Wine lovers live in spaces big and small - that's why we're loving this Nucleus modular wine rack that's made for every kind of drinker - no matter how much space is available in their home.
Coffee drinkers with an affinity for expensive machines, listen up. The Krups EA9000 is the arguably the best coffee maker you can own, if you're willing to fork up a couple thousand dollars.
Say goodbye to allen wrenches and flat-pack furniture. Belgian designer Carl de Smet has invented a smart foam technology that allows furniture to assemble itself with a little help of heat.
Will an eight-year trend that shows more people are deciding not to drive cars impact the way automakers approach the design of future vehicles?
Getting ready for a trip? The Internet has your back. Travel mobile apps to make traveling easier and replace that paper tour guide and offer easy itineraries, new experiences, tipping help, and more.
A new Kickstarter project, LinkMe, is a smart bracelet that users can sync to their smartphones and receive select messages. If funding is raised, devices will hit the market later this year.
Two industrial design students have created a smart, invisible helmet that only inflates to protect the wearer upon impact. Yep, kind of like an airbag - albeit a $500 one with floral prints.
It's the PR problem that no company wants to deal with: What happens when costs on your new corporate headquarters skyrocket so much that the project will cost more to construct that the new World Trade Center? Good luck with that one, Apple.
Those looking for a cool piece of art to clamor over this weekend in New York can visit the bitforms gallery and witness the Angles Mirror copy their silhouettes. Thanks to a tiny camera sensor and motors, the interactive art makes for a trippy exhibit.
Restauranteurs are tired of customers running to Yelp and Foursquare to complain, ruining their Web reps. Instead, they're starting to use social media for more than gratuitous self-promotion.
The Smart Playhouse is the kind of secret clubhouse we wish we had growing up. Designed to resemble modern architecture, these playhouses are clearly made for the one percent offsprings.
Three engineer students from one of India's most prestigious technical universities have designed an undergarment capable of delivering shocks to potential rapists and attackers. The device will be mass produced by month's end.
Trapit is offering publishers full access to the very Artificial Intelligence that powers Siri and Trapit to build their own newsreader apps. Now, any and all news publishers who are willing to cough up the cost can bake the Trapit experience into their own…
The musical landscape continues to evolve, with a new report suggesting that today's young music fans are moving away from physical ownership and traditional radio towards a streaming future.
You might think a bot that turns articles into haiku - as brought to you by the New York Times - would fall in with the rest of the Internet's April Fools' Day jokes. But this is very, very real - and for those of us who like the Web's lighthearted programming…