One of the most dynamic roles in the world of web today is that of the front-end developer. Always keeping up with design and code trends, it is the front-end specialist who keeps a website’s experience on the cutting edge.
Say hello to Ultimate75th.com and goodbye to your work day. It’s going to take a superhero-like effort to avoid spending the rest of the day browsing through this website celebrating 75 years of Marvel-ousness.
Instagram may be among the most widely adopted imaging social networks, but there’s a limitation to the app’s presentation, especially if you often move back and forth between mobile devices and a desktop or laptop computer.
What happens when a band gets its hands on six iPhones, four iPads, one iPod and three MacBooks? Ukrainian musicians Brunettes Shoot Blondes used their collection of Apple hardware to tell a story about an adorable big-eared creature jumping around the screens to catch up with a girl who doesn’t seem to be very fond of him - at first, at least.
Like a sommelier appreciates a fine wine, nose to glass, graphic designer Kate McLean appreciates a pungent street odor. Garlic, fresh laundry, cigarettes, malt: Nothing escapes the sensory maps she creates, charting cities in all their smelly glory.
Jawbone, the company behind the UP activity-tracking wearable, is opening its platform to rival services. The company told Reuters that UP users can now import data from a range of devices that includes the iPhone, Fitbit, and Android Wear devices.
YouTube is strongly rumored to be launching a subscription-based music service soon, but the Google-owned video site has quietly introduced a new (and far lower-key) payment service that lets viewers send donations to YouTube channel owners.
Decluttering your Gmail inbox just got a lot easier. Google announced it would move the unsubscribe button to the top of messages in Gmail to make it easier to unsubscribe from newsletters, social media notifications and other promotional emails.
Beats by Dre–those bright, clunky earphones marked with the coveted lowercase b–enjoy the sexy status once held by the Apple AAPL +0.22%’s white earbuds of the early iPod era. So much so that Apple’s Tim Cook plunked down $3 billion to buy the brand.
A 21st Century Cooler? It’s about time! Regular coolers are boring, break easily and are a hassle to haul around just to carry the ice. The COOLEST cooler is 60 quarts of AWESOME packed with so much fun you’ll look for excuses to get outside more often.
If you like the idea beyond Forgotify, a web app that surfaces music that has never been played on Spotify, but want more control on what you discover, then you may be interested to hear of The Long Tail an app that pulls the 50 least played Spotify tracks of any artist into a playlist.
Travelers can leave their cars at the arrival level of the ParkingPLUS structure. As they leave, they confirm on a touch-screen that no one is in the car. The robot valet, nicknamed “Ray,” takes it from there.
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.
Nokia may have finally offloaded its device and services division to Microsoft after its $7.2 billion deal was completed last month, but it is starting May with an interesting announcement: it is launching a fund that will invest $100 million in connected car startups.