Press your nose against Andy Warhol’s Gold Marilyn Monroe at the MoMA or Jackson Pollock’s Autumn Rhythm at the Met – without actually being there. The world’s greatest museums are embracing technology, giving art lovers across the globe access to paintings, sculptures, performance art, and drawings like never before
We’re loving this unexpected Brooklyn Bridge perspective, captured by Instagram user rafaazevedo and submitted with the #CoolCapture hashtag. Have you been testing out your photography skills and snapped a shot you want to share?
Phone cases need not be boring, and to keep tired cases at bay, enter the Cellairis by Elle & Blair iPhone Cases . Designed by fashion and beauty experts extraordinaire, Elle and Blaire Fowler, the cases fit for iPhones 4-5 incorporate a pop (or several dozen pops) of rhinestone, two-toned leather, and quilted exteriors, to leave the basics at the door. Look through the gallery for the highlights of Elle and Blaire’s 2013 phone collection.
Dcovery ($4), a mobile trip guide for iPhone , is your next globe-trotting companion-in-crime for those bitten by the travel bug. The app organizes research in an intelligent, travel-friendly way and makes all that information easily accessible with or without a data connection. Before the journey begins, travelers can bookmark points of interest on the app and save articles on city attractions to read offline
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Watch out, iPhone 5: HTC is shedding its plastic polycarbonate shells in favor of a sleek, all-aluminum “zero-gap” metal unibody with easy-to-hold tapered edges. The company’s new flagship phone, HTC One , was unveiled today, and in terms of industrial design and internal specs, HTC has come a long way since its last effort . While the similarities between the HTC One and Apple’s metal-clad iPhone 5 are hard to ignore, perhaps that likeness will position HTC ahead of the current bestselling Android, Samsung’s Galaxy S III
You’re probably familiar with optical illusions (like the Penrose Triangle ) . . . but what about auditory illusions
Though just announced July 2012, Microsoft’s new non-Hotmail email service , Outlook.com, has already grown to 60 million users and is ready for the wild world of nonbeta.
These brave ice climbers, captured by Instagram user zivanod and submitted with the #CoolCapture hashtag, are giving us the chills! Have you been testing out your photography skills and snapped a shot you want to share? Submit your pics to our Cool Capture group or to Instagram with the #CoolCapture hashtag, and your pic might be featured on the POPSUGAR Tech homepage.
As Aaliyah said, “Age ain’t nothing but a number,” but these youngsters should be applauded for the impressive amount of tech accomplishments already on their résumés. Some of the best and brightest whiz kids have learned complex coding languages, become certified technicians, and developed iOS apps – all by the age of 9. Exceptionally young computer prodigies from across the world are using technology to harness the greater good, and we’re inspired by their youthful spirit and drive.