It's time to lay some ground rules for future users of social media so that they can surf without falling victim to it.
Gym-Pact is a start-up that works in collaboration with fitness centers in Boston to provide monetary disincentives for skipping the gym.
At the end of each week, PSFK curates the last seven days’ top content to give you a digest of everything that is trending both on and offline right now.
Facebook is launching it's new feature to give you more privacy---the right to reject or accept a photo tag before it goes live.
LinkedIn recently introduced a new form of advertising where it places users' photos in product endorsement ads without their permission.
An innovative concept case created by a graduate student from the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design helps monitor the healing progress of its user.
A survey finds sales of apps generates less revenue than users spending within the app.
Google Chrome's 22% hold on internet browsers shows that its popularity is creeping up to Internet Explorer's #1 spot in the UK.
Users are in control, again. The hacker culture that dominated the Internet in the 90s (pre-AOL and Compuserve) is now returning. Top-down, corporate-owned platforms simply can't keep up with the pace of innovation set by scrappy, digitally-native startups.