(CNN) — Machines designed by a California-based team can produce, in some cases, up to 300 gallons of fresh drinking water a day by pulling it straight from the air. And the team just won a $1.5 million
A guide to interpreting e-mail sign-offs: “XOXO”: Contrary to popular belief, this does not mean “hugs and kisses.” If anything, it’s intended to convey light affection, like a pat on the butt from a aunt.
Self-assurance will get you noticed—at the bar, in the boardroom, and in the bedroom. Here’s how to supercharge your swagger A confident man lands dates and conducts meetings with authority. (Think Bruce
Twenty-five years after the introduction of the World Wide Web, the Information Age is coming to an end. Thanks to mobile screens and Internet everywhere, we’re now entering what I call the “Experience
This 5-move circuit will unleash a faster, more powerful self Put down the iron and start throwing punches: Training like a boxer will make you faster, leaner, stronger, and more powerful from head to
Swirl, sip, and sound smarter than everyone else Drinking wine is easy. Describing wine? Not so much. You might not know the difference between medium- and full-bodied wines, or what the hell tannins But
These are the young and talented artists we’re tipping for big things this year. Amalia UlmanMaybe the most deceptively talented artist of her generation; Amalia Ulman's most well known piece, Excellences
Telegraph culture critics offer up their predictions for 2017, including the continued rise of on demand TV and the best art exhibitions, theatre and films to look forward to in the coming year. On demand
This clay brick from a pair of Colombian architects shows that material innovation doesn’t always have to be high-tech. When Colombian architects Miguel Niño and Johanna Navarro set out to re-engineer
The 2015 Academy Awards have (finally) arrived, and we can't wait to see what happens. With huge international stars, like Julianne Moore, Reese Witherspoon, Meryl Streep, Eddie Redmayne, and Michael up
Drew Lausman from Lakeland, Florida, claims to have created a new genre of art called "Explosionism." The process includes dipping Dowel rods in paint, taping on a firecracker, and lighting it over a paint-
Korean-born, London-based Jukhee Kwon is a rising new artist who’s making a name for herself with these monumental sculptures that look as if pages of books are desperately trying to escape. One of her
2016 will be the year of VR. Here's how it will change everything from medicine to the military. 23-year-old Palmer Luckey is like a kid in a candy store. “Pick up that stick of dynamite, and hand it me.
fastcoexist.com - About the author Ben Schiller is a New York staff writer for Fast Company. Previously, he edited a European management magazine and was a reporter in San Francisco, Prague, and Brussels. More
Last spring, we marveled over artist Sean Yoro (aka Hula) and his gorgeous seaside murals that were painted while he was on a paddle board. Now, he’s recently completed another stunning painting using
This flower shop, art gallery, and home for two looks like the simplest of cubes. Drawing on an inherited plot of land, his father’s steel company, and his brother-in-law’s architectural know-how, Motoshi...
It'll open up your hips, ankles, and upper back, and activate your core and glutes—all so you can perform your best Warmups are important. They improve your range of motion, reduce your risk of injury,
You’ll do more work and burn more fat in 30 minutes than you normally do at the gym Think it’s pointless to work out if you can’t make it to the gym? Then you’ve never tried my Home Workout from Hell.
DJI is known for its consumer drones; the Phantom 3 series is our recommendation for the best drone you can buy. But the Chinese company's latest model, the eight-rotor Agras MG-1, goes in another direction
But it's actually easy: There's really only one clear option. For their first suit, every guy should buy a single-breasted, two-button, dark gray suit with 3-inch notch lapels in the $500 to $750 range.
Plants and electronics frequently get along, but you don't see electronics in plants -- not surprisingly, it's hard to insert circuitry without killing the host. Swedish scientists just overcame one of