If you’ve ever missed a delivery, you understand the frustration that comes with the little sticky note on your front door from UPS.
Welcome to delivery notifications of the future. Starting in 2015, Amazon’s new drone program called Prime Air will deliver goods in 30 minutes, but you may wander away from your door for a snack and miss your package.
Twitter user @QuantumPirate jokingly mocked what a missed drone delivery…
We all know teens are glued to their cellphones. New data from the Family Online Safety Institute shows which mobile activities are keeping them hooked.
Text messaging is the most popular activity, which 87% of teens have done in the past 30 days. More than 80% of teens also have also participated in mobile gaming, emailing and social networking.
Statista‘s chart shows how many teens engage in different mobile activities
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Following a trademark dispute with Zynga, the team behind the hookup app Bang With Friends rebranded as Down, adjusted their approach, and launched on Android. Now those changes have come to iOS as well, with an update that was quietly released earlier this week.
I never tried Bang With Friends (that’s my story and I’m sticking to it), but in addition to a revamped user interface, it sounds like the new Down app differs in two big ways.
First, it’s no longer just focused on, well, banging….
Cooking a full Thanksgiving meal is one of the most frustrating holiday traditions. You have so many people to feed and all of them want seconds
We want to help you through this hectic process, so we consulted our favorite famous chef: Monica Geller from Friends, of course
Whether you’re a seasoned stuffing pro or hosting your family for the first time ever, this list will give you the tips you need to keep your sanity intact
As students at Georgetown University in Washington D.C. in 2007, three sons from entrepreneurial families identified a problem: there was no healthy place to eat in D.C. So Nicolas Jammet, Nathaniel Ru and Jonathan Neman wrote a business plan, rented out a small tavern and started selling salads with locally sourced ingredients — usually from that week’s farmer’s market.
With help from friends, family and a couple early investors including restaurateur Joseph Bastianich (under whom Jammet…