This handy little Android app will automatically set your ringer volume based on ambient noise level.
A Los Angeles-based globetrotter organizes "the first travel experience for introverts by introverts." That means 10 days with other people, but single rooms and plenty of time to recharge.
Has CleverWraps finally come up with the solution for the active lifestyle? Possibly, but a regular ol' plastic sandwich bag seems to offer the same protection.
Is it a prank or perhaps just a designer's exercise in developing a concept? Regardless, it's a toothsome idea that's been skillfully rendered.
At its San Francisco headquarters, the company offers up a green alternative to live trees--100 percent recycled cardboard trees, entirely produced and manufactured with solar energy. Also: Salvation Army attempts to break the bell-ringing record.
Web sites black out their pages to protest online censorship and SOPA, the Salvation Army is using Square, and Google Music arrives with free online storage, music sharing tools, and a few freebies.
Leaked from today's 404 Podcast episode: Congress rules pizzas count as vegetables, Wi-Fi "notworks" come to Brooklyn-bound subways, Salvation Army using Square for mobile credit card donations, SOPA makes powerful enemies, and AIM rises from the ashes of AOL
The Optimus Black puts on a pretty new dress as the LG Marquee for Sprint and emerges at New York Fashion Week.
If our phones are so smart, why do we still have to turn off our ringers manually in movie theaters? Automating your Android device just got a little easier, thanks to a free app called Impel.
A tool that would let Windows Phone 7 users install home-brew apps without having to pay for membership to Microsoft's App Hub has been taken offline.