Mobile has the moxie and if your business hasn’t stepped up to the mobile bar, there is no doubt you’re missing out. Today we’re talking about the single most critical mobile component of your business:
The virtual reality pioneer's CEO preaches potential, advises patience. Lots of companies are rushing into virtual reality again, but Oculus helped spark the revival when it launched a Kickstarter project
Sean Murray isn’t creating just one new world. He’s creating a whole universe of them in his sci-fi game No Man’s Sky, which uses a clever technology to mathematically generate new worlds for players explore.
There's no question that the Raspberry Pi is successful among the homebrew computing crowd. However, it's not what you'd call consumer-friendly -- the bare circuit board you normally get is clearly intended
Over the course of his business career, Netflix founder and chief executive Reed Hastings has seen a lot. From starting out as a door-to-door vacuum salesman in the suburbs of Boston to founding and running
An amateur linguist loses control of the language he invented. There are so many ways for speakers of English to see the world. We can glimpse, glance, visualize, view, look, spy, or ogle. Stare, gawk,
Telepresence robots are a great idea for those who work remotely or have family on the other side of the globe, but they're also prohibitively expensive for most of us. Suitable Technologies' Beam, for
As sad as it may be, many people just don’t have the time to read these days. When we say ‘read’, we don’t mean 140-character-long rants on Twitter, or 150-word news nuggets on the BBC. We mean books,
Roscoe Bartlett spent 20 years on Capitol Hill. Now he lives in a remote cabin in the woods, prepping for doomsday. When Roscoe Bartlett was in Congress, he latched onto a particularly apocalyptic issue,
ianww.com - Ian Webster Created Asterank (acquired by Planetary Resources). Early engineer and tech lead at Room 77 (acquired by Google), so now I'm at Google. Started Alioth, a data consulting firm that's worked with NASA.
As the intellectual property protections on old games expired, the Internet Archive swooped in to make them freely playable online in your browser. The site is currently host to a trove of games from classic
You—yes, you!—can help prove that no two flurries are alike. All you need is a good camera, a plastic bag, and some tape. No two snowflakes are alike, they say. And yet: We rarely get proof of that. Our
In October of 1983, Mick Jones had just left the Clash, Roger Moore was still playing James Bond, Ronald Reagan was in his third year as president of the US, Margaret Thatcher had recently gained a second
The Taiwanese airline EVA Air is making every 4-year-old traveler's dream come true, announcing they are bringing a Hello-Kitty themed plane to the United States. Business Traveller magazine broke the