Foursquare, the app that lets people virtually "check in" to places that they physically visit, has debuted a new top-to-bottom redesign of its mobile applications. The new look does not come as much of a surprise — it has been whispered about quite loudly for days, in the tech media and perhaps most
Con Airtime, Sean Parker y Shawn Fanning esperan proporcionar una mejor forma de conocer de forma espontánea a nuevas personas en línea.
Let’s face it – jogging is one of the best forms of exercise, but sometimes it can get incredibly boring. Jogging is certainly an activity that’s better with a partner, but not all of us have the luxury of a jogging buddy who can join us at a moment’s notice. So, a group of researchers
In line with its Mac-exclusive focus, Twelve South’s pulled back the curtain on SurfacePad, a genuine leather wrist rest protector just for MacBook Airs. The leather strip aims to keep the notebook’s casing unscathed by watches or jewelry and the undersides of hands comfortable. Need some added cushion
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When it comes to Facebook’s social commerce platform, the site has managed to create an amazing system of monetization. People are buying premium items in games, paying for bonus features, and spending money to increase the amount of time they can spend in the game. In other words, Facebook Credits
Coming out of its shell as a possible Kinect foe, SoftKinetic has launched a new range sensor at Computex right on the heels of its last model. Upping the accuracy while shrinking the size, the DepthSense 325 now sees your fingers and hand gestures in crisp HD and as close as 10cm (4 inches), an improvement
Satya Patel joined Twitter in March of 2011, after a four-year stint as an investor with Battery Ventures. He took on the big job of managing the company’s core product as well as its growing advertising business. But now, as its ads are starting to take off, he’s leaving the company.
The decision was
Rebel Mouse, the new web service by former Huffington Post CTO Paul Berry, wants to be the front page to your life on the internet.
On first glance, it looks like a digital newspaper of your social life, organized on Pinterest. After you spend some time on the site, it becomes clear that it’s much more