It is undeniable that entrepreneurs are able to conduct business at a much faster pace in the era of the Internet and cloud devices. Formerly tied to pen and paper, businesses were stuck with physical,
Here’s an incredibly useful trick for anyone who lives in a country that restricts access to websites, or uses a controlled version of the Internet at work or school. You can turn to Google Translate access
Future authentication methods need to be a lot harder to hack. That's the idea behind the Nymi from startup Bionym. Instead of passwords, Nymi relies on your heartbeat. The Nymi is worn as a bracelet.
A brief round-up of how video games are destroying your life and also making you a superhuman A good rule of thumb in life is that if you enjoy something, it must be terrible for you. Kidding! Kind of.
Editors Note: Reddit user Dan Bakes (and on Twitter) kindly took the time to round up and share these 20 parallax iOS 7 wallpapers with you lucky readers. Enjoy. Think of us when you’re staring at your
Designer Federico Ciccarese, who we know from many past Apple product concepts, has teamed up with some friends to create his latest iWatch render. This time around his concept is a little more realistic
Science News Astronomers have detected a scorching-hot planet that zooms around its alien sun in just eight and a half hours. And if you think that's something, wait until you hear about the iron planet
The iOS Gmail app went through a huge overhaul late last year that brought with it much more functionality and a better interface but those changes haven't translated to every Gmail app. Designer Paul
If Facebook Home flies — and that’s a pretty big if — Zuckerberg’s freshly announced landgrab for Android owners’ eyeballs, is going to create a lot of losers. The big winner of course will be Facebook
Encryption used in Apple's iMessage chat service has stymied attempts by federal drug enforcement agents to eavesdrop on suspects' conversations, an internal government document reveals. An internal Drug
"The difference between cassette and disk systems was the difference between hobbyist devices and a computer. You couldn't have expected, say, VisiCalc, to run on a cassette system." --Lee Felsenstein,
Waiting on hold may not be so dull if a newly patented Apple technology ever ends up a reality. Granted to Apple today by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, a patent called "Communications system that