Two years ago, the company asked thousands of people about where they felt "most at home." At the time, 20% of subjects said it wasn't the space in which they lived. Two years later, they asked again, and found the number has risen by 15% among people who live in cities.
The path to the iconic Beatles logo was a long and winding road in which everything came together, with a little help from some friends.
Dubai-based Careem is the ride-hailing king from Morocco to Pakistan. Its success holds lessons for Western startups with global ambitions.
After six years and $31 million in development, Dyson is launching the Airwrap, a device that creates ringlets using a bit of aerospace-inspired physics.
Low-Tech Magazine's new website is solar-powered, which means it goes offline in cloudy weather.
In Gary Hustwit's highly anticipated new documentary "Rams," the legendary industrial designer indicts the world he helped create.
In theory, smart offices hold a lot of promise: By tailoring each space to a specific person's needs, it promises to make employees more productive.
A new algorithm called BigGAN creates detailed photos from scratch, representing a leap forward for AI. But it may come at a steep price.
How stick figures, porn data and neural networks led to the creation of an uncanny, award-winning artwork by Mario Klingemann.
A factory in India has a "void" that can hold 185,000 gallons of water, doubling as a recreational area when the monsoon rains stop.
Pink has been wielded as a tool of control for decades, writes professor Julie Irish.
Two words: Hoverboard. Skates.
We're constantly inundated with claims about the latest, greatest phone design. Here’s what the experts have to say.
Yesterday, extremely rich technology executive Eric Schmidt tweeted that he wanted to figure out ways to increase the wages of lower-income and middle-class people. In his own words, he said he wanted to discover a "unicorn for the middle class."
This week, the UN begins a conference to start the long-overdue discussion on updating the 1967 Outer Space Treaty for a cosmos that has gotten a lot more complicated.
Smart Design's Davin Stowell shares the origin story of the OXO Swivel, one of the great icons of 20th-century industrial design.
The preeminent media scholar and author of "The Attention Merchants" shares insights on how the design industry can better serve user — and humanity.
Oregon's ambitious project to bring the reusable bottle back is stirring interest across the country — and, in this case, a monopoly could be a good thing.
These secret cities of the former Soviet Union point to a "perfect technocratic future that never happened."
Four working artists and creatives answer the question of the century: Should I delete my social media accounts?