A new speed-reading app called Spritz promises readers the ability to read nearly four times as many words per minute as the average American reads.
The questionably-named Spritz app, which works by showing one word on a small screen at a time, promises to enable readers to read up to 1,000 words per minute.
When a mother of three was attacked by her foster dog last week her tech-savvy toddler saved her using video chat app FaceTime, according to a report from KGUN.
Laura Toone from Tuscan, Az. told KGUN that she was trying to break up a fight between her foster dog and one of her own dogs when the foster dog aggressively bit the middle finger of her hand almost totally off.
To comply with a U. S. District Court ruling, broadband TV startup Aereo shut down its services in Denver in Colorado, and Salt Lake City in Utah.
Aereo notified its customers in the two regions that their connection would end at 10 a. m. on Saturday. Affected customers will get their money refunded.
A former administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has accused the traffic watchdog of failing to carry out its duty by not forcing General Motors (GM) to fix a glitch in its cars.
Internet giant, Yahoo has announced the launch of a new redesigned homepage in India in order to consolidate its position in the country, which is becoming one of the biggest internet markets in the world.
The Internet giant has revamped its Yahoo India homepage and also rolled out in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines and Vietnam. The company said that the new phone has been live for more than a year now.
The Chrysler Co. surprised as well as shocked many earlier this week when it demanded the immediate destruction of 93 rare, pre-production Dodge Viper cars.
These Dodge Viper prototypes from the early 1990s had been donated to various schools and universities across the United States for educational purposes.
Google users' data is now protected and safe from any types of spying from everybody, including the U. S. government, Eric Schmidt has assured.
Mr. Schmidt claimed that Google, the world's leading Internet search engine, had taken great measure to make sure that things like spying by the United States' NSA would not happen again in the future.