Journaling apps like Day One are great for recording your memories, but the truth is that many of us give up manually inputting entries after just a few days. Heyday... Keep reading ?
This workout gear from Athos is designed to track muscle activity, heart rate, balance, cadence, and more. (Credit: Athos) Most of us have a vision in our heads of the ideal version of ourselves -- fit, smart, sexy, and, if we're honest, probably air-brushed. Show More Summary
Can't live without a good QWERTY keyboard but still want to use an iPhone? Neither can Ryan Seacrest who backed the Typo iPhone Keyboard, a $99 slide-on accessory with backlit keys that uses Bluetooth to communicate with your iPhone 5 or 5s.
Patent trolls are so widely disliked that they’ve actually inspired Congress to do something to crack down on them. The Washington Post reports that the United States House of Representatives on Thursday passed the Innovation Act by a margin of 325 to 91, a huge win for legislation aimed at reining in purportedly frivolous tech patent lawsuits. Show More Summary
(Credit: Peter Jackson/Facebook) Fans of J.R.R. Tolkien's novels are getting ready for the second film in "The Hobbit" trilogy, "The Desolation of Smaug," which features new adventures with elves, wizards, and angry orcs. Director and...Show More Summary
Post by Jenny Erikson. Matthew Pucino was an American hero who died serving his country. The Green Beret soldier was killed while on combat patrol in Afghanistan in 2009. Since his passing, his friends and family have set up the Matthew A. Show More Summary
(Credit: Instagram) Leaked from today's 404 episode: - News from Instagram, or, what the hell is this block of wood? - Stress-buster: Microsoft bra battles emotional overeating. - Sony patents "smart wig": Toupee with sensors on the way? - Spike Away vest keeps people out of your personal space. Show More Summary
Nothing says James Bond technology like the ability to take photographs in a completely dark room. Now there's a camera at MIT that can do just that. The 'First-Photon Imager' camera developed by MIT researchers takes pictures in near...Show More Summary
Social media is chock full of sports fans, and according to a new poll from Discover, 50 percent of college football fans
Having just wrapped up development on its Android Jelly Bean-based 10.2 software, the CyanogenMod team is already pushing out a "Milestone 1" release of the upcoming Android 4.4 KitKat-based version 11. How can this happen so quickly? For now,...
Microsoft put on a brave face and asked the NSA to keep its hands off its customer data without due cause. But the company's actual changes lack real technical and political punch, and don't really live up to its ostensibly bold rhetoric. NSA...Show More Summary
Twitter named former Pearson Chief Executive Marjorie Scardino as its first female director, ending speculation as to when the company might diversify its all-male boardroom.
Most of us have gotten used to smartphones replacing long-established devices such as cameras and music players. Soon, however, they might be taking over the duties of something that is itself an emerging technology – the 3D scanner....Show More Summary
Whether it's for Amazon-purchased goods, text books or defibrillators, unmanned multicopters are increasingly being considered for use as delivery vehicles. Given that this would involve their flying over heavily-populated areas, however, many people are rightly concerned about the aircraft malfunctioning and crashing down onto someone below. Show More Summary
The sky over the Democratic Republic of Congo is now dotted with two white drones—the first unmanned aircraft owned by the United Nations. They took off from the city of Goma on Tuesday, where they will help the UN better monitor rebel...Show More Summary
Electronic Arts shares slid more than 7% Thursday morning amid worries about the videogame publisher's prospects next year.
Today, #GOPSensitivityTips trended on Twitter, as progressive users joked about Republican “sensitivity training” for women’s issues. It’s no secret that Barack Obama
There's a new Glif in town, and this time it's adjustable. That means it can not only fit any iPhone you throw at it, but any phone, and in almost any case. Studio Neat: The Glif is a smartphone accessory with two primary functions: mounting your phone onto a tripod, and propping your phone up at various angles. Show More Summary
ReadWrite Shop is an occasional series about the intersection of technology and commerce. It’s Black Friday, and the Cambridgeside Galleria is, as expected, a madhouse. I don’t know why I decided coming here was a good idea. The crowd around tablets at Best Buy is three rows deep. Show More Summary