Anders Karlsson

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13 Apps to Inspire Creativity

If you haven’t fallen off the resolutions wagon yet… congrats. If as soon as week one ended, so did your good intentions, we totally hear you. But one resolution that’s always worth keeping is continually trying to bring creativity to your life every day. In our obsession with doing just that, …

Agent Smart Personal Assistant Goes Free

Launched back in November, Agent for Android has proven to be a <i>very</i> popular service for automating actions in your day-to-day life. Indeed, Agent proclaims to be five apps in one.<p>The handiwork of Kulveer Taggar, a Y Combinator graduate who sold his first company for $5m back in 2008, Agent serves …

Run from Zombies with the Race Yourself Google Glass App

Fitness apps seem like a perfect fit for Google Glass, given that the head-mounted computer is devoid of wires and requires a minimal amount of input from your digits.<p>Race Yourself is a promising piece of Glassware that, using augmented reality, gives you an avatar to compete against in the real …

Self-Driving Cars: Inside The Road Revolution

Automakers are sneaking features into their newest models that could earn them billions and save 30,000 lives a year–but only if they can convince you to give up control of your car. Our writer road tests the boldest autonomous innovations.<p>In the fall of 2010, Google sprung a surprise on the …

Apigee buys InsightsOne to help APIs make predictions

API-management specialist Apigee has acquired InsightsOne, a predictive analytics startup that launched in 2012 and was founded by former Yahoo data …

Nearly A Thousand Classic Video Games Are Free And Legal To Play Online

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 such classic consoles as the Atari, the ColecoVision, and even an oddball system we'd never heard …

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