Like Milo before it, Wishpond launched in late 2010 to build a local search engine that aggregates realtime inventory and product listings from brick and mortar retail stores — from big chains to mom and pop shops. The startup has since focused its efforts on developing social commerce solutions for
Nuance, of Dragon TV fame announced today that it was licensing Rovi’s (formerly known as Macrovision) metadata for its talky-TV platform. Once integrated, the application will be able to marshall far more information than it currently can — enabling it to give answers to queries like "Who plays Chuck
Siri is a loyal mistress, following you wherever you go — but is she a good listener?
Since the iPhone 4S began coming standard with Siri last…
Now that Yahoo is gradually untangling itself from Chinese e-commerce site Alibaba, does the U.S. Web portal’s future look any brighter? Not really.
Yahoo’s agreement over the weekend to sell half of its stake in Alibaba for $7 billion ends a longstanding feud thaty wasn’t
So the way the living room market exists now, if you’re on the leading edge of electronics, you have a cable or satellite box which you use to watch live TV. But if you want to stream a movie, check in with what’s up on your friend’s wall, tune into Internet radio, or find out Read
Lawrence Lessig called Internet privacy an “oxymoron” in a backstage interview during this year’s Mashable Connect, held in Orlando…
If you’re tired of bananaphones that just make calls, the crew at Gadget Gangster now has a homebrew project to use them for musical escapades. A custom-coded (and appropriately named) Adafruit Propeller board turns a bunch of bananas into the Bananaphone TouchSynth, a synthesizer using the same capacitive
Bicom, makers of the Corian-hewn playGo USB will unveil a new AP1 AirPlay device, but only you if help fund it. After finding out that it wasn’t able to produce last year’s gear in enough quantity to bring the price down, the company has gone down the Kickstarter route to raise $150,000 in advanced funding.
If you pre-ordered Sprint’s EVO 4G LTE, then your wait is almost over. Sprint announced via a forum post Monday afternoon that it expects…
Nintendo will allow Spike TV’s cameras into its E3 press conference next month. The cable network has confirmed that it will carry the presentation, in its entirety with no commercial interruption on June 5 at 12:00 PM Eastern Time. MTV2 will simulcast the event. Spike and MTV2 join G4 in tapping