SurgeProtector was released yesterday as a remedy to all Uber passengers’ surge pricing woes.
Actually, the Ducktails theme is about ethics in games journalism.
It’s called Beam Messenger, and it lets you see everything the other person is typing.
Lyft is launching a new service called Lyft for Work that companies can use to give employees a monthly Lyft credit to commute to and from work.
Guess how many people are still paying for AOL?
The internet has gotten a lot less ugly.
Wi-Fi creates some pretty gnarly images. H/t The Daily Dot.
I got twentysomething problems but an app ain’t one.
The truth shall finally be revealed by our weird search history.
Reddit user JeremiahGorman just built his son memories that will stay with him for a lifetime. You can’t buy this at the toy store.
Zappos is fast, Walmart and JCPenney are slow.
Don’t freak out about the Instagram terms of service. Freak out about ALL terms of service. On the internet, we’re all sellouts.
YouTube seems to be having an identity crisis. And our strange, fickle tastes aren’t helping.
By January, many were already reporting reporting that 2012 was going to be a big year for UFO sightings. But 2012 wasn’t just a big year for flying saucer sightings — it was a big year for the paranormal in general.
This is what Halo would look like if it’d taken place during the Industrial Revolution. Micah Ganske over 700 of work into his 3-D vision.
Instagram’s new terms of service go into effect on Jan. 16, and you are its new product.
The world is supposedly ending on Dec. 21. Are you as ready as these pinners?
Yahoo’s CEO discovers a cool new photo site.
This petition has passed the 25,000 threshold needed for a response from the White House. The White House petition is now quite operational.