People seem to be most excited about what Glass will mean for education, medicine, communicating, gaming and getting around. Here are ten legitimate, non-creepy ideas from the #ifihadglass campaign.
xoJane founder Jane Pratt has been working in the publishing industry throughout its most transformational period. We talked to her about the transition from print to pixels.
Memolane. Everyblock. Google Health. As the Web matures, we’re going to lose some useful (if unpopular) apps and services along the way. A sober reminder that it’s not our Internet, even when it feels like it is.
Reports about Apple censoring profane iCloud emails appear to be false. Trust me, I just email myself some truly horrendous things to test the claims.
The music streaming space is crowded, but if anybody can mount a serious challenge to Spotify and Rdio, it’s Google. Here’s why.
As content becomes an increasingly important part of Google’s business, the company is cracking down on piracy in subtle but significant ways. The changes aren’t as drastic as the recording industry and Hollywood want, but they’re getting more serious. Here are four notable changes.
Apple’s new smartwatch patent is just the latest evidence that Cupertino plans to move into wearable computing via our wrists, rather than starting with something more intrusive like glasses, as Google is doing.
As TV is upended by the Internet, so is the way Nielsen tracks it. Why the new ratings system is a good thing for TV’s future.
The iPad isn’t just for content consumption anymore. Here’s our roundup of the top five best photo-editing apps for Apple’s tablet.
Warning: Most of these games will turn you into a mush-headed zombie.
Downloading 3D images to print on your shiny new MakerBot printer will soon be as easy as torrenting The Hurt Locker. That will spark yet another round of vicious copyright battles.
ReadWrite put together this handy chart of how easy it is for users to repair and modify popular smartphones and tablets.
The future may rely less on the kinds of gadgets we lust after today, but nonetheless be more connected than ever. The network will just be woven into our lives more seamlessly.
As our computers get more portable, they’re also getting much harder to expand, repair and tinker with.
The ever-more-interactive State of the Union (SOTU) address is best experienced online, where the speech will be accompanied by more context and conversation than in any other medium. The ReadWrite guide to tuning in the new-fashioned way.
Despite the smart algorithms of sites like Match.com, OKCupid and JDate, online dating is still a weird and imperfect experience. How one woman reverse engineered dating sites to meet her husband.
Cydia has thousands of tools and tweaks available and developers are always hard at work coding the next experimental feature.
Frustrated by its own inability to make money off the hyperlocal news startup, NBC News shut the doors on Everyblock today. Why their failure happened is an opportunity for the next Adrian Holovaty.
The Rackspace Startup Liaison, blogger and hyper-geeky tech evangelist talked to ReadWrite about the eight apps he uses every day and can’t live without.
It’s great that iOS works the way it does out of the box, but annoying that power users can’t dig into the settings and start tinkering with things in ways that we’ve been able to do for decades on PCs.