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To salute the X and the history of this wonderful device, we chart past iPhones and what was toted as the hot new feature.
You'll be shocked at how vulnerable key card locks at hotels actually are.
Silicon Valley's a bro's club. But does it have to be?
Adiós expensive Rosetta Stone and hola, free, gamification-rich Duolingo !
Elbow doesn’t sacrifice functionality for form. It improves upon unreliable ‘80s era tape players.
Could Speakerhat be the final nail in the wearable tech coffin or the launch of a bold new era?
The new app Greenie puts a new spin on saving the planet.
In the age of Instagram, everyone wants to be a star photographer and garner “likes” from social networks. EyeEm Selects gives chance to sell your images and make some cash as well as social media acclaim.
IFTTT is a simple idea that could revolutionize our digital lives. Or at least the way you program your daily schedule.
A chatbot therapist provides little relief.
We’ve seen how Trump has operated as a president, but how does he operate as a creative muse for app developers? His Oval Office actions might be reckless and chaotic, but he’s inspired elegance and simplicity in coders.
Biotechnology and brain-computer interfaces have grown increasingly sophisticated. Unfortunately, it opens up new and alarming possibilities for hacking.
WittyThumbs offers advice for daters. But maybe swipe left on this app.
While fitness trackers accurately measure heart rates, their calorie estimates are far less reliable.
What can you do if you want to keep their personal information on you personal social media page private when entering the United States? A new app helps keep personal info protected from border guards.
Take your next eye exam in the comfort of your own home, courtesy of Warby Parker.
The chatbot app was created as an AI version of a person’s personality.