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You’ve probably seen those As Seen On TV herb garden kits with their little built-in grow light and pre-packaged out-of-the-box garden. You may have even purchased one only to find out that they aren’t exactly …
Bitcoin gets all the attention when it comes to alternative currencies and the emerging strata of offerings in this very in-demand realm of finance.
People the world over are tired of endlessly fluctuating currency values and …
Despite having one of the more innovative physical products to enter the marketplace in recent years, startup Lytro is having trouble moving their ground breaking camera technology and has begun layoffs from its Silicon Valley …
When former Google staffer Brit Morin got married, she hired a programmer to develop an app that could help her manage her wedding plans. The app eventually grew and became Weduary, a platform that helps users design websites for weddings
The smartphone market has recently been dominated by Apple and Samsung. Now BlackBerry is hoping to join them at the top with the launch of its Q5, a low-cost, brightly coloured smartphone targeting emerging markets.
Joy & Revelry, an e-commerce platform that allows style influencers to acquaint their audiences with exceptional products based on their design preferences, is now officially out of beta.
Credit cards make shopping much safer and more convenient than using cash. The same could be said for smartphones, which represent a marked improvement in communication over the traditional telephone.
Missed calls and numerous unread messages that need replies are just two of the problems encountered when phones are set to silent mode. Even when alert tones are in place, mobile phones still need attention.
In an effort to provide more direct answers and facts to every query and web search, Google has recently acquired Wavii, a start-up founded by Adrian Aoun that specialises in natural language processing, for over US $30 million.
Smartphones have become some of the most widely used gadgets these days. However, they can only be fully enjoyed and used by people without any sensory impairment, leaving out people with vision and hearing issues.
Alibaba Group, touted as the largest e-commerce company in China, is placing bets once again on promoting its very own internally developed operating system in an ambitious bid to penetrate the mobile phone market.
Paula Long, one of the three founders of storage firm EqualLogic, which was acquired by Dell for US$1.4 billion five years ago, is secretly developing a new start-up known as DataGravity.