Apple doesn't just control the world of devices -- they will soon control the wind too. Or at least the energy it creates. Close enough.
Think scaffolding is ugly? A New York City based design outfit called Softwalks aims to change your mind with adorable pop-up parks.
Whoever invented this was going to work on world hunger problems, but decided people needed to suck food out of their stomachs more.
Rupert Murdoch gets his climate change info from a dickhead and then tweets it like it's true.
The dudes at Signal Snowboard have made a snowboard equipped with solar panels that can actually charge your phone.
Range anxiety no more. Tesla is installing two high-powered charging stations in Connecticut and Delaware.
Pretty soon your computer will start knowing what kind of meals you should make and eat. And if it's not good you won't be able to complain to anyone.
A new ap called Sitegeist tells you a neighborhood's rent values, political breakdown, and commuting style, among other things.
This is sort of the Fitbit of forks -- it gives you lots of information about your meal and how much and how fast you ate. And it only costs $100!
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