Unstoppable Death Machines at Present Company. Photo by Tod Seelie Unstoppable Death Machines are Mike and Billy Tucci, two long-haired, weed-obsessed Brooklyn brothers who play spazzed-out, kaleidoscopic noise-punk in trashy lofts and basements. Show More Summary
In a win for spiteful Facebook users everywhere, the company will soon unveil an "Unfollow" button. That means if you're tired of your aunt sharing endless baby photos and political rants, you will be able block all of her posts in your...Show More Summary
The U.S. Patent and Trademark office on Tuesday revealed a newly-granted Apple patent that details a method for capturing stereoscopic image data in software, a possible precursor to a depth-enabled photography mode for the company's mobile devices.
Henry Ford drives the 20 millionth car built, a 1931 Model A, off the assembly line. Photo courtesy Ford Motor Company. Henry Ford’s Model T revolutionized transportation in America by making the automobile accessible to nearly all, creating a need for a product that hadn’t previously existed. For nearly two decades, the Model T met […]
Volcano photo from Shutterstock Carbon Recycling International specializes in capturing CO2 from industrial emissions and converting it into Renewable Methanol (RM), a fuel which can be blended with gasoline to meet renewable energy directives. Previously
Facebook is retooling its ranking system to make some news articles appear more prominently at the expense of other content such as certain photos, the company announced Monday. No longer just a site for connecting with friends, Facebook lately has been showing off its digital newspaper ambitions. Show More Summary
Facebook just announced a dramatic update to the way that it ranks its News Feed content that will have users seeing more news articles and fewer cute meme photos, like LOLCats. The company cites an internal survey that apparently showed...Show More Summary
Amazon announced its intent to use drones to deliver packages under five pounds within a few years. Photo by Amazon. A U.S. Senate committee will hold a hearing early next year on the potential economic impact of companies using drones, including the newly announced Amazon Prime Air. BuzzFeed reported Monday an aide to Sen. Show More Summary
Instagram today announced that Thanksgiving 2013 in the US was the service’s “busiest so far,” thanks to a massive flood of Thanksgiving and Hanukkah-related photos and videos. Unfortunately, the company... Keep reading ?
Huawei, a company that is known for its networking devices as well as slew of smartphones in recent times, just had another smartphone leaked out – namely the Huawei G750. This particular device had its photos leaked, and it does seem...Show More Summary
In case your s'mores needed an extra dash of sepia tone, London-based printing company Boomf has launched an web app that allows Instagram users to print their favorite images onto edible marshmallows, effectively "turn your memories into magical morsels."...
The McClatchy Company owns dozens of newspapers all over the country, and on Tuesday one of its top editors sent out an e-mail taking a stand in the brave journalistic fight against the White House not letting them take pictures of the president. McClatchy joins The News Tribune and USA Today in this full-on revolt.
Photo via Dezeen Although the 1,000 employees at giant computer software company Adobe probably log, oh, a few hours messing around with coding and the like, their HQ in Lehi, Utah is—by all appearances—designed with fun in mind. Created by...
One of the popular use cases for Dropbox, which just this month hit 200 million users, is photo storage. In addition to saving photos from your desktop to Dropbox by way of drag-and-drop, the company also added automatic photo uploads to its mobile application back in 2012. Show More Summary
It used to be that incessantly adding filters to pics of whatever you were eating was the only way to combine Instagram and food. Not anymore. Mint Digital, a company that created Stickygram to turn your Instagram photos into fridgeShow More Summary
If you have been using smartphones and have internet, chances are you might have heard of Instagram, a popular photo sharing service/community where people from around the world gather to share photos of their food (amongst other things). Show More Summary
photo: brownpau There are some under currents in my writing about working for corporations. Attitudes that lurk in the background before taking on the transformation needed to become a Cubicle Warrior. But I haven’t explicitly stated them. I have more. But these twelve are a good start to help you see the assumptions — the Cube […]
A UPS driver who decided to spend his lunch break having sex with a prostitute in the back of his delivery truck will probably regret his decision — once the company tracks him down, that is. Read more...
In response to Ikea's decision last week to remove a story about a lesbian couple from the Russian edition of its magazine, a group of Russian gay couples staged a "guerrilla photo shoot" inside a Brooklyn Ikea over the weekend....
Polaroid is a non-entity these days, but instant photography lives on in the digital photos we produce at dazzling speeds. We're addicted, and that's what made Polaroid the hottest tech company in the world when its first blockbuster consumer product, the Model 95 Land Camera, went on sale. That was 65 years ago on Black Friday, November 26th, 1948. Read more...