Researchers posed questions during London Design Week including: If FUTURE were an image, what would it be?
Activists silently fight for the original term to be updated to coincide with current times.
Get a glimpse of how people really react to sufferers of obesity.
Ford product manager sheds light on the growing interactivity between user and the gadget, and what we can expect to see in the cars of the future.
Kat Egan discusses how a more inclusive and targeted approach is the key to successful marketing.
Java purveyors have become silent work spaces in this age of nomadic creatives, Public Coffee is creating a place for conversation.
The author and educator shares his thoughts on the the best way to channel creativity.
Procter and Gamble to remove noxious substances from laundry cleansing agent after customer complaint.
As well as searching for a name or organization on the social network, you can now search for connections based on their interests, location, or photos.
The Sitegeist app displays statistics, like political affiliation and average age, in easy-to-read infographics.
Middle class Chinese are working hard but also shopping like never before and it's playing a significant part in strengthening China's economy.
Here's a list of some of some of the top online activists pushing hard for human rights with blogging, crowdsourcing and internet campaigns.
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.