It is still in the beginning phases, but it’s clear Turntable will be a really cool, new music tool. The new site lets users become the DJs they always wanted to be.
Obama kicked it up a notch with his Twitter town hall. Here are a few other presidents who’ve used the technology of their times to reach the masses.
With the Internet so ingrained in daily life, and platforms like Hulu and Netflix offering an abundance of content on-demand, how can network television be sustained?
President Obama hosted a live town hall meeting via Twitter, the first President in history to do so. So progressive! Well, kind of.
Apple shuts down their five-year “Buy a Macbook, Get a Free iPod” promotion for students. Now, all you get for your new gadgetry is a lousy $100 gift card.
Klout, and other similar products, tell you just how much you deserve, based on how much influence you have.
With new possibilities for sex, strippers and babies, the new Sims expansion is a great addition to the now-classic game.
Apple has a new app that lets you know if anyone with similar interests is in your vicinity. Besides the awkward beginning conversation, could this lead to a dating phenomenon?
What are some of the gadgets of yesteryear that still hold a place in your heart?
Pfizer is investing in big-time technological research and development to save dollars, which could end up throwing you a bone during this unbearable wallet-cinching time.