The trend toward a mobile workforce isn’t reversing itself anytime soon.
Ken Goldstein follows an ad through the chain from advertiser to consumer, and wonders why Facebook is still targeting him with ads for French Maid Costumes.
Picking up an expensive cup of coffee comes with a great treat, this week only, while supplies last.
New technology makes your smartphone waterproof … if you feel like trusting a company you never met with your stuff.
Apple’s gaming situation just go so much more real with a console-styled controller to enhance game play.
There’s a company that knows everything on your smartphone … and there’s not much you can do about it.
A summary of news items from our webcast It’s Komplicated on the Geekweek Network.
We break down the nitty gritty details on the new products and services from Apple, and tell you when you can get more info.
You think you’re so safe, surfing away at Starbucks? Even more of your digital life is at risk. Again.
A new study states that your mobile phone is not linked to cancer or brain tumors.
MIT’s Technology Review is ringing a death knell for every fart emulator and tip calculator on the market, and you can find out why.
Android’s legendary fragmentation limits the number of devices that can see the Netflix goodness.
Note: I don’t know Chas personally, but my understanding is that he’s British.Bio: Chas is an upper middle 40’s musical nutcase brought up on a solid diet of The Clash, Stella Artois, Leeds United, designer football violence, hip shaking dance music and small scale civil disobedience, now ‘jailed’ in Toronto despite numerous failed escape attempts.…
I feel like Ghandi. When did poker become Jerry Springer?Not being able to sleep last night, I decided to fire up the Macbook and played a little online poker. I normally roll into Full Tilt to play because the players are generally pretty cool. That and it’s about the only one I can play on…