It seems everyone in Silicon Valley wants to create a one-button universal remote for the world. It's coming sooner than you think.
From gym visits to eating out, everyday activities can be measured and turned into money. Shouldn't we have a right to opt out, asks Evgeny Morozov
Pharmacy coordination platform ZappRx announced it has raised $5.6 million in Series A funding today. The new financing will go to further build upon ZappRx's prescription data automation technology and help to scale operations for the startup. ZappRx solves a unique dilemma in the prescription
Button believes that by understanding a user's intent it can offer more meaningful interactions between a whole bunch of different commerce-based apps. One example co-founder and CEO Michael Jaconi likes to use is that, if Button knows you've booked a restaurant reservation on one app, it can notif
CICERO once said that "Nature has planted in our minds an insatiable desire to see the truth." These days it would be truer to talk of an insatiable desire to check our e-mail and Twitter accounts, and to play a few games of Candy Crush Saga (as a British parliamentarian was recently caught doing during a committee meeting).
New Vulnerability Allows Anyone to Crash WhatsApp Remotely with Just a Message.
Atomic cars are a good example of too much technology (image from " secondchancegarage "). The concept of diminishing technologica...
2014 isn't a year about brand new innovation in mobile and cool new things. It's the year that mobile puts the final nail in the coffin of everything that came before. It's the year where mobile is all grown up and focused on rapidly expanding that growth to eat everything that has come before it.
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As personal data pour onto mobile networks, American and British eavesdroppers are prying into so-called leaky apps to extract geographical data, address books and phone logs, secret documents show.
mWater creates world changing technologies for water, sanitation and health.
The age of the app has collided with the era of fake designer goods. Firms are now using social media and crowdsourcing to keep track of their intellectual property, but may still struggle in a world where
Safari on the iPad utterly dominates tablet web traffic. Yet the experience of the web with tablet browsers is terrible, as users get an irritatingly
Il voto politico per la prima volta sbarca su smartphone e tablet. Con le applicazioni più disparate: dai questionari sulle idee dei candidati alle ultime rilevazioni di opinione, dagli indici di popolarità sui social media alla satira sulla vita del parlamentare. Con un caso: quello
Of all Facebook's data sets, it's the social graph that's truly unique. It's spent nine years getting you to confirm who you know, and apparently it's sick of handing over your friend list to competitors. This week it cut off both Twitter's new photo app Vine and messaging app Voxer from Find Frien