Rise in consumer spending helps boost fourth-quarter GDP growth to 1.4% and eases lingering fears of imminent recession US economic growth slowed in the fourth quarter, but not as sharply as previously
Google’s My Maps tool for building custom drives, trips and routes on its Maps product is now integrated into Google Drive, which means you can build custom maps just as easily as you can new documents,
British entrepreneur James Proud, 23, presents a white sphere the size of a tennis ball covered in a criss-cross pattern. “It is beautiful,” he says, when asked to describe it. “It doesn’t look like a
These top-secret ninja moves will help you take control of your inbox and become a Gmail expert. I'll show you how to save time, avoid mistakes, and add a bit of style to your inbox. Read on, grasshopper.
Different kinds of rocks have different kinds of water Four and a half billion years ago, the Sun and Earth were just being born out of a giant explosion, and the solar system was HOT. All that heat likely
There are now countless smartphone apps that can help navigate the best deals in-store and online. These apps are also time-savers, giving you extra time to sit back and enjoy those latkes and eggnog.
I’ve seen plenty of guitar apps in my lifetime – enough for two lifetimes, in fact – but JamStar, an app by an Israeli programming house, has almost won my heart. The premise is simple – you tune your
The Human Body, by Tinybop, is a charming app that teaches kids how their bodies work through the power of good design. Good design is often talked about as if it were a secret language spoken only by
A game almost as addictive as Angry Birds, DragonBox combines first rate art design and smooth game mechanics to teach the basics of algebraic thinking. At first glance, it seems like DragonBox is tricking
Rosetta Stone, the leader in language education, recently announced they would be launching an interactive bilingual app for kids. Their new app, Lingo Letter Sounds, aims to tap into early childhood development
A lot of parents tend to want to limit “screen time” for their kids, and push them to read more books instead. Understandably so: Consuming television is generally a very passive activity, and many games
Keeping up with the droneses Here's a roundup of the week's top drone news: the military, commercial, non-profit, and recreational applications of unmanned aircraft. Hawk Attacks Drone A cambridge man
With the recent JP Morgan breach and Target hack that resulted in millions of stolen credit card numbers last year, you may be reluctant to use your phone as a payment method. Visa, however, assures that
This post originally appeared on the Buffer blog. There are a few actions I perform over and over again as I work through my social media marketing plan. Do you know the feeling? You click on the same
There's no denying that wage inequality is a terrible thing, and it's not just limited to blue-collar trades. The tech industry's so-called high-skilled positions -- like programmers and developers --
When the iPhone 6 arrives, likely in September at Apple’s upcoming special event, a lot of people will be looking for a larger screen as the core feature to get excited about. But one change that could