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Technology march 4, 2014

Mapping Platform Calls On The Crowd To Fill In Google’s Gaps

Move over, Google - Mapillary aims to transform the tech giant’s mapping tool.

Gaming & Play september 3, 2013

Program Lets Enthusiasts Design A Video Game With Pencil And Paper

New app gives users the ability to draw an analog word and make it virtual.

Technology july 24, 2013

Instagram For Drones Aims To Map The World From Above [Pics]

A new social network that lets enthusiasts share the machine's aerial photography with others.

Design & Architecture june 28, 2013

NASA Photographer Depicts The Planets As If They Were Closer To Earth [Pics]

Pictures give new perspective on the size of other galaxies.

Design & Architecture november 12, 2012

Relax In A Personal, Transparent Bubble Pod

The Cocoon 1 Pod by Micasa Lab looks like a giant hamster ball complete with brightly colored mats, which can be used to relax in.

Work september 25, 2012

World Map Jewelry Visualizes Inequality Data In Every Country

Artist uses sparky rhinestones to raise awareness on an important issue.

Cities august 6, 2012

NYC Library Filled With Crowdsourced Sketchbooks From Around The World

A large and growing collection of doodles and drawings from everyday artists that anyone can contribute to.

Advertising may 8, 2012

What Would The World Be Like Without Mark Zuckerberg?

In an interesting campaign, Forbes Magazine presents an alternate picture of the world without some of the important billionaires of our time.

Technology february 20, 2012

Leave Notes For Others To Find Anywhere In The World

A new location-based startup allows users to pin additional content onto a virtual map.

Luxury december 12, 2011

Alfa MiTo Quadrifoglio Verde Showcased in Precision Driving Feat

The Italian car is put to the proverbial test as world-famous precision driver Terry Grant attempts to set a world record for bursting the most number of water-filled balloons using a car.

Retail november 14, 2011

PSFK Picks: Top Five Apps Of The Week

A roundup of the latest, most fascinating apps we've learned about this past week.

Cities november 7, 2011

National Geographic’s New App Aims To Understand World Population

"7 Billion" app explores the trends and effects of a growing population in light of diminishing resources and a world climate that is deteriorating.

Luxury august 22, 2011

Warning: Three More Years Of Recession Ahead [Headlines]

Chief executive of advertising giant WPP, Sir Martin Sorrell says the West will continue to see a recession for the next three years.

Mobile august 22, 2011

Did The BART Protests In SF Mirror Arab Spring Uprisings? [Headlines]

Protests who came together against a transit police officer killing a homeless man in San Francisco used mobile technology and social networks, which are reminiscent of the Arab Spring uprisings.


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