Author and sustainable development advocate Hunter Lovins on a meeting of heads of state and major thinkers trying to find a way to shift our focus from GDP to human well-being. Happiness doesn’t have to cost us—and it could save us.
Apple was just granted 22 fresh patents. Among ideas for smart clothing and new iPhone headsets is a patent relating to the Apple Television. It contains elements previously unseen—and that may contain important clues to the long-rumored Apple device.
"I finally cracked it." Those four magical words from the new Steve Jobs biography reignited rumors about Apple's intention to reinvent the last big screen in our daily lives: The television. Here's what that would look like—and why it should happen now.
As the Great Recession slowly recedes, it's clear that we're not going back to the world of 2006. But where exactly are we going? In his State of the Union Address, President Obama spoke about investing in innovation to move our country and our economy forward.
A new survey seems bad news for the burgeoning 3-D industry—only 2% of British consumers want to buy a 3-D TV. Will a Japanese invention of a "touchable" 3-D user interface help the technology's appeal?