• Tablet Growth Now Expected To Be Flat In North America And Europe This Year

    Tablet Growth Now Expected To Be Flat In North America And Europe This Year

    Tablet growth in the North American and European markets will be flat this year, according to IDC. The group revised its estimates after what it called a “second quarter of softer than expected demand.” The tablet market, which IDC counts as tablets and 2-in-1 devices, will grow by a slim 6.5 percent globally. In 2014, around 233 million tablets and 2-in-1 devices will be sold… Read More

  • Tripcast Is A Beautiful Travel Journal For iPhone

    Tripcast Is A Beautiful Travel Journal For iPhone

    A new mobile application called Tripcast, built by the team that created photo-sharing app Cluster, allows travelers to privately share their photos with their friends back home. The app lets you create a travel journal of sorts, by not only collecting the photos and sharing them, but also plotting them on map, and inviting fellow travelers to build albums with you. This is not the first time… Read More

  • Curious Launches Categories, Courses, And A Crafting App For Mobile

    Curious Launches Categories, Courses, And A Crafting App For Mobile

    Curious, the video-enabled tutoring and teaching service for anyone who thinks that curiosity may be bad for cats but great for people, is launching some new features, a new crafting app, and a wholly redesigned website. The company’s site now is organized into categories and courses for the massive number of tutorials on any topic ranging from how to replace a carburetor to how to play… Read More

  • Starfish Aims To Prevent Accidental Heatstroke Deaths By Alerting Parents To Children Left In Cars

    Starfish Aims To Prevent Accidental Heatstroke Deaths By Alerting Parents To Children Left In Cars

    New, first-time parents are terrified that they’re going to somehow accidentally hurt their baby – they will drop the child, or hit that weird soft spot on the baby’s head. Or maybe they’ll forget to put the baby on their back to sleep, and they will die of SIDS. A new breed of startups and “baby tech” gadgetry now caters to these fears, selling… Read More

  • Chartbeat’s Campaign IQ Dashboard Offers A Less Wonky Way To Measure Ads

    Chartbeat’s Campaign IQ Dashboard Offers A Less Wonky Way To Measure Ads

    Real-time analytics service Chartbeat has been banging the drum for the past few months about the need to focus less on clicks and more on attention, when it comes to measuring the success of content and especially ads. Now the company is moving further in that direction with the launch of a new tool called Campaign IQ. Chartbeat already launched native ad analytics earlier this year, but… Read More

  • This May Be The Best Look Yet At The New iPhone

    This May Be The Best Look Yet At The New iPhone

    It’s happening. Apple’s invitation to a September 9 event has officially gone out. At least one next-gen iPhone will be unveiled in a few short days. However, new photos have emerged on Chinese site WeiFeng that appear to show components that match up almost identically to previous leaks for a 4.7-inch iPhone. If these numerous leaks are to be trusted as the real deal, and we are… Read More

  • Facebook Search Now Lets Some Mobile Users Look Up Friends’ Old Posts By Keyword

    Facebook Search Now Lets Some Mobile Users Look Up Friends’ Old Posts By Keyword

    Facebook is testing an expansion of its search product, introduced last year as “Graph Search,” on mobile devices, according to a report from Bloomberg. The change, which is currently only visible to a smaller subset of Facebook users, allows users to retrieve friends’ old posts via keyword, as well as content from pages they followed. This feature was previously introduced… Read More

  • Here’s An Affordable Mid-Range Electric Bike Conversion Kit To Speed Up Your Commute

    Here’s An Affordable Mid-Range Electric Bike Conversion Kit To Speed Up Your Commute

    Micah Toll’s Barak Electric Bike Conversion Kit turns ordinary bikes into electric ones. Toll, a mechanical engineer who wrote a do-it-yourself e-bike guide, says with seven years in the e-bike industry, he’s seen the best and worst. With that knowledge, he wanted to create a mid-range e-bike kit with a balance of quality and cost. Read More

  • Taking Massage-On-Demand Nationwide, Zeel Rolls Out In Miami, LA, and SF Bay

    Taking Massage-On-Demand Nationwide, Zeel Rolls Out In Miami, LA, and SF Bay

    It’s a year later than they had initially planned, but Zeel is finally expanding its massage-on-demand service beyond New York to more cities in the U.S. — rolling out in the Bay Area, Los Angeles, and Miami. It’s the next step toward creating what Chief Executive Samer Hamadeh says is at least a billion-dollar business. “We believe we’re creating something that… Read More

  • Nokia’s Here Maps Its Future On Samsung With Its First Android And Tizen Apps

    Nokia’s Here Maps Its Future On Samsung With Its First Android And Tizen Apps

    Opera may have taken some of the wind out of the Nokia brand’s sails with the news that its browser will be replacing Nokia’s on the now-Microsoft-owned, winding down, feature handset business. But today the Finnish company that has remained after the Microsoft handset sale had some interesting news of its own: it’s tying up with Samsung for two new versions of its Here… Read More