Advertisements bombard us at every corner, but what if billboards were tailored to who was driving by? It hasn’t happened yet, but General Motors is considering developing that technology through its OnStar service.
Imagine a world where you’re driving and the billboard ads you pass are made specifically to you. Like coffee? An ad [...]
Prezi, a cloud-based presentation software, is an alternative to the PowerPoint presentation. It helps you create visually engaging presentations using a single zoomable canvas. Instead of separating your ideas into different slides, you can instead add them to one space.
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Google co-founder and CEO Larry Page appeared on “Charlie Rose” Monday, and it was obvious something has been bothering him: Facebook.
After announcing his excitement over Chrome becoming the most used web browser in the world, Page spoke about the challenge of working with Facebook. According to Page, while Google has been [...]
It’s hard to overstate the impact of digital photography. Over the last two decades, virtually every aspect of how we take, keep and share photos has been transformed. But despite the explosive innovation around digital picture-taking, the end result has actually changed very little. A photo is still a photo. And a poorly focused [...]
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Cash, coins and credit cards are so Twentieth Century.
At least, that’s the opinion of the electronics manufacturers, phone companies, banks and credit card issuers that expect cellphones to be the main way consumers pay for purchases in the not-so-distant future.
The trouble is, that vision-of-tomorrow is somewhat blurry, as [...]
When I went through security at the Las Vegas airport last week, you could have knocked me over with a feather. The Transportation Security Administration guy told me not to take off my coat, my shoes, my belt, my watch. “Huh?” I said. I reached down to pull my laptop out of my bag. [...]
When her father became ill just before Christmas last year, Dr. Socorrito Baez-Page faced an increasingly common conundrum. Her aging parents wanted to stay in their town house, but her mother couldn’t handle the caregiving alone.
So Dr. Baez-Page, a general practitioner in Alexandria, Va., moved her parents into her home, converting the dining [...]
Video games at bars are nothing new — you can find the occasional trivia game sitting on a bar counter, and arcade games have been in bars for years. But you’ve probably never seen a bar game quite like this: Sega has begun to sell a urinal-mounted video game unit called Toylet in Japan.