Email is hijacking your days, and it's being sneaky about it. You can regain control over your time. Figure out how much time you devote to email right now and steal it back.
HomeTube – Looking for an app that will keep your children occupied for a few minutes so you can wash the dishes in peace? HomeTube to the rescue! HomeTube transforms your Android device into a…
Setting up the perfect home theater isn't easy.
This week's best offers include handwriting tool Smart Note, a classic 90s software synth reimagined on the iPad and a Bomberman-themed match 3 puzzler.
Tomorrow's transportation is not just about the self-driving car. The future will see networks of cars working together to keep passengers safe and deliver them to their destinations efficiently.
However, a number of glass alloys have been found which can form in thick layers, and it is these that are called ‘Bulk Metallic Glasses’. Learn more about the potential for this glass.
None of these games require anything more than a Flash-enabled browser and an open-minded sense of humor that isn't afraid to laugh at the silly and the absurd.
The term "phablet" very much applies to Apple's recently announced iPhone 6 Plus, but there's more to it than just a bigger screen.
Smartphones armed with music recognition apps make it easy to find out which song is playing at any given time, but which service is best? We compared Shazam, SoundHound and MusicID to find out.
We set out to track down a "Goodreads for video games," and this is what we found.
Chrome's minimalist and user-friendly interface is a big reason for its popularity, along with the excellent extensions available in the Web store. Here are three that will make browsing easier for you.
Imagine your surprise when you wake up one morning to find that something you made has gone viral. You can learn lots about how content behaves on Tumblr by watching the viral process unfold.
Also, Windows 9, Google refunds, Facebook ads, Xbox noise, and iPad magic with LEGO.
Flippr – With Flippr, your favorite widgets and shortcuts are always a touch away. Access your widgets while using any application or game without returning to the home screen.
Anyone who owned an iPhone 2G will appreciate the journey from iOS 1 to the current version being used today.