When it comes to getting a great deal on travel, there are numerous online sites to choose from. Two of the most popular, Hipmunk and Kayak, are going head to head when it comes to features and customer service. Whether someone wants to plan a full trip in minutes or get some suggestions on activities,… Continue reading Hipmunk Vs. Kayak: which company helps customers the most
MeetUp.com has changed a lot since it was originally founded in 2001. The website that heralds itself as a place where it is “easy for anyone to organize a local group or find one of the thousands already meeting up face-to-face” came under fire—not for the first time—last year after its re-launch included layout and… Continue reading Tired of MeetUp? Check this out!
We’ve all been in the same powerless position at some point in our lives, staring at the Facebook privacy settings tab and having no idea how exactly everything works or who will be able to access your profile and see your information. All of the greatest privacy settings in the world are out the window… Continue reading Beware of social media peeping toms
Social media is proving to be a gold mine for professionals in the area of marketing and public relations. Marketing career data suggests that more demographic information is available through online means than ever before, and many applications allow information to be quickly analyzed for business purposes. This growth in the amount of marketing work… Continue reading Social Media is big business for colleges
BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) is quickly becoming the new norm in business. In fact, 75% of all businesses already allow their employees to connect their personal devices to their business network, and while this accounts for many happy workers, it can also make things complicated. The milestone of 15 billion network connected devices is… Continue reading BYOD: The truth about telecom expense management
As populations grow and continue to migrate into cities, transportation has become an issue within congested cities. Less than half of the inhabitants of New York City, for example, even own a car. It just doesn’t make sense to own one when the distances traveled is short while traffic and parking are impossible. The folks… Continue reading Folding car could make intra-city travel easier, cleaner
Once upon a time we’d take fast fairground rides to get a sense of it, nowadays we can actually, you know, just do it: head off into the wide blue yonder of zero gravity sensation. Sensation seekers these days have this new option on their itinerary, for when those picnics and beach holidays get a… Continue reading Would You Take A Zero-G Holiday?
[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/11086952[/vimeo] No self-respecting Internet user can possibly have missed the many and varied Hitler parodies based on scenes from Constantin Films’ 2004 film, Der Untergang (“Downfall”). They’ve been everywhere, with one particularly hilarious example depicting the defeated German leader’s reaction on hearing the iPod touch lacks a camera. Now they’re gone. YouTube has begun removing… Continue reading YouTube Kills Our Hitler Parodies
We love to use, look at and read about technology, and we also get excited at interesting, innovative and just downright unique ways of using old tech – so take a look at Neatorama’s Recycled Keyboard Clutch bag ($37.95), made out of (you guessed it) old keyboards. This eco-friendly attempt at creating the perfect clutch… Continue reading Your Keyboard Or Your Clutch Bag, Madam?