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Drone-Inspired GoPro Case Takes Selfies To New Heights
12 april 2016
Startup introduces bumper case for action cameras designed to be thrown in the air
Code-Fight for a Job at Asana, Dropbox, or Uber
21 january 2016
Platform hosts coding battles that could land software engineers great gigs
Solar-Powered Giant Robot Performs Daily Police Work
18 february 2014
A giant robot brings traffic order to an African capital.
Creative Gym Service Supports Next-Gen Startups [PSFK SEATTLE]
5 may 2013
Makerhaus fosters a community of creatives by providing access to the latest tools and prototyping equipment in Seattle
Virgin Atlantic Turns Its Staff Into Superheroes For New Campaign
8 january 2013
‘Flying in the Face of Ordinary’ features a TV ad with children who possess special gifts growing up and using their talents as they work on the airline.
London To Introduce Street Lights Controlled By iPads
7 november 2012
To save energy Westminster City Council will replace its lights with smart bulbs.
Keeping True To ‘Old Fashioned’ Brand Values Will Help Spur Creativity – Julian Thomson, Jaguar [Video]
14 october 2012
Head of Jaguar Advanced Design discusses how emotional connections between the producer and the consumer are what keep companies relevant.
Slithering Robotic Snakes Repairs Jet Engines
3 october 2012
Rolls-Royce is developing the technology that could be used to remotely repair parts in difficult to reach places.
frog: Cisco Says Cities Will Be 'Smarter' Than Us
28 september 2012
Mindsharing chats with Wim Elfrink, Chief Globalisation Officer of the tech giant about how urban centers can leverage their populations data to become better, safer, stronger metropolises.
Ford Escape Ads Focus On Employees With Ideas
3 september 2012
Commercials highlight staff that made a difference by coming up with new innovation for the motor company.
Bionic Eye Expected To Let The Blind See By 2014
5 may 2012
Successful research has begun with prototype microchips that will serve to restore sight to the visually impaired
Robotic Bees That Fold Like Origami May Change The Face Of Manufacturing
22 february 2012
Harvard University engineers have developed a technique for quickly fabricating and assembling tiny and complex devices.
Why Heritage Companies Are Looking To New Mediums To Tell Brand Stories
Building Advertising’s New Layers Of Digital Engagement
How Chatbots Can Personalize A Brand's Customer Experience
Small Leather Pouch Supports Any Travelers' Need For Wi-Fi
How Good Design Can Make You Eat Better
Send Holographic Messages To Your Friends And Family
Leveraging Instagram To Book Hotel Rooms
Platform Helps All Restaurants Source Better Local Food
Bus Turned Food Market Feeds Residents In Toronto Food Deserts
How Wearable Tech Can Be Used for Social Good
Shell's Concept City Car Gets 107 MPG And Fits In Tight Spots