Baby Boomers This Smart Home Framework Helps People Better Care For Senior Citizens

The elderly are proving to be a large target for the connected home market at a time when many are disinterested in leaving their homes

Syndicated Biometric Recognition At Airports Could Raise Serious Privacy Concerns

The plan would involve 90% of passengers being processed through Australian immigration without human involvement

Design PSFK Picks: Top Five Apps of the Week

Create your own unique music based on your driving pattern and monitor baby's vitals from afar with wearable tech.

Innovation Facebook Brings Migration Studies Into The Age Of Big Data [Pics]

Never before have scientists been able to track how many people migrate and where.

Technology Smartphone Visualizations Of Neighborhood Social Data

The Sitegeist app displays statistics, like political affiliation and average age, in easy-to-read infographics.

Innovation Record Number Of Americans Live In Poverty [Headlines]

New data reveals that nearly 16% of the country's population is among the poor, thanks to rises in healthcare, among other costs.

Children Are The Increasingly Multicultural Future [Headlines]

The results of the 2010 U.S. Census confirmed that the growth rate of the young generation today and in the near future, is increasingly dominated by Hispanics, African-Americans and Asians.

Design A More Perfect Union: 'Censual Cartographies'

The wants, needs and desires of the United States allow for a radical reimagining of the maps of the nation.

Advertising Monocolumn: Caste – Gone But Not Forgotten

For the first time in 80 years, Indians are being asked which caste they belong to. For all of India’s aspirations of modernity and globalisation, the ancient practice of categorising people into strict social rankings continues.