Most women rely on a thermometer to measure their fertility throughout the month. Their internal body temperature fluctuates with their ovulation cycle, so it increases when an egg is released and returns
Welcome to the land technology forgot. High-end leases negotiated and signed via fax. Millions of dollars in apartment inventory — in some of the hottest real estate markets in the country — tracked on
Thanks to today’s modern technology, it’s never been easier to kidnap Batman! An unlikely Google Maps easter egg is offering up a glimpse of the brooding superhero’s home and the Batcave nestled inside.
Skyhook Wireless – the company that handles location requests for a number of tech giants including Apple, Samsung and Dell – just launched a new ultra-light software development kit (SDK) that will make
A growing number of e-commerce businesses today are assisting their customers over SMS and mobile messaging. There are even SMS-based services, like Magic, Operator, GoButler, and others targeting the
Social Media Just in time for the Super Bowl, Facebook is launching an online sports hub where you can root for your favorite team with friends and talk trash with rival fans during major sporting events.
YouTube now lets you click a convenient button to enable endless looping of videos. It’s not a feature that has been impossible to add without the help of a quick Chrome extension install, but now it’s
Live chat has become ubiquitous as a sales and support tool for software as a service (SaaS) or cloud based services. Entire businesses have been built around providing live chat, such as Olark (which
Food Instagrammers sometimes get a bad rap on social media. As someone who likes drooling over pics of pho and Korean barbecue, I don’t see what all the fuss is about, but now one crowd-sourced initiative
Modern marketing really began in the 1960’s with Philip Kotler and his ideas about uncovering the “needs, wants and interests of target markets.” Ever since, generations of marketers have learned to focus
Companies like Hershey, Mondelez, and CVS are getting in on the exploding healthy snack market, with offerings like protein bars and chia seeds. With American consumers on a health kick, sales of treats
Brooklyn-based PolicyGenius has raised $15 million in a new round of funding to expand its price comparison insurance brokerage service. Increasingly, old line industries are coming online, and insurance,
As technology progresses, 3D image rendering has allowed designers and artists to make incredible imagery. PixelSquid, the premier site for photoreal spinnable 3D objects, wants to put that power into
Anyone who’s used AirDrop knows it can be a bit fussy. A new web-based option named Snapdrop might actually be a better choice. It works simply enough: open the Snapdrop Webpage on two devices while on
(The Bridge) – Dentsu Ventures, the corporate venture capital of Japanese ad agency Dentsu, announced today that it has invested an undisclosed sum in San Diego-based Cue, the startup developing a health
Yellow cabbies and financial backers tell court that authorities are bankrupting them by letting app-based drivers operate without the same costly licenses New York taxi owners and the lenders behind of
Facebook is keen to associate its platform with good causes and is launching a new, experimental fundraiser tool for charities today. Nonprofits will be able to launch specific fundraisers on their Pages,
“What’s your sign?” The question has found itself on one too many “Horrible Pick-Up Lines” lists, but in reality most people who start dating, whether they consider themselves wildly astrological or not,
When I first heard about Pillow Talk, the wearable device that lets you stream the sound of your heartbeat to a loved one’s pillow, I couldn’t decide if it was bonkers, genius or somewhere in between.
Google Maps is good at telling you roughly how long it will take you to get to your next destination — even days or weeks in advance. But in a blog post released today, it announced that it is bringing
Smart tone startup LISNR just raised a $10 million series B round led by Intel Capital to further advance the product as “a true protocol to connect devices across a number of different verticals,” LISNR
Omni is trying to find a solution for the problem of shrinking apartments and rising rent in urban areas. The company launched their iOS app in the Apple App Store today, the first full release of a product