I like everything. Or at least I did, for 48 hours. Literally everything Facebook sent my way, I liked—even if I hated it.
In the past 10 years, neuroscientists have discovered some unusual quirks in the brain that appears to be very socially oriented.
The UK’s leading app development company, Apadmi, has released a Star Trek-themed infographic detailing its top tips for creating enterprise apps.
Britons now spend more time using smartphones and tablets, watching television and listening to the radio than they do sleeping, thanks to the availability of broadband in the home and on the move, regulator Ofcom said on Thursday.
In the great professional fanboy fight that is Apple vs. Samsung, things might be about to grow up. The two companies have agreed to put an end to patent battles outside of the U.S.
Hardcore gamers are at risk of hearing “maddening” screams and explosions after periods playing video games, a new study has found.
Not to be outdone by eBay, Amazon today opens the doors to a new 3D Printing Store that allows the customization of “more than 200 unique print on-demand products.”
High street fashion retailer Zara has announced that they will be using RFID tags to track every item of clothing in their store. What does this mean for the high street?
Instagram seems to have accidentally posted a link to its new “one tap photo messaging app” Bolt inside Instagram for Android. Tapping the “free” button yields a dead end in the Google Play Store.
Calling Zuckerburg and Lucky: if you ever need a box quote for the Rift’s commercial launch, you are all set.