Radu Moraru

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Zombification from notifications: How to fix the problem of too many alerts

When was the last time you suspended all notifications on your phone? Maybe in airplane mode or at night (and even then, only if your alarm can still work), right?<p>Of course, you don’t want to miss your boss’ urgent email, an alert about a family emergency in the middle of the night, or that call …

Apple's new spaceship is looking more like a landing site

GoPro drone casts a wary eye over Apple's spaceship in the making<p>When it's complete, Apple's Campus 2 will resemble an enormous space disc descended upon the leafy suburbs of Cupertino, but as of today, it's looking more like a dustbowl landing site. Still, just seeing the outline for the …

This university's library doesn't have a single paper book

Bookless libraries aren't quite so far-fetched as they used to be. Florida Polytechnic University, opening for the first time this fall, features a $60 million, Santiago Calatrava-designed main building with a library that doesn't hold a single paper book within its walls. Instead, the library has …

Six alternative web browsers you should know about

Advertisement<p>13 Comments<p>Credit: Thinkstock / tovovan<p>Most people are only familiar with the “big five” web browsers — Chrome, Firefox, Internet …

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This Glove Makes You Beethoven

“Have you ever seen the Matrix?” Thad Starner excitedly asks me over the phone. “There’s that scene where they need to fly a helicopter and Trinity just says, “hang on” and then uploads the instructions to her brain. That’s the future of what I’m doing.”<p>What started as a wearable experiment for the …

Markets In Europe Are Up

Britain's FTSE 100 is up 0.4%.<p>Germany's DAX is up 0.4%.<p>France's CAC 40 is up 0.8%.<p>Italy's FTSE MIB is up 0.9%.<p>Later today, the European Central Bank (ECB) will announce its monetary policy decision.<p>The consensus expects no change. But with inflation low and the economy persistently weak, there is a …

'Wello' iPhone case can track your blood pressure, temperature and more

Last year, Scanadu caught our attention with Scout, its simple-to-use tricorder-style health monitor. Now a new iPhone case promises to make monitoring your vital signs even easier. Called Wello, the case has sensors built in that can give you a picture of your overall health after holding it a …

Facebook, WhatsApp, And The Insatiable Appetite For Data

Facebook’s $19 billion acquisition of messaging service WhatsApp, announced last month, is one of many signs of large businesses’ insatiable appetite for customer data and better reach.<p>This is according to industry experts, who note the large price paid for the company – and the context of Facebook …

Porn Dethroned as Top Source of Mobile Malware

Pornography is no longer the leading source of malware on mobile devices, according to a new study.<p>The non-honor now goes to Web-based ads, according to Blue Coat, a security firm that analyzed data from more than 75 million global users for a report it released Wednesday.<p>As of last month, a …

This App Can Help You Read Up to 1,000 Words a Minute

Who says the Internet is making us less effective readers? Spritz, a new app that’s being released on Samsung devices, is devoted to turning you into …

How Mark Zuckerberg wooed WhatsApp

Announced on February 19th, Facebook's $19 billion acquisition of WhatsApp was a deal sealed between the two company CEOs a few days earlier, though it took years of amicable courtship to reach the accord. <i>Forbes</i> has taken a look at the relationship between WhatsApp's Jan Koum and Facebook's Mark …

Zippy: A Gorgeous Task-Management App for iPhone

If there’s one thing the world doesn’t need, it’s another productivity app. That said, we think you’ll like Zippy for iOS.<p>Optimized for iPhone and iPod touch, Zippy does most of the things you’d expect from any half-decent to-do list app, but it delivers insights into your activities using gorgeous …

Rookie may just be an ideal replacement for your iPhone's built-in camera app

If you’re the type of iPhoneographer who loves to shoot but hates toggling between apps to get your photo looking just right, JellyBus Rookie, a new universal iOS app will cover all the bases.<p>Rookie first presents itself as a shooting app, though you can easily import any photo from your camera …

Mophie Space Pack review: An iPhone battery case that also increases your storage

Advertisement<p>10 Comments<p>Credit: Alex Colon<p>I love my iPhone 5s(s aapl), but it has a couple of irksome qualities. For instance: I can usually make it …

Apple Working On More Third-Party Integrations For Siri With iWatch In Mind, Report Claims

Apple is working to make Siri play nice with more third-party apps and services, according to a new report from The Information. Within a larger piece on the mobile search battleground and app integration, the tech site revealed that Apple is working on improving Siri’s search capabilities, and …

A Theatrical But Less Bold Alexander McQueen

Sarah Burton's vision for Alexander McQueen this season, while still dramatic and beautifully crafted, lacked some of the spark and boldness of …