LG Becoming Only Other Brand With Meaningful Share Consumer Intelligence Research Partners released results of its research on mobile phone manufact...
An ad objectifying a woman to sell goods, in and of itself, isn't terribly significant. Most everyone will get over the tastelessness. We'll move on to the next thing. The problem is in the cultural norms that sexist advertising preserves.
With Apple's launch of the iPhone 5s fingerprint scanner, biometrics have gone mainstream. Many consumers are focused on the so-called "end of the password," but the impact of TouchID is reframing how we think about access, security, and integration between virtual apps and real world actions.
Are the shadows in many of your images so dark it's hard to see detail in them? Would you like to see more detail in shadows without making highlights overly bright? Who doesn't have this problem? There's a quick and easy cure. Use InstaFlash to bring shadow detail out into the open.
CONSCIOUSNESS APP from Subtangle on Vimeo. The world reads news together. The world listens to music together. But can the world feel together? And...
The iPhone is not just a platform to watch Downton Abbey, but rather a node for content creation. It is a tool with which anyone, anywhere, any time can shoot a video news story, edit it and transmit it to a global audience for free.
A technology holiday allows us to slow down the pace of life, look around and become more aware of our immediate surroundings. To the most important people in our lives, this demonstrates that we are willing to sacrifice screen time for face time, an act that communicates love and warmth.
With all the unique money-making opportunities available, many people are finding that they can earn a few extra hundred dollars a month by thinking a little outside the box.
I was dozing off last night and started to have a nightmare about a future society where intelligence agencies teaming with big corporations would con...
On Friday, Apple's Macintosh computer turns 30. While Apple computers and other mobile computing devices have certainly taken a bite out of the PC market share, there's one place where it's truly noticeable: college and university campuses.
Several years into an increasingly busy travel and lifestyles writing career, I've managed to still avoid getting an international plan on my phone or paying roaming charges. I've survived with copious amounts of research and some pretty awesome apps. Here are some of my favorites!
I bet you think the mobile Internet is open. That if you write the next great mobile app there is nothing that can stop it from fulfilling its destiny. That if you create a mobile content app that blows away Netflix there is nothing that can stop it. Wrong.
If there's one rule of texting that you must follow, it is the absence of the letter "k." Not from a word, you mustn't misinterpret. What I mean is do not answer with a simple "k." It's rude, unnecessary and uncivilized.
Sometimes I think my experience is unique and other times I realize it's not. There are many moments that make you scratch your head, like when interesting artifacts show up on your mantel, unexplained pictures show up on your camera, or a homemade pie shows up when you haven't even made it to the kitchen yet.
The whole smartphone thing has just become the new arsenal in the mom-shaming game, and it's got to stop, especially when it is paired with those anxiety-inducing phrases like "This time will pass by so fast" and "Play time at the park will be over before you know it."