Friends With Secrets is a new media project where the creators engage in radical vulnerability.
The "East Cut," the growing neighborhood around San Francisco's Salesforce Tower, has a new name, a new logo and a new look. It's still working on schools.
Surprise! Many creatives say they need quiet to do their best work. So why aren't employers giving it to them?
Fast Company asked the New York-based Architecture Research Office to imagine what Bezos's New York will look like. Their answer? A city turned into a giant fulfillment center.
The Jeff Bezos backlash has begun.
Average consumers typically have no idea they’re interacting with–or being manipulated by–an algorithm. That's a branding problem.
Two years after Apple removed the iPhone's headphone jack, life without it still sucks.
Four years of research shows that 3D printers emit hazardous microparticles — which can embed themselves in your lungs forever.
This is why 15% of couples — the smart ones — avoid furniture shopping with their partner altogether.
Cities are looking to machine learning to streamline their disaster-response efforts. Will it be too little too late?
The trailer company is riding a five-year high aided by younger customers and new design. But Airstream's future will be a lot more complicated.
One air filter mask company says that it has received 10 times its normal orders from the Bay Area in the last week.
Nearly 60% of all Americans have had sex in cars. Just wait until the cars can drive themselves.
This experiment in computer vision may make you appreciate your own quirks that much more.
For 300 years, most women's clothes have lacked functional pockets. Thanks to a group of women-led brands, that’s starting to change.
The lives of thousands of human beings who scan, assess and delete media of everything from beheadings to child pornography uploaded to services like Facebook, YouTube and Twitter each day.
Designed by the architects at Mecanoo, these mobile work spaces look downright utopian.
Phone makers wants to kill the notch — and it's inspiring some seriously weird new design moves.
In the 1970s, the fast food company unveiled a novel new game to customers. The prize? Diamonds. Yes, diamonds.
We're facing a full-on environmental crisis. Do you really need another flimsy tote or pen?