If you’ve got Prime and enjoy reading, Amazon’s offering some of the best Kindle discounts we’ve ever seen right now, with $30 off the entry level models, and $50 off the rarely discounted Voyage.
Diversity in race and gender in Silicon Valley is abysmal, and the industry has tried to justify their numbers in all sorts of ways that don’t quite mesh with the lived experience of the minorities in tech. Since former Uber employee Susan Fowler’s essay on the harassment she received at that company went viral, more…
Amazon just kicked off another of its periodic Fire and Kindle device deals, with $10-$20 off various devices, and up to $45 off bundles that include chargers, cases, and more.
Tile is the ultimate device for anyone who can’t stop losing her things, and a single Tile is back down to its best price ever of $25.
There is a long documented problem with diversity in the tech industry. The blame for that has frequently been put on the shoulders of women and minorities rather than CEOs and managers who won’t expand their circle of acceptable hires. The criticism and poor response to criticism have led to the strange and…
Housing in and around Silicon Valley has been an issue for anyone not making tech figure salaries for some time, with more and more people outside the industry being displaced by the needs of Facebook and Google workers.
Ringly has created the most attractive way to keep track of your phone notifications. And today only, you can get the perfect gift for the person who cannot stay off their phone for 20% off when you use the code TECHLOVERS. That includes the Smart Ring or Smart Bracelet, which will knock off $39 and $49, respectively.
There is a well-documented problem with diversity in the male-dominated tech world. Who’s to blame? A new survey of some of the most powerful future Silicon Valley millionaires reveals that men, shockingly, want to blame everyone and everything but the tech industry itself.
Awair uses five key metrics to measure your air quality over time and then delivers that data to your smartphone. More importantly, it offers tips to help improve your air situation that are actually useful and targeted.
Blood testing startup Theranos announced Wednesday that it’s shutting down its blood testing facilities and laying off more than 40 percent of its staff, the Wall Street Journal reports. The move comes after reports that Theranos’ patenting blood-testing technology is, in fact, extremely inaccurate, and after the…
Yesterday, Apple released its latest major software update with iOS 10. As far as I can tell, the iteration exists only to cut my battery life in half, make my Messages app unusable, and trick me into downloading hundreds of cartoon Biebers and one George R. R. Martin. Reader, don’t be like me. Don’t update your…
On Thursday, Facebook shared their growth in diversity for the last year. There hasn’t been much.
Stop. Sit down. Stand up. Sit back down. Slowly! It’s time to pick up a few lessons about social media, naked photos and new journalism from the tech prodigy Kim Kardashian.
You know the little charging brick that came with your phone? Throw it out, and spend $7 on this replacement from Aukey (with code IBEEGE8R). It’s basically the same size as Apple’s standard iPhone charger, but it includes two ports, folding prongs, and 2.4A of current (instead of 1A) to charge your devices faster.
Brother laser printers dominated the voting in our Kinja Co-Op for best printer, and it’s easy to see why: They basically never jam, toner is much cheaper than ink (and it never dries out if you don’t use it), and they print much faster than any other consumer-level printer; on the order of 25-30 pages per minute,…
The hot new trend among celebrities in and around Kim Kardashian’s orbit is developing custom emoji keyboards for smartphones. By “trend,” of course, I mean “three famous people have done this recently,” and those people are Kim Kardashian, Amber Rose, and Angela “Blac Chyna” Kardashian.
Get 10,000 steps, stand up every hour, climb the stairs instead of taking the elevator - there are lots of relatively easy ways to stay healthy and fit, but how do you monitor your progress? This week, we’re on the hunt for the best fitness tracker on the market.