DirecTV and Verizon mobile customers now have access to tons of football, live on their phones. But appifying the NFL could lead to even cooler ways to capture fans on the go.
Hermione Way, sorta star of Bravo’s ‘Start-Ups: Silicon Valley’, has released Vibease, and our culture will never be the same. This is an iPhone moment, people.
Recent news of a wannabe board game designer fleecing thousands of potential customers out of 122 thousand dollars has nothing to do with Spike Lee’s highly publicized current Kickstarter campaign… does it?
Now that drones are appearing everywhere from battlefields to your door step (looking at you, Dominos!), it’s time to decide: what part of this is the worst part?
Who says we’re a litigious society? Just because a Tennessee man can sue Apple for exposing him to internet porn doesn’t mean our judicial system is … oh, wait. Yes it does.
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed is reportedly passing his time in captivity … get this … by designing a vacuum cleaner. Am I honestly the only one who can see how this comic book-esque story ends?
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales and the late activist Aaron Swartz are members of the second-ever class of Internet Hall of Fame inductees, but isn’t it a little early to be considering this stuff?
Not to worry, cord-cutting and work-bound sports fans. The one tennis tournament of the year that you’re vaguely interested in can be watched online for free.
Instagram’s announcement that they’re copying Vine, a service that pretty much copied Instagram, does not bode well for the creative well being of the tech sector.
Yahoo has signed a 10-year deal giving it exclusive rights to online digital content from the team’s techie new home, Levi’s stadium.
Amazon’s new Storyteller tool turns scripts into visual storyboards, and in the process, generates both ideas and feedback for the disruptive new content-production house.
Despite its longstanding aversion to enabling its officials with technology, FIFA rolled out a camera system this weekend in Brazil that may become the standard for next year’s World Cup.
Nick LeGrande, a baseball-obsessed 13-year-old who can no longer play due to illness, threw out the first pitch at an Oakland A’s game with the help of Google Fiber.
Miami Heat versus San Antonio Spurs might be one of the more compelling NBA Finals in a while, but it can’t hold a candle to the cutthroat competition amongst the league’s finest Tweeters and selfie artists.
Shazam, which last claimed to have successfully predicted Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used To Know” would be the summer’s number one hit, is at it again and calling for Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky.” Are they onto something or just … lucky?