Virtru wants to protect your business data in the cloud. In order to do so, the Washington, DC-based startup, co-founded by former National Security Agency data transfer architect Will Ackerly and his
There are lots of things that review sites should rank hotels on, but don’t. Is it known for bed bugs? Is the “heated pool” only heated during summer when the sun is out? How many ghosts live there? How
This sleek sleep tracker analyzes your bedroom, and your sleep patterns At age 19, Londoner James Proud decided to skip out on college and move to the States. As one of several "Thiel Fellows," Proud a
KPIT is working to commercialize an automotive retrofit kit that can transform a gas guzzler into a plug-in hybrid. It has filed 17 patents for the system, called Revolo, and has already received four.
By this point, most of us are fully addicted to our smartphones. And when we find ourselves without Wifi or data service, our most direct connection to everything becomes almost useless. That’s where comes
More people than ever oppose the NSA practices Edward Snowden revealed. Why should he spend his life in prison?
The justice system would never allow Snowden to present a real defense at trial. That's just one reason to give him amnesty The Guardian's riveting video interview with Edward Snowden this week ended one
As smartphone makers look to bring innovation even to the backside of our phones, adding all sorts of extra functionality to otherwise dormant real-estate, it’s perhaps no surprise to see third-party think
Description This rechargeable bluetooth shower speaker is water-resistant with a suction that allows you to secure it to your shower wall and listen to tunes or make hands-free calls. 10 meter wireless
fastcoexist.com - About the author Sydney Brownstone is a Seattle-based former staff writer at Co.Exist. She lives in a Brooklyn apartment with windows that don’t quite open, and covers environment, health, and data. More
Beer lovers, rejoice! An open-source project has developed a portable beer tap that can dispense any kind of suds you want. The company’s prototype, called the SYNEK draft system, sits on your kitchen
Google vowed that Android users would finally get official screen mirroring on Chromecast through an update, and it's making good on that promise by rolling out the Chromecast 1.7 app today. Grab the release
A pair of ex-Microsoft engineers, Robert Mao and Haitao Li, have launched what they describe as a new social network based around photos and videos with Pixotale, an app that aims to re-imagine long-form
The new director of the National Security Agency, Admiral Michael Rogers, has played down the damage caused by Edward Snowden's revelations – in contrast to claims by his predecessor and British counterparts
The “Internet of things,” the “Connected Home,” the “Smart Home,” whatever you want to call it, it’s just a fancy way of turning your stuff on and off with your smartphone. Now GE has introduced a cheaper
Planning to mount your TV on a wall? Hope you like cables, because you're probably going to be looking at a lot of them snaking out from the back. And even if you run them inside the wall, here's hoping
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) released a document today giving some crucial insights into the National Security Agency’s widespread surveillance operations in 2013. The transparency
The handiwork of Deezer co-founder Jonathan Benassaya, StreamNation launched to the world in July last year, serving as a platform that lets you stream and share videos and photos directly from the cloud.
One-touch access to friends, conference calls, and directions Aviate, the Android app that caters your home screen to the time of day and where you are, is finally opening its doors to the world. After
Two tiny, cylindrical earbuds that could be great–if you don’t lose them. Earin, currently attracting tons of money on Kickstarter, is a tiny wireless earbud product that’s a bit different from anything
After acquiring Aviate earlier this year, Yahoo today released the Android homescreen service out of beta. The service, available only in English at the moment, aggregates your personal and local data