Social media can make a relationship a lot more complicated. Take, for example, Facebook and Microsoft’s Skype. Back in 2011, they were the happiest of couples, telling everybody how they were working
This research is courtesy of Sander Duivestein, professional speaker and trendwatcher at VINT, the International Research Institute of Sogeti, and Patrick Savalle, founder and technical director at Mobbr
Earlier this week, we learned that Facebook would soon let you edit the automatically-generated “Look Back” videos the company had made to celebrate Facebook’s 10th anniversary. Sure enough: they just
Yahoo has no current intention to update its Flickr application for Windows Phone. A user request for the company to both update its extant, but quite dated Windows Phone app, and perhaps build one for
Amazon’s plans for autonomous flying delivery drones are so last year. The ecommerce juggernaut is purportedly working on something far more dystopian: pre-shipment. Amazon has filed a patent for a shipping
Sometime around the middle of last year I first heard of the FiLIP. The device is billed as a wearable smart locator and phone for kids, which is an accurate description, but doesn’t fully capture the
But Democratic representatives disagreed with Kennedy's assessment and accused GOP committee leaders of stacking the deck when it came to selecting witnesses. Rep. Eddie Johnson (D-Texas.), the committee's
There are plenty of ways for us to record data about our activity levels, but what does that data mean? OptimizeMe is a new iOS app launching today that attempts to find out. You can import data from tracking
For months, Snapchat ignored a security team's request to address a couple of security holes. That changed when SnapchatDB! posted users' partially obscured phone numbers, reportedly to raise awareness.
When you're at the airport, don't you want to meet the other stressed-out travelers around you? No. But if you did, MeetAtTheAirport.com would surely provide you with a useful service, right? Wrong again.
It’s not just an attractive advertising demographic that Facebook is losing as teens take their mercurial attention elsewhere in a sullen search of what’s cool. Facebook sans the cool kids may well be
Dual OS could dilute Windows dominance, if Microsoft doesn't kill it first The PC industry isn't doing so well. Sales have dramatically slumped, despite the industry’s efforts to tempt consumers with 8
An array of new personal health devices aims to help you beat depression, lose weight, reduce stress or improve your fitness level. If it's January, it must be resolution time: that once-a-year phenomenon
SEO experts and webmasters spend a lot of time worrying about Google algorithm changes. In 2013, the search engine giant tweaked the algorithm 15 times, and in 2012, it was updated 37 times. Worrying algorithm
Introducing the SlimStyle, a pancake-shaped light bulb that represents the LED industry’s latest attempt to court skeptical consumers. Yesterday, a federal ban on production of 40- and 60-watt incandescent