Entries tagged “Technology”

Notion comes to Android 6/9/2018
these look pretty cool 🎧 5/31/2018
Facebook and Google hit with $8.8 billion in lawsuits on day one of GDPR 5/25/2018
@mikedotfm I will miss being able to upload music along side the streaming library, but I guess that is what a Plex server is for 5/17/2018
dell touchpads are hot garbage 5/15/2018
The Best Alternatives to Every Facebook Feature 3/31/2018
Facebook Really Is Spying on You, Just Not Through Your Phone’s Mic - WSJ 3/7/2018
Fitbit will end support for Pebble smartwatches in June 1/25/2018
Ajit Pai can go [TO VIEW REMAINDER OF STATUS UPDATE, YOU MUST UPGRADE TO BLAST! 100MBPS SERVICE. TO ADD THE COMCAST TRIPLE PLAY, PLEASE CLICK 12/14/2017
Baby Boomers love Facebook, so let them have it | The Outline 12/11/2017
Uber’s use of encrypted messaging may set legal precedents 12/4/2017
sent from my red phone 11/29/2017
How Facebook Figures Out Everyone You’ve Ever Met - Gizmodo 11/8/2017
Something is wrong on the internet — James Bridle — Medium 11/7/2017
7 Experiences Every AIM Addict Remembers | ClickHole 10/6/2017
I hope this isn’t Fitbit’s new smartwatch - The Verge 8/10/2017
how will I mark up my screenshots now? 7/24/2017
spending the morning troubleshooting windows XP blue screen of death in the year of our Lord 2017 AD #technology 7/21/2017
we are wading into the philosophical deep end here, and if you try to grab onto me we’ll both drown https://workplace.stackexchange.com/questions/93696/is-it-unethical-for-me-to-not-tell-my-employer-i-ve-automated-my-job 7/5/2017
…well, looks like that’s lunch everybody 6/29/2017
add another $20 to the GoFundMe for Rep. Susan Brooks ???rnhttp://www.theverge.com/2017/3/28/15080436/us-house-votes-to-let-isps-share-web-browsing-history 3/28/2017
Favorite new aspect of Trump’s America: the voice of the resistance and journalistic integrity is Teen Vogue 3/3/2017
Your self-driving car won’t be built by Uber or Google 12/14/2016
Why Delphi and Mobileye think they have the secret sauce for self-driving cars - The Verge 12/1/2016
Fitbit may be preparing to purchase Pebble, existing Pebble products will be phased out 12/1/2016
Securing Your Digital Life Like a Normal Person — Martin Shelton — Medium 11/16/2016
Android N Preview 3 Changes The Screen Unpinning Shortcut, No Longer Throws You Back To Recents Overview 7/3/2016
The ability to pin the screen in #Android is clutch for parents, until you realize their thumb rests right on the button to unpin 6/12/2016
Crypto and You 3/14/2016
Lol #tech 3/2/2016
Makes sense, like how they force safe manufacturers to build a skeleton key hole into their product 2/17/2016
Open source cars 10/20/2015
.@dangillmor so because the billion-dollar co. wouldn’t license tech from the university that created it, they are being patent-trolled? 10/16/2015
This is pretty cool, but I keep thinking about the Terminator saying “my CPU is a neural network, a learning computer” 10/8/2015
‘A positivity app’ implies you can only rate people 5 stars. Then what is the point? 10/1/2015
Ad-block-alypse 9/30/2015
Mossberg: It’s time to free the smartphone 9/16/2015
Apple releases Shutters, my favorite Android launcher feature @chrismlacy 9/9/2015
Almost None of the Women in the Ashley Madison Database Ever Used the Site 8/27/2015
Engineering Students at Purdue Can Take a Class In Hyperloop Design This Fall 8/27/2015
How I Gave Up Alternating Current 8/4/2015
What is Code? 6/11/2015
navigates to The Verge front page, ctrl+F “apple” More than 100 matches. Must be a Tuesday. #wwdc 6/9/2015
The Elusive Private Cloud 6/5/2015
No one is allowed to own things anymore. 4/24/2015
Samsung Galaxy S6 Review! - YouTube 4/22/2015
I can finally pay for GOT, in the most roundabout way possible http://www.theverge.com/2015/4/9/8376509/hbo-sling-tv-now-available 4/9/2015
Work email 1/27/2015
Mashable: I drove the streets of Las Vegas in a self-driving Audi 1/8/2015
Glad I could help lol 10/30/2014
The Internet as a Megaphone 10/30/2014
The MS Office Conundrum 10/13/2014
The Indie Web 10/9/2014
The Tech Singularity is Upon Us 9/9/2014
Cable cutting and the World Cup 6/16/2014
HTC One (M8) Flash Review 6/5/2014
Productivity in the Age of Angry Flapping Birds 5/14/2014
To Jump or not to Jump 4/30/2014
Planet Facebook 3/27/2014
Link Bubble 3/21/2014
Planning stings and getting stung 3/4/2014
Streaming Music Throwdown 2/13/2014
Even in secret… 1/29/2014
LG G2 Flash Review 11/15/2013
In Beta #74 11/14/2013
Music for the masses 11/12/2013
Phablet Couture, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Touchwiz 10/31/2013
‘Virtuous’ circles of software 10/24/2013
Screenshot of despair 9/4/2013
Black and blue screen 8/26/2013
XKCD: Preferred Chat System 8/23/2013
XKCD: Council of 300 6/12/2013
The trouble with mobile 6/5/2013
M. Wunsch: The Great Google Goat Rodeo 5/18/2013
The Verge: Offline 5/2/2013
Off the beaten Path 5/2/2013
Facebook Break, Part 2 4/5/2013
Digital Rights Management 3/8/2013
…then what are the lists for? 3/5/2013
Facebook Break 3/2/2013
How to Share Online 2/26/2013
thisistheverge: After reaching Twitter token limit, Falcon Pro now priced at $132 to dissuade new downloads 2/26/2013
Driving (and) Innovation 2/20/2013
Privacy 2/18/2013
The Master List 2/12/2013
The Master List Tracker, Feb. 2013 2/12/2013
Smarter Sharing: Feedly connects with Buffer 2/8/2013
Phones 2/5/2013
Path 2/4/2013
Modern privacy 1/28/2013