Twitter reverses the timeline, puts conversations in order

Twitter reverses the timeline, puts conversations in order

I've been a heavy Twitter user since the early days of the social network, so when Twitter began totally switched up one of the most basic, key aspects of the social network yesterday, I was floored. In the context of … [Read more...]

The 2DS: Seriously, what is Nintendo thinking?

The 2DS: Seriously, what is Nintendo thinking?

Take a look at the portable Nintendo 64 pictured to the right. This custom-built device runs on a battery and plays all of your favorite N64 classics. It manages to squeeze almost all of the buttons in -- the d-pad … [Read more...]

Six-Inch Nokia Lumia 1520 “Bandit” Photographed in the Wild

Six-Inch Nokia Lumia 1520 “Bandit” Photographed in the Wild

Only a few days ago we got a glimpse of the rumored Nokia Sirius, a 10.1-inch Windows RT-powered tablet. Today over on Windows Phone Central, an alleged photo of another rumored Nokia device has been posted. This time … [Read more...]

Big Data Analytics Startup Retention Science Raises $750K to Hire More Data Scientists

Big Data Analytics Startup Retention Science Raises $750K to Hire More Data Scientists

Did you know that 24 percent of emails are opened within the first hour of delivery?  Knowing that type of information can be the difference between retaining and losing customers and is one of the main reasons that … [Read more...]

Betaworks reveals the future of Instapaper, launches redesign effort

Betaworks reveals the future of Instapaper, launches redesign effort

Once upon a time, Instapaper - a "read it later" service - was seen as a darling of Apple's iOS App Store. Built, launched, and maintained almost entirely by Marco Arment (of Tumblr, Marco.org, and most recently The … [Read more...]

Mobile Security Firm Bluebox Responds to FBI’s Report

Mobile Security Firm Bluebox Responds to FBI’s Report

The ways in which users interact with the web is constantly changing, and the web is changing just as much to try and keep up. While that kind of technological symbiosis ought to be a net positive, people who would do … [Read more...]

Grooveshark settles another lawsuit, signs with Sony

Grooveshark settles another lawsuit, signs with Sony

Since its launch, Grooveshark has been a not-quite-legal source of free streaming music. You see, Grooveshark operates much like YouTube does, allowing users to upload content without reviewing that content for … [Read more...]

Apple’s Latest Patent May Turn Your iPhone Into a “Smart Home” Universal Remote Control

Apple’s Latest Patent May Turn Your iPhone Into a “Smart Home” Universal Remote Control

According to a patent filed by Apple and published yesterday by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, your iPhone may soon be able to not only control the media in your home, but also your lights, window shades and … [Read more...]

Nintendo drops the Wii U Deluxe to $299, also announces Nintendo 2DS

Nintendo drops the Wii U Deluxe to $299, also announces Nintendo 2DS

In the video game world, you can never say never. After repeatedly telling the press and its own shareholders that it would not be dropping the price of the Wii U in the "foreseeable future," Nintendo has done just that. … [Read more...]

Nexus 4 prices dropped: 8 GB for $199, 16 GB for $249

Nexus 4 prices dropped: 8 GB for $199, 16 GB for $249

If you're looking to jump into the world of Android smartphones free of a contract, you're not going to find a much better deal than the Google's offering in the Play Store. As of tonight, both the 8 GB and 16 GB … [Read more...]

Time Warner Cable App Launches for Xbox 360 with Access to 300 Channels

Time Warner Cable App Launches for Xbox 360 with Access to 300 Channels

A couple years ago, Microsoft started getting really serious about integrating live TV broadcasts into its Xbox 360 gaming (and, let’s be honest, entertainment) console. Back where my brother lives on Long Island, he … [Read more...]

Blackberry May Be Separating Messenger from Company Ahead of Potential Sale

Blackberry May Be Separating Messenger from Company Ahead of Potential Sale

Smartphone manufacturer BlackBerry may be working on a way to “spinoff” its built-in messaging service, simply called BlackBerry Messenger, and turn it into its own “valuable asset” before the company’s rumored … [Read more...]