Drunken Facebook posts, questionable pictures and random tweets – NewsFeed bids you adieu.
Giving sight to the blind? There’s an app for that.
NewsFeed isn’t sure if this is ominous news or not.
Wednesday’s links think deep thoughts.
Nothing kills romance like discovering you’ve been flirting with a felon, or even worse, ahem, a married man online. But now, New York state and New Jersey are passing laws to regulate the billion-dollar internet dating …
One of the great things about eating fatty foods sans a pesky calorie label is not knowing exactly how many grams of sugar you’re inhaling. Everyone knows that if you don’t know the calories, they don’t count! Japan’s NTT …
Some 700,000 potential voters in 12 states relying on Google to locate their nearest polling places, were directed to the wrong spot.
Who says the U.S. economy is in trouble? We lead the world in iPhone app innovation!
Making your license plate high-tech? Yes, there’s an app for that.
Did the Hummer in the next lane just cut you off? Obscene gestures are so 1990. Send your choice words to the driver via text message.
There’s an iPhone app that lets you translate the Minions dialect at the end of Despicable Me—by asking you to keep your phone on during the movie. Doesn’t that go against the first commandment of movie-theater etiquette?