Netflix is like the candy dish at your grandmother’s house. Most of the movies are crap, but you know, buried somewhere in there, is something worth your time. A Better Queue is a site dedicated to finding
You think you know how to Google? You don't know how to Google. Even the most seasoned Googler might not know every tip and trick available with just a few extra keystrokes in the search bar. Consider
Koushik Dutta’s AllCast lets you stream media to several devices, including Chromecast, Apple TV, Fire TV, and Roku, but with the new AllCast Receiver companion app, compatibility extends to just about
Microsoft Research today launched Code Hunt, a browser-based game for anyone interested in learning how to code by playing. The premise is straightforward: the player must write code to advance in the
Personal finance startup BillGuard has been working hard over the last several years to help its users to identify fraudulent charges on their credit and debit cards, and also to keep track of their spending
Consumer Physics is unveiling its Scio handheld sensor, which can scan food, pills, or plants and tell you the chemical makeup of the object. It delivers those results wirelessly in real-time to the user’s
M-GO is giving out free movie rentals to new customers who create an account at this special promo page. This on-demand streaming service does not require a subscription and works on iOS, Android and the
This case will tell hackers to buzz off -- literally. Smartphones, just like computers, are vulnerable to hackers, who target mobile devices with malicious software to access your personal information.
Two years after launching, and with more than 24 million users learning how to code on its platform, Codecademy is getting a facelift. The New York City startup unveiled a sleek new website redesign today,
It’s not exactly E=mc². But for would-be job hunters, it’s probably a lot more useful. In a Q&A-style interview with Google’s senior vice president of people operations Laszlo Bock, The New York Times’s
The team at Pixite, known for making high-quality photo applications for iOS, including things like Unbound, Fragment, Tangent (an “App Store Best” in 2013), and more, is now revealing its latest creation:
Google released its Chrome Remote Desktop app for Android yesterday, enabling the Android crowd to access their Mac or PC from afar. The app is a mobile extension of Chrome’s remote desktop screen-sharing
Welcome to Part Two of ReadWrite’s Raspberry Pi VPN server tutorial! By now, it’s pretty apparent that turning your Raspberry Pi into a Virtual Private Network is an all-evening activity. But as security
Charlie Marsh and Shubhro Saha are a couple of undergrads from Princeton University that could have a major league opportunities in front of them and I’m betting there are a few talent scouts looking draft
Say goodbye to your messy photo gallery and say hello to better-organized and automatically sorted photos courtesy of Impala, an app that uses computer vision technology to help you categorize your photos.
Considering its diminutive size and price tag, Google Chromecast is crazy good at what it does. But now that it does more than streaming video, just how good is Google’s little-HDMI-dongle-that-could music?
Bihang, a China-based digital currency application developer, today launched Bibao for Android, a mobile app for Bitcoin and Litecoin exchanges. With Bibao, which is similar a stock market app, you’ll
Estonian startup Lingvist, which is developing “adaptive” language learning software that it claims significantly reduces the time it takes to learn a new language, has raised a €1 million round of funding.
One of the most tedious parts of learning a new language is stumbling half-asleep through a boring textbook. When I was studying Chinese, one of my readers included articles on how to renew a student why
Opera Max is being released in open beta to users around the world. It’s from the makers of the popular Opera Browser and they’re known for coming out with some pretty good applications. Is this app worth
Companies are interesting creatures. In a legal sense, a company is a person, as it has all the rights that you and I do. A company can own property, file lawsuits, pay taxes, and generate profits. That
Use the inexpensive Raspberry Pi to make an on-the-go, wi-fi enabled media center in your vehicle. I have always loved those old TV series with futuristic tech in those futuristic vehicles, like Knight
CodeBunk, a platform for collaborative coding and feedback, has announced that it now supports a range of new programming languages. As well as being a shared space for coding, the service is aimed primarily
Telegram, the mobile messaging app that offers secure communications created by VK.com co-founders Nikolai and Pavel Durov, today announced a new milestone in its traction, which has increased considerably
Junior developers stuck on a coding problem for hours will probably breathe a huge sigh of relief to hear they can get help instantly from experts with the click of a button — as that’s what Codementor
The latest crowdfunding project hoping to get children interested in computer programming has surpassed its $25,000 goal within two days of launching. ScratchJr is an "introductory programming language"