Karin Borochov

These 3D-printed glasses are beloved by celebs and can be yours soon

The story behind how the hottest new glasses came to be.

New smartphone a hit with the blind community

Melding state-of-the-art hardware and software, Project Ray gives the visually impaired new opportunities.

Where the world's top techies are this week

Innovation festival connects coders and creatives to build tomorrow’s next big thing.

Why you should care about this new computer chip

Both super-geeks and everyday smartphone users are excited about Intel's new Skylake processor.

Where the walls have ears (of corn)

Gravity-defying urban farms are now installed at Apple, Google, Intel and Facebook offices.

How a new device is helping cows deliver better milk to you

Breaking away from herd mentality allows farmers to find problems with the utmost precision.

How a rare nut is taming women's hair around the world

The iconic Moroccanoil brand of hair products has surprising 'roots.'

Don’t poo-poo this invention

New technology discovers creative ways – road paving! home insulation! – to upcycle sewage into valuable byproducts​.

Innovative tech helps farmers save food

Grain and seed “cocoons” take a bite out of our global hunger problem.

These 5 companies have your (online) back

These leading cyber firms secure everything from banking to Facebook.

Could this high-tech plug stop leaky pipes and floods?

A new consumer-friendly device senses leaks and jumps into action.

Dream machine eats trash, creates clean fuel

A consumer-friendly biogas device is helping feed the world in an eco-friendly way.

Now kids can create online games without knowing a line of code

Award-winning app inspires teaching tools for kids – from over-achievers to those with special needs.

Coral reef stays alive by playing dead

New research lays blueprint for helping humans renew lost organs.

Can old-fashioned hair dye solve world hunger?

New non-toxic treatment can increase the shelf life of fruit and veggies up to 9 weeks.