Facebook can’t build everything. For a decade, its strategy has been to provide the canvas, then let developers paint it however they want. That’s because there’ll always be another game. Another app.
Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives. You're desperate to be a success, aren't you? What else is there in life? If you can't waft into a fancy restaurant
We’re following construction progress of Apple’s Campus 2 via a series of drone videos and renders, but Popular Science got invited in for a closer look at some of the unique features of the building.
He’s reportedly spent more than $100 million on two different flying-car start-ups. Google Co-founder Larry Page doesn’t mind taking risky bets on new technologies. As the C.E.O. of Alphabet, the Google
Designers will play a crucial role in shaping our post-human future. Our lives may depend on it. Digital Design Theory (Princeton Architectural Press, 2016) is available on Amazon. Futurist experts have
This happened when Instagram changed its app icon at the start of May. The flatter, more abstract design was described by Adweek as possibly "one of the biggest design fails of the year." But the industry
Many find it extremely challenging to not only get an adequate and consistent amount of sleep every night, but to sleep soundly. Sleep scientist Patrick Fuller, an associate professor of neurology at Medical
Whether you’re dreaming of moving up the corporate ladder at your current gig or you’re considering a career pivot, finding and landing your dream job is no easy task. Luckily for us, the Internet is with
The rise of neural networks and generative design have created new opportunities for designers. But what if it went the other way, and robots created a Skynet that kills off human designers (or at least
An overweight suitcase can run you $100 in fees, but what if you could weigh your suitcase by simply lifting it off the ground? That's just one of many utilities that's built into a new smart luggage called
‘Mars’ by crazybaby is a futuristic speaker that would look right at home in any Sci-Fi movie. The cylindrical base acts as both a control unit and a subwoofer, while the top looks like a flying saucer