Category Tech

Follow the Leader: The Lily Cam Breaks Barriers

What would happen if we mixed the action-packed, high-quality go-pro camera, with the increasingly popular, handy-dandy selfie stick? You don’t have to worry about your answer- it’s already here. What are you talking about? Its name is Lily, and it’s about to change the way we capture everyday moments and best-day-ever moments. Lily is a floating camera device, which follows its owner based on a wearable tracking device, GPS coordinates

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Meet Nick Pettit: Teacher at Treehouse

Have you ever considered pursuing a career in Web design or mobile development, but didn’t know where to begin? Do you feel as if your current career isn’t fulfilling your lifelong dreams? Nick Pettit, a teacher at Treehouse, has some insights on a tech career and training. Treehouse is an online educational platform that features classes on topics such as: HTML, CSS, WordPress, Ruby on Rails, PHP, Business, Mobile Development, and

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The Top 6 Apps of the Summer

It’s bikini season. It’s patio season. It’s get-off-your-butt-and-go-out-before-the-snow-comes-back season. Need some ideas? These apps will be the perfect tool kit for you to make sure you get the most out of your summer.   Workout Trainer   When the sun is out and the birds are singing, it’s hard to drag your butt to the gym. Sometimes all you need is a reliable workout plan that you can perform at home,

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Would You Wear a Google Throat Tattoo That Doubles as a Lie Detector?

The future is now, and it is coming for you. Motorola Mobility (owned by Google), filed for a patent for a type of wearable technology. It is described as something “that comprises an electronic skin tattoo capable of being applied to a throat region of a body.” Of course, you can also place it on your collar. The tattoo is temporary, and it is intended to have the ability to communicate with

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Work From Home? There’s an App for That!

The Silicon Valley is such a dynamic and connected place that it’s easy to take what we have for granted sometimes.  I’ve been working in this area since the late 1990s, and I was faced with a relatively significant setback early last year that fundamentally changed the way I was able to work in a typical office environment. I managed to roll with the punches and architect my workplace atmosphere. To

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