May 2017

Here’s how to watch the Google I/O keynote

Google’s biggest event of the year is about to kick off as its annual developers conference, Google I/O, gets underway in Mountain View, California. SEE ALSO: Android O, Google Assistant and augmented reality: What to expect at Google I/O The whole shebang launches Wednesday at 1 p.m. ET with a keynote from Google CEO Sundar Pichai. There’s a lot of anticipation around what Pichai will announce, ranging from Android Oreo to VR and AR.  Lucky… Read More »Here’s how to watch the Google I/O keynote

The incredible ways people with disabilities customize their tech to thrive

There’s something undeniably special in the way Meera Phillips looks at you when you speak. It’s as if your words are the only words that will ever matter, whether you’re talking about something silly or something serious.  The 15-year-old knows the value of hearing what people say. That’s because she’s used to not being heard. SEE ALSO: This blind Apple engineer is transforming the tech world at only 22 Meera is nonverbal, living with a… Read More »The incredible ways people with disabilities customize their tech to thrive

Fear not, these omnidirectional tires will parallel park for you

These omnidirectional tires from inventor William Liddiard can be added to any vehicle, allowing the wheels to move in all directions. It’ll also help you conquer your fear of parallel parking. Read more… More about Cars, Mashable Video, Parallel, Automobile, and Auto

Mark Zuckerberg-backed edutech startup is now a Harvard case study

Education technology startup Byju’s, backed by the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI), is now a Harvard case study. It is only the fourth Indian startup to make it to the hallowed Harvard Business Publishing platform, after Flipkart (India’s largest online retailer), Paytm (India’s biggest mobile wallet) and GOQii (India’s leading health and fitness startup). SEE ALSO: This health and fitness startup is now a Harvard case study The case titled ‘Byju’s – The Learning App’ will… Read More »Mark Zuckerberg-backed edutech startup is now a Harvard case study