Apps that allow users to pay for services in redeemable credits instead of cash are helping to build communities
Portal AR allows users to traverse Britain’s highest peak, roam the halls of Edinburgh Castle and enjoy whiskey at Highlands distillery
If you take a selfie from just 12 inches away, it may make your nose look 30 percent bigger
Available in mid-2018, the emoji could provide a new means for communicating the science and health implications of mosquitoes
You may never get lost in a mall again with these new technologies, designed to help you navigate inside places traditional GPS-based mapping apps can't
Selfie, selfie, in the feed—which institutions did users of the popular photo sharing site tag as the fairest of all?
MIT engineers have developed an app that uses smartphone sensors to determine why your car's making that funny noise
His work has become the seeds of a tech revolution that is rapidly changing our lives
With a database of 30 museums worldwide and growing, Smartify can use your phone camera to identify and explain works of art
The gender disparity among internet users in the country's small villages is staggering. A program called Internet Saathi aims to help
Yes, it's like "Uber for farmer's markets."
An increasing number of women are relying on apps to track their menstrual cycles. Now, there's even an app approved as birth control.
By the time Bell died, he had moved on to other inventions. But the telephone made a huge mark on American society
The device would allow police to check if phone usage could be to blame for a car crash, but critics have raised privacy concerns
A new text messaging service lets users explore the museum’s vast collection
Orai, created by two college students, uses AI to help people become more fluent, confident speakers through consistent practice and feedback.
Real Talk helps middle schoolers access reliable sex ed information using storytelling, regardless of whether they have internet at home
Drawing your own unlock pattern on a touchscreen is faster and easier to remember than a password, and much harder to crack
Chem101 allows professors to push out exercises for students to do on their devices, increasing classroom engagement
MIT researchers are pursuing a newer, faster test for foodborne pathogens
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