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Pizza Hut Tattoo Lets You Place An Order From Your Body

The latest gimmick from the fast-food chain is a tattoo-like sticker that lets customers get delivery with a simple tap on their arm

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Korean Beauty Brand Uses VR To Let Customers Pick Their Ingredients

Innisfree created a unique experience for its Shanghai Disneyland customers with a virtual reality trip to select what goes into their purchase


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Retail october 21, 2016

LYNK & CO Is A New Auto Brand That Promises Mobile Connectivity On Wheels

Online access and mobility sharing are driving the company to disrupt the auto industry

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Gaming & Play october 20, 2016

Shopping Bag Turns Your Hands Into A LEGO

Designers from the School of Visual Arts thought up the Playbox Bag for a competition

Work october 19, 2016

WeWork Is Bringing Clothing Shopping To The Workplace

E-commerce retailer Argent struck a deal with the coworking space to introduce retail experiences to the office community

Travel october 19, 2016

Google Flights Now Alerts Customers When Airfares Will Rise

The tech giant is adding a new feature to its travel purchasing branch by telling flyers when prices are set to expire


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Community Builder: How to Hack Slack

Claire Wasserman, Founder of Ladies Get Paid, describes how she's using an internal team communication tool to build a network of thousands

PSFK Labs october 21, 2016

PSFK Picks: Top 5 Performance-Enhancing Wearables

Our new report looks at innovations pioneering the future of performance through intelligent activewear and predictive analytics

Design & Architecture october 19, 2016

Shanghai’s Newest Starbucks Has A Radically Different Look

The Puxi City location of the coffee brewing company takes on a new form with walls of windows and a rooftop terrace

Technology october 18, 2016

What Have We Learned About The Future of Cognitive Computing?

Jonas Nwuke discusses how IBM Watson's cognitive computing will tackle problems that are "uniquely human"

Retail october 18, 2016

Unstaffed Grocery Store Provides Fresh Produce 24/7

Farmhouse Market in New Prague, Minnesota gives customers all-day access to the unmanned grocery store

Food october 18, 2016

A Food Conversation: Where Culture And Technology Collide

PSFK chats with Bitten LA Founder Naz Riahi about bio-hacking, wellness and the future of dining

Retail october 18, 2016

Canada’s First “Library Of Things” Opens Its Doors

The Sharing Depot in Toronto lends out things like toys, power tools, camping equipment and more

Technology october 17, 2016

Track The Exact Carbon Footprint Of Your Car

MIT has released a new app that uncovers which vehicles are the worst and the best for the environment

Augmented & Virtual Reality october 17, 2016

Alibaba’s VR Shopping System Let You Pay With A Nod

A virtual checkout experience was designed to incorporate intuitive gestures into the purchase process

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