Twitter needs searchable GIFs for fun and profit
Its best idea for users could also mean big money.
Recommended Reading: High-tech sports stadiums of the future
The best long-form writing on technology and more in print and on the web.
ICYMI: VR yourself into a robot, plasma physics and more
Probably the first step into becoming a cyborg.
The Public Access Weekly: Let me see your Super Bowl
In between finalizing all those Superbowl Sunday plans, why don't you sit down and join us for another Public Access Weekly?
Ohlala's 'paid dates' app debuts in New York City
It's launching just in time for the most romantic day of the year.
GoPro and Microsoft ink patent licensing deal
But the details remain confidential.
Cops nab man for crashing a drone into the Empire State building
He made his arrest easy by asking for his drone back.
Twitter's Facebook-style timeline could arrive next week
Buzzfeed claims Twitter will launch an algorithmically-sorted feed very soon.
Verizon's video service sidesteps Verizon's bandwidth caps
The company once again proves how little it cares about net neutrality.
Get the most out of your next vacation with these 12 apps
A guest post from our Public Access community
The first Ultra HD Blu-ray players are already on sale
If you have a 4K TV, $399 and live in SoCal then it may be time to upgrade.
Google is exploring wireless charging for self-driving cars
IEEE Spectrum found two FCC filings about Google's foray into resonant magnetic induction.
Tinder bans users for sending pro-Bernie Sanders messages
Do you feel the Bern now?
Apple says the iPhone-breaking Error 53 is a security measure
But that probably won't make anyone feel better.
Obama proposes oil tax to fund clean transportation
The $10 per barrel tax would fund greener mass transit and research.
Report: Facebook is deleting medical marijuana pages
This comes despite the businesses being legal in their respective states.
Google to push anti-ISIS ads in extremist search results
Search queries related to Islamic extremism might result in counter narrative advertising.
'Star Wars' VFX Oscar nominees on making 'The Force Awakens'
America is angry about Europe's tax investigations
Google will pay the UK $185 million in back taxes
Apple fined $347 million for Italian tax... irregularities
US tech companies have stashed over $420 billion overseas
Google to kill News service in Spain due to new law
Spain is making Google (and others) pay news publishers a tax
Intel Compute Stick review (2016): Second time's the charm
Unlike the original, the second-gen Compute Stick is something you'd actually want to use.
Tag Heuer Connected review: $1,500 for a smartwatch?
An insane amount of money for a fairly average device.
Bragi Dash review: The smartest earbuds on the planet
Bleeding edge comes at a price, though.