A 20-year-old California college student used an augmented-reality photo effect on Snapchat that adjusts its users’s photos to adhere to more traditionally feminine codes — and in doing so, he took down a predatory police officer attempting to engage in sexual activity with someone he knew to be underage.
Instagram is reportedly testing a new feed that does not show how many likes a photo got. Is this the start of something new for the social media platform?
Stacie Ruth has seen firsthand the effects medical technology can have on a family.
While working as a top executive with Philips, her mother called in a panic, telling her that her uncle Edward had experienced a health scare while boarding a cruise ship in Tampa.
When she visited him in the hospital,…
An Orlando company that has been working on energy storage technology will get its turn in front of potential investors this month.
Capacitech Energy, a firm built around the commercialization of research done at the University of Central Florida, will be one of three Orlando companies at the Florida…