With 150 companies to mentor, Google Ventures’ team of seven designers has time only for a sprint--and that’s one reason why it’s effective.
Now accepting entries. All finalists will appear in our October 2013 design issue.
Snow Peak’s smart Lapel Torch eliminates the need for awkward headlamps.
Millions of prescription drugs and millions of patients make it tough to predict side effects the traditional way--soon, the FDA may turn to search query data for clues.
Disney’s acquisition of Star Wars reveals some interesting factoids, including Lucasfilm’s mega database of 17,000 characters.
A tricky new Foursquare hack will fool your friends into thinking that you had an epic night, even though you stayed in.
Anthony McCall uses two off-the-shelf projection screens and a fog machine to create a “solid light” installation in New York this month.
Interaction designer Joel Hladecek writes a letter from the future, explaining why Google Glass flopped.
Now you can play the tunes you love from a device you designed.
The developers at Robocat are launching Thermodo, a tiny physical thermometer that plugs into your iPhone. Why? It’s kind of a weird story.
Klari Reis’s artworks are tiny--but not too tiny!
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