Hyperloop taps into government research to float pods
Hyperloop Transportation Technologies will harness Inductrack, a levitation system developed by the US government.
Sesame Workshop launches an experimental new YouTube channel
Sesame Studios will feature educational content for kids who aren't glued to their TVs.
Apple sued (again) for violating force touch patents
This time, AT&T is included in the list of violators for reasons that don't entirely make sense.
It doesn't matter who created Bitcoin
Or, 'Craig Wright’s Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Week.'
Uber hires more former politicians to champion its cause
A new public policy board includes two former White House staffers and ex-European VP Neelie Kroes
How a 'Star Wars' nerd made VFX software for the rest of us
FXHome's free visual effects suite is designed for amateurs.
Hulu is working on a live TV service for cord-cutters
The company is reportedly developing a $40-a-month service that'll stream live TV to your home.
There's a standing desk and balance board for kids now
The creators of the FluidStance balance board have crafted a standing desk for kids in the classroom.
IBM supercomputer helped design a dress it can never wear
IBM teamed up with fashion house Marchesa to create a dress to show off the power of cognitive computing.