If you’re an Android user who likes to download pornography apps, beware of one in particular called Porn Droid. Hackers are using it to spread malware and demanding victims pay a hefty ransom.
For those of us who haven’t “upgraded” to a smartwatch or sports watch, the ability to run and/or workout with our phones comfortably and unhindered is still essential. Let’s band together and find the best smartphone running band.
During last night's Super Bowl, millions watched as Kate Upton stepped out of a bathtub, donned battle armor and escaped a crumbling stronghold on horseback. The game she's advertising is nowhere near as exciting.
Asha, Caleb and Ima Christian are three siblings from Decatur, Georgia who collaborated to develop an app that helps people rate and document their police encounters. They founded a company named Pinetart and developed Five-O, an app designed to be a tool to empower communities to stop police brutality and abuse.
Spike Jonze's new movie Her ruminates on the ideas of loneliness, love, and our isolating dependence on technology. It also upholds a conventional projection of female sexuality on technology, in the form of an interactive AI voiced by the sultry Scarlett Johansson. In fact, it takes the allure of a sexy subservient…
Trying to sext in a hurry? Well, your Android smartphone might not be much help. It turns out that, in the latest version of Google's popular operating system for mobile devices, the keyboard blocks words like "screwing," "coitus" and "sex" from autocomplete and swipe-to-type.
Today in YES, SEXISM EXISTS, it's the world's first tablet for women! The ePad Femme (working title: the "Awww, She Thinks She's People Magic Window to Fairytopia") is an eight-inch Android-based tablet that comes with apps pre-loaded, so as to not bewilder miniature lady-brains with complicated "downloading"…
Do women need their own cell phones? The makers of the HTC Bliss Verizon Android phone think so, according to tech site This Is My Next. Does it come with yogurt?
The Android app Dog Wars, which lets players "feed, water, train and fight your virtual dog," certainly sounds distasteful. And now it's off the market, thanks to unlikely team of Alicia Silverstone and Michael Vick.