A Practical Peek at the Future of Travel

Breaking down data and insights from experts, The Future of Travel answers practical questions about the industry—from when business trips will become more frequent to what families should know before booking vacations. Further into the interactive article, they ponder queries like, “Is the green wave over?” and “Will people gravitate to nature?” Along with information on how hotels, parks, airports, airline loyalty programs and more will …

New Technologies Provide Opportunities for Remanufacturing

Technologies like 3D printing and automation prolong the life of products that consumers would typically throw out. When they need specific parts to repair their products—from power tools and coffeemakers to vacuums and smoke-detectors—they now reach out to companies, who can (courtesy of those tech improvements) remanufacture specific components. “Remanufacturing is a smart way to continue to advance without creating a lot of waste. The …

The New York Times’ Listening Table

To make the most out of daily meetings, The New York Times has developed The Listening Table, a smart table that not only records conversations but also provides a transcript of important points. The Listening Table features a central, omnidirectional microphone encircled by an LED ring that glows when recording and, by tapping on the table’s capacitative strips, users can call out when something noteworthy …