Starbucks’ wireless phone chargers and the battle over wireless phone charging
Wireless phone chargers are cool, but how many of Starbucks' customers will be able to use the ones they're installing?
Facebook changes its policy on breastfeeding, mastectomy photos
Facebook wants you to know it's down with breastfeeding photos.
Tesla just opened up all its patents to champion open-source innovation
Elon Musk rejects patent culture in hopes it’ll help the electric car industry.
Would you take a ride with Gryft, the grifter version of Lyft?
It’s not mandatory to have a dirty pornstache to be a Gryft driver... but it doesn’t hurt.
Online translation is a major challenge for the global Web
The Web is growing, and more places are getting online. As that happens, what technologies will translate the vastness of its content?
Ray Kurzweil is still waiting for a computer to beat the Turing Test
The futurist was not impressed with the most recent Turing Test competition.
Fatdoor wants to fill neighborhoods with drones
Dystopic nightmare idea or Kickstarter campaign? It’s both!
Ringly pairs with your smartphone to screen calls and send notifications
Ringly transforms jewelry into high-tech pagers.
How to use Tinder without Facebook
Swiping right without fielding friend requests from frisky suitors can be fraught with obstacles.
Facebook’s Chat Heads come to desktop
Browser extension lets you bring Facebook’s Chat Heads to your desktop.
Secret introduces ‘Dens’ feature for private group posts
Will the private circles prompt candid sharing… or vicious cyberbullying?
Did someone win $20,000 over a 12-year-old bet a bot could pass the Turing Test?
Kurzweil vs. Kapor remains an ongoing battle.