2016 Wasn’t a Total Bust: You Can Now Watch Netflix Offline
Netflix and go.
Why Kickstarter Projects May Not Benefit From Live Video Pitches
You can interact, in real time, with the projects you want to back.
Why Some Apple Fans Are Considering a Hackintosh
A powerful non-Apple laptop running macOS could be the ultimate personal computer.
How a Wearable Device May Help the Blind Navigate the World Like a Video Game
Designed for the visually impaired, Horus uses two cameras mounted to a headset to describe the world for the wearer.
Apple’s New Touch Bar May Present Usability Challenges For Blind Users
The TouchBar in the new MacBook Pro may be flashy, but is it any more usable than traditional function keys for the vision impaired?
Here’s How to Print Out Your Vines to Save Them From an Uncertain Future
Taking cues from the GameBoy Printer, Lifeprint lets users print out Vines and then re-watch them over and over again inside a new iPhone app.
The New MacBook Pros Mark the End of Upgradeable Apple Computers
All Apple laptops are now un-upgradeable and are therefore disposable.
Cord Cutters Are Finding Ways to Cope With Comcast’s Data Caps
A 1TB data cap may seem like a lot, but not if you're streaming HD video all day, every day.
Pro Wrestling Has Become a Petri Dish for the Future of TV
Following in the footsteps of the WWE Network, smaller pro wrestling companies are expanding their experimentation with streaming video.
The New Macbook Pro Has a Touchscreen Keyboard, Whether You Like It or Not
You wanted a new MacBook Pro? You got one.
There’s Still A Whole Lot We Don't Know About DirecTV Now
DirecTV Now will stream 100 channels over the internet for $35 per month.
Microsoft’s New Direction All Started With the Kinect
Widely written off as a failure, Microsoft's 6-year-old gaming peripheral set the stage for the Surface Studio and more.