Africa is on the verge of something big. This seems to be a quiet, cautious consensus in some investment communities. The past year has been peppered with stories of tech startup hubs emerging across continent,
Google’s interaction design guru explains why better haptics in our devices mean needing a better way to repair them when they break. When you think about it, smartphones haven’t changed dramatically the
How Elizabeth Meltz is using technology to turn Batali hotspots like Babbo into some of the restaurant biz’s most eco-friendly eateries. When you eat at Babbo, Del Posto, or any of Mario Batali and Joe
Rockwell Group is teaming up with C3 Design to build modular homes for luxury buyers. David Rockwell–an architect best known for theaters, grand restaurant interiors, and posh hotels–is getting into the
Palette of the Month: Modern Neutral Earthy hues that are based with gray undertones are today’s take on a neutral color palette. Warm, rich and inviting, we’ve curated some of our favorites into a classic,
Recent data shows that style-driven startups have the power to shift tech’s gender balance and bring more women to the tech table. But is that a good thing? Not too long ago, I found myself standing in
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An Ex-Googler, Ex-Yahoo Really Good At Putting Himself In Money-Making Situations Just Joined The Board Of TapAd
One of the biggest names in New York ad tech is Michael Barrett. He made his name running ad sales at MySpace (back when that was still a big deal). Then he sold a company, Admeld, to Google for bank.
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By some counts, Israel is home to 4,800 startups today. It's also home to least two dozen accelerator/incubator programs in the Tel Aviv area, alone, including some run by Microsoft and Google. There more
It can be tough to find a bit of privacy in a common space–not take-off-your-pants-and-lounge-around-in-your-boxers privacy, mind you, but maybe work-on-a-spreadsheet privacy, or pretend-you’re-working-on-a-spreadsheet-while-playing-Angry-Birds
New York architects demonstrate just how good micro-living can be with their surprisingly spacious Manhattan Micro Loft. Design constraints can breed invention. Few have tested this thesis more fully,
But which is the best? Building data website Emporis attempts to answer that question by ranking the world's skylines in real time, using a formula that assigns points to high-rise buildings based on count.
Turns out, something as simple as tweaking the color of a button changes user behavior or endears people to your product. Buffer’s Leo Widrich explains the importance of color in website and brand design.
With a fresh visual style, Google’s new note-taking app tries to find room in a crowded category. With the rise of apps, simple to-do lists have evolved into something much more–rich productivity tools
You don’t want your accountant to be too cool, right? Though there are plenty of CPAs who will disagree, in the court of public opinion, accounting ranks just above insurance in terms of professional Yet