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Despite the odds, indie games and the mainstream meld at E3

Even with other avenues for attention, indie developers need gaming's most mainstream summit to earn mass market exposure and time under the spotlight.

By June 12, 2014


Utility bike designs from Ziba and Signal Cycles (photos)

The Portland design firm and independent bike builder work on creating a new kind of bike for urban cyclists for the Oregon Manifest bike building competition.

9 Images By July 6, 2011


Ideo's electric bike wins design competition

An electric bike, created by global design consultancy Ideo and Santa Cruz, Calif., bike maker Rock Lobster Custom Cycles, wins the Oregon Manifest competition to build the ultimate utility bike.

By October 7, 2011


The ultimate utility bike? Maybe it's an e-bike

The Oregon Manifest bike building competition pitted three teams of bike builders with global design consultancies. One of the most novel approaches featured an electronic bike that was surprisingly cool.

By September 26, 2011


Designing the ultimate utility bike

World-class designers teamed with small handcrafted bike makers compete to create the most useful urban bike ever.

By July 6, 2011


Scoop: Microsoft closes consumer skunkworks unit

The software giant shuts Pioneer Studios, a group created to breathe creativity into the design process of the company's consumer electronics offerings.

By May 19, 2011


A movement for meaning-driven business?

The conversation about meaning-driven business is continuing, and some pundits want "meaning" to not only be an abstract concept, but a movement.

By August 9, 2009


Intel mobile Metro laptop: Razr-thin PC unveiled

We think we may have found a laptop that is actually sexier than the MacBook -- it's called the Intel mobile Metro and it's gorgeous! And nothing to do with the free paper

By May 25, 2007


Designer PCs strut their stuff

To spice up its Intel Developer Forum, Intel holds a PC "fashion show"--a preview of computers that use the Pentium III.

By February 23, 1999


Intel touts pyramid PC

The chip giant's new pyramid-shaped Aztec computer shows how much space in a PC can be saved by using cutting-edge technologies.

By November 4, 1998