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London design studio Blacksheep has completed an immersive cookery environment in Seoul's Yeongdeungpo neighbourhood that includes a deli, cafe, library and kitchen featuring industrial materials and high-end European furniture. Read more

Source Feed: Dezeen
Categories: all, interiors, restaurants and bars, architecture, blacksheep, cafes, cooking, interiors, libraries, public and leisure, seoul, south korea

It's 10 years today since the first Apple iPhone went on sale, but after so long at the top, is its influence in decline? We've gone back through our archives and collected the best iPhone-related comments from Dezeen readers. With a mix of snark and insight, they document the product's changing reputation. Read more

Source Feed: Dezeen
Categories: all, comments, design, technology, apple, comments update, iphone

Our job of the day from Dezeen Jobs is for an interior architect/designer to join Snøhetta in Oslo, which recently completed a visitor centre in southern France for the world-famous Lascaux cave paintings. More ›

Source Feed: Dezeen
Categories: all, dezeen jobs, job of the day

The folded steel facade and roof structure of this terminal for cruise liners in the Chinese city of Qingdao is informed by the sails of boats that set out from nearby harbours. Read more

Source Feed: Dezeen
Categories: all, architecture, infrastructure, transport, china, industrial, infrastructure, qingdao

Sedum plants form a huge tick on the roof of Nike's new headquarters in New York, which also features an indoor basketball court, meeting rooms in a van and bleacher-style stairs. Read more

Source Feed: Dezeen
Categories: all, interiors, news, offices, usa, midtown manhattan, new york, new york city, nike, offices

Western Digital has announced a pair of major breakthroughs in NAND flash technology. The company is claiming it will commercialize 96-layer 3D NAND next year, and that it has found a way to build NAND that can store up to four bits of data per cell. The post Western Digital Unveils 96-layer NAND, 4-bit QLC breakthrough appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Source Feed: ExtremeTechExtremeTech
Categories: computing, extreme, 2d nand, 3d nand, 96-layer nand, bics, bics3, bics4, bics5, flash memory, mlc, multilevel cell, qlc, quad level cell, reram, semiconductors, single-level cell, slc, tlc, triple-level cell

After Microsoft's announcement of new GPU monitoring tools last week, we had some questions about the finer points of the implementation. The company has since responded. The post Microsoft Details GPU Monitoring in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Source Feed: ExtremeTechExtremeTech
Categories: computing, gaming, cpu, creator's update, gaming, gpu, graphics, performance monitor, task manager, windows 10, windows 10 fall creators update

The 400 series has been stagnating lately, but Qualcomm is about to give the midrange its biggest boost since that first 400 chip came out. The post Qualcomm’s New Snapdragon 450 Will Give Budget Phones a Boost appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Source Feed: ExtremeTechExtremeTech
Categories: mobile, android, arm, cpu, mobile, processor, qualcomm, soc

Pornhub, an adult content site, has announced compatibility with interactive sex toys like the Kiiroo Onyx – essentially an articulated sex jar – and the Fleshlight Launch – also essentially an articulated sex jar. Certain pre-coded videos played on Pornhub will send signals to these wireless devices, recreating the action on screen with motors and actuators. The company… Read More

Source Feed: Gadgets – TechCrunch
Categories: gadgets, tc, pornography, vibrator, pornhub, fleshlight, sex toys, teledildonics, video hosting

With more torque (but sometimes less horsepower), diesels are often quicker than gasoline equivalents. They all burn less fuel. The post Best Diesel Cars and SUVs Worth Buying in 2017 appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Source Feed: ExtremeTechExtremeTech
Categories: extreme, 3 series, 5 series, autos, bentley, bmw, buick, cars, chevrolet, cruze, cx-5, diesel engines, dieselgate, diesels, envision, equinox, f-pace, gmc, grand cherokee, jaguar, jeep, land rover, mazda, mazda cx-5, range rover, range rover hse, tdi, terrain, volkswagen, vw, x3, x5

It’s been more than two months since Energy Secretary Rick Perry ordered the DOE to conduct a 60-day study on whether wind and solar are undercutting “baseload” coal and nuclear power -- a request that many renewable energy and environmental groups fear will lead to a foregone conclusion against renewable-friendly state subsidies and policies.  In 2015, the lead author of the Energy Department study wrote a security report that concluded renewable energy policies are a greater emerging...

Source Feed: Greentech Media: Headlines

GPU mining might be all the rage again, but there's an important difference this time around -- now, the GPU manufacturers are looking to cash in on the craze. The post AMD, Nvidia GPUs for Cryptocurrency Mining Unveiled appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Source Feed: ExtremeTechExtremeTech
Categories: computing, amd, asus, bitcoin, cryptocurrency, ethereum, hash rate, mining, nvidia


Cat owners rejoice! Now you can quantify the comings and goings of your furry friend — thanks to an app-controlled pet door that can send push notifications when Tibbles enters and leaves your abode. Read More

Source Feed: Gadgets – TechCrunch
Categories: apps, europe, gadgets, tc, sureflap, pet tech, cat flap, pet door, microchip, rfid


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The nation's largest residential solar installer is shutting down operations in South Carolina, roughly eight months after entering the state's burgeoning solar market. Tesla subsidiary SolarCity launched a new residential service in the Palmetto State last October, due in part to the introduction of a new solar loan product earlier in the year. The company hoped to hire around 100 new employees and expand from Charleston to other parts of the state over time.  “Certainly the growth of the...

Source Feed: Greentech Media: Headlines

The energy storage industry group has beefed up its leadership team as it prepares for a rapid scale-up of the companies it represents. The Energy Storage Association hired Kelly Speakes-Backman as its first CEO, starting July 1. Executive Director Matt Roberts is moving to a new role as vice president for external affairs, where he will focus on messaging and strategic planning. Nitzan Goldberger also joined the leadership team as state policy director, coming from the policy shop at...

Source Feed: Greentech Media: Headlines

The recent comment about autonomous cars by Governor Jay Inslee of Washington might just be a slip of the tongue, or it might be an indicator of how confused the American public has become about self-driving vehicles. Inslee, after signing an executive order allowing automakers to begin testing autonomous cars on his state’s roads, unwisely used the term “foolproof” to describe the technology. “One thing I know about radar, it doesn’t drive drunk, it doesn’t drive distracted,” Inslee was...

Source Feed: Design News
Categories: automotive, automation & motion control

Researchers at Singapore University of Technology & Design (SUTD) along with collaborators at Georgia Tech, have made a breakthrough in the development of 4D printing.  According to researcher Martin Dunn, who spoke with Design News from Singapore, “4D printing essentially involves printing something in three dimensions, then subjecting it to some kind of environmental stimulus, like heat, or moisture that transforms it into a new shape. It could also be looked at as printing with smart...

Source Feed: Design News
Categories: materials & assembly, 3d printing

Everyone’s excited about the SNES Classic Edition, what with its twee 90s look and fantastic selection of games. But as with its NES predecessor, the Japanese version of the device is significantly different, outside and in — here are the differences between the two. Read More

Source Feed: Gadgets – TechCrunch
Categories: gadgets, gaming, tc, nintendo, snes classic edition

In designing spaces, it is now easier than ever before to draw inspiration from current trends, and from different styles and cultural influences. The spectrum of choices is great, as is the aspiration to dispense with any prescribed norm and rather find solutions that reflect our personal preferences. With its overarching keynote theme UNIQUE YOUNIVERSE, the world’s leading trade fair for carpets and floor coverings, DOMOTEX, puts forward a new concept that follows this trend and offers room...

Source Feed: New stories by Architonic

Microgrids require a hefty combination of technologies to execute properly. They also require software that can turn those distributed, behind-the-meter resources into multiple revenue streams in order to make that technology worth the investment.  On Tuesday, PowerSecure, the provider of a 1.5-gigawatt fleet of backup power systems at grocery stores, data centers and military bases across the country, announced a partnership with Advanced Microgrid Solutions, the California startup that’s...

Source Feed: Greentech Media: Headlines

When you hear about companies raising tons of money for “smart glass,” the first thing that hits your mind might be something augmented reality-related like the HoloLens. But View, which just closed a $200 million funding round, is using smart glass to make better windows that adjust to the outdoor environment. Read More

Source Feed: GreenTech – TechCrunch
Categories: fundings & exits, greentech, tc, view, smart glass

On May 12, hundreds of thousands of computer owners at home and at work – across 150 countries – woke to the unpleasant reality that their data was being held for ransom. Yikes. Microsoft had released a patch for the appropriately named cryptoworm – WannaCry – but many didn’t install it. And those who were understandably still attached to the oldie-but-goodie Windows XP didn’t stand a chance, as Microsoft stopped releasing patches for it in 2014. Few were surprised that the attack targeted...

Source Feed: Design News
Categories: cyber security, government/defense

The first step in deploying an effective network of industrial connectivity is determining the nature of the network itself. In the session, Building an IIoT Roadmap for Your Factory, at the Atlantic Design and Manufacturing conference earlier this month, Benjamin Kiefer (photo), co-founder and systems engineer at MAJiK Systems, explained how to determine the details of the plant network. “Those who will get the most from their connectivity begin with a plan,” Kiefer told Design News. “To...

Source Feed: Design News
Categories: atx east - new york, automation & motion control, iot

Sooner or later, our children will be raised by robots, so it’s natural that Disney, purveyor of both robots and child-related goods, would want to get ahead of that trend. A trio of studies from its Research division aim at understanding and improving how kids converse with and otherwise interact with robots and other reasonably smart machines. Read More

Source Feed: Gadgets – TechCrunch
Categories: artificial intelligence, gadgets, robotics, science, tc, disney research

Are you excited about trying out the new features coming up with iOS 11? If so, Apple just released the first public beta of iOS 11 now available to download for everyone. You don’t need to pay $99 for a developer account to download it. But remember, it is still a beta. While the company still plans to release the final version of iOS 11 this fall, Apple is going to release regular… Read More

Source Feed: Gadgets – TechCrunch
Categories: apps, gadgets, mobile, tc, apple, ios, ios 11

With growing time-to-market pressures and increasingly complex systems within products, the design process has become risky. These risks show up during the process of bringing a product concept into reality. Whether it’s sole-source components that might cause supply chain issues or untested connectivity added at the end to meet competitive pressure, much can go wrong with design. You face the added risk once the product is out in the field and the market reacts to it. Throughout the product...

Source Feed: Design News
Categories: design hardware & software, iot

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Suzuki Morihisa in Morioka, Iwate Prefecture, is a 15th generation family business for cast ironworks (Nanbu Tekki), dating back to 1625. Shigeo Suzuki, of the henceforward 16th generation, talks about the workshop’s history and the current situation. Please tell us a little bit about the rich history of Suzuki Morihisa. In the Edo Period, there was a feudal lord of the Nanbu clan from Yamanashi Prefecture who liked art. Here in Iwate, iron, sand, charcoal, and lacquer were abundant. These...

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London’s leading design destination returns to King’s Cross during the London Design Festival. Taking place 21-24 September, designjunction is more than just a trade show, it’s a unique visitor experience offering a wide range of eateries, a mix of global furniture, lighting, accessory, material and technology brands alongside design-led pop-up shops, installations and interactive features. designjunction connects more than 200 of the world’s most iconic design brands with the world’s leading...

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If you had to work with one material for the next three years, which would you choose? I would choose glass. Our culture is a transparent culture. We always have to tell the truth and need to be transparent. Glass is such a strong metaphorical material. It is man-made and yet perceived as a natural [true] material. Can you identify certain trends in materials? I believe that the real creative people are the ones that go into the forest and ignore any traces of people who were there before....

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Small but highly capable. The NINI stool is deliberately sleek, with sublte lines. Thanks to it´s straightforward design it can be intergrated with perfect visual logic into any furnishing style. As well as an air of functional efficiency, it conveys a sense of familiarity – an association that’s further strengthened by the use of solid wood. It is made of either natural oiled oak or walnut, or of oak with an open-pore painted finish, in this case with a big choice of matt colours. Subtle...

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The Canyon Design Team has been named the 2017 Red Dot: Design Team of the Year. Since 1988, Design Zentrum Nordrhein Westfalen has been selecting a team each year that produces excellent product design year after year.

Source Feed: Dexigner
Categories: industrial+design, transportation+design

Design contracts and new project inquiries reached their highest point in May, and have stayed in positive territory every month in 2017.

Source Feed: Architectural Lighting: News
Categories: business, economics, economic conditions, kermit baker, aia, american institute of architects

Volvo tuner Polestar, which the carmaker acquired in 2015 to build its own race-ready Volve cars, is now being set up as its own separate company within the Volvo group, with a new focus on performance electric vehicles. The new Polestar will have its own branding, distinct from Volvo’s – though it’ll still produce performance versions of Volvo cars in addition to its own… Read More

Source Feed: GreenTech – TechCrunch
Categories: automotive, greentech, tc, transportation, volvo, tesla, polestar

London could be a lot more green by 2050 – Mayor Sadiq Khan has outlined a plan for transportation service (via Engadget) in the city that would make the whole system, including taxis, cars and buses, totally emission free by that year. Even though that’s over 30 years away, it’s still an incredibly ambitious plan that will require a lot of pieces to fall into place. Those… Read More

Source Feed: GreenTech – TechCrunch
Categories: automotive, greentech, tc, transportation

Tesla’s next Gigafactory could be in China, according to a report from Bloomberg. The electric car maker is in talks to build its vehicles in the country for the first time, and it’s nearing an agreement with the city of Shanghai to construct the manufacturing facility in a nearby industrial development zone. The final details of the agreement are still in flux, and Bloomberg… Read More

Source Feed: GreenTech – TechCrunch
Categories: automotive, greentech, tc, transportation, tesla

Destination America has recently pivoted to become the only network that aims to bridge the gap between true life experiences and the unknown.

Source Feed: Dexigner
Categories: broadcast+design

Lyft has set itself some concrete goals for its renewed commitment to the Paris climate agreement, in spite of Trump’s announcement that the U.S. as a nation would be pulling out of the accord. Those goals focus primarily on Lyft’s autonomous ambitions, and so are contingent on the ride hailing company accomplishing its self-driving vision at scale, but they’re laudable… Read More

Source Feed: GreenTech – TechCrunch
Categories: automotive, greentech, tc, transportation, lyft

Monotype has announced the widespread availability of the SST typeface, which was originally designed in exclusive partnership with the creative department of Sony Corporation to be used on a global scale.

Source Feed: Dexigner
Categories: typography

MPC Creative created the short opening film for the 2017 AICP Next Awards presentation. The film was a visual representation of the prestigious competition's search for new and unexplored forms of communication.

Source Feed: Dexigner
Categories: broadcast+design

EAJY has announced the launch of their first product Beams Chair. Stylish and functional, the Beams Chair is a lightweight and durable wooden armchair.

Source Feed: Dexigner
Categories: furniture+design

The current pace of job additions is nearly three times the rate that the labor market is growing, and professional and business services made the biggest monthly increase since 2014.

Source Feed: Architectural Lighting: News
Categories: economic conditions, economics, business, mark zandi, adp


Mid-sized businesses accounted for a majority of the payroll gains last month, and construction had a weak April.

Source Feed: Architectural Lighting: News
Categories: economics, economic conditions, business, ahu yildirmaz, mark zandi, moody's analytics, adp


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