Samsung Galaxy S5 Review

Samsung Galaxy S5

I've been using the Samsung Galaxy S4 as my main mobile device for just about a year now (it launched in March 2013 and was made publically available in April 2013) and I like it – but to be as honest as possible, I don't love it. My main issues with the S4 have to do with the camera, battery ...

A 3D-Printed Ultrasound Cast That Looks Awesome and Heals You Faster

3D Cast

Old-fashioned casts are nasty, a festering stinksleeves that you wear like a medieval torture device for what seems like ...

Beats Bites the Bullet, and Starts Selling Subscriptions From Apple’s App

Beats Music

Apple has a crazily powerful digital store, used by hundreds of millions of customers. But if you want to sell something there it ...

Nike Fires Majority of FuelBand Team, Will Stop Making Wearable Hardware

NikeFuel

Nike is gearing up to shutter its wearable-hardware efforts, and the sportswear company this week fired the majority of the team ...

How to Sign Up for Two-Step Verification on 11 Major Sites

Two Step Verification

The “Heartbleed” bug, an encryption flaw that could expose usernames and passwords stored on about two-thirds of Internet ...

Flickr Re-Designs Mobile App, Squares Off With Instagram

Flickr

Since Marissa Mayer took over at Yahoo, she has made a steady push to rebuild the photo-sharing community at Flickr by overhauling ...

Why Social TV Has the Power to Change the Media World as We Know It

Social TV is poised to become one of the most important global forces in advertising over the next 10 years because of its ability ...

BOGO Personal Branding

I provided coaching for job search and personal branding last week to a very experienced executive in a small, contracting and ...

Minor Tech Makeovers: Cheap Tricks to Make You Think You Own a New Gadget

Spring is great for a lot of reasons. I can finally sit next to an open window without shivering. (I’ve found through VERY ...

Exercise Your Brain by Playing Video Games

Mamma Mia! Last year, scientists in Berlin found that playing Super Mario 64 for 30 minutes a day increased gray matter in the ...

24 LinkedIn “Endorsements” Way Better Than the Ones We Use Now

Skills gap? What skills gap? That’s the contention from Paul Krugman, columnist for The New York Times. Krugman rejects the ...