When Apple unveiled its iPhone X on Tuesday, officials highlighted the device’s advanced functionality, including what truly could be a game changing feature, its facial recognition technology. The new handset, which will sell for a whopping $1,000, allows users to unlock it simply by looking at it. The 10th anniversary edition of Apple’s flagship mobile […]
Tumblr keeps improving its mobile apps, adding to already useful features like photo filters, instant messaging, stickers and GIF posts to keep your interactions fresh and interesting. The microblogging service just announced three new ways to post f…
Enlarge / There’s plenty of “more” in the box. (credit: Fantasy Flight Games) Welcome to Ars Cardboard, our weekend look at tabletop games! Check out our complete board gaming coverage at cardboard.arstechnica.com—and let us know what you think. 2016’s Star Wars: Rebellion was—ahem—a force to be reckoned with. Presenting the original film trilogy within the […]
June 29, 2007 — As the world’s first iPhone went on sale this day, very few did actually know that it would be one of the most sought after phones ever. It’s been ten years today and we have seen iPhone in different iterations and with varying capacities. Over these years, we have seen the […]
The world is a different place a decade after Apple introduced its popular smartphone — in both good and bad ways.
Social Studies: When you post a photo of a Corgi to Reddit’s Photoshopbattles, you never know what you’re going to get.
Don’t leave your family members in the dark when there are easy ways to make a big difference in their digital lives. The post 3 Ways to Boost Your Family’s Online Security This Holiday appeared first on WIRED.
Someone submitted a photo of the Supermoon to the PhotoshopBattles subreddit and people started making all kinds of cool images.
Urban designers have lots of tricks for turning a city intersection into something more like a plaza and less like a freeway interchange. The post 16 Ways to Design a Better Intersection—And Better Cities appeared first on WIRED.