Since more of you were on board with the speaker purses than I imagined, I wondered how y'all would feel about some of the other female-centric products I came across at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
Harassment probably doesn't seem like a worthwhile issue, if you've never experienced it yourself.
The MacBook is dead; long live the MacBook.
Pulled directly from my "Do Not Want" Files (The Prude Collection) comes Glance, an app that lets you watch yourself have sex during the act, from a variety of angles, while wearing Google Glass. Agghhhh!
Tech/Fashion combos are not all ridiculous, but enough of them are that it hurts. Case in point: a growing number of Bluetooth speakers that are also purses except they're not real purses because you can't carry anything in them.
I never get rid of anything, unless it falls victim to tech failure. I've kept the first website I ever designed, the first poems I've ever written, the portfolio I painstakingly crafted to get into art school - all of it safe and sound, backed up on hard drives.
I’ll gladly look at one beach photo. I might even “like” it. But I won’t be as amused if six more follow.
What do I do?! Do I sanitise my current twitter?
Because deleting the app never really worked for me.
A growing number of people are eschewing traditional legal or financial career routes for a chance to launch their own businesses or join startups. They are enticed by the opportunity to do what they consider to be more innovative and more meaningful work,
What's most odious to me is when I see a tech pundit go on about how women don't or shouldn't like large screen phones because our hands are small. Seriously, I see red.
Chances are you know at least one person who is super into Instagram and owns a keychain, or a pin, or a cross stitch of the logo. That's a bummer since it means you can't give them those things for the holidays. Get them something from this list, instead!
What you don't know CAN hurt you; this was, as many Twitter users said yesterday, like telling someone who's asking for a restraining order to just wear a blindfold.
Oops, hold on, my breasts just texted me with an update about my mood.
A person who wants to do damage to your reputation will find few obstacles online, easily tarnishing your good name. Enter online reputation managers.
Does it really matter if your fitness tracker over-counts your steps during a given day?
I just play one on the Internet: the problem of the digital footprint.