The paint brand's pop-up store allowed visitors to see 'colors in action,' offering the opportunity to consult with on-site experts and buy instantly on iPads, all while celebrating its color of the year
The largest private Apple collection in the world features vintage products, clothing worn by Steve Jobs, and the Apple Lisa
Nursery-school kids are struggling with basic pen and pencil skills, New York Magazine is scaling back its publishing, and more.
Logbar in Tokyo gives every customer an iPad for designing their own drinks and receiving auto-recommendations.
The new type of fitness club features seven-foot walls designed for squats, calf raises and pull-ups.
The company reduces waste by getting rid of the more than 24 million paper pages needed to keep pilots informed.
To save energy Westminster City Council will replace its lights with smart bulbs.
In New York’s LGA airport, tablets at boarding gates help improve the waiting experience as people can play games, check flight information, and have snacks delivered to them.
At the Jungle Island animal park in Miami, orangutans use apps to choose what food they want.