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Design june 18, 2014

Concept Bracelet Acts Like A Wallet On Your Wrist

Token is designed to help wearers make sense of their financials on-the-go, through a simple series of touch interactions.

Design june 16, 2014

New Chase Bank Kiosks Replace ATM Logins With Palm Prints

The company's consumer division is introducing a new banking experience for their customers.

Culture june 16, 2014

Contactless Wristband Will Take The Place Of The Credit Card

Barclays bank is introducing a wearable payment device called the bPay band.

Advertising may 30, 2014

Social Shares Lower Prices At The World’s Most Expensive Shop

Artwork at the Worth Pop-Up starts at £1 million, and only social media can drive the prices down.

Culture may 26, 2014

Crowd-Funding Mogul: How The Wisdom Of The People Fuels Innovation [PSFK 2014]

In this video, Rodrigo Nino talks about why crowd-sourcing provides the answer to successful and economical growth.

Technology may 23, 2014

QuickCoin Makes Sending Bitcoin As Easy As Logging Into Facebook

The wallet app lets users easily send virtual currency to others via the social network.

Cities may 22, 2014

Finalists Announced For The Crowdsourced Competition To Design The Hotel Of The Future

Now that the 17John competition finalists have been determined, all that's left is for the judges to decide the winners.

Cities may 12, 2014

SF-Dwellers Can Now Auction Off Public Parking Spots Like Private Property

Italian MonkeyParking mobile app provides a new way to incentivize drivers to free up their parking spaces.

Cities may 6, 2014

How Crowdfunded Donations Could Overthrow Big Money In American Politics

Creative Commons co-founder takes on Super PACS with small donations.

Mobile may 5, 2014

Bitcoin ATMs Can Send Cash To Any Phone Number

Robocoin upgrades its machine to allow people to send the virtual currency to their mobiles for on the go access.

Cities may 5, 2014

Hybrid Senior’s Homes And Nurseries Could Be The Future Of Social Programs

With the number of over-65-year-olds set to double, and childcare more expensive than ever, 'Multigenerational houses' may be the answer.

Cities may 5, 2014

Why Artists And Critics Think The MoMA Is Selling Out

The Museum of Modern Art's expansion plan has led to a bitter row over the competing values of size and scholarship.

Design may 2, 2014

PSFK’s Top Five Stories Of The Week

A double-decker arm rest, a map of the national 'housing wage,' and redesigning Google.

Cities may 2, 2014

Madrid Parking Meters Charge High Polluting Cars More

Electronic cars park free and hybrids get 20% discount in a new scheme to target emissions in the Spanish capital.

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