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.
What does a company do to convince potential customers that its product is genuinely waterproof? Well, aside from saying so on the packaging, it can sell the product already immersed inside a bottle of water.
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?
Whirlpool brand have showcased select innovative designs from an interactive, multi-purpose cooktop surface, to a refrigerator that operates to the soundtrack of a family’s life, to custom-designed laundry pairs and microwaves inspired by consumer imaginations and responsive to their needs.
A long-requested feature is here. ExpressionEngine 2.7 has came and includes a new fieldtype that allows authors to use grouped fieldtypes to publish any number of rows of related content within an entry
“Front-end” engineers are the people who build the parts of Web sites that you actually see. That’s opposed to “back-end” engineers, who work on all the stuff behind the scenes for instance, like storing information you enter (like your name) in a database, or making sure that an e-commerce site can take your order