Daniel Wilson wanted a prosthetic to let him ride a bike and swing a bat (and he wanted it to be red), so two engineering students found an ingenious way to make one for him.
Feeling lost in the supermarket? You may be in luck: Big stores are starting to cut down on the endless options in an attempt to waste less inventory.
After a major kerfuffle over the ratings for its latest laptop’s energy efficiency, repairability, and recyclability, the new MacBook has received a clean bill of health. But did anything change, or did Apple just make the Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool back down?
A new online map using data streams from the city charts the last decade of growth and the change in neighborhoods that the growth brought with it, from parks to public safety.
We’ve all seen amusing uses of the page you get when you mistype a URL, but NotFound lets you use that space for something more valuable: tracking down kidnapped kids.
Doctors are examining you once a year, but your underwear could be checking you out every single day.
Why should you be forced to eat a boring meal provided by your company if there is a vibrant food culture right outside your office door? Cater2Me brings the passion of artisanal food producers to the office meal.