Ben Lieberman just wanted to find out what may have caused the head-on collision that killed his 19-year-old son, Evan, on a highway north of New York City. He’s channeling his grief over the 2011 accident into a proposal that… Read More ›
Day: May 21, 2017
The Washington Post is launching an augmented-reality series today, the start of a push into AR-enhanced storytelling this year. Read more at Digiday.
FCC Commissioner Mike O’Rielly, a Republican, says the agency should stop states from creating their own broadband privacy laws. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai recently expressed a similar idea. Read more at MediaPost.
UberEats, which replaced the UberRush service on May 8, allows mobile users to order anything from the regular McDonald’s menu. The restaurants package the meal for delivery and hand it off to an Uber driver. A flat fee of $4.99… Read More ›
As everyone on the planet expected, the FCC voted to repeal Obama-era net neutrality regulations today. Those regulations currently enable the agency to prevent internet service providers from favoring some websites and services over others. Read more at Venture Beat.
I always liked Things. Made by Germany-based startup Cultured Code, the app won with design. Even if I had hundreds or even thousands of tasks, organized into dozens of projects on different timelines and priority levels, on Things, it all… Read More ›
Wearable technology, along with incentives and motivational communications, can help employer wellness programs attract and retain participants. Read more at mHealth Intelligence.
High school freshman Zoe Valladares has been the mayor of a major metropolis. She’s chatted with former President Barack Obama. And she’s been assigned a house within her school by a magical sorting hat, just like the lucky students of… Read More ›
American households throw food worth $165 billion in the trash each year. Now they can share it with their neighbors instead, thanks to a new app. Read more at CNN Money.
The mobile health app, BiAffect, helps healthcare providers and their patients identify manic and depressive episodes in people with bipolar disorder by analyzing how that person uses a smartphone. Read more at mHealth Intelligence.