Google Wallet, the web giant’s mobile payment system, launched yesterday on Sprint Nexus S 4G phones.
Locked with a pin
Today it was confirmed that the Wrigley Building has been purchased in a joint venture that includes investor Byron Trott
DotLoop was an idea born of frustration – a frustration that millions of people, including co-founder Austin Allison, have
Virtual worlds are nothing new. Second Life blazed the trail and opened up people's eyes to the various uses of a virtual
As a newly formed "health nut," I understand that creating a healthy lifestyle requires more than willpower to be
Last Friday, San Francisco-based startup Holler quietly launched into the iTunes app store. We've been following the Holler
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Who uses the Notes app that comes native to the iPhone and iPad?
I keep shopping lists on it, jot down books I
Bored on the Metro during rush hour, sitting around at the dentist, or while waiting to meet a friend? Here’s a fun
Google announced earlier today it has acquired ratings company Zagat.
Zagat will be a cornerstone of our local offering -
I wish SpotHero had been around when I lived in Boston. This Chicago-based startup lets you reserve a parking spot by
There was an early report from AllThingsD that Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz was fired and would be replaced in the interim by Tim
BootHK is a coworking space for tech startups located in the Wan Chai district of Hong Kong. To get there, you head up to
On a recent visit to Dogabah, I had the good fortune to sit down with well-known business coach, galactic rebel and Jedi
Foodily, the self-described “most advanced recipe search engine in the world,” just announced their Facebook page to
Starting next week, my Tech Cocktail posts will have a more Eastern bent. After quitting my day job, packing my life into a
Today news has come that TechCrunch founder and editor Michael Arrington is leaving TechCrunch and Aol, the company that it
With the trend of people increasingly using their credit/debit cards and the growing options of mobile payments, our
Kids are expensive. Food, clothes, toys, books, education, activities – it adds up quickly. As a parent, going out to
As a Google mail user, I used to love the way you could leverage Google Gears to access your email offline so you could plow
Samsung Mobile announced today that the Galaxy S II smartphone will be available with three US carriers, AT&T, Sprint