Tony Fadell’s Book “Build” Celebrates Success and Failure

After 30+ years in Silicon Valley, this engineer and designer has plenty of tales and advice to share

Often referred to as the “Father of the iPod,” engineer and designer Tony Fadell has just released his first book, Build: An Unorthodox Guide to Making Things Worth Making. With 30+ years of experience in Silicon Valley and 300 patents to his name, Fadell has been part of epic successes—and failures—and this book is full of stories, insights and lessons related to them. Fadell began his …

Nike ISPA’s Link Axis Sneakers Are Designed to be Disassembled and Recycled

New from Nike ISPA (which stands for improvise, scavenge, protect and adapt), the Link and Link Axis sneaker models are designed to further the brand’s future in circular design. The sneakers are constructed from three modules that interlock rather than relying on glue, meaning they can easily be disassembled and recycled after use. Each style also uses recycled materials (including 100% recycled Flyknit and 100% …

Test Drive: 2022 All-Electric Kia EV6

The company's first dedicated electric vehicle, this compact crossover feels familiar and brand new

It’s been fascinating to watch the evolution of Kia, especially over the past 10 years. For those who remember the brand’s introduction in 1992, it almost defies belief that the same company that brought us the Sephia now brings us vehicles that are stunning, powerful and desirable. It would be easy to give all the credit to Peter Schreyer (the former VW designer credited with …