There’s been a lot of discussion and debate around the benefit to brands of building a presence on Facebook and Twitter. At the same time, LinkedIn has been ramping up its efforts to get brands to create content and promote it through advertising.
Drifty, a participant in the TechStars Cloud 2013 incubator, and makers of a suite of tools for mobile developers building apps and websites, most notably, the Ionic framework, has closed on a million in seed funding, the company is announcing.
In the space between one iPhone launch and the next, a number of things happen: rumors abound, analysts throw out predictions on sales figures, specs trickle out slowly, and most entertainingly, designers build out concepts for us to drool over.
With a click of a button in the Xfinity Store, Comcast subscribers will soon be able to purchase access to House of Cards — Netflix is not required. The option should hit the service soon. Only the first season of the show is currently available.
Apple offers the iPhone in a number of different storage capacities, ranging from 16GB to 64GB, but it doesn’t offer expansion storage options to let users add their own via micro SD or any other format.
Chaotic Moon Studios is a startup in Austin, TX that designs software for pretty much every big name brand under the sun. They also invented a stun gun-loaded drone, which they invited Popular Science editors to come check out while in town for…
What’s coming in the iPhone 6? This concept video from Apple fan Sam Beckett has all the major rumors, and his own idea about what it will look like.
The design in Beckett’s mind is a combination of the iPhone 4 and the iPhone 5.
We’re getting another sneak peek at HTC’s follow-up to its renowned HTC One smartphone. The device, codenamed the M8, launches March 25, but we already know enough about it to be very intrigued.
Carl Icahn has released another open letter concerning eBay.
Icahn has been releasing open shareholder letters regarding eBay since last month. In these letters, he’s been slamming some of the e-commerce giant’s board members and its CEO.
On Sunday, Vietnam’s ministry of information and communication has released a photo that is believed to show fragments of the inner door and a piece of the tail from a Malaysian airliner that went missing early Saturday.