While data is technically — partially — protected from search by the Fourth Amendment, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that our right to privacy is not always honored by law enforcement.
I strive for a life in which these emojis are the only ones I ever need.
Sarah Prager created Quist to make navigating our past a little bit easier.
There’s a reason there aren’t any good songs about texting.
This not-so-dating app helps you find your community and maybe even a girlfriend.
Because I’m perpetually spending my last dollar and I want to know exactly where it goes.
Four questions. You can handle four questions. Especially when one of them is, “What’s your name?”
Mobile dating apps are blowing up for gay men and straight people, but what is on the market for queer ladies?
We’re here. We’re queer. And we have iPhones.
The Verizon iPhone manifests! The rumors are true, not unlike this unicorn spotted in the wild.
If you’re looking to mix up your mobile life, spend a little time sizing up Samsung’s impressive new line of Android devices. Meet the Samsung Galaxy S series stars, the Vibrant, Captivate, Fascinate and Epic. Shiny, eh? And available for each of the four main ‘merican carriers!
The HTC Droid Incredible is sure lucky it lives up to its name, because I think we can all admit it was a pretty dumb thing to call a phone. But hey, that’s water under the bridge. Because this phone is seriously amazing. Hear all about it from a recent dumbphone to smartphone convert, our very own Sarah.
While you might be tired of hearing about the HTC EVO, I’m somehow not yet tired of writing about it. And it’s the only phone I have because no one sends me free shit and I’m a pauper. Since almost everything I’ve written about the phone has been glowing, here are some complaints. No phone is perfect, and while none of my complaints are a dealbreaker, these 6 things bug me.
Now that the HTC Evo is mine (all mine!), here are a few first impressions. So go on– live vicariously! Because I know what it feels like to obsessively watch unboxing videos of the Evo until you go blind with envy. I know just how that is.
The more I think about Microsoft’s newest Kin ad, the more sketched out I get: the video depicts a young woman, sponsored by Microsoft, heading out on a road trip to meet all of the sketchy weirdos she talks to online IN PERSON. And it’s fun, edgy and appealing, just like an Urban Outfitters catalog. So think about how creepy this vid is, then buy a bunch of great games that came out yesterday to feel better.