London's Science Museum is to host a major exhibition of prints and artefacts from the collection of the Royal Photographic Society, including prints and experimental cameras made by William Fox Talbot in the 1820s.
Variety Hasbro Lets Consumers Design their Own Toys Through 3D Printing Variety The SuperFanArt page enables consumers to create and share their designs and sell their 3D printed designs through Shapeways' marketplace and community (see some of the...
CBS News How technology could help prevent kids' deaths in hot cars CBS News This is not a bad parenting problem," laments Kristy Arbogast, the lead author of a 2012 National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) report on technologies to...
The Guardian The photographer who caught the heartbreak on both sides of America's social ... The Guardian 'We are a contemporary family. We don't want to be part of the masses. We want to live with style!
The Guardian Tate shows off sculpture and pop in 2015 programme The Guardian Sculpture is to take centre stage at the Tate galleries next year, with the first major retrospective in 20 years of Alexander Calder – credited with inventing the mobile...
People assume that iPhones, laptops and Netflix are evidence of progress. In some ways, that's true. A moderate amount of Googling, for instance, can be good for your brain, and there are apps that can boost brain function and activity.
Yet tech advancements also come with some unintended consequences. Our brains being "massively rewired" by tech, says neuroscientist Michael Merzenich in The Shallows: What The Internet Is Doing To Our Brains, a Pulitzer-nominated 2011 book by Nicholas Carr. Merzenich warns that the effect of technology on human intelligence could be “deadly.”
That got us thinking. How exactly is technology messing up our brains?
How Google's New Font Tries to Anticipate the Future Wired It is the star in Google's ambitious plan to redesign its entire product ecosystem—a visual and interactive language they're calling Material Design.
NBCNews.com DKNY Launches First Ever Ramadan Fashion Line NBCNews.com With its eye on the one billion strong Muslim consumer market, the fashion label DKNY has just unveiled its first Ramadan-themed collection.
Telegraph.co.uk Amazon launches wearable technology store in UK Telegraph.co.uk “The advances in wearable technology mean that customers can now charge their phone through their clothing, monitor their sleep patterns and even track their pets,”...
Wall Street Journal High Design at the Zoo Wall Street Journal Zoos are building up, with habitats that take animals into the sky. The design can create some surprising neighbors and cool sights for visitors.
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