DJs will be well familiar with the name Serato. It’s one of the — if not the — leading software products around for DJs that make the hop from vinyl to digital sets (and that’s most of them these days).
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
Contrary to popular assumption, Uber is in no way the only company offering transportation services on demand. While the U.S. company, which is valued at an eye-watering $62.5 billion, pioneered the genre,
The young entrepreneur has sold 4,000 Magnibands and is hoping for a Christmas 'surge' in orders Toby Liew, a 16-year-old A-level student from Gillingham, Kent, has created a macro lens that fits on most
The touchable holograms, called Fairy Lights, could serve as the beginning to developing technology where humans could interact with the hologram. This could particularly come in handy in medicine, where
His advice apparently carries a lot of weight. While many of you were supposed to be eating turkey on Thursday, you were instead geeking out over Raspberry PI's newest computer, the Zero: a pint-sized
China-based Mi (formerly Xiaomi) has been working to show that it’s more than just a phone manufacturer, even branching out into its own class of accessories. Earlier this month, the company released latest
The idea of customizable add-on buttons for smartphones isn't exactly new. First we had Pressy (which was quickly cloned by Xiaomi and others), then the Dimple NFC button pad came along. So what's next?
For listening to music around the house, probably everyone knows the old toss-your-phone-into-a-bowl trick that makes your phone’s puny speakers sound a little bit better, but one developer has a new,
There are a lot of devices out there that you can use to keep track of your pets, but the Buddy collar is akin to several types rolled into one. The LED collar makes sure Fido's visible in the dark, but
The latest in touch-screen technology involves the use of your own skin. According to Reuters, a new product called iSkin uses silicon rubber and pressure-sensitive sensors to create an elastic film. iSkin
Virtual reality has unlimited potential, but it could make you sick. Stanford researchers are trying to solve that problem by tapping another new tech, light-field cameras. You see, VR devices can cause
It's been months since Tokyo police revealed their belief that the Mt. Gox bitcoin heist was an inside job, and tonight they arrested its former CEO, Mark Karpeles. Some 650,000 bitcoin still remain unaccounted
Five years after its launch, Uber is valued at more than $50 billion. The ride-sharing company just announced a new funding round, in which it raised nearly $1 billion. Just shy of $51 billion, Uber’s
Imagine being able to shoot video in almost total darkness and not wind up with a noisy, undifferentiated mess? That capability may be closer than you think with the announcement of Canon’s ME20F-SH, full-frame
Google has long given Android developers the option to manage closed beta tests from the Google Play Developer Console. To join these betas, users had to become part of a Google+ community or Google Group,
Uber cars began outnumbering yellow cabs in NYC back in March, but that will change if Mayor Bill de Blasio's proposal passes. See, de Blasio wants to put a cap on the number of licenses given out to companies.
Jewelbots, a programmable friendship bracelet that debuted on Kickstarter last week, is on a mission to make coding popular among pre-teen girls. Jewelbots surpassed its $30,000 crowdfunding goal in the
We’re nearly midway through summer vacation, but still far from the start of the school year. Can’t send your children off to camp, but still need to keep them entertained? Google wants to help you out.