When we shop, Grace and I almost always come across one technological blast from the past. It comes with the generational territory: in our short lives, we’ve witnessed the rise and fall of Betamax, VHS, the landline phone, pay phones, 1-800-COLLECT, phone cards, free nights and weekends, flip phones, CDs, cassette tapes, pagers, Walkman units, MP3 players and Must-See TV…just to name a few. 493 more words
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Timehop isn’t afraid of calling Facebook out on their, let’s say, “Timehop-inspired” new feature called “On This Day.”
Timehop is an app that allows users to look back on their embarrassing tweets, statuses and pictures from years past. 32 more words
When HTC announced the RE camera, an inhaler-shaped device that lacks a viewfinder of its own, it seemed like great fodder for an April Fools joke. 69 more words
Did those rumors of Microsoft investing in professional ROM developer Cyanogen spook you, Android purist? Then you might want to skip flashing today’s nightly build for your Nexus 6. 59 more words
While Motorola’s selfie stick might be made up, Moto isn’t kidding around when it comes to saving money on the Moto X (2014). Today only, you can get $140 off the unlocked handset through the Moto Maker. 11 more words
LONDON — The tragic events of 9/11 will be revisited in a new opera opening this month in London.
Between Worlds by English composer Tansy Davies tells the story of six people trapped high up in the World Trade Center. 37 more words
LONDON — Meet David and Kathleen Long from Scunthorpe.
In 2013, the couple won £1 million ($1.5 million) in the EuroMillions lottery. Then, on Friday, they won another £1 million ($1.5 million) in another EuroMillions lottery… 36 more words