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MIT researchers develop InForm, a shape-shifting display surface
… A research team from MIT's Tangible Media Group has developed InForm, a dynamic shape display that can shape shift to render 3D content physically. — The surface is made up of around 1000 pins — long, vertically assembled square sticks arranged in a square grid.
Jonathan Ive: Apple's goal isn't to make money
— Apple's goal is not to make money, but to make good products, said Jonathan Ive, senior vice president of industrial design at Apple, speaking at the British Embassy's Creative Summit. — “We are really pleased with our revenues but our goal isn't to make money.
The EU signs up to Acta
— The EU and 22 of its member states have signed up to Acta — the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement — in Tokyo today (26 January). — Acta — which is supported by many rights owners — has been met with widespread criticism from open rights activists …
What is Acta and why should you be worried about it?
— Sopa and Pipa might be on hold for the time-being, but there is a greater threat looming. It's called the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) and it's an international agreement that aims to establish multinational standards on intellectual property rights enforcement.
From signed up to satisfied — Getting new users is easy; keeping them is hard. Join Intercom co-founder Des Traynor as he explains how to bridge the gap between a company's initial traction and sustained success.