New York City isn’t Europe and eight straight nights isn’t exactly endless (though, it’s plenty long if you’re talking about lamp oil), but this humble metropolis is good enough for electronic and Krautrock pioneers Kraftwerk. The robo-rockers are heading to MoMa on April 10th and will be playing eight
Brands on Google+ are seeing tremendous growth in followers, according to a new report from SEO and digital marketing startup BrightEdge.
Google+ was famously closed to brands when it launched, something that changed with the launch of Google+ Pages in November. Now, the number of users following the
There is apparently a growing trend for game developers to ditch Sony’s new portable platform and invest more of their efforts in Nintendo’s 3DS, which itself had been previously neglected. This is an odd turn of events from the usual market standard, where developers start with the platform
Rumors emerge of a new version of Android, "Jelly Bean", that may be announced in Q2 2012. This and more in today’s Daily Wrap.
Sometimes it’s difficult to catch everything that hits tech media in a day, so we wrap up some of the most talked about stories. We give you a daily recap of what you missed
Scientists have managed to create a robot created entirely out of DNA, an advancement that could make it possible to effectively kill cancer cells or other diseases that don’t have a simple cure. The microscopic robots use incredibly sophisticated directives that seek out specific cells. Then,
Is it possible to quantify the astonishing, inspiring, almost mystical phenomenon known as Linsanity? Mashable contacted some number-crunching s…
We’ve talked about the Lumia line quite a bit in the past few months, but the series is finally starting to feel real. Just last week the 900 was made available for pre-order, and today we’re seeing reports that the staggeringly high-priced Lumia 800 bundle is just hanging out on Microsoft store shelves
Dropbox, one of the most prevalent players in cloud-based storage services right now (but perhaps not for too much longer), has just rolled out an update to its sophisticated Automator service. The service allows users to instantly convert documents from one file type to another, and also makes it easy
It’s been nearly a year since Samsung first announced HBO Go access would be coming to its Smart TVs, and today the company announced on all forms of social media (Twitter, Facebook, Google+ — there may be a YouTube video out there somewhere) it’s finally available. Most should be familiar with HBO’s
Well, we tried to tape our first episode of Invalid Argument today, but a clusterf— of Google+ Hangout and YouTube bugs messed that one up pretty thoroughly. Google tells us that three different bugs combined today for a perfect storm. Anyone who tried to tune in live (we love you) got a totally blank