Ultimately, Humin will replace the "Contacts" apps on your phone with a much more powerful and intuitive piece of search software.
From a new tablet to portable chargers to keeping things organized in the dorm room, here are my picks for top tech back to school essentials.
The long standing dominance of taxi unions and hotels around the world have led to expensive fares and limited options. These are only two of the many arenas that are ripe for innovation.
With no way to study abroad, factory work unpalatable, and his family depending on him, Ahmed wracked his brain for "a business that can't be affected by Palestine crises."
As the future of work moves inexorably towards tech, it is shocking and troubling to see just how underrepresented women are in the tech world.
Even with the growing interest in entrepreneurship, we must actively work to foster it, as it is critical to our success as a society and as an economy.
I am an advocate of strong passwords -- inconvenient, long, strong passwords. 7-1d7w!Ka was my Yahoo! password until a few hours ago. Can you guess the phrase I based it on? Hint: It's written in LEET and it is a famous phrase from the 1939 movie classic, The Wizard of Oz. Got it?
On one hand, the process of snowmaking is a simple combination of water and pressurized air, deployed at the correct temperature and humidity, to make machine-made snow. On the other hand, the process of making snow is complicated, expensive, and labor-intensive.
I'm pro-net neutrality, but anti-1934-style strangulation. Where does that leave me? According to the approaches under consideration, I may soon be a man without a country. Good thing the Internet, at least for now, doesn't require a passport.
Rayner answered, "I want to be independent. I want to be able to make my own money. I want to have a nice car to drive. I want to own my own home. I want to be able to travel and do great things." Her mother replied, "If that's what you want, why don't you take an automotive class?"
Designers harness inspiration from all sorts of things, including visual images. There is nothing as inspiring, and telling, as walking though a studio and soaking in the creativity.
We dove into our piles of gadgets and discovered we unintentionally left four noteworthy items out of our past blogs. There are probably more, but we haven't yet worked our way down to the deepest depths of the piles of boxes in our office.
Last week in San Francisco, we interviewed LiveRail CEO Mark Trefgarne about next steps. While LiveRail will operate and serve its clients as a stand alone entity, the company moving its headquarters to Facebook offices in Menlo Park, New York and London.
In 1978, a 14-year-old boy invented email. He created a computer program, which he called "email," that replicated all the functions of the interoffice mail system: Inbox, Outbox, Folders, Memo, Attachments, Address Book, etc., the now familiar parts of every email system.