Thinking about the end of the world is something that most people try to avoid; for others, it’s a profession. The Future of Humanity Institute at the University of Oxford, UK specializes in looking at
The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, and 9to5Mac all said Apple was developing a new version of its little hockey puck sized TV box. But on Friday, Apple blogger Jim Dalrymple shot down much of that reporting.
One reason is that security isn’t always a priority for developers in a rush to bring a product to market. Another reason is that humans are stupid. Two weeks ago, a respected crowdfunding site, Kickstarter,
Andrea Francis is a growth-hacking oriented marketer who loves to work with startups. She currently works for Twoodo and is helping out at FailConNL, embracing failure as a learning experience (Amsterdam,
Of all the phone manufacturers out there, Samsung seems to have a particular talent for creating an anticlimax. Our first thought when holding the Galaxy S5 was that we'd been through all this before year
Oliver Miao is the CEO of Pixelberry Studios. Mobile game developers are always looking for ways to build strong relationships with their user bases, and rallying players around important social issues
But Samsung made an unexpected move in the new version by abandoning Android as the watch's operating system. Instead, the new Gears run Tizen, another open source operating system that Samsung, Intel,
While it’s not exactly something you’d call a consumer product, Otter App Ratings Visualizer from Mutual Mobile isn’t meant to be. But this neat little Web app could still give reporters, marketers and
A "significant improvement" over the original A mere six months after the introduction of the Galaxy Gear, Samsung is returning to the smartwatch market with two new models: the Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo.
Password replacement firm Slicklogin just pulled off the slickest deal of all. Israeli startup Slicklogin thinks passwords are insecure, messy, and time-consuming–and that two-step authentication via text
If recent trends are any indication, there are two roads that lie ahead for smartwatches and the companies foisting them upon us: the all-you-can-eat, tracker + smartphone approach and the single-minded
Only six months after Samsung released its failed Galaxy Gear smartwatch, with all the faux fanfare of a product that was supposed to change the world, the company announced its new smartwatches in the
Like with the Nexus line of smartphones, LG will be taking care of the hardware details of the watch while Google designs the software. The watch will debut at Google's I/O conference in San Francisco.
LG is building Google's long-awaited smartwatch, according to The Wall Street Journal. Citing "a person familiar with the situation" in Barcelona, the Journal claims that LG's hardware partnership with