Nanoleaf, the company known for its HomeKit-enabled triangular Light Panels, is expanding into new shapes with the Nanoleaf Canvas. Nanoleaf Canvas features square-shaped touch-enabled panels that can
Carl Jensen experienced what he calls “the awakening” sometime around 2012. He was a software engineer in a suburb of Denver, writing code for a medical device. The job was high-pressure: He had to document
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(CNN) — Exploring the bustling Central business district of Hong Kong on foot can be quite the challenge. The area's hilly landscape, combined with subtropical heat and smothering humidity of this part
You’ve heard of New Zealand’s wine regions, but did you know NZ is also famous for its role in the craft beer revolution that has swept the world? For the last five years small batch brewers have been
Whether your kid is 3 and obsessed with Daniel Tiger videos or 15 and spending half her conscious hours on Snapchat, you are probably somewhat conflicted about how to think about their media habits. How
Most of us have heard of Google's well-known and much-loved tools — Gmail, Google Earth, Google Maps, and many more. Those products and services are used by millions of people around the world every day.
Devoted to carrying corpses, the London Necropolis Railway was the spookiest, strangest train line in British history – but also possibly the most useful. For 87 years, nearly every day, a single train