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The International Business District (IBD) in Songdo, South Korea.

South Korea is building a $40 billion city designed to eliminate the need for cars

By 2020, Songdo's International Business District will span 100 million square feet. The South Korean city aims to prioritize pedestrians over cars, but there are questions whether the district can become a thriving community.
Rothy's is expanding.

The new status shoe is machine washable, made from recycled water bottles, and costs $145 a pair

Rothy's, a shoe startup based in San Francisco, turns plastic water bottles into trendy ballet flats.
A rendering of the proposed floating park, called Diller Island, in Manhattan, New York.

Billionaire Barry Diller has plans to build a $250 million floating park in New York City, and the designs look incredible

After New York governor Andrew Cuomo stepped in, the plan to build a floating park on the Hudson is back on.
The Electric Cinema in London, England.

These are the 10 most luxurious movie theaters in the world

Food, cocktails, and comfortable seating are the hallmarks of luxury theaters.

Elon Musk has ambitious plans for his tunneling company — here’s what we know

Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk plans to dig beneath cities through his newest venture, the Boring Company. Here's what we know so far.

6 ways the future of flying will be amazing

A major change in the airline industry happens once every decade or two. We are currently in such a generational shift.

With its $10-a-month service, MoviePass has totally changed my relationship to movie theaters

In August, a startup called MoviePass caused a frenzy by dropping the price of its plan, which lets you see one film a day in theaters, to $9.95 a month.
This Rolls-Royce concept is designed for a future where autonomous cars are the norm.

Self-driving cars will radically transform the passenger experience

Automakers have the freedom to reimagine car design when a driver isn't in the equation. These concept cars show what companies currently have in mind.