Alfa Romeo and Maserati are both over 100 years old, yet they've remained faithful to their heritage through periods of ups and downs. We sat down with Klaus Busse to learn how to balance tradition while breaking new ground.
Chrome OS will soon combine notifications and quick system settings together in one menu. The new look, similar to Windows 10's Action Center, could be part of what many consider to Material Design 2.0.
To tackle some of today’s most pressing man-made disasters, a team of researchers from the University of Southern California has now turned to the leaves of a floating fern, which have strange eggbeater-shaped protrusions.
Levi's is turning to laser tech to make distressed jeans via a new process that reduces the company's impact on the environment. In a video showing the technique, we can see eight different designs made from the same base pair.
Researchers at EPFL have designed an origami-inspired delivery drone that could someday bring goods from sellers to buyers, keeping cargo safe in a cage along the way. Though there's more work to be done, the concept could influence future…
Two students have developed what they’re calling an affordable and sustainable solution for purifying water in developing regions. It includes a 4-liter pouch that purifies water when placed in direct sunlight for four hours.
Ubisoft once again changed its logo, though this time it is stripped of all color. It will change depending on the game it is helping market, altering its color and texture to be in line with Ubisoft's game worlds.
With 14 presenters on tap for this year's WebVisions conference in Portland, Oregon, those in attendance learned about everything from tech's growing role in activism to content strategy for paleontologists.
In the wake of the 2011 tsunami that rocked Japan, designer Chris Robinson decided to begin work on a safety capsule called the Tsunamiball that would be able to help people stay safe during natural disasters.
Taking up just about 97 square feet, the Ecocubo is designed to be both environmentally friendly and inconspicuous among its surroundings. The Ecocubo is positioned on stilts for minimal impact to the landscape.
Designed and constructed by the New Delhi-based design firm Mofa Studios, India's Pensieve art installation looked to Harry Potter for its unique name and required over 1,000 wooden pallets for construction.
Designed by Canadian architecture firm, DINS Projects, Manitoba's Pole House turned to recycled gas pipe stilts to overlook the nearby Lake Winnipeg and to save it from potential flood and water damage.