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When it comes to modern technological conveniences, there are a number of things that irritate people above all others: unhelpful error messages, dead batteries, and cumbersome digital rights management (DRM). A company that puts DRM...Show More Summary
All things old can be made new again, some say. And now, there may be some proof people can see (with both eyes). To celebrate the opening of the Toy Industry Association’s Toy Fair in New York, Mattel, Inc. has unveiled a collaboration with Google that gives the iconic View-Master toy a 21st century twist. […]
I always enjoy PBS Digital's Game/Show as a source for smart commentary on the culture surrounding games. The whole videogame thing must be good for views, because the first episode of newest show Space Time! is all about Mario's jump height in Super Mario World. Show More Summary
Sunday's Big Game was as much about football as it was about brands. As advertisers battled to be the most memorable, the most eye-catching and the most influential on TV, they simultaneously strategized to be all those things on the web as well. That's why Offerpop created this infographic, demonstrating just how loud and active fans are on digital.
Passwords are one of the most important things we take for granted. They’re like digital locks looking over all of our personal information. And, let’s face it, we’re beyond the days when the ordinary abcd123 password was all we needed to keep our information secure. If you’re still one of those who rely on passwords anyone could remember,...
At CES 2015, the Internet of Things booth was a showstopper. IOT is about how both the physical and digital worlds work together to enrich and change the human experience. Follow along with this video to learn all about IOT and start...Show More Summary
Colu is an Israel-based startup aimed at digitizing the ownership of all your things through the blockchain — the public feed of Bitcoin transactions — and it’s announcing $2.5 million in new funding today. The service provides an easy way to use the blockchain technology, originally meant for Bitcoin transactions, for anything, from cars, to art, to concert tickets. […]
It’s Monday once again, and if you spent the weekend on a digital detox, out with friends, spending time with your family or doing the other million things that weekends are made for, that can only mean one thing: it’s time to catch up on all the tech news you missed over the last two days. Show More Summary
I dunno if y'all remember last year's hype over this thing, the Pono—a new digital music player which is supposed to deliver major sound improvement over all the other current music/sound delivery devices/services. Celeb musician involvement notwithstanding (Neil Young is the "founder and CEO" of Pono), it's promise of fidelity WAS encouraging. Show More Summary
THIS JUST IN from Meredith T. at Farm Sanctuary! “The temperature has been in the single digits and negative degrees at our New York sanctuary lately, and that means one thing: GOATS IN COATS! And all kinds of farm animals in all manner of winter-wear! It’s the Cutest Sight Ever and I thought Cute Overload […]
It’s funny. The TV and advertising landscape are changing at an exponential rate, but the one thing that has remained consistent – and has perhaps benefitted most from all this change – is the 30-second and 60-second TV spot. While commercials...Show More Summary
Apple’s iTunes is already a hugely popular digital content source for iPhone, iPad, Mac and Windows users, and things might get even better for European iTunes account holders, CNET reports. The iPhone maker has been forced to update...Show More Summary
The mobile payment revolution was supposed to make things easier for us, offering a new way to store, carry, and access our money. But to date it seems that all this burgeoning payment platform has done is make things easier for the criminals, ostensibly giving birth to a new breed of cyber-criminal: the digital pickpocket. [...]
Facebook, Inc. has a knack for enabling social media users to create special reels of their digital lives. Remember the 0ne-minute “Facebook Look Back” video that lets you highlight all the important things that happened since you started using Facebook, to the “Say … Continue reading ?
The Internet of Things – all those connected objects and devices, and the vast data they produce – is giving way to the “Internet of People.” Big Data is allowing digitized humanity in the form of the growing network of predictive models describing what people have done, are doing, and are likely to do. Each Continue reading ?
Taylor Swift is possibly one of the best things ever. So it was an extra sad day when Taylor decided to pull ALL her music from Spotify!! It's all super sad and the digital music world has a hole in its heart but the craziest part of all this is how Taylor had no idea people would [...]
Digital creativity is still dominated by Adobe, whether you’re a designer, a developer, a photographer, videographer or even an animator. TrainSimple’s library of tutorials provides an in-depth education in all things Adobe, with lifetime...Show More Summary
There is something wonderfully anachronistic about 'Stream' -- WPP's "un-conference" that celebrates the collisions and collusion's between all things digital and creative -- namely, that a three day gathering dedicated to technology...Show More Summary
>We all know now that The New Republic is in shambles and shall never return from digital purgatory, and in a scathing article from The New Yorker, Ryan Lizza, who witnessed the entire thing firsthand, revealed one of the things that killed it: an incident where billionaire owner Chris Hughes blamed editor Franklin Foer for losing a crucial ad campaign from Amazon.