Lost your phone? Search ‘Find my phone’ on Google, and you’ll find it in a jiffy

Google's come up with another way to help you find your lost Android phone. All you have to do is search for "Find my phone," and Google will show you a map of your device's location, and options to call, lock, or wipe your phone.
Social Media

Twitter redesigns its homepage in bid to snag new users

Twitter's introducing a new homepage for the desktop that it hopes will persuade more people to join the microblogging service. While the old page acted simply as a place to login, the new one features lots of real-time Twitter content for…
Health & Fitness

NBA connects international fans with legends and superstars via live Q&A

The NBA will show their fan appreciation for the millions who followed the 2014-2015 regular season with 20 different live Q&A sessions on social media with more than 20 NBA players and legends.

Artists demand that the NYPD return Edward Snowden bust in a letter from their lawyer

A group of unknown artists placed a bronze bust of NSA leaker Edward Snowden in a Brooklyn park. It was later removed by park officials and the NYPD are investigating who made it. The artists are now demand its return.
Health & Fitness

Apple will let you participate in medical trials with ResearchKit

Apple is going to allow iPhone owners to participate in medical studies with a new software kit called ResearchKit.

Hackers are giving police departments a hard time with ransomware

According to a recent report, hackers have succeeded in carving out a niche targeting police departments with ransomware, which basically holds your system hostage until you pay a specified sum of money.
Cool Tech

Sick of your job? Pymetrics lets you play games to find your next career

Play a few games for about half an hour on Pymetrics’ website and the company’s algorithms will gauge your innate personal characteristics such as attention or motivation—and tell you what career you’re best suited for.

Ikea wants to host your wedding – online

Ikea has launched a new service that lets you tie the knot in a virtual setting, with friends and family from around the world invited to attend your special day. No, we're not making it up.

Royalties killed the radio star? A new bill aims to charge radio stations music royalties

Lawmakers and several musicians introduced the Fair Play Fair Pay Act, which would prevent radio stations from not paying musicians royalty fees. College radio stations and radio stations with revenues below $1 million would pay a flat…
Movies & TV

Chris Hansen may revive To Catch a Predator using Kickstarter

Likely to change due the vast differences in online communication compared to seven years ago, Chris Hansen's To Catch a Predator reboot will have to adapt to a Snapchat-world if the Kickstarter campaign is a success.

YouTube live-streaming sets from Coachella, catch the acts here

YouTube is now live-streaming sets from this weekend's Coachella shindig in Indio, California. Music fans around the world can catch big-name bands across three live channels for free – not bad for an event that costs $375 a…

VueVoyage uses photography to pick world’s best travel destinations

When it comes to virtual travel, it's all about the photography. VueVoyage is a travel-focused social network that curates the world's best destinations based on photos.