To promote its summer reading program, the Seattle Public Library did what any enterprising library would do: take a bunch of old books, set them up like dominoes and knock them over.
Feedly announces Feedly Cloud, an open API and a simple transfer process for Google Reader refugees.
This man shows us all how to fold a short-sleeve shirt in less than two seconds. Any short-sleeve shirt. He is a witch from the future.
There’s a Facebook event this Thursday – our own Harry McCracken will be there covering it – but TechCrunch thinks it might already know what’s going to be announced.
PCMag has published the results from its annual test of mobile data speeds, covering 30 cities around the country.
Another year, another E3 behind us — check out these highlights from the show floor and beyond.
Now you can relive the thrill of the time you went from your house to a coffee shop to your job to a sandwich place to the grocery store to your house to a friend’s house…
Let’s all thank Niels for taking the time to cobble together this image, which shows what the current iOS icons look like compared to the new icons in iOS 7.
Google Glass consists of a titanium frame, some plastic housing, and some parts consistent with what you’d find in many smartphones. There are a few exceptions, however.
If you’re a Comcast subscriber, you’ll soon be able to turn your home into a part of Comcast’s network of Wi-Fi hotspots. And it won’t cost you a dime extra.
TIME Tech’s Harry McCracken and Doug Aamoth talk about the software, products and services unveiled at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference keynote.