Dubai’s record-shattering new bridge—built on shifting sand
Laptops for road warriors
How Chipotle’s CEO became the burrito king
An invisibility cloak that hides ships from sonar
The Echo Nest will change the way we listen to music
New gaming devices to take on the road
Overhauling the Olmsted Locks and Dam
The Bay Bridge’s new earthquake-resistant design shakes up the world’s architecture scene
The story behind Kobold watches, the only timepieces made by Sherpas
What’s next for IBM’s Jeopardy!-winning robot, Watson? Give him a call
Two engineers explain how they’re going to bike across the Atlantic
Do the twist with the world’s first bendable TV.
After years of scattering superstores across the U.S., Walmart goes small.
South Korea’s Songdo International Business District isn’t just the largest planned community in the world, it’s also one of the greenest.
After selling vitaminwater for billions, brash New Yorker Mike Repole has set his sights on healthy fast food and upscale cheese puffs and horse racing and…
As Americans drink way too many energy drinks, a 22-year-old surfer catches the next wave: a beverage that calms you down
How an adorable new networking device may replace the humble business card.
The once-mighty pinball industry is dying. Can China save it?
Virtual dressing rooms give you the full shopping experience, minus the unflattering lighting.
IN LATE 2007 the American advertising agency Crispin Porter+Bogusky launched a campaign for Burger King called “Whopper Freakout.”