Now that Bill Gates will look to focus on open agricultural data, let’s revisit his dedication to the eco-friendly toilet.
Vogue and Wired are taking cues from Glamour and GQ, launching new online video channels packed with original content this month.
These sleek, pocket-sized tech gadgets create harmony for beginner producers or veterans.
Today’s sports enthusiasts are using smartphones to stay in touch with stats, live games, fantasy teams and even using cell phones to place bet.
Twitter announced its interesting new music app today, Twitter #Music, which is now available to the entire world.
When it comes to social media posts, sometimes our brain-to-finger filters simply don’t work so well.
First Youtube, then iTunes, now Prince is against Twitter Vines, claiming that the six-second moving image clips violate copyright.
Nicki Minaj has teamed up with Beats Electronics to launch a special pink edition of the company’s Pill™ portable wireless Bluetooth® speaker device.
Alicia Keys’ Set the World on Fire tour has gone completely social, now enlisting Tumblr users to document every stop.
On April 2, Black Creatives and NBCUniversal’s Black Professional Alliance will host “Personal Social Branding for Professional Growth.”
These 5 powerful mobile devices can keep up with even the most intensive apps and programs you have to run.
Empowering street style lovers with a growing social community, Swaag is a new app that lets you share and connect with others who appreciate the curation of unique fashion.
Some of the top mobile phone killers are, incidentally, seemingly non-threatening objects.
Google’s Image Search redesign causes outrage with website publishers, but it’s here to stay.
The prediction that “most of Africa will be using smartphones in five years” is quickly becoming reality, with Intel’s new Yolo and a smartphone partnership between Microsoft and Huawei.
4G is improving they way we use apps for banking, flashlights, scrabble, tracking your tax returns, and more; oh so much more.
All out of better ideas, BlackBerry is hoping that celebrity partnerships may dig the brand out of the “red-headed step-child of smartphones” category, enlisting Alicia Keys as the company’s new Global Creative Director.
The dramatic artwork of South Korean artist Minjae Lee is now available in a series of stunning laptop sleeves.
VH1 will now offer its own music platform for fans to discover a range of musical genres as artists showcase their tunes on Artists.VH1, which will give new artists an opportunity to showcase their talent across VH1’s multiple brands, channels and shows, and will also allow major name artists to have a spot on the digital platform.
Janelle Monáe has managed to have a pretty exciting year so far. Following her appearance on fun.’s debut hit single “We Are Young,” becoming the new face of CoverGIrl, and prepping her new album, she has signed an endorsement deal with Sonos Electronics.