The free app offers an innovative new way to organize trips
Netatmo's new sensor is a standalone air quality monitor that can measure humidity, purity, noise and temperature
+rehabstudio brings The Future of Retail report to life with a creative vision for responsive shopping displays.
The site has announced a redesign with an infinite scroll of news articles, which can be customized based on your interests.
Created for Personal Fest, a music festival in Argentina, ordinary-looking toilets were ‘hacked’ to perform a tune together.
The department store has upgraded the traditional gift and greeting card by letting shoppers recorded a personal messages to attach to their purchases using QR codes.
'Toggle' has two different modes, enabling you to keep your business life separate from your personal life.
Facebook is launching it's new feature to give you more privacy---the right to reject or accept a photo tag before it goes live.
EightPointNine is a UK-based coffee service that will create a blend of coffee to suit your flavor preferences.
LinkedIn recently introduced a new form of advertising where it places users' photos in product endorsement ads without their permission.
After the controversy over how Google handled some of its Street View data, it has since taken improved security measures to protect your privacy.
Just like the typewriter, vinyl records and rotary dial telephones phased out as new technology emerged, IBM designer Dr. Mark Dean says the personal computer will be joining them soon.