A new vaccination law will be in effect this School Exclusion Day, and another potential bill is in the works.
Retro adventure game Space Age was four years and two continents in the making.
THE MONEY ISSUE
Your phone is about to become your new financial guru.
The coffee giant's iPhone ordering system is rolling out in Portland starting today.
Starting today, Portland will serve as the first test market for the coffee giant's mobile ordering system.
Oregon’s drone dreamers envision an innovative, lucrative “Silicon Sky.” First, they must overcome the feds, privacy proponents, and public fear.
In the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry’s exhibition-design laboratory, the future of learning is under construction.
For 30 years, the storied design firm Ziba has created pioneering products for the world’s biggest companies. The most crucial project yet: moving forward.
A Q&A with Paul Stamets, one of the nation’s leading mycologists (mushroom scientists)
A bold new research hub unites three
ambitious universities and a rising neighborhood.
A PSU alum gives "group think" a new meaning with a smart new study-buddy app.
Nike's Fuelband sparked an enduring tech/fitness revolution—but will it survive the industry's changes?
Portland-based industrial design firm Ziba’s new design for an ancient life-saving device brings rugged health tech to the US Army.
100 REASONS TO LOVE PORTLAND
"In Portland, we don’t make tons and tons of subpar product. We make small amounts of amazing product."
Portland’s fertile silicon soil has nurtured winners like Chirpify, VendScreen, Simple, and Puppet Labs. Here are five fast-growing start-ups signaling the next wave.
A by-the-numbers look at the high-speed option that could change the way Oregonians access the internet.
When Brad Fitzpatrick dreamed up interactive web pages, he set the stage for the social media revolution.
OMSI shreds science with a new interactive exhibit featuring a 7,000-square-foot skate park.
Why Cabel Sasser turned down an offer from Steve Jobs—and how the early app start-up lived to tell the tale.
After years of designing elaborate energy-efficiency systems, architect Jeff Stern turned to a simpler concept for his own home: the thermos.