• Weekly Rewind: RIP Mary Tyler Moore, a Parkinson’s cure, and DNA-based fitness

    Weekly Rewind: RIP Mary Tyler Moore, a Parkinson’s cure, and DNA-based fitness

    Oscar-nominated actress Mary Tyler Moore, who starred for seven seasons in her self-titled, Emmy-winning series The Mary Tyler Moore Show, died Wednesday due to complications from pneumonia at the age of 80.The large, yet still portable, solar panels come equipped with everything you need to set up and install a solar charging solution within a matter of minutes.
  • Ludacris Updates Scrabble With Slang N' Friendz App

    Ludacris Updates Scrabble With Slang N' Friendz App

    Millennials may want to ditch it for Slang N' Friendz.The social crossword app from rapper and actor Ludacris (yes, that Ludacris) rewards folks for using slang words.
  • Twitter Hides Moments Inside New Explore Tab

    Twitter Hides Moments Inside New Explore Tab

    Now, the microblogging service is hiding Moments away inside a new Explore tab.Announced Thursday, the new Explore section will be a one-stop shop where you can find trends, Moments, search, and "the best of live video," Twitter Product Designer Angela Lam wrote in a blog post.
  • Flappy Bird Creator Returns With Ninja Spinki Challenges!!

    Flappy Bird Creator Returns With Ninja Spinki Challenges!!

    The name Dong Nguyen may not mean much to you on its own, but when you add "creator of Flappy Bird" you'll remember that game instantly.Launching way back in 2013, Vietnamese artist and programmer Nguyen initially didn't have a hit on his hands.
  • Verizon just ate Time Warner, and it might have Charter for dessert

    Verizon just ate Time Warner, and it might have Charter for dessert

    According to The Wall Street Journal, the carrier is “exploring” an acquisition of Charter, the second largest cable company in the U.The company, which has 114 million wireless subscribers, would gain access to Charter’s 24 million cable customers and 21 million broadband customers.
  • Verizon Unlimited Together: International Calling for $15/Month

    Verizon Unlimited Together: International Calling for $15/Month

    If Verizon is your carrier, you may be able to gab away with those far-away loved ones as much as you want for $15 a month.The carrier on Wednesday introduced a new international calling plan called Unlimited Together – World, which offers unlimited minutes to landline phones in more than 70 countries and mobile phones in almost 40 countries.
  • Google Allo Introduces 'Lucky' GIF Finder

    Google Allo Introduces 'Lucky' GIF Finder

    Type "@lucky" into the smart messaging program to summon the feature—Allo's second automated service after Google Assistant.com's "I'm Feeling Lucky" search button has reached only a select few users, according to 9to5Google, which published screenshots of Lucky's stuck-out-tongue-emoji-like icon and smart replies.
  • Maintaining Team Focus In The Digital Maelstrom

    Maintaining Team Focus In The Digital Maelstrom

    For team leaders though, the challenge is to focus on productivity and find ways to be deliberate about harnessing and leveraging technology to make it work for the team, rather than letting it hinder the team's progress.If you've identified that your team's productivity is suffering, now is the time to take action.
  • Maintaining Team Focus In The Digital Maelstrom

    Maintaining Team Focus In The Digital Maelstrom

    For team leaders though, the challenge is to focus on productivity and find ways to be deliberate about harnessing and leveraging technology to make it work for the team, rather than letting it hinder the team's progress.If you've identified that your team's productivity is suffering, now is the time to take action.
  • Itching for the Nintendo Switch? This iPhone controller may tide you over

    Itching for the Nintendo Switch? This iPhone controller may tide you over

    Mobile gaming peripheral maker, Gamevice, has announced a slew of new controllers for the iPhone, iPad Mini, iPad Air, and iPad Pro.Although Gamevice has been in business for some time, it’s attempting a resurgence shortly after the Nintendo Switch system was announced, which has controllers that look similar.
  • Netflix Adds SD Card Download Support to Android App

    Netflix Adds SD Card Download Support to Android App

    The ability to download content for offline viewing was introduced by Netflix in November last year.Within the app you'll now find a "Download Location" option which allows you to "control where to save downloaded content.
  • ZTE: Sorry for Underwhelming Hawkeye Specs

    ZTE: Sorry for Underwhelming Hawkeye Specs

    Days after unveiling officials specs for its crowdsourced Hawkeye smartphone, ZTE released a mea culpa.In a forum post, ZTE's Jeff Yee apologized for building what many fans called a "cheap and generic" device.
  • Foxconn Teases $7B US Display Factory

    Foxconn Teases $7B US Display Factory

    Taiwan-based Foxconn, best known as Apple's manufacturing partner for the iPhone and iPad, is reportedly mulling a major investment in the US.But as he tells the Times, "there is such a plan, but it is not a promise.
  • Everything We Know About the LG G6

    Everything We Know About the LG G6

    The G6 will be announced at a press conference at noon Barcelona time on Sunday, February 26.We've heard nothing so far about how the LG G6 will be priced.
  • These language apps are almost as good as having a babelfish in your ear

    These language apps are almost as good as having a babelfish in your ear

    There are countless apps out there designed to help you learn a new language, which makes it tricky to pick the right one.You may want to widen your vocabulary, get some conversation practice in, revise your grammar, or all of the above.
  • Samsung Galaxy S8: What We Know

    Samsung Galaxy S8: What We Know

    The Samsung Galaxy S8 is going to be one of the hottest phones of the year, and it's a critical one for Samsung.With the Galaxy Note 7 being pulled from the market (and many people confusing the Note 7 with the non-exploding Galaxy S7), Samsung needs the Galaxy S8 to bring back its sales and cement its position.
  • Hasselblad's Moto Z mod morphs the smartphone into a bona fide camera with 10X zoom

    Hasselblad's Moto Z mod morphs the smartphone into a bona fide camera with 10X zoom

    Step forward Motorola and Hasselblad, with the True Zoom Mod for the Moto Z phone series.The True Zoom looks like the front of a camera, feels like a camera in your hands, and performs like a fairly well-made compact camera.
  • The War Against Qualcomm Is a Test for Trump

    The War Against Qualcomm Is a Test for Trump

    But it was controlled by one company, Qualcomm.The FTC's complaint says Qualcomm has an effective monopoly on CDMA chips for high-end phones.
  • Google Voice Gets First Update in 5 Years

    Google Voice Gets First Update in 5 Years

    Remember Google Voice, the app that introduced voicemail transcriptions and gave everyone free phone numbers back in 2009, but then seemed to fall into a years-long coma?So it's only natural that Monday's updates to the Android and iOS Google Voice apps are focused on beefing up the messaging side of service.
  • Every New Chromebook Will Run Android Apps

    Every New Chromebook Will Run Android Apps

    Apple iOS loyalists contemplating a switch to Google's app ecosystem this year will have an easier time making a decision, thanks to Google's announcement that every new Chromebook launched in 2017 will be able to run apps designed for Android smartphones and tablets.That means you can try out Android and Chrome apps on a single machine, often (but not always) one that's priced considerably lower than an entry-level Windows laptop.