3 Ways for Big Tech to Protect Teens From Harm

3 Ways for Big Tech to Protect Teens From Harm

With our colleagues from Brainstorm, Stanford’s Lab for Mental Health Innovation, we’ve created guiding principles that companies can follow to create products that protect users and have potential to help: Do no harm :Do not allow teens to be harmed by what they consume.

Hyundai's Luxury SUV Mixes Mics and Math for a Silent Ride

Hyundai's Luxury SUV Mixes Mics and Math for a Silent Ride

Typically, they use microphones in the cabin to capture ambient noise, which a processor then uses to generate a constant “opposite” sound wave that is pumped through the car’s stereo speakers.

Bridgestone's New Tire Makes Driving Electric as Quiet as It Should Be

Bridgestone's New Tire Makes Driving Electric as Quiet as It Should Be

Among other tricks, Bridgestone molded millimeter-high serrations into the trough of each channel to break up the high frequency sounds that result when the tire rolls down the road. Higher frequencies like what you get from pattern noise: As the tire rolls, tiny bubbles of air are compressed between the tread and ground.

How to Throw a Boomerang Like a Pro

How to Throw a Boomerang Like a Pro

"But a boomerang is thrown vertically so the directional lift is to the side, unlike an airplane flying horizontal where the directional lift is up in the air.

Everlane's New Sneaker Treads Lightly on the Environment

Everlane's New Sneaker Treads Lightly on the Environment

Everlane's next project takes its eco-consciousness one step further with a unisex sneaker made from recycled plastic, rubber, and leather. They turned to natural and recycled rubber, which is durable, but also considerably heavier than plastic-derived foams like EVA.The brand developed its own material for the sole of the shoe.