• Razor Crazy Cart | Hands On

    Gift Guide: The Razor Crazy Cart

    While I did say that the Razor Crazy Cart was, well, crazy, it’s well worth a closer look if you have the space and safety equipment to send your kids careening around your driveway at about twenty miles per hour. That’s right: this is your dream go-kart from the folks who made the Razor scooters and, if you have the space and helmets it’s the best fun your kids will have… Read More

  • Cooling Tablet Market Turns To Low-End Devices For Growth

    Cooling Tablet Market Turns To Low-End Devices For Growth

    Never in tech history have so many bought so much in such a short time. There was a memorable tweet sent in the final days before the first iPad was released: Someone in tech — and I forget their name and can’t find the tweet, sadly — noted in less than 140 characters that they were about to embark on their last weekend before they would never have to have another without… Read More

  • Quikkly Wants To Be A Better QR Code

    Quikkly Wants To Be A Better QR Code

    You’ve all used a QR code, right? Those weird-looking barcodes you’re supposed to scan using a mobile to open a related web link. Nope? I thought not. For one reason or another, the technology, which was originally developed for the automotive industry to track parts in vehicle manufacturing, has never really gained critical mass from a consumer point of view. Enter Quikkly… Read More

  • Applause Raises $765K From Salesforce CEO For Its Revamped Weight Loss App

    Applause Raises $765K From Salesforce CEO For Its Revamped Weight Loss App

    If you’re worried about blowing your diet over the holidays – or perhaps, thinking about making a New Year’s resolution to “eat healthy” (you know, again) – an app called Applause, now seed funded by Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff, may help. The startup aims to bring to market a more lightweight food and activity tracking service combined with virtual… Read More

  • GoPro Could Go Robo With Consumer Drones Launching Next Year

    GoPro Could Go Robo With Consumer Drones Launching Next Year

    GoPro is working on a lineup of consumer drones to supplement its action camera lineup, according to the Wall Street Journal. The new product category would offer aerial drones like the Parrot Bebop and DJI Phantom and Inspire 1. The drones would reportedly retail in the $500 to $1,000 range, and come with GoPro action camera tech onboard, which is a natural fit given that outfitting drones… Read More

  • Firefox Redesigns Its Search Interface Ahead Of Yahoo Switch

    Firefox Redesigns Its Search Interface Ahead Of Yahoo Switch

    Last week we learned that Mozilla had made a pact with Yahoo to switch Firefox’s default search engine to a yet-to-be launched new version of Yahoo’s Bing-powered search experience. At that time, we already noted how easy it is to switch between search engines in Firefox and now the organization is making it even easier with the launch of a new search experience in the Firefox… Read More

  • Unity Finally Releases Its Long Promised User Interface Creator

    Unity Finally Releases Its Long Promised User Interface Creator

    At long last, Unity has shipped version 4.6 of its visual game development system — and with it, the long promised UI editor. Read More

  • Emojiary Is A Mobile Diary App Where You Visualize Your Feelings With Emoji

    Emojiary Is A Mobile Diary App Where You Visualize Your Feelings With Emoji

    Regularly journaling your thoughts and feelings is a good way to “check in with yourself,” raise your self-awareness and connect with your intuition, but it can also be a time-consuming activity that most of us don’t have time for, given our busy lives. A company called All Tomorrows wants to change that, by offering a quick and arguably more fun way to track your feelings… Read More

  • Google.com Domain Should Be Covered By Search De-Listing, Say European Regulators

    Google.com Domain Should Be Covered By Search De-Listing, Say European Regulators

    Google has kicked against it. Eric Schmidt was doing so in public only last month. But European regulators are now stipulating the so called ‘right to be forgotten’ ruling should apply to search results displayed on Google.com, not just on European sub-domains such as Google.co.uk. Read More

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