Men and women have really never understood each other. Well now, women have an app called the “Manscanner” to help them find that one ideal man they (and their mothers and grandmothers) have always dreamed they’d have and hold.
The tech scene is flooded with new tech start-ups; we’ve decided to put together a list of a few that are making moves on the tech scene.
Each of us can name at least one friend who has had (or thought they had) a killer idea for the next big app. But how many of those ideas actually take off? Not many. Maybe it’s because the idea wasn’t brilliant after all, or maybe the Silicon Valley venture capital was missing. Whatever the case may be, in actuality, the start-up scene is flooded with apps and services that are more than worthy of investment. Here are our favorite new tech start-ups!
Who needs cable and wires anyway? Thankfully, the days of unsightly cables and wires are a thing of the past. Wireless technology isn’t just reserved for the Internet and telecommunications (wireless electricity too!). Today, the best modern technologies are ‘going wireless.’ Everything from bluetooth surround sound speaker systems to wireless printers that run on your home or office wireless network.
Just a week since the 3rd generation iPad debut and the Internet is abuzz with iPhone 5 rumors. The new iPad features have left everyone speculating as to the features and functionality in the next-gen iPhone, slated for release in Fall 2012.
Last week I shared my incredible experience of mobile checkout at Sephora. In line with the subject, Square (which lets you accept payments on your smartphone via an external dongle) launched today a new Card Case payment system that turns your phone into a mobile wallet.
Sephora single-point-of-sale done wirelessly, using an iPhone.
My Anastasia Brow products (fav!) needed a refresh, so I took a power-walk up to the Sephora store on 57th and Lexington today. I did a little shopping and one of the sales reps came over asking if I needed any help. I let her know I was okay (I know my way around a Sephora store!), so she asked if I was by chance ready to check out –I was. Expecting she would ask me to walk over to the register, I was surprised when she pulled out her iPhone to check me out!