Networks

Technology Send Messages Without A Cellular Network

Phone software allows emergency workers to send important info across long distances

Advertising Real-Time Sensor Networks Give a Voice to the Planet

Embedded sensors give once-silent systems a voice, and it turns out they have plenty to say

Work How Physician-To-Physician Networks Improve Patient Care [Future Of Health]

Secure platforms are allowing medical professionals to solve difficult cases and review effective treatments by tapping into their peers' expertise.

Design Revamped Caller ID Displays Users Social Profile And Email

Thread provides social media profile data and past email exchanges of the person who is calling you on your phone.

Technology 4 Social Media Tools To Keep Your Office Connected [Future of Work]

How to keep workmates plugged in to the office and connected with each other.

Innovation Social Pairing Unlocks The Power Of Our Networks [Need To Know: SXSWi]

PSFK is following five trends during SXSWi, we chat with an innovator in this space who talks about how we can leverage already-existing data to find hidden connections with 'Social Pairing.'

Design Digitally Destructive Grenade Steals And Broadcasts Your Information

Julian Oliver has created an easy to use physical data mine that demonstrates how easy it is to monitor and share 'private' online interactions.

Gaming & Play AR App Layers Interactive Virtual Game Onto Physical World [Future Of Gaming]

'Buffer Busters' is an augmented reality mobile gaming application that challenges users to hunt virtual ‘Buffer Monsters’ slowing down networks.

Advertising What Is The 'Tipping Point' When A Minority Wins Over A Majority?

A recent study suggests that the tipping point is surprisingly only 10% of people within various networks. Minorities do rule.

Innovation This Week in Brand Strategy and Marketing

PSFK curates some of the brand strategy, digital and creative advertising news that recently caught our attention.

Advertising Yap.TV Rolls Out Yap.TV 3.0 For iOS

The up-and-coming social television company introduces its latest version of an app that promises heightened interactivity and personalization.

Work Ed Cotton: Osama and Twitter's Nervous System

Thoughts on information dispersion and managing the flow of a story in a highly networked world.

Advertising Regulation Will Always Play Catch Up To The Computer's Rules

The problem of how to run business models in a world of digital savants, hackers and maker culture is a fraught one. Cory Doctorow provides an important reflection on the root causes of this issue.

Visualizing Friendships On Facebook [Pic]

An engineer at the social network took a sample of ten million pairs of friends from the service, crunched and tweaked the data, and came up with this remarkable data visualization.