When you're at work, the bathroom isn't always the greatest. You get in, and get out. However, some of your coworkers are using it for multiple reasons including: texting, eatting, and smoking. Are you someone doing that too?
We live in a world where we are constantly connected to our phones, emails, tablets, and more. With the constant onslaught of selfies, and videos, will this spoil your holiday family time? Is technology going to kill your Thanksgiving dinner table and Christmas morning?
With new technologies emerging every day it is hard to think back to the days of when music was played on CDs or even cassettes. I am still old enough to remember using a cassette player, but the kids in this video have NO CLUE!
As part of Philly's Tech Week, a celebration of awesome new technologies, a Drexel University professor name Frank Lee and Tetris game designers played the biggest game of Tetris ever! They played the classic arcade game on a 29-story building right in Philadelphia. The game was projected with the use of LED lights. This is just a little bigger than your old Game Boy!
Imagine you are walking around or at your home and you suddenly crave a cupcake. You don't want to bake it, but you want it instantly. How about a cupcake ATM? This is perfect for your sweet-tooth on the go!
Did you miss out on the chance to get "Flappy Bird" on your phone? Have no fear because it's coming back! One twitter user, Robert, posed the question to the games creator that has been on everyone's mind, "Are you going to put flappy bird back on the app store?" He asked this question in the form of a tweet.
It's called "Flappy Bird" and it's taking the technological world by storm. The next "Candy Crush?" I'm not sure. One thing IS for sure, I have downloaded the app on my phone and haven't been able to put it down.
Many people pay their bills online and use debit cards for purchases. Now a new app for Apple and Android devicesis eliminating the use of checks for personal person to person transactions. Starting today, you will be able to email cash directly from your debit card to someone else's without cost regardless of what banks are involved.
Educators in Los Angeles thought it was a great idea to give students iPads to help with their classroom work. What they didn't realize is how savvy those kids were. It didn't take long for some students to hack the codes and start using the devices for things other than classroom work.
As a grandparentmyself I know how mystifying and strange technology can be to people of my generation. How these things must appear to those even older than me I can only guess. Here are some video's from The Week.com of grandparents dealing with things---video games and music for example--that their kids and grandkids love.
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