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Service Mines Instagram Data To Design More Authentic Travel Experiences

For many people the best kind of holiday is one based on local knowledge, but how do you know where the locals go—especially when they may prefer not to tell you? Through social media

Why The Fashion World Needs A Redesign

Stats and quotes from our Fashion Debrief highlight the key hurdles the fashion industry needs to overcome in order to pursue a more sustainable future

Coca-Cola's Main Campus Unveils A Modern New Look

The beverage giant made major changes to its Atlanta campus in order to inspire its employees and reinvent itself

Amazon Is Planning To Release A Pair Of Alexa-Powered Glasses

Unlike Google Glass and Snapchat's Spectacles, the glasses reportedly won't feature a camera, instead focusing on linking to Amazon's voice assistant

AFRICA: Another insight on PSFK for Members

AFRICA: Another insight on PSFK for Members

United Airlines Invitees Can Access A Secret Restaurant At Newark Airport

The upscale eatery is invite-only and limited to a select few of the airline's customers

Coca-Cola Has Released A Coffee Drink In Japan

The beverage maker released a Japan-exclusive beverage that mixes their soft drink beverage with coffee

Kodak Brings The Insta-Print Camera To The Digital Age

The camera company have developed a new camera for those who miss the days of instantly-printing their photos

This Jacket Automatically Changes Shape Based On The Wearer's Needs

Riot Division's multi-functional jacket doubles as a bag and features storage for just about everything

Robots Could Take On Millions Of Jobs Over The Next Decade

A Royal Society of Arts survey suggests technology could phase out mundane roles, raise productivity and bolster wages

Vending Machine Accepts Dialects As A Form Of Payment

Coca-Cola made a vending machine that allows a person to speak a phrase in a specific Swedish dialect to win a drink

Inflate This Upcycled Suitcase With A Bicycle Pump

A space-saving bag from Freitag uses a thin inflatable tube instead of a metal frame

How Apple Is Taking Aim At Online Advertising

New iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra will stop ads following Safari users, prompting open letter claiming Apple is destroying internet's economic model

BEAUTY: Another insight on PSFK for Members

BEAUTY: Another insight on PSFK for Members

PSFK Launches The Fashion Debrief

PSFK's Fashion Debrief spotlights how key brands, designers and figures in the fashion industry are leading the way towards eco-friendly production

Fashion Startup Wants Customers To Be Able To Customize Every Item They Buy

LA-based fashion company Frilly is hoping to make garment customization mainstream

This Algae-Producing Biodome Might Be The Future of Food

A bioreactor from IKEA's future lab can produce mass quantities of algae, which has surprising benefits as a food source

Get Up Close And Personal With Your Favorite Soccer Stars Thanks To Premium Tickets

The Manchester City Tunnel Club will offer fans a chance to access exclusive areas around the tunnel that leads from the dressing rooms into the field

Nordstrom Launches A Store Without Merchandise

This new concept store doesn't have clothes on display, instead relying on a team of expert personal shoppers and same-day delivery

How Hollywood Reboots Are Flipping Gender

The plan for an all-girls remake of the dystopian 1960s classic Lord of the Flies is just one of many new projects reimagining hit films with female leads

DESIGN & ARCHITECTURE: Another insight on PSFK for Members

DESIGN & ARCHITECTURE: Another insight on PSFK for Members

ASIA: Another insight on PSFK for Members

ASIA: Another insight on PSFK for Members

Google Created A Test For Mental Health

The new program can be accessed by those Googling the disorder

Corkscrew-Shaped Wine Glass Separates Sediment

The glass features a built-in corkscrew element that captures solid material

AUGMENTED & VIRTUAL REALITY: Another insight on PSFK for Members

AUGMENTED & VIRTUAL REALITY: Another insight on PSFK for Members

Spend A Night In This Hotel Run By Robots

The Henn-na Hotel in Japan, which is staffed by robots from reception to recycling, is expanding to 100 new locations

How Cities Would Suffer If Corner Shops Died Out

As the inventors of Bodega learned yesterday, people feel that real corner shops actually matter to cities in a way supermarket chains and automated cabinets never can