Apple Music has Beats 1 radio, and now Rdio has hundreds of live terrestrial radio stations. Earlier this week, Rdio announced it has added 500 radio stations from its partner, Cumulus Media, which is
If you were intrigued by Livetext, the audio-free video messaging app launched by Yahoo last month, but don’t live in the U.S. or the handful of test markets where it was available, then we have news you.
DigitalOcean has made a name for itself as a hosting service that focuses on simplicity. Now, the company is making it easier to install complex applications on its service with the help of Bitnami. DigitalOcean
Hong Kong chosen as focus of study because it is global crossroads for the disease There’s no shortage of experts monitoring influenza outbreaks around the globe. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
A new product from Bucardo turns the Apple Watch into a necklace pendant or a pocket watch with the company’s upcoming Pendulum Collection of jewelry accessories. The collection includes a vintage-style
Wingardium leviosa! While shouting that and zipping the Maguss Wand around in your friend's face won't quite make him levitate like it would in the Harry Potter universe, it could cause him to skip a and
The official Twitter application for Android isn’t necessarily bad, it’s just not the most intuitive or attractive option in the Play Store. There are a multitude of great third party Twitter apps available,
Biometric security is on the rise as more manufacturers adopt advanced security systems. The most popular method is the use of fingerprint sensors, a technique that has proven to be among the most secure
Coffee isn't just warm and energizing, it may also be extremely good for you. In recent years and decades, scientists have studied the effects of coffee on various aspects of health and their results been
It is 2015 and the world is going mobile. If your business has not yet accepted this, you may already be falling behind. The Internet has been a driving force for businesses for the past two decades, will
Like them or not, emojis are turning into the mobile era’s lingua franca. Now a project called emojidex is offering “emojis-as-a-service,” with a platform that lets developers share new emojis with each
Now you can ignore all that trivia stuff and just hang out instead One of the strangest things any company can do is suddenly shove a social network in your face. It's even worse when a service you're
A new emoji keyboard for children may cause alarm — and that’s the point. Abused Emojis, a free iPhone app, lets kids express with emoji some bad things that are happening to them at home or school. While
Smartphone sales growth is slowing to less than 10 percent annually to 2018, and mobile networks saw just 5 percent growth in the last decade. So while Apple continues to knock it out of the park and skyrockets,
When Stephen Fry met Jony Ive: the self-confessed tech geek talks to Apple's newly promoted chief design officer
In an exclusive interview - in which Ive's promotion is revealed for the first time - Stephen Fry meets Jony Ive, and his boss, Apple chief executive Tim Cook, to talk spaceships, design and Steve Jobs
Digital media conglomerate Vox Media has acquired Re/code, the technology industry news publication led by renowned tech journalists Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg. The news was first reported today by
The most flawed stories are those that we think we know best and are often repeated by those around us – and so we rarely investigate further. Ask anyone in business to name the most important social for
In the beginning there was SMS. Then came emoji. Now, there is MimeChat. If you’ve ever wanted to dye your hair purple or fish-slap a friend in the face but didn’t quite have the nerve, now’s your chance.
Snapchat famously spurned a $3 billion acquisition offer from Facebook in 2013 to strike out on its own, and that meant finding a way to make money off its ephemeral messaging platform. What the young
Taken four years after the Fukushima disasters, these haunting black-and-white images—printed on unique Japanese paper—document the region’s slow decay and point to the fragility of our control over nature.
Remember the first time you caught wind of a friend who got to telecommute? The green eyed monster probably showed up in a rage, but today it's pretty common. Businesses have realized that telecommuting