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MIT Design Lab and Puma have teamed up to develop shoes that sense fatigue levels based on sweat, prompting the shoe to ventilate.
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Getaway offers the experience of a tiny home in nature as an escape from modern life, and millennials love it.
Apple's big secret in its steady domination of the wearables market is its partnerships with luxury fashion designers Hermès, Coach and Kate Spade. Competitors are catching on.
More than 95 million smartphones are damaged each year from drops. Unbreakable glass is the goal for top brands like the Apple iPhone.
Lilium, a German electric flying car start-up, has hired designer Frank Stephenson to help bring the science fiction idea to reality.
McDonald's is switching to paper straws in its 1,300 UK locations, and the customers will have to ask for a straw to get one. Activists argue consumers make the best decision by not using straws at all.
Hemp products represent a growing niche within the green building-materials industry — a sector that posted $86.6 billion in revenues last year.
More and more companies are making products from recycled materials. Environmental problems are more visible than ever, but time will tell if these companies stay in business.
The Apple iPhone has eliminated the earphone jack and on the iPhone X, the Home button, but the smartphone leader is running out of exterior real estate to reclaim.
Sony's latest edition of Aibo, its robot dog, is designed with AI and facial-recognition technology and can form an emotional bond with owners.