Here’s a little technology that’s useful for planning a big queer wedding!
If Sue Perkins can’t sell you on VR, well then I can’t help you.
Politics, Black Lives Matter, Flawed Data, Weed—all were discussed at Lesbians Who Tech, proving that there’s no other technology conference like it.
It felt like every major tech company or platform had some kind of announcement or product release this week. It was so much, y’all.
No one who had ever seen MMOs in their infancy would have supposed them to be taken over by Janeites.
Apple’s iPhone 7 is ditching the headphone jack. Here are some wireless headphones to pair with your sleek new technology.
Travel technology to plan, book and execute your trip without a hitch. Now the question is: where are you off to?
These apps will make managing money less scary and stressful. Plus a bonus budgeting podcast by Gaby Dunn!
Ever wondered what technology it takes to start a YouTube channel? Kaylah Cupcake, a popular wellness YouTuber, has some answers.
Refresh your feed with these science and technology inspired Instagram accounts and make your brain grow three sizes!
From apps to industry to games: Technology isn’t always friendly, even to technology writers.
Polymail is officially the best mail app I’ve ever used. I’ll soon be deleting the others I’ve been using. It deals with aliases, it hasn’t quit by itself yet. Ugh, I’m so in love with it.
Mobile apps, web apps, games, and chargers.
Created by a group of app developers, including three Black women, who wanted to create an app that was inclusive, tonr currently consists of 10 photo filters that “amplifies how beautiful a variety of skin tones are instead of washing them out.” Y’all, I love this app!
I spent my lunch break wandering around Manhattan in 90 degree weather to test Pokémon Go out for y’all. There are definitely pros and cons to this game.
Furbies are awful, Furby Connects are worse. Here are five tech toys that aren’t Furbies.
Nine apps and websites to make getting together with the fam a whole lot easier.
Failbetter’s Fundbetter is looking for narrative games from LGBTQIA creators, and they’re looking to help pay for their production.
I want to spend some time this summer really cracking in to books about technology, especially when the ideas therein have special and specific interaction with the queer digital space I occupy for so much of my time. Here’s my list.
Here’s exactly what I found in my quest to understand Snapchat. Let’s take this journey together.