This mobile application uses sensor fusion, augmented reality, and reality capturing technology to let your mobile device draw a floor plan for you.
Spelling more bad news for BlackBerry, The Mall of America has picked Nokia’s Lumia 920 as its phone of choice.
Home Depot is pulling nearly 10,000 Blackberry phones from its incentive plans for executives today and replacing them with iPhones.
A simple Swingline stapler from the office supply chain Staples could cost you either $15.79 or $14.29, depending on where you live.
It’s hardly a secret that Americans not only consume massive amounts of food everywhere but also throw massive amounts away. Fortunately, a scrappy startup called EcoScraps is doing its part to remedy one of these problems. The company announced today that it has raised $1.5 million in its first round of funding, which will enable the team to expand operations into more stores and regions across the United States.
Guest Post PayPal is set to announce a major new payments service tomorrow. According to a GigaOm report, it plans to introduce a dongle that will compete with Square and Intuit’s GoPayment product.
Google Maps for Android has just launched a new update that tackles some of the toughest navigation challenges around: the interior world.