China’s recent Beidu GPS launches were mere firecrackers compared to its space ambitions for the next five years. These have been laid out in a 17-page government document, which fortunately reduces down to just a few key points once you filter out the abstract bluster. Top of the list is a pledge to
There are two images you’re about to see here, both of them showing what our source here is saying is the official AT&T version of the soon to be released in the USA Samsung Galaxy Note. This device is already released in international sectors, that being basically everywhere outside the USA, but
Welcome to the last week of the year, and here at SlashGear an odd week since last week we did not have a wrap-up as such. What we’re doing this week is checking out our last reviews, our last featured posts, columns, top posts, and the like. Note furthermore that this review is one part
It’s the dawn of a new year, so let’s take a look back at one of the hottest-selling phones of the last one. A low-key launch couldn’t dispel a summer of hype for the handset: Apple went for evolution when we were expecting a revolution — even though we’d seen the same with the 3G/3GS. In the cold light
"In the future we might not prescribe drugs all the time, we might prescribe apps." Singularity University’s executive director of FutureMed Daniel Kraft M.D. sat down with me to discuss the biggest emerging trends in HealthTech. Here we’ll look at how A.I, big data, 3D printing, social health networks
If you’re anything like me, one of your New Years Resolutions may have been to get in better shape. There’s no doubt that many of us could stand to live healthier lives, and it’s no mistake that devices, services, and tools that help us achieve healthier lifestyles and decreased body masses are on the
I woke up this morning to tweets from Uber customers nationwide who felt taken for a ride, literally and figuratively, after requesting an Uber on one of the busiest nights of the year. Despite the fact the company said as such on their blog and communication channels, riders were apparently not expecting
Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a column about consumer technology.
It’s that special time of year between the post-holiday sales and the pre-CES hype that presents an opportunity to consider some of the most innovative devices of the year. Switched On is proud to present the Saluting
Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week’s most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us — it’s the Week in Green.
This week Inhabitat celebrated New Year’s Eve and the start of 2012 with a look at the biggest breaking green design stories from the past year. We showcased
The Year in Mashable: What It’s Like Inside a Fast Growing Media Company, And What to Expect in 2012
2011 was Mashable‘s most successful year to date, growing to 25 million monthly unique visitors and almost 60 staff. We expanded to a spa…