True Life: I’m A Startup Founder and This is My Story So Far

True Life: I’m A Startup Founder and This is My Story So Far

Around a year ago I started actively pursing the idea of making a better analytics product to help publishers track actual engagement, make smart content strategy decisions, build advertiser confidence, and improve the … [Read more...]

Google Decries MPAA’s Attempts to Revive SOPA

Google Decries MPAA’s Attempts to Revive SOPA

As the fallout of the Sony Pictures Entertainment hack continues to hit, another tidbit of formerly secret information has been squirreled out of the data and correspondences that were leaked by the cyberterror group. … [Read more...]

Ethics Violations in Tech Aren’t Just an Apple Problem [Editorial]

Ethics Violations in Tech Aren’t Just an Apple Problem [Editorial]

As you’ve probably heard, the BBC is airing a documentary – along with a companion report – regarding poor working conditions at Apple’s Asian suppliers. Apple’s response, among other statements, is that they … [Read more...]

BBC Exposes Poor Apple Factory Conditions, CEO Offended by Allegations

BBC Exposes Poor Apple Factory Conditions, CEO Offended by Allegations

One of the often ignored costs of our gadget loving society is the toll taken on the people tasked with production of our tech toys. While no tech company’s hands are truly clean when it comes to this, Apple usually … [Read more...]

WebOS 2.0 Smart TVs Coming to CES Next Month

WebOS 2.0 Smart TVs Coming to CES Next Month

It’s happening! WebOS, the dear, departed operating system that ran on Palm’s smartphones is coming back in the form of smart TVs made by LG, and we’ll catch our first glimpse at them at CES 2015 in Las Vegas … [Read more...]

Google Cardboard Brings Street View to VR

Google Cardboard Brings Street View to VR

At Google I/O this past summer, the company sent everyone home with Cardboard – a somewhat tongue-in-cheek take on virtual reality. By folding a piece of cardboard into a headset with a slot for a person’s phone, … [Read more...]

Pandora Now Playing on Xbox One

Pandora Now Playing on Xbox One

Ever since the Xbox One dropped last November, owners of the console have been clamoring for any other music service besides Xbox Music. Not that Microsoft's product isn't a bad service -- it just isn't free. If you … [Read more...]

Amazon Prime Now is One Hour Delivery in Manhattan

Amazon Prime Now is One Hour Delivery in Manhattan

Do you live in Manhattan? Do you need toothpaste and deodorant hand delivered to you in one hour? Then Amazon Prime Now, a new delivery service announced today by the Internet retail giant, will make that … [Read more...]

U.S. to Claim North Korea Was Behind Sony Hacks

U.S. to Claim North Korea Was Behind Sony Hacks

The United States is preparing to blame North Korea for cyberattacks against Sony Corp, and it could do as soon as tomorrow, according to a tweet from CNN reporter Ram Ramgopal.US investigators determine hackers … [Read more...]

Snapchat Paid $15M to Acquire SmartGlasses Maker

Snapchat Paid $15M to Acquire SmartGlasses Maker

For $299, you can buy a pair of Epiphany Eyewear frames, glasses that discretely shoots high definition video and flings it to the cloud for storage. Those frames are made by Vergence Labs, and it’s just been … [Read more...]

Samsung to Show Galaxy S6 at CES Next Month?

Samsung to Show Galaxy S6 at CES Next Month?

While the Mobile World Congress isn’t set to kick off until March, it seems as though we might see Samsung’s latest smartphone efforts a bit sooner. A new report says that the company could unveil the Galaxy S6 … [Read more...]

HooToo TripMate Elite: The Swiss Army Knife of High-Tech Travel

HooToo TripMate Elite: The Swiss Army Knife of High-Tech Travel

The HooToo TripMate Elite looks like a wall charger but oh, it is so much more.  It is a dual USB wall charger, 6,000mAh external battery charger, personal cloud, travel router and Wi-Fi HotSpot, all in a compact case … [Read more...]