The ultimate goal for most filmmakers is a multi-million dollar budget, a sizable crew and plenty of cool toys — including a high-end camera. The reality is that most of us want to film quality content more frequently than we’re able to Kickstart a new budget. But last Tuesday the Read More
Monthly Archives: December 2014
Please don’t shoot me. I’m just the messenger, here to deliver a short list of “tech resolutions” from your kids. Teaching weekly middle school digital literacy classes, aka “Cyber Civics,” gives me a unique view into their digital world; a world where they spend more time than they do in Read More
Before the fight for the biggest screen size, prior to the battle for the best specs or camera, there was the one great, very volatile feature phone manufacturers warred over: thinness. The R5 is Oppo’s 4.85mm stab at making the world’s skinniest phone – so thin they couldn’t fit a Read More
Integrating the power of data and Internet connectivity into everyday objects has become a big trend in product development today, more so with the recent rise of the ‘Internet of Things’. University of Pennsylvania students are at the forefront of this, and are applying these novel concepts in Read More
If you had plans to spend next year calling your boo bae, describing the chilly weather as a polar vortex or talking up your foodie lifestyle, cancel them immediately. Those three terms can never be spoken again.
At least, that’s the tongue-in-cheek goal of the “List of Read More
If it’s true that good artists borrow and great artists steal, what is the classification for those who simply derive inspiration from others and then use it as a springboard for their own imaginations?
Maybe there’s no discrete category for such folks, but at least now they have Muzli, Read More
The new year has finally arrived and the ladies of Twitter are definitely ready to celebrate. Twitter user Van was possibly the most excited, tweeting, “Bring in 2015 the same way you came into this world. Naked and screaming.” Barbara The Ninja celebrated a bit differently: Read More
Are you prepared for the New Year’s resolutions that are about to flood your feed?
It’s as much a tradition as watching the ball drop: making promises to oneself which will later also be dropped. And yet, year after year, we continue to make these resolutions in the hopes that this Read More
Apple is facing a class action lawsuit over the storage on its iPhones, iPads and iPods.
A class action lawsuit was filed Tuesday in California, alleging that Apple “fails to disclose” to people that as much as 23.1 percent of the advertised storage space on 8 GB and Read More
Remember Palm? They made a series of PDAs and smartphones before the world fell in love with the iPhone. Well the brand at least might be returning.
According to webOS Nation, the Palm brand has been purchased by Alcatel Onetouch, a brand of Chinese tech company TCL. Read More