make it (a product)?” says Dr. Bjoern Hartmann, assistant professor at the University and instructor the