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Tales from Stanford
Everything you wanted to know about Stanford executive education but were too afraid to ask
Six months after launch, Banqer is in 122 classrooms nationwide
US troops may soon have access to high-speed, all terrain flying 'bikes' as the US military starts development of its New Zealand-designed hover-bike technology.
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, wait, it’s a drone! The future of delivery is here, as a parcel delivering drone successfully completed a flight in Auckland. Commercial aerial ...
As med-tech gets better, cheaper and smarter, could robots be the solution that the medical industry’s long-suffering customers have been waiting for?
In 2012 alone, a single player, Nespresso, sold more than 27 billion pods worldwide. Meanwhile, coffee-drinking connoisseurs over in Europe spent $10 million in 2013 on coffee pod machines, surpassing drip coffee machine sales for the first time. In New Zealand, sales of Nespresso coffee machines – the leading brand here – rose 87% in the year to February 2014.
A green fashion scheme launched by students, recent graduates and fashion researchers, aims to redesign the way we buy, wear and treat our clothes.
Chip Kidd – American author, editor, and graphic designer – is most well known for his book covers which he designs at an average of 75 per year. It's an ...
This year's Interiors Awards, held at the historic St-Mattew-in-the-city Auckland, saw common themes of adaptive reuse, industrial-chich an'd a more residential feel to the workplace. With a record number of ...
Bosses set the standard for the office and workplace attitude - to do work, or to not?
With customers increasingly demanding online solutions from business, traditional models are scrambling to bring their online engagement models up to snuff.
Wellington creative technologies students get opportunities to work in the real – and the virtual – world
Nearly forty years after Star Wars first came out, true holograms have still yet to appear. The latest in technology offers high power lasers to ionize air. It’s extremely dangerous however, and definitely not something you’d want on your tabletop. Other solutions use screens or LED arrays rotating at extremely high speeds, which aren’t exactly kid-friendly either.
Five bits of frivolity for a hearty dose of Friday distraction