Tag Archives: Technology
The answer to all your summertime sadness.
These are the people that can help us defeat Skynet. Come with them if you want to live.
Have a drunk e-mail that you regret sending to your boss? BRO.... THERE'S STILL A CHANCE. These Gmail hacks are lifesavers... Know them, live by
Watch out, Chipotle. Burrito Box is going to change the burrito game. The concept -- in a nutshell -- is like Red Box and Chipotle have a love
Let’s just get the obvious out of the way right off the bat. Smartphones, iPhones for most of us, have become increasingly more prominent in
An interesting new update just rolled out for Snapchat on iOS and Android. It's an option to create Snapchat Stories, which is a temporary social network to share unique content with friends
Today in news that could potentially rip apart offices and families: Gchat—the way all the cool kids interact post-college—glitched out this morning, sending users' messages to the wrong
During a talk at Harvard University on Sept. 21, Bill Gates admitted that Control-Alt-Delete—the three-button combination that made even the dumbest Windows user feel like
I’ve spent the last 24 hours without my iPhone. It’s been an absolute struggle, and, really, I'm just thankful to still be alive.
Over the weekend, thousands of brand-new iPhone 5s users discovered that they can now film things in slow motion. Did they use this feature to film butterflies, or
Last week my friend called to see if wanted to drink some scotch.
Tinder exposed its users' exact physical location and Facebook profile not for a "few hours," like the company's CEO previously indicated, but a few weeks.
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.
Doesn't get any cooler than this super-geeky, super-awesome sports technology. I mean, just freakin' LOOK:
Listing off how technology has ruined dating would result in a scroll longer than the Quran, so I will keep this
Whenever I hear the word technology, the first thing that always comes to mind is learning how to type on a
Everyone’s all jazzed up about Google Glass. But what if it sucks? What then? This video explores that very real possibility.
It's a time-honored tradition shared by college kids and post-grads the country over: If you know a parent, friend, friend's parent, or cool dude named
Ever use Square? Square's the mobile credit card payment service founded a few years back by Twitter creator Jack Dorsey. It's widely been hailed as
No exaggeration in that headline. This is as insane as it sounds: Professors now have technology that will alert them when you've skipped your digital
Cell phones have a complicated relationship with porn. On the surface, you'd think it'd be the perfect coupling: Small, easily transportable magic Internet-connecting device +
For the last three or four years, we've all either been the victim or the perpetrator of excessive restaurant phone usage. It's an experience unlike
Will the Google Glasses up your dating game? Maybe!
This is our chance to act like we're filming an ad for a scummy ambulance-chasing law firm:
When a new technology emerges, we waste precious little time figuring out how it will affect our pornography viewing. Vine, Twitter’s new mobile service, is
"Dude, you're getting a CELL!" Haha, remember that? When the Dell guy got busted trying to buy a bag of weed while wearing a kilt
Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt just got back from a two-week trip to that closed-off place very, very few of us will ever see—North Korea—to
Geeks, pocket protectors, and excessive amounts of grease. Nobody really know where this grease came from, but it was a definitely a thing.
I'm not sure if you've put a lot of thought into how your interactions with robots will go on the day they officially overtake us,
Conspiracy theorists have always wondered why the hell the cell phone—a small device that gives off a tiny electromagnetic signal—is such a big deal to
Who knew? Locking out a friend's account on Facebook is actually very easy. But before we go any further, a word of warning: This is
I think I’d crash my car, poop my pants, or do both if I saw a realistic-looking man flying around in the sky.
In just the past two weeks, Facebook and its subsidiaries have done at least three really unpopular things: 1. Spammers and other people you're not
That picture up there brings back the memories, huh? The skeezy nights spent adding friends on Myspace, the first time you discovered Tila Tequila's profile,
[Ed: I put a Paulina Gretzky Instagram photo up there because I'm a whore. This story is not really about her.]
For something that's such a major part of our lives, Facebook gets crapped on a ton. And some of the criticisms are valid—the privacy settings
I knew there was a reason why my iPhone has had that red notification "1" hanging out in the top right corner of the settings
So you can stop posting it now. Y’all are cluttering my beloved baby picture feed.