After teaming up with Spotify and Rdio, Shazam is strengthening its music discovery service through a new integration with Deezer. If you’re using the app in the UK, Germany, Mexico or Brazil, you’ll be
Itʼs the ultimate trip: circumnavigating the planet, and stopping off wherever takes your fancy. Great for travellers who want to see it all, or who are just plain indecisive. But booking a round-the-world
HoverChat, the first Egyptian Y Combinator startup and makers of an SMS replacement application currently available for Android smartphones, is focused on making messaging more of a multi-tasking experience.
Google is today making a change to Gmail that will further bake in Google+ to its webmail product in a way that’s actually somewhat practical, though also potentially invasive. Going forward, you’ll now
Worried that you won't get to watch your favorite videos while visiting family this holiday? Don't be: After a brief beta phase, ClockworkMod's Koushik Dutta has released a completed version of AllCast
Now that the Xbox One has finally hit the market, one of Microsoft’s visions has almost come true. For years, the company has been trumpeting its long-term plan to have ‘three screens and a cloud‘ for
Marcus Kayser's Solar Sinter project turns the desert's resources into bowls When design student Markus Kayser wanted to test his sun-powered, sand-fed 3-D printer, he knew the gray skies outside his apartment
The idea is simple: the federal government would send a check to every adult each month. It would replace all income security and health programs (Medicaid, EITC, TANF, SNAP, etc.) run by the federal This
Defenses of Robertson, the star of "Duck Dynasty" suspended for his remarks in an interview with GQ, have focused on the idea that he was just crudely expressing the sincere, Christian view that homosexuality
That's true. Specifically, there's one America where comparing homosexuality to bestiality is considered acceptable, and another where it is rude and offensive. In one America, it's OK to say this of and
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If you’re like me, you are scrambling last minute to get your friends and family the latest tech gifts. You might be thinking about a new tablet, an iPad, game console, 2 in 1, or maybe even a smart watch.
(trekandshoot via Shutterstock) December 12, 2013 7:13PM (UTC) This piece originally appeared on TomDispatch. I met Supreme Court Justice William Brennan in 1987 when I was creating a series for public
Update to add comment from Google on U2F technology. If there’s one thing that decades of computer use have taught security experts, it’s that most of us are really bad at creating good passwords. After
Microsoft has issued a warning about a bug in older version of Windows that could let attackers take over a computer. The vulnerability in Windows XP and Server 2003 is being actively exploited by cyber-thieves,
These handmade bicycles will take you anywhere you want to go Everyday Rides We found three luscious hand-built bikes that can invigorate, inspire, and transform your daily life—and tote home the groceries.
At a basic level, kissing is a biohazard. What is love then, if not the willingness to expose yourself to a host of nasty diseases lurking in your partner's mouth? But could kissing also be a tool with
As I'm sure Americans have a particular view of Australia (if they remember us at all when they're not at Outback Steakhouse), so too do Australians perceive the United States through a lens that simplifies
Gartner's third-quarter smartphone research report is out, and on the surface it paints a very flattering portrait for Google. Mirroring Strategy Analytics' report at the end of last month, Gartner also
Science now allows us to develop a safer way to get drunk. But before we can sober up in minutes, the drinks industry needs to embrace this healthier approach Imagine enjoying a seasonal drink at a Christmas