The undergarments vibrate whenever your partner, using a smartphone app, decides you need some "attention" -- giving a new definition to "phone sex."
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I'm still pretty amazed that, as I go about my mundane daily routine, there will be two men performing a spacewalk from a football field-sized space station, which is getting livestreamed via Ustream today.
Several thousand Tesla owners have now purchased their cars by ordering and paying for them online after visiting a Tesla Store showroom. And national auto-dealer groups don't like it one bit.
Guest Post In recent weeks there has been substantial debate about fraud in the advertising industry. Of course, these conversations aren’t new. Click fraud lawsuits have been a near constant for almost a decade.
While it might be extremely amusing to loan your brand spankin' new Google Glass eyewear to Grandma for the entire day, it's ill advised by Google.
Pocket, the service formerly known as Read It Later, completely overhauls how you share things across all its platforms.
Just weeks after officially revealing that Google Fiber would expand into Austin, Texas, Google is announcing its third Fiber city -- Provo, Utah.
My capacity for patience is quite low when it comes to waiting on my smartphone or tablet to charge. And I doubt I'm the only one.
Medium, the publishing platform startup founded by Twitter co-founder Ev Williams, has purchased long-form journalism project Matter, the companies announced today.
Guest Post Providing the right information and regular support for patients is something the health care system will never, ever be able to do on its own. A big part of the solution will come from startups like us, but probably not from the likes of Facebook. Here’s why:
It's too early to declare whether iconic tech company Yahoo is in full turnaround mode, but the company first quarter 2013 earnings certainly show it's headed in the right direction.
Google has forged an agreement to bring premium TV channels HBO and Cinemax to its Google Fiber TV customers, the company announced today.
Crowdfunding payment service Flattr is no longer welcome when it comes to Twitter, the startup announced this morning.
If a rumored music service wasn't enough to push Twitter into the territory media, now the company might be trying to get TV content playing through the service.
Waywire, the hyped video site co-founded by Newark mayor Cory Booker, has released a new version of the service today that borrows plenty of design cues from Pinterest and adds some new functionality.
Years ago you could just connect a coaxial cable to your television for access to a ton of cable channels, which eventually was disabled after cable providers decided to start encrypting the bulk of those channels. And now, they're all going to get encrypted.
Aside from its Wayback Machine that gives you a peek at websites from years pasts and its archive of broadcast news content, the Internet Archive is also home to a bevy of old software through its Software Museum.
YouTube is known for doing quirky things, such as adding a rainbow loading bar to the original Nyan Cat video or making its website do the Harlem Shake. So its latest gimmick isn't a huge surprise.
Guest Post So, what will tax filing be like five years from now if technologies continue to advance and consumers demand better tax policies and better software solutions? Will this process be easier or the same? Lets take a look:
Editor's Pick The team behind Turntable debuted a new smart radio service called Piki that offers yet another spin on music discovery.