Tag Archives: Tech
Twitter's new feature MAY have been designed by Regina George.
Children of the '80s will remember the first time they stuck the Nevermind cassette in a Walkman, which is an experience these kids can't even
What... is going on here exactly.
In theory, Airbnb is awesome.
In a recent interview with the Wall Street Journal, SXSW festival-goer Shaquille O'Neal revealed that he spends over $1,000 a week on apps.
Hey! Remember when you didn't need an app to learn how to go down on a girl?
Yesterday, Facebook purchased the smartphone messaging app WhatsApp for $19 billion. That was a lot of money! $12 billion of […]
Remember when Facebook purchased Instagram for a billion? Remember when they offered Snapchat 3? Child’s play. Mere child’s play. Zuck […]
The texts, Instagrams, and quick peeks at your ex's recent Foursquare check-in can wait: Frequently looking at your phone doesn't make you feel more plugged in or social, according
Shameful Admission: I promised myself years ago, when I bought my first iPod, that I would never go full Apple. Well, friends, I have gone full
Three years ago, Norwegian student Kristoffer Koch was procrastinating when he read an article about bitcoins, an unregulated online currency that was a new concept at the time.
There was once a time, not too long ago, when the original iPhone (the "1") was considered the pinnacle of cell phone technology. It was revolutionary.
Apple held an event today to announce improvements to its tablets, and the iPad Air came away as the big reveal. The machine isn't, by
Well, this should go over well. Snaphack hit the iTunes store late last night, and it allows you to save and re-open Snapchat messages you
You can't start an online sensation without stabbing a few backs. Everyone knows how Zuck kicked out Eduardo Saverin when starting TheFacebook. Others might know
MySpace is BACK. And while Tom isn't along for the ride—too busy burning people on Twitter—Justin Timberlake and around 36 million people are, representing an increase
Twitter will announce this week that it has filed an IPO and plans to become a publicly traded company, a move that will come possibly as
Last night, Yelp introduced "Wordmap," a tool that shows its users heatmaps of major cities based on keyword frequency in reviews. In other words, if
Think back on the computer you used as a kid. Was it a Macintosh? A Gateway 2000? A $3,000 Dell? The color interface was mind-blowing.
Whenever I hear the word technology, the first thing that always comes to mind is learning how to type on a
The Internet has blogged and reblogged the news: Yahoo! bought a fellow online company with useless punctuation, Tumblr., for $1.1 billion this weekend—with all of
Bill Gates was the subject of a big 60 Minutes profile last night. It was pretty fascinating. Everyone knows that Gates has reinvented himself over
Like many of you who got caught up in the Great "House of Cards" Binge of 2013, I was excited by more than just the
When I was young, my mother read me the story of John Henry taking on the steam-powered hammer. Nothing made me happier than when Henry
Facebook is the sneakiest. You probably didn’t even notice, but Mark Zuckerberg & Co. have changed your e-mail address on the social-networking site from something
We're on the cusp of revolutionary technology. According to the New York Times, a pair of Google-made glasses that stream information to the wearer's eyes
Earlier this month, Microsoft staged a massive stunt in New York's Herald Square, building the world's largest Windows Phone in celebration of the launch of
Apple today unveiled their much-hyped new iPhone, the iPhone 4S. Those people hoping for an iPhone 5 with a major overhaul were disappointed, as Apple
Back in February Waffles introduced us to the JetLev Flyer, a water-propelled personal jet pack that looks like a sci-fi escape vehicle in "Octop*ssy." After
For everyone who got an iPad for Christmas, I have bad news for you and your mom: she should have waited a couple months. The
The application "Kik Messenger" is skyrocketing in numbers. It's grown 1,400% in under a month. What is it? It's an app you can download on
Reminder: Don't forget to become a fan of Waffles McButter on Facebook! Technological advancements, in all facets of life, are inevitable. From high-definition television sets to computers
There's something ironic about "PlayBook," the name of RIM's first ever BlackBerry tablet, which was just announced this afternoon. The 7-inch device is in fact
In his typical black shirt and jeans, Steve Jobs unveiled a few new Apple products this afternoon, including some new iPod models, a refreshed Apple