Apple’s first quarter net profits of $18 billion (£11.8 billion) are reportedly the biggest quarterly profits ever made by a public company.
Consultancy 42 Technology has designed a new lever-based valve for industrial gas canisters that can replace the traditional hand-wheel mechanism.
Sebastian Conran Associates has launched a build-it-yourself 3D printer for use in the home, workplace and schools.
Work has started on the beehive-themed UK Pavilion for Milan Expo 2015 which will succeed Thomas Heatherwick’s Seed Cathedral.
Consultancy creates fictional BlueBook operating system which appears in film about a man’s relationship with a human form AI.
Japanese consultancy Nendo has designed nine 26mm³ chocolates into different geometric shapes to represent different textures.
The consultancy has recreated the look and feel of OXO’s stock cube and Shake & Flavour Seasoning, with aims of making it brighter and bolder.
Google says its Glass Explorer Edition will not be available from tomorrow but the Glass team is already working on its replacement.
Samsung has hired former Tangerine co-president Don tae Lee as its new global design team leader.
To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Lewis Carroll novel’s publication, Godfrey Design and illustrator Grahame Bakersmith have created a set of themed stamps.
Consultancy Alphabetical has designed The Transition Pack, aimed at helping teenagers with heart conditions learn how to manage their healthcare independently.
Rodd has designed a suite of new products for the electronics brand, which is now looking to focus on “intelligent design” driven by “simplicity and usability”.
Designmuseum Danmark in Copenhagen will run an exhibition exploring art, design and architecture for children.
22-year-old designer Steve Swanton has created a lamp that bridges aesthetics and treatment for those with the condition.
Wearable tech is finally becoming truly wearable and household objects are becoming more connected as design embraces the sensorisation of tech.