8 Things Likely To Happen in 2013

2012 was an exciting year for technology and the world. But it was also a year of a lot of surprises. We expect a lot to happen in 2013. Here are 8 of our predictions. 1. The world will end The Mayans may not have had the ability to accurately predict the end of the world, but that doesn't mean it's not going to happen. From Global Warming to … [Read More...]

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8 predictions for Apple’s WWDC keynote based on the invitation

Monday is Christmas for Apple fanboys. One of Apple’s biggest events, the World Wide Developer Conference is coming up next week. Apple’s Keynote during this event has historically unveiled many new Apple products and features, ranging from new iPhones and Macs to major iOS software updates and more. Rumors are right on schedule, flooding in […]

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Raspberry Pie sales up 950% this holiday. Kids left without Raspberry Pi’s.

Kids these days have it too easy. If they want a top of the line desktop or laptop computer, they have plenty of prebuilt options. There was a time not many years ago where, if you wanted a great … [Read More...]


Google+ reaches huge milestone: 1,000 “active” users

Google+, Google's social network, has been a major focus at Google. They have put a lot of resources and effort into making it the social web that connects all of their products and services. Though … [Read More...]


Evernote launches 5.1.2 iOS app update fixing bugs

Today marks one of the biggest days in our known history. Two significant things have happened. The first - we survived the end of the world. Second - Evernote, the popular note taking application, … [Read More...]


Instagram ignites users to read others’ Policies and Terms; scary stuff everywhere

Instagram has found themselves in hot water over changes that were made to the company's Privacy Policy this week. According to the update, Instagram now has the legal option to sell any photo shared … [Read More...]


Apple Maps launches on Android

Unless you've been living under a rock for the past several months, you have probably heard about the disaster that has been Apple Maps. Apple replaced Google Maps with their own map app in their … [Read More...]


Amazon Celebrates Best Ever Red Tuesday

Today's article is guest written by @ChrisKotera “This has been the best Red Tuesday ever for us!” said Amazon CEO Jeffrey P. Bezos on Tuesday evening as the lowest grossing Red Tuesday to … [Read More...]


Dollar Tree Launches Android App Store [BREAKING]

In March, Amazon launched their own app store for Android apps. You might be thinking, "why would Amazon launch an app store?" Well, let's put it this way. I have no idea. It's weird. In fact, it … [Read More...]


Wanton Wantrepreneur: The FAT startup

Some startup methodologies that emphasize learning and shit have taken hold in the startup community in recent years. They suggest things like running lean, the idea that spending less money while you … [Read More...]

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Snake oil salesman starts Kickstarter project for iPad belt

Kickstarter projects have been made fun of before, but there is no denying that it gives creative people the opportunity to create something that might not otherwise be possible. People with no talent … [Read More...]


CERN: Look at this! No, it’s not the Higgs, but you’ll totally love it!

CERN houses the largest science experiment in this history of human existence. The Large Hadron Collider is a ring 17 miles around that accelerates sub-atomic particles to near the speed of light. … [Read More...]


Apple adds “Shake-To-Undo” iOS feature to Mountain Lion. Computers breaking already.

With Mountain Lion on the horizon, more and more iOS (mobile) features are starting to make their way to Mac OS X, Apple's desktop operating system. Beginning with Lion, Apple made it clear that they … [Read More...]


A new app launches on the App Store [BREAKING]

A company has finally turned their popular website application into an iOS app. Users have been asking for a mobile application for quite some time, as the website experience on their mobile browsers … [Read More...]

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Wanton Wantrepreneur: 6 business models you should be using right now

An unbelievable number of founders come to pitch me on their companies with no idea what their business model should look like. It is never ok to put off figuring out your business model when there … [Read More...]


Google announces AdShirts product to monetize Project Glass

Today's post has been written by Tim Sylvester, Founder of Integrated Roadways, an innovative solution for building better, cheaper and more advanced roads. The tech world hasn't been able to stop … [Read More...]


4 Amazing SEO Strategies That Guarantee Increased Traffic to Your Blog

Search Engine Optimization is a key strategy for driving traffic from searches on Google, Bing, and other search engines. Many media blogs leverage and sometimes abuse this strategy by making multiple … [Read More...]