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Google is known to love including easter eggs in all sorts of things. From playing Snake on YouTube to the unlockable ninja on Google Reader, their exploits are well documented. But who knew the company even has easter eggs in real life?
Tarah Feinberg of iCrossing has revealed one of [...]Read More »
A couple of weeks ago, we showed you the 6 finalists of the NYC Reinvent Payphones challenge. The contest was hosted in the hopes that they would be able to find the next best and most innovative evolution for the aging landline payphone that has been around all this time, [...]Read More »
You have a head (I hope). I have a head (hang on, let me double check… yep, still there). What if, instead of a head, you had iPads? What would you look like? How would you see? How would people react? Could people start playing Angry Birds on your face? [...]Read More »
Sony has found a way to raise some funds — by selling their US headquarters building in New York City to investors for $1.1 billion. As the company works to cut losses throughout the company, this will generate $770 million for Sony. This is similar to how Nokia sold their [...]Read More »
Google, in a press conference along with New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and New York Senator Charles Schumer, have announced that it is going to provide free Wi-Fi service to Chelsea, a New York City neighborhood.
The company says that it hopes to keep the thousands of residents and millions [...]Read More »
The city of New York is looking to reinvent the antiquated payphone, a device that has gone largely unchanged functionally since its invention and has been mostly sidelined due to the advent of mobile phones. To do this, the city is hosting Reinvent Payphones, an event that seeks to find [...]Read More »