What if you could download an app that instantly makes you feel a bit smarter, without having to take a quiz or turn in homework?
Bored? Got a phone? To cure any lingering ennui, download StumbleUpon’s app. It taps into random, interesting Internet content on the go for a constant stream of the weird and wonderful, right to your phone screen.
Need to find a doctor that’ll take your insurance? ZocDoc helps you book appointments quickly and easily.
You can throw out that Rolodex now: CardMunch helps store and organize contact information from business cards quickly and easily.
Chirp, an app that lets users share data over short distances with a birdsong, is proving to be charming or a lot of noise, depending on its usage.
We are a nation of lurkers, but we may have to start coming out of the shadows soon, whether we like it or not.
MIT’s smart car system uses technology to avoid collisions, but while it’s a lot smarter than Google’s driverless cars, it could still end up creating bad drivers.
XE Currency tells international business types just how much dough they’re rolling in, whether in dollars, pounds, euros, or even precious metals.
Who needs “Angry Birds” when you can get “Pong” on your smartphone now?
A robot shopping buddy demonstrates how mechanical helpers are replacing real-life humans in a number of different markets and may change the way sales floors work.