Who needs a boring office park when you have a 65,000-square-foot glass dome?
The Makr Shakr can make any drink you want--and even cut a lemon. Put a tie and a vest on it, and you won’t even be able to tell the difference between it and your local mixologist.
You like your smartphone? Get ready for your smart toilet.
We might have fewer characters to work with, but we still hunger for narrative. New mediums aren’t destroying fiction, they’re allowing us to innovate even more in how we create and consume our stories. Plus: an appearance by John Hodgman!
As part of our Futurist Forum, we’re hosting a free online discussion with futurist Glen Hiemstra about how our work life is going to evolve.
A new wave of apps and devices make it possible to check most of your vitals with just what you carry around in your pocket all day.
Present Shock author Douglas Rushkoff talks about how the digital revolution can change our concept of time and reinvent how we live and work--if we embrace it correctly.
We’re at the cusp of a revolution in personal health, fueled by personal monitoring and better analytics. In the future, will health care be as simple as taking your car for a tune-up?
Businesses often try to eliminate complexity, but that’s impossible and futile. Success will come only when you find complex solutions to complex problems.