Facebook is now making it easier for you to order food from your favorite restaurants directly within its app, without having to navigate away to a delivery service or restaurant’s own app or website. In the main Facebook navigation on… Read More ›
Month: May 2017
Apple appears to be in the very early stages of readying a 5G-capable iPhone. The company filed an application for an “experimental radio service (other than broadcast)” with the Federal Communications Commission, to conduct wireless tests in two locations. Read… Read More ›
Warby Parker has developed a new Prescription Check app that allows consumers to self-administer an eye test through their smartphone and computer. The results can then be reviewed remotely by an eye doctor who can provide a prescription, the company… Read More ›
Beginning this summer, Ikea’s Tradfri line of smart light bulbs can be controlled by voice commands via Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and Apple’s Siri. Read more at Retail Dive.
Snapchat knew it from the start, but in recent months Google and Facebook have all but confirmed it: The keyboard, slowly but surely, is fading into obscurity. Read more at Wired.
Camels and sticks versus satellite phones and Twitter. Seventeenth century, meet 21st century. Read more at Wired.
Ever wanted to know what your kids really get up to at school? There’s an app for that. ClassDojo allows teachers and students to share what happens in real time, and it’s proving really popular. Read more at CNN Money.
Quick, what’s the first thing that you think of when you think of “Kodak”? “Film,” “photography,” “pictures,” “cameras,” are obvious choices, and if you’re thinking more negatively, perhaps even “bankruptcy” will leap to mind. What you probably didn’t come up… Read More ›
When Elisabeth Murdoch said goodbye to the family business in the wake of the News Corp. phone-hacking scandal in 2014, there was considerable anticipation regarding her next career move. But when Murdoch resurfaced in 2015, she focused her programming savvy… Read More ›
Ion360 unveiled a device that captures 360-degree photos and videos. The $349 Ion360 U snaps onto smartphones and lets users go live or directly share content on social media without needing to sync or download. Read more at Mobile Marketer.