Mariam Adil is making waves in the Pakistani gaming industry — and she's trying to save it from its male-dominated self. "An industry doesn’t reach its full potential,'' she says, "by stifling its already
It’s becoming less of a possibility and more of a reality that Samsung has plans to bring the world a dual-edge offering. For the past few weeks, everyone has been fixated on Samsung’s new noteworthy the
If you want to build a successful, sustainable business, don’t ask yourself what could change in the next ten years that could affect your company. Instead, ask yourself what won’t change, and then put
When I was working in Tajikistan, a desperately poor country, my driver had an iPhone. He’d saved extensively to afford it, and prized it as a status symbol. And when things got tight, he didn’t trade
Lots of people have dabbled with Google Earth to fly around their neighborhood or poke around a 3D version Paris. But how many dropped $400 (per year!) for a Pro subscription? Not a ton, it would seem.
A phoenix has replaced the iconic pirate ship atop The Pirate Bay today, celebrating the site's rise from the ashes. The torrent site's servers were raided by Swedish police forces over seven weeks ago,
The holidays weren't so jolly for Android smartphones, after all. Shipments of Android-running smartphones fell in the last three months of 2014 as consumers bought Apple's iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus record-shattering
The system may also be a way to push out YouTube We've known for a while that Twitter's been planning to stick a homemade video player in your timeline, but for the most part, details have been scarce.
Sometimes people want to make a quick international phone call to say “happy birthday” or “happy anniversary” from their smartphones. Wouldn’t it be nice to get the first minute free? Google Hangouts you
Google's Project Zero tracks vulnerabilities in software systems and reports them to vendors "in as close to real-time as possible" -- a noble cause, no? But what happens if said vendor then fails to a
It is the height of the Second World War. A group of codebreakers stands in a dimly lit warehouse 50 miles northwest of London, a giant machine composed of spinning drums and wires looms in front of them.
We have a hunch it's already occupied. 'Tis the season for haunted houses, and this one — which recently sold for the whopping sum of $1 — is downright spine-tingling. Known as the Ouerbacker-Clement this
Sofft wants to kickstart a new age of clothes washing. Detergent, prepare to be disrupted. The makers of a new fabric softener, Sofft, say they want our clothes to join us in the fight against stink and