In Norway, doctors are clinging to older MS DOS-based electronic journals. As a result there’s a system in place that still employs floppy disks—and it works extremely well. But a blog post on Gundersen.net says the Norwegian government might be retiring the floppy disk option as soon as next year.
Not every app of the week is always new–sometimes even updates to apps are deserving enough for some fresh attention. This week there are a few updates to old goodies in the Windows Phone world, Android users can choose to take a step back in time to the days of analog video recording, and iOS has a newbie that lets…
Print is not dead. Actually, it’s e-books that are having a rough time right now. The Association of American Publishers says e-book sales slumped about 10 percent in the first five months of 2015.
Skype has been working to get its service back up and running for many users since about 4 AM Eastern Time.
Up until recently, the London Underground was difficult to navigate because of its beautifully-drawn yet horribly inaccurate map. But there’s a new map in town—actually, the London Underground’s been using a more accurate map for a while now and just not sharing it.
It’s that day of the week again—the day when we post all the new apps worth checking out. This time around we’re highlighting Apple’s Android release (which has seen some major trolling), an app for iOS that’s all about helping you spend less time on your phone, and an alarm for Windows Phone that goes above and…
Even though watchOS 2 got the green light to launch today with iOS 9, that’s not going to happen thanks to a software bug. Apple gave TechCrunch a statement saying the bug was significant enough to put the watchOS update on hold, but that it would be released shortly. iOS 9 is still go to go, though.
AT&T has finally altered the way it handles subscribers with grandfathered unlimited plans on the network. The company is still—technically—throttling them, but now rather than slowing data down at 5GB, AT&T will let unlimited plans’ usage soar to 22GB before applying any brakes.
This week’s favorite apps have you covered for a lot of different scenarios. You need to book a flight for cheap? Check. Or maybe you’ve got some down time and want to watch a bunch of great videos that were picked out by professionals— there’s an app for that. We’ve also got an old favorite that’s being beta tested…
Pandora is 10 years old and to celebrate, it’s holding “Listener Love Day.” Don’t worry, it just sounds creepy—it’s actually only a free pass to try out Pandora without commercials for a day.
The debate over gun control in America has popped up a lot in the past few years, but I never thought it would eventually have this impact. Parents are naming their children after guns. And they’re doing it so frequently that the name Gunner (with the help of Gunnar) even made the Top 200 list for boys.
Android Pay should be rolling soon, but if you can’t wait for soon to get here, there are ways to get the app working on your phone now. Well, kind of...
Welcome to another installment of sweet new apps. In this week’s batch we’ve got an app that takes the concept of live video streaming to the next level, a social app that lets you spout off your opinion as much as you’d like, and more. Without further ado, let’s dig in.
This was well overdue: Hulu is finally joining Netflix and Amazon to offer streaming without ads. But in order to get it, you’ll have to pay $4 extra.
Google just got a custom Sans facelift Tuesday and the font is already popping up all over the Googleplex campus. So naturally, employees are sharing photos of all the updated signs on their Google+ accounts.
Reliable leaker Upleaks posted three images today of Motorola’s new Moto 360 Android Wear lineup, including the newest addition to the family: the Sport.
We’ve all heard the idiom, “don’t judge a book by its cover.” But a new site called PlayJudgey.com encourages users to do just that—and its creators, Nate Gagnon and Dean Casalena, seem to have a moral of their own in mind: buy more books.