Here's a new, unique way to discover apps for your iPhone: Crosswalk.
Rafe Needleman gets a demo of a new social iPhone app discovery platform, Crosswalk, from company president Tom McLeod.
A new service reaches into your iCloud account to keep track of what apps you've downloaded. Then it tells you what your friends have that you're missing.
One of the company's drivers allegedly hit a family in a crosswalk on New Year's Eve, killing a 6-year-old child.
Two German design students created a concept for walkers to play against one another while waiting at a crosswalk.
Find yourself constantly asking your friends to recommend some new apps for you to try? Sign up for Crosswalk and never ask them again!
The peer-to-peer car service deactivates the account of an off-duty Uber driver after he allegedly hit and killed a 6-year-old girl on New Year's Eve.
Finding new and interesting apps directly on iTunes isn't easy. Services like these are much better.
More than 12,000 people have already signed the call to President Obama to prevent all straight men from driving in a world full of tank-top-wearing distractions.
Tragedy hits the company that made the Oculus Rift head-mounted virtual-reality display, as co-founder Andrew Reisse finds himself in the wrong place at the wrong time during a police chase.