Hacks

Children DIY Kit Teaches Kids The Fundamentals Of Privacy

LittleBits has created a new set of tools that helps creative minds build contraptions to guard their rooms

Bitcoin Jukebox Exchanges Micropayments For Songs

Music lovers can vote to adjust the musical line up at bars and other partying venues.

Technology System Uses Hand Gestures For Mobile Payments

Matthew Drake created Secret Handshake, a program that enables people to pay using unique movements.

Technology Hacker Re-Engineers Google Glass With Unofficial Facial Recognition Ability

Stephen Balaban built an alternative operating system that runs on Google Glass but isn’t authorized by Google.

Advertising PSFK's Top Five Stories Of The Week

The end of the 40 hour work week and a moving map of worldwide Internet use. We bring you the best in art, tech and business.

Design 13 Stories You Need To Know Today

Twitter ads open to all, iOS may get radical redesign and Blackberry CEO predicts end of tablets...links to start your day with.

Home 10 Stories You Need To Know Today

LivingSocial customers get hacked, the NY Times has a Google Glass app and NASA uses smartphones as satellites...links to start your day with.

Design 10 Stories You Need To Know Today

Men are quickly adopting mobile shopping tech, 3D printed guns on the rise and taxi apps coming to NYC...links to start your day with.

Retail 9 Stories You Need To Know Today

Facebook to track in-store purchases, Paypal launches Square competitor and Google Glass to be available at year's end...links to start your day with.

Home 9 Stories You Need To Know Today

Pinterest valued at $2.5B, Google releases new laptop and Project Glass may team up with Warby Parker...links to start your day with.

Work Does Anyone Really Care About The LinkedIn Password Hack?

Does the muted reaction to LinkedIn’s biggest security violation to date suggest that the professional networking site has lost its way and needs to 'up its game'?

Design Hackers Transform MIT Building Into Giant Playable Tetris Game

MIT students used their ingenuity to bring the addictive game to the side of a campus building.

Advertising Mercedes Makes Their Zero Emmission Car Invisible

To promote its fuel cell vehicles low impact, the company used LEDs and a camera to make it blend in with its environment.

Work Hack Your Car Into A Connected Mobile Workstation

Four tips for turning your vehicle into a connected and comfortable place to work.