BMW and MIT's Self-Assembly Lab have just developed the first 3-D-printed inflatable material that could drastically change the future of car interiors. » Read More
By: Kelly Song
Kate Spade's simple yet fun design sensibility and quirky all-American style leaves an indelible mark on fashion, according to the CEO of Bloomingdale's and others, defying her tragic end. » Read More
By: Joe D'Allegro
RV sales boomed in recent years, helped by new design ideas for the classic summer travel recreational vehicle — from luxury Winnebagos to retro towable trailers made of wood. » Read More
The US reusable water bottle industry is projected to be worth $10.4 billion by the end of 2024, up from $7.6 billion in 2016. Start-up company Keego has designed a squeezable, and perhaps healthier, alternative that may disrupt the entire industry. » Read More
Call them “sneakerheads” or “sneakaholics.” There's a growing number of designer athletic shoe junkies—who comb the Internet, camp out in the wee hours and pay hundreds of dollars for the most highly anticipated sneaker releases.
How the designer of the classic Wassily chair found his inspiration.
The popularity of smartphones and tablets has prompted some to declare the death of laptops and desktops. But judging from the newest designs, you shouldn't give up on PC makers just yet.
A squirrel census? A bug-killing gun? These are successful projects on crowdfunding sites, which are expected to raise $5 billion this year.
You made that with a 3-D printer? See how what's sometimes called additive manufacturing is altering industries and objects—from combat surgery to killer heels.
When architect Michael Graves realized he would spend the rest of his life in a wheelchair, he set out to improve medical design. This week Stryker unveils his wheelchair.
Reynolds American is launching its Vuse electronic cigarettes in Colorado, with an eye toward quick national expansion. Company executives say the product will alter the landscape.
Canned beer was once frowned upon, now it's here to stay as consumers and brewers alike become more comfortable with the idea of beer in a can.
Baby boomers, who never lost their taste for rebellion, want to control every detail of their "stairway to heaven" including buying "pre-need funerals." NBC News reports.
It's not just controlling your computer. You can track your marathon training or even just stopping you from slouching Click ahead to see some new wearable gadgets you may be slipping on before you walk out the front door.
Automation, AI and machine learning will radically influence the relationship between employers and their workforce.
Covering the full set of tools and strategies for long-term investors: How to take everyday market fluctuations in stride, and when to know it’s time to take action or protect against a major economic shifts.
A globe-trotting look at the world of investing, from developed Europe and Asia trends to the least-traveled frontier markets.