Would you prefer Golden Insight, Orange Delight, or Dream Purple to soothe your road rage on the way to work?
The best of Burning Man is coming to the Smithsonian for anyone to experience–no dust goggles or potable water supply required.
The Y Combinator-backed startup Voicery uses AI to develop bespoke voices for brands.
Photographer Adam Reynolds used to be a conflict zone photographer, covering war in the Middle East. But for the last few years, he’s turned his lens on another kind of conflict zone–one...
It’s time to finally let go of the myth of the infallible creative genius.
Artist and technologist Ben Grosser talks with Co.Design about his burgeoning practice focused on Facebook, Twitter, and other platforms.
And this robot is designed to stop it.
Graphene has many uses, but its latest application might be the most unexpected: fire-detecting wallpaper.
The software can test millions of interfaces to find the perfect, individually tailored design for people with disabilities.
The Cone will look good on Instagram–but it may also be easier on your wrist.
It’s cheaper. And it’s loaded with a new software platform aimed at education first.
Researchers are sounding the alarm after an analysis showed that buying a new smartphone consumes as much energy as using an existing phone for an entire decade.
What fine art matches your palette? Find out with Google’s latest experiment.
The unofficial Bill Gates font automatically turns your words into l33tspeak.
New evidence continues to demonstrate that the Amazonia was once home to hundreds of towns and millions of humans.
Pancake-flat Greenbay, Wisconsin, is home to the “hill,” a sprawling sledding hill built into a cafe and event space.
The company studied personal assistants–human ones–to understand how to make a great machine assistant.
Speaking in San Francisco, X’s Captain of Moonshots shared provocative thoughts about artificial intelligence.
The company is experimenting with new ways to shop–and rewriting its business model in the process.
You use Airbnb. You get stellar reviews. Then you transition. What happens next?
The designers behind New York’s wildly popular High Line take on a new site at the old Domino sugar factory in Brooklyn.
This time the inundation is virtual, but the danger to Manhattan is very real.
AI could learn a lot from circuit design, says Microsoft Research’s Timnit Gebru.
A new material uses abundant smooth-grained sand and a secret binder to reduce the carbon footprint of construction.
This new extension gives users control over their data in a way that doesn’t involve withdrawing from Facebook entirely.