Can we truly say mobile technology puts the world in our hands, when all we can see is 2D images in a flat (or slightly curved) screen? Technology continues to improve and I say it’s time for the true
From Superman’s Fortress of Solitude, to Jedi Holocrons, to… your office? Here’s the dilemma: you want to store something big, like, entire King James Bible big, for, say, a billion years. What do you
The ubiquitous world of marketing is ever emerging and evolving. In fact, one might argue that those charged with the responsibility of influencing the consumer do not have the luxury of standing still
Future wearables might track a lot more than your heart rate or step count. Plenty of fitness wearables track fundamentals like your heart rate or step count, but there's so much more to your body than
Surfing a killer wave and you want to instantly share that video you shot on your GoPro Hero4? Now you can. A new integration between Twitter and GoPro empowers you to live-stream from your camera to in
Disney teamed up with researchers from a university in Zurich this week to create a 360-degree supersized eight-player version of ‘Super Mario Bros.’ Yes, it turns out Disney can make dreams come true.
Software for creatives must cultivate space for musing, writes Morpholio co-creator Anna Kenoff. A tech VC recently asked me, “Do you even use your iPad anymore? I think they are over.” To which, I replied–perhaps
Autodesk and MX3D have teamed up on a robot that can actually “draw” city infrastructure, on location and without human intervention. In 2017, Dutch designer Joris Laarman will wheel a robot to the brink