Your home is only as safe as your neighborhood, and no one understands this better than Ring. To continue on its mission of enhancing safety for everyone, the company today launched the Neighbors app on both iOS and Android.
Currently active in 14 cities across the United States, Seated encourages local foodies to explore their neighborhood culinary gems with $10 to $50 in rewards from brands like Amazon, Lyft, and Starbucks.
On Thursday, April 12, transportation giant Uber announced "several new improvements to double down on safety" in the app, including a plan to improve its screening process for drivers and a new adviser.
Streem uses augmented reality to “beam” a home professional to your house via an app. The professional can then take measurements, identify appliances, and give you estimates on how much a job will cost.
Folks with Android smartphones enabled with ARCore will be able to leverage augmented reality technology in order to help (re)design their homes. It's all thanks to a new AR feature called "View in Your Space," courtesy of Lowe's.
You can replace your old video camera with a new app that promises to bring home movies to the latest generation of parents. Meet Air, a family camcorder app that lets you capture unlimited HD video from your phone.
Skype is one of the most popular ways to chat online, but you may have never used it before. In just a few minutes, we'll have you text chatting, voice or video calling friends and family anywhere in the world.
If Snapchat is over, what's new and happening? Hoping to fill the void is Like, a short video app with some of the most advanced technology in its category. Like has proven its popularity by attracting more than 25 million users.
German supplier Bosch predicts the ridesharing industry will experience double-digit growth in the coming years. It just dived into the sector by buying Splitting Fares, a Detroit-based start-up that helps co-workers carpool.