As fast-food workers, we prepare burgers and fries, not balance sheets. We struggle to survive from paycheck to paycheck, without million-dollar annual bonuses or second homes. We often work behind the
Amazon’s first attempt at its own mobile wallet application, designed for use at the point-of-sale, has made a quiet debut on the Amazon Appstore and on Google Play. However, the current implementation
David Hegarty and DJ Burdick cofounded Fixed last fall after Hegarty received five parking tickets in three weeks. Hegarty knew how to contest tickets, but he realized that his friends didn't and often
But starting this week, users can now search through that endless trove of pirated content directly on their smartphones and tablets now that Pirate Bay has launched a mobile-friendly version of its website.
You can already reach for your phone, ask Google a question, and receive the answer within seconds. The forthcoming generation of wireless technology will be even faster, but it's not just about sheer
There’s no shortage of apps to help you discover new music. Some are slaves to algorithms, some depend on human-curation, while some combine the best of both worlds. There’s been a flurry of activity the
Congress passes unlocking bill, and Obama plans to sign Consumers in the US will soon be able to legally unlock their phones for use on other wireless networks. The House of Representatives unanimously
Don’t take it without a serving of salt just yet, but we may be looking at the first actual image of the Moto X+1. These photos hit the inbox of folks over at Android Police, allegedly showing the successor
"Apple buys smaller technology companies from time to time, and we generally do not discuss our purpose or plans," the company said in its telltale yes-we-bought-it and no-we-aren't-saying-more statement.
A new leak claims to show some of the internal components Apple will use in its iPhone 6. The photos, which were published by French blog Nowhereelse.fr (via MacRumors), show iPhone parts that seem larger