Design

These Apps Could Mean the End of Drunk Texting

Sure, your reserve always starts strong—you're ready to go out for the night, no plans of texting the ex, the crush, the disappointing Tinder date—then you get a few drinks in, and you wake up the next morning looking in horror at your sent messages regretting that 2am text binge. Luckily, clever startups are working on apps to save you from yourself (and happy hour induced honesty). Android app Drunk Lock, from Dues Mobile, locks your phone until you solve a series of math problems, saving you not only from embarrassing texts, but also tweets, Facebook messages, and questionable see more
Tech

We're Getting 38 New Emoji Next Year, But None of Them Are Tacos

Well this is just cruel. see more
Tech

This Web Domain Is Scaring the World's Most Powerful Companies

Well, this .sucks. A number of organizations are complaining about a new domain name, .sucks, that's being made available by the website-registration company Vox Populi. Firms across the country have fretted that they more or less have to buy their .sucks domain name to prevent people from doing to them what one intrepid political commenter did to CarlyFiorina.org. And because the going rate for a .sucks domain name is north of $2,000 (you can get most domains for less than $100), some have likened its mere existence to extortion. see more
Design

A Self-Driving Google Car Will Hit Roads This Summer

Are you ready for your morning commute to get a whole lot easier? Because self-driving cars are the way we'll get around in the future, and not as in the distant future—we're talking, like, in a few months, according to Google. While the tech juggernaut has been tooling around with the idea since 2010, the company announced that it will be test driving the models on roads around its headquarters in Mountain View, California, starting this summer. Don't worry—the cars will have safety drivers during the tests and their speed limit will be capped at 25 miles per hour, see more
Health

6 Ways to Practice Safe Sexting

If you've not been formally welcomed to the Age of Sexting (by which we mean the period of modern history where pretty much everyone sends and receives sexual imagery using their mobile devices), allow us to be the first to do so. see more
Design

See the LED Lightbulb That Doubles as a Bluetooth Speaker

Let there be light! And music! All at once! That's what Sony is pushing with the introduction of this lightbulb-speaker hybrid, reports Gizmodo. While we always see the benefit in two-in-one combos (like, say, shampoo-conditioners), the possibility of streamlining your audio and visual needs into one compact device is certainly arresting. Let the lifestyle shot below (romantic candlelit dinner for two, anyone?) remind you that lightbulbs are pretty much all around you, and if each of those points could also be a outlet for audio, then the possibilities are endless: Have your favorite podcast streamed to the kitchen while see more
Women

Meet Ashley Graham, Instagram Stunner of the Week

Instagram has made it easier than ever to admire beautiful people from afar. And some beautiful people—like model/fashion designer/activist Ashley Graham—aren't afraid of showing off on the social media platform. Graham, who according to her Twitter profile "loves my curves and isn't afraid to show them" uses her Instagram account to promote her modeling work and her lingerie line mostly, but there's some silly and inspirational messages in there too. See why we fell for her? Here's a glimpse at what you'll get if you follow Ms. Graham. Hey #Brits!! Make sure to buy #TheTimes tomorrow to see my full see more
Tech

Microsoft Gives Users the Middle Finger (Emoji)

Come July, people who use Microsoft devices will be able to do what Apple and Google users can't: flip the bird with the press of one button. see more
Tech

Grindr CEO Joel Simkhai Gives Us His Digits

It goes without saying that we live in a digital world. And as the world becomes more and more connected, our interactions with the devices around us are telling signs of who we are and how we operate. In this ongoing series, we ask tech tastemakers about their communication habits. First up, founder and CEO of the gay geosocial networking site Grindr. DETAILS: Provide the date (month/day/year) and exact time that you're answering these questions Joel Simkhai: April 27, 10:59 a.m. see more
Celebrity

Jay Z Lures Fans to Tidal With Exclusive B-Sides Concert

Jay Z is throwing his weight behind the music-streaming site Tidal, of which he is a part owner. And while Mr. Knowles went on the defensive over the weekend with a stream of tweets (branded #TidalFacts) that were meant to serve as a online pep talk for Tidal, now the rapper is going on the offensive. On May 13, Hova will be hosting an intimate concert in New York City featuring B-sides, including songs that haven't seen the light of day in years and others that have never been publicly performed, reports Idolator. BUT! There's a catch (of course). see more
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