Five years after former cyclist Lance Armstrong’s confession interview with Oprah Winfrey, the tape is still fascinating to watch. The historic exchange somehow holds suspense. You watch the opening, whether
Blue Abyss will cost £120 million and open in 2019. The government's mission to put the UK at the forefront of commercial spaceflight has been given a big boost after plans were announced to build the
A solution to runaway electrons gets us one step closer to nuclear fusion. We've been working towards nuclear fusion, a near-limitless source of clean energy, for the past six decades, and now scientists
The "flow" battery could be used in solar cells that store their own power. Scientists from IBM and ETH Zurich university have built a tiny "flow" battery that has the dual benefit of supplying power chips
Pop.Up can turn into a car or quadcopter depending on where you need to go. Flying cars face many obstacles, but one of the biggest is accommodating all the parts needed to both drive and fly -- their
If you purchased a 12-inch MacBook or MacBook Pro with Retina display and have experienced issues with the anti-reflective coating wearing off or delaminating, Apple may repair the notebook free of charge.
A revised battery clasp and several test flights later, Karma's back in stores. Surprise! GoPro's Karma drone is back on sale. GoPro recalled Karma in the run-up to the holidays last year due to instances
Horween Leather Co. and Nomad: Tradition Meets Technology The Horween Leather Company has been producing some of the world’s best leather since 1905. That’s five generations of craftsmanship, with the
One is a portable self-contained greenhouse. By Cat DiStasio Cargotecture is a growing trend in modern architecture that has more to do with repurposing than it does with starting from scratch -- and the
Urban planners the world over yearn to replicate the success of Silicon Valley: witness Thames Valley (England) and Silicon Oasis (Dubai), to name just two of these attempts. Invariably, these well-intentioned
Virtually all leaders believe that to stay competitive, their enterprises must learn and improve every day. But even companies revered for their dedication to continuous learning find it difficult to practice
Throughout most of history, design was a process applied to physical objects. Raymond Loewy designed trains. Frank Lloyd Wright designed houses. Charles Eames designed furniture. Coco Chanel designed couture.
HBR STAFF I’m convinced that the ingredient for the effective use of data and analytics that is in shortest supply is managers’ understanding of what is possible. Data, hardware, and software are available
It's amazing what you can find on the streets of San Francisco. No, the actual city streets, not the '70s cop drama starring Michael Douglas. I recently came across a scavenger's treasure in the city's
From the editors of PopularMechanics.com, that MacBook on your desk might be even more powerful than you think. 1) Have Your Computer Read to You Don't feel like reading that enormous document yourself?
EE's been conducting closed trials of LTE-Advanced technology since last year, so imagine the red faces when Vodafone reported earlier this month that its own faster 4G network was about to go live in
A new app called Normal might help you finally get to the bottom of your iPhone’s disappointing battery life. Unlike any other iPhone battery tracking app, Normal uses crowdsourced data from everyone the
While our Macs were designed for power, they were also made for beauty. Sharply rounded edges and fine materials come together to create the computers we know and love. But with normal daily use, dirt
Mobile operators might be doing more to put an end to signal blackspots in rural areas, but large parts of Britain's countryside remain underserved. BBC News reports that in a bid to change this, the is