Google Street View features some pretty cool things. But it’s also ripe for pranksters who get wind of a Google Street View car in the area. Two mechanics from Edinburgh, Scotland, staged a fake murder, with one chap posing over a motionless body while wielding a pick axe.
Box announced today that its Notes service has emerged from beta and will roll out to all users by early June. Once the feature has been added to your account, a Notes button should appear in your dashboard.
At TechCrunch‘s Disrupt NY conference, Grace Choi, founder of Mink, presented a desktop printer that will change the way we buy makeup. “The makeup industry makes a whole lot of money on a whole lot of bullshit,” said Choi at the start of her presentation.
Prennially popular GPS fitness-tracking app RunKeeper has offered training plans for a while already, but with an update rolling out today for its iPhone app, the company is introducing a new feature that aggregates data from across the platform to personalize training plans and goals.
Google today announced a new Chrome experiment in partnership with LEGO: Build with Chrome. In short, you can use your mouse or touchscreen to build something out of the colorful bricks directly in your Web browser, share them on Google+, and explore what others have already built.
How Does Someone Become A Workaholic? Think of the movies that feature a lonely computer programmer, coding non-stop day and night. The character is familiar. But can computers themselves stimulate workaholism?
It looks like LinkedIn will soon make a concrete move into China as it revealed today that it has appointed Derek Shen, the founder and former CEO of Chinese Groupon-like group-buying site Nuomi, as the president of LinkedIn China.
If a graphic designer designs a mock-up of a web-site they are still a graphic-designer and not a web-designer (at least when they are designing the website in photoshop, illustrator, gimp, or ms-paint). Not saying that web-designers don’t ever use photoshop to design web-sites