On today's Tomorrow Daily, Denny's announced three remixed Atari classics, Israel plans on testing a levitating monorail within 2 years, and Sugru made a crazy overpowered water gun. Also, we back (or hack?) Pond's wireless charger, and read your emoji tweets.
On today's Tomorrow Daily, we've got weird pairings aplenty: three Denny's-remixed Atari classics, a maglev monorail, and a crazy overpowered water gun.
North Korea's beloved figures take on the US Army in a new 1990s-style scroller/shooter.
Somehow, since his recent visit, Google's chairman has paved the way for all sorts of open (and, perhaps, unexpected) exchanges with North Korea. Yes, Dennis Rodman has arrived.
The startup's latest play for advertising dollars has the company targeting members with ads after they check in to certain types of venues.
After a two-years, Caroline McCarthy finally makes her return to the show to tell us about her time at Google and why she did the impossible and left.
Ads centered on location data seem like a no-brainer -- so long as members keep checking in.
Dennis Crowley doesn't give specifics but notes that March was the startup's best month so far for revenue. And he says other important metrics are on the upswing month-over-month.
As news of the explosions spread, many phone lines were down, but some people sent text messages or used Twitter and Instagram to let others know they were OK.
The newly labeled "local search" company may no longer talk about check-ins, but it would still like to profit by them.