Our children seem to be growing very fast. Simultaneously grows their need for being tech savvy by owning smart phones. Parent face sleepless nights imagining their children using smartphones for altogether wrong reasons like too much messaging, effect of social networking sites, accessing adult sites and what not.
Planning on traveling soon? Whether you’re going near or far, get your smartphone ready for the occasion. There are tons of travel apps for both Apple and Android devices. They can help you plan your trip, get cheap deals and find things to do on your holiday. Here are some travel apps you should download right now.
While it’s pretty clear that smiling is a way to outwardly express that you’re happy whether you are or not, some interesting studies have been done that show that smiling may actually influence your mood, making you happier even if you are simply faking it.
Marketing has been a cornerstone of business for decades but it has undergone a rapid transformation during the last decade due to the digital revolution. Modern enterprises now have the opportunity to connect and engage with potential customers via a vast number of different platforms due to the advent of the Internet, proliferation of mobile tech and apps, big data and the rise of social media.
Brought to us by the company that made the armpit fan, this is Washable. It is a device that can turn any bucket or sink into a washing machine. And the best part: it weighs less than half a pound! Check it out below:
Not every app costs 0.99 cents. Here are some that you have to pay an arm and a leg to get. But are they worth it? Check out the most expensive iPhone apps you can buy, if you really want them, that is. Check it out!
Parking is always a problem. There's never enough of it, and you spend too much time looking for one. Is there a more convenient way of doing this? Chinese inventors have developed a solution that's pretty genius. It's a self-parking robot that will do it for you.
Game-to-movie adaptations are nothing new; Super Mario Bros., which grossed over $20million at the international box office lays claim to being one of the first, behind Japan’s releases of anime movies Super Mario Bros.: Peach-Hime Kyushutsu Dai Sakusen! and Running Boy Star Soldier no Himitsubu, but there have been numerous others, of every genre imaginable since. So, what is it about video games that makes them such an attractive silver screen prospect, and what’s in store for the future?