As the future veers toward artificial intelligence, robotics, and biometric security measures ripped straight from a Sci-Fi novel, you might be amused to know plastic sunglasses are the key to their undoing.
Photographic memory, instant artworks, instantaneous translation, lifelike virtual reality and much more are all coming to your pocket. IPhone owners will get an upgrade on September 13 that allows them
Is it possible people like their iPhones a little too much? People are waiting longer to upgrade to the newest iPhone model, according to new research from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP).
Many Twitch streamers are no stranger to large donations, but what would you do if a random stranger dropped $11,500 on you after seeing you play Hearthstone? That’s exactly what happened to Twitch streamer
One of Snapchat's main qualities as a social network is that, for the most part, everything you share has to be created in its app. Though you're able to share photos from your phone's camera roll to in
It’s that time of year again, folks, when retrospective lists reign supreme and reflective musings clog your feeds. This post meets that description, but rest assured it will provide at least one thing
Apple includes 30 applications with the iPhone and none of them can be deleted. Many iPhone owners have resorted to creating an "Apple" folder that contains un-used and un-removeable apps. Apple CEO Tim
This mobile phone game is so addictive it is ruining people's lives and destroying their sleep cycles
If you don't know what "1010!" is, then click away from this story right now. This mobile phone app from Gram Games is so addictive it will ruin your life and make your friends hate you. Remember what
And this has certain developers looking toward not trying to develop single-use apps, but an app that could serve as an ecosystem for endless other mini-apps. The best example of this possible future WeChat,
In name alone, the iPad Pro suggests it’s something more than just a tablet — and it is. Big, powerful and already with some great apps, the iPad Pro is Apple’s stab at robust computing away from the And
Londoners know it, but not all visitors do: sometimes it's quicker to walk than take the tube. The official London Underground map — designed by Harry Beck in 1933 and arguably the most recognizable transit
It is a time-honored truth (or at least an oft-cited anecdote) that no one reads the iTunes Terms and Conditions. It's long and presumably boring (but who knows? I've never read it) and I'm not even sure
Japan has a reputation for being fascinated by robots and hi-tech gadgets - a nation at the forefront of manufacturing innovation. But the technological reality in many offices is strikingly different.
When the United States Naval Research Laboratory began development of The Onion Router (TOR) in the mid-1990’s they meant well. How could they have known it would eventually become a popular habitat for
The first 3-month free trials of Apple Music will be coming to an end in a few days, and we can expect to see a crop of ‘should you keep paying?’ articles. Many people will be trying to decide whether