The Museum of Modern Art has acquired its very first downloadable app: Icelandic pop musician Bjork's experimental Biophilia.
When you live in the land of the midnight sun, law enforcement can sometimes get a little irreverant, Crave's Eric Mack discovers.
With just over 300,000 people living in Iceland, it's safe to say that everyone is related. You can imagine what this does to the dating pool, so the country developed an app...to prevent incest. 100% serious.
With just over 300,000 people living in Iceland, it's safe to say that everyone is related. You can imagine what this does to the dating pool, so the country developed an app...to prevent incest. Yep, 100 percent serious.
A new Android app out of Iceland allows people in that small country to check that they're not about to get down and dirty with a relative.
Volvo's reputation for safety is unparalleled, but that doesn't mean the cars can't also be fun. Tuner company Polestar lets CNET editor Wayne Cunningham drive laps in its special-edition S60.
Secret is no longer just for the iOS in-crowd. But after downloading the covert sharing app, Crave's Eric Mack isn't so sure he's been missing out on anything.
A Miami Dolphins player is suspended for a negative Twitter reaction. But he wasn't alone in expressing his disapproval.
Providing a sorely needed patch to a market gap, IslendingaApp shows you genes before you remove your jeans. It is, sadly, an Iceland-only service, but might it be expanded and developed by everyone's favorite site?
With the new features announced yesterday at F8, Facebook is poised to cast a bigger shadow over the Internet of people and things.