You've likely never seen a photo of James Leprino, a 79-year-old reclusive billionaire in Colorado who runs Leprino Foods, a cheese and dairy manufacturing company. But that business is actually an empire—its website says it's the "world's largest producer of mozzarella"—and though Leprino himself may be a mystery...
Essential, the new startup from Android creator Andy Rubin, has teased its upcoming smartphone for the second time. The shadowy photo, which the company tweeted Thursday, appears to show some sort of attachment at the top of the device. Take...Show More Summary
Android co-founder Andy Rubin teased us with a photo of his new smartphone this past March. The glimpse was small, showing only a corner of the new phone made by Rubin's company, Essential Products, Inc. The company jumped on Twitter today to announce that "something big" was coming May 30. Show More Summary
Instagram Direct debuted in 2013 as a way to send photos and videos, well, directly to your friends on the photo sharing service. The Facebook-owned company has added more features to the system over the intervening years, like threaded messaging, disappearing messages and live video. Show More Summary
Apple has today officially transitioned away from its aging press portal in favor of the modern Apple Newsroom, which combines company press releases, photo coverage and other news into one place. All links to apple.com/pr now redirect...Show More Summary
Instagram’s story feature has become very famous in the last six months, and it has become an advanced version of Snapchat now. The company recently announced photo filters and stickers like those in Snapchat, to make the experience more engaging. Show More Summary
The Ektra, Kodak’s camera-forward smartphone that launched in Europe around the time Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus debuted, is now available in the U.S. The iconic but fading photo company partnered with Bullitt Group to develop a device that...Show More Summary
Google wants its users to share content as quickly and easily as possible, which is why the company has been rolling out features to make that a possibility. For instance, at the tail-end of 2015 we saw Google roll out Google Play Music family plans. And more recently it launched Family Library, [...]
Thanks to app updates and the company's Lens technology, Pinterest users on an iPhone can now find recipes by taking photos of dishes served at home and at restaurants.
Photo. Boeing Let's have a bit of fun and compare my bathroom to the one on a Boeing Business Jet, which the company has been showing off at the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition, or EBACE, in Geneva to make us all feel bad about ourselves. More »
Apple officially launched its Today at Apple initiative – combining workshops and creative performances – this weekend. The company says that it held special events at all 495 Apple Stores around the world, and showed off photos from...Show More Summary
Instagram has been a “mobile first” company ever since its inception. Since then, it has gradually changed its course and brought several features to the desktop and the mobile website. As of now, you can browse your Instagram feed and view notifications on the website. Show More Summary
Instant photography is in the middle of a resurgence. Polaroid is playing its part, but it’s got a lot of other competitors — perhaps most notably, Fujifilm. The camera company has created a successful line of smartphone photo printers — tiny wireless printers that use zero-ink printing to pump out smartphone photos on the go. Show More Summary
The exhaust en-loudener on the Jaguar F-Type. Why? Photo Credit. Jason Torchinsky/Jalopnik Look into any modern sporty car and you will find two buttons among all the rest. a little button to make the exhaust louder and a little button to put the car in a general sport mode. These buttons get one thing critically wrong. they are backwards. More »
Q&A site Quora. Photo: Quora This question originally appeared on Quora. Answer by Eric Jang. Firstly, my response contains some bias, because I work at Google Brain and I really like it there. My opinions are my own, and I do not speak for the rest of my colleagues or Alphabet as a whole. I...
Creepy? Useful? Both? Google announced a slew of new features coming to Google Photos, Gmail and other company products designed to make life just a tad easier. Google Photos got Suggested Sharing and Shared Libraries for instance. Suggested Sharing is a new feature that suggests contacts to share photos with based on who is on […] Ghacks needs you. Show More Summary
Here’s what you’ve missed so far from Fast Company’s third annual exploration of creativity at work. It’s an unconventional conference to say the least. To help celebrate Fast Company‘s annual list of the Most Creative People in Business,...Show More Summary
Instagram has been copying Snapchat for a while now, first with disappearing photos and videos, live video and then Instagram story. The company also introduced stickers like those in Snapchat, to make the stories more interesting and interactive. Show More Summary
Google announced that its Photos app is being used by more than 500 million monthly active users, up from the 200 million revealed last year. Along with this updated statistic, the company shared that more than 1.2 billion photos have been uploaded to date. What’s more, there are three new features being added to make […]