- 23 july 2011
Björk's new album Biophilia is an interactive app that immerses listeners in each track with games and musical artifacts.
- 22 july 2011
Grant Achatz, owner of new Chicago restaurant Next, hints that they are planning two new menus: one literary inspired, and another currently titled El Bulli.
World's largest soda distributor has seen an advanced in net income of $2.8 billion, according to Bloomberg.
The Turkish-based site, Kuponomi, is a free trade platform that allows consumers to resell the deal-a-day coupons they've bought but haven't had the chance to use.
Taking a cue from Treehugger, the director of strategy at BSSP encourages consumers to start valuing long-term profit over short-term gain instead of risking the depletion of all of Earth's resources.
Microsoft 'accidentally' leaked its own social network Tulalip, which combines social and search, onto Microsoft-owned Soci.com.
- 20 july 2011
Introduced by the soothing voice of David Attenborough, Björk's new app is key to her ambitious Biophilia album and promises to break new ground in the music world.
The head of the WIndows Phone division, Andy Lees, recently announced that Microsoft plans to create one software ecosystem that will run on all of its mobile phones, PCs and other devices, instead of separate ecosystems for each device.
Qriously, a mobile-ad startup, seeks to make money by posing straightforward queries to consumers and getting instant feedback.
The spirits manufacturer is featuring fans' Facebook 'likes' in a series of events, titled 'Like It Live, Like It Together,' in an effort to transcend the boundary between the online and offline worlds.
- 18 july 2011
The former actor-turned-California-governor is returning to the big screen in a modern-day western. Critics, however, wonder if he'll still have the same spark at 63 years old.
- 18 july 2011
How to manage your love life in the constanly updating world of Twitter. Don't let 140 characters ruin your relationship.