Month: August 2018

Skullcandy aims upscale with two new headphones

Skullcandy has always been an odd brand. Aimed at a younger, hipper audience, the headphones always featured wacky graphics and read more

August 31, 2018

The federal government is declaring the deaths of hundreds of seals off the New England coast this summer to be read more

August 31, 2018

The Village Voice is dead — at least, as a functioning journalistic organization. Starting today, the legendary alternative newspaper will read more

August 31, 2018

The massive dust storm on Mars that caused NASA to lose contact with its Opportunity rover is dissipating, giving new read more

August 31, 2018

Laura Findlay/Getty Images Have you ever questioned whether taking time off is worth it because the stress of preparing for read more

August 31, 2018

Something is going on at Social Capital. A series of departures continued this morning at former Facebook executive Chamath Palihapitiya‘s venture read more

August 31, 2018

Ansgar Schwarz/EyeEm/Getty Images Is digital technology a democratizing force, allowing smaller, newer companies to compete against giant ones? Or does read more

August 31, 2018

Jorg Greuel/Getty Images Women of color are a force in the U.S. economy. They are projected to make up the read more

August 31, 2018

Apple is cracking down on apps that don’t communicate to users how their personal data is used, secured or shared. read more

August 31, 2018

Line, the Japanese messaging app firm that’s best known for its cutesy characters and stickers, is pushing deeper into crypto after it read more