A recent study from, Vyv Evans, a linguistics professors at Bangor University in Wales, emoji has become the fastest-growing form of language, in the UK. Many people, find it easier to communicate using it smiley faces and icons than text, according to Evans.
People helping people, get to work a little easier.
Earlier this week, Waze, The Israeli traffic mapping company acquired by Google in 2013, rolled out a new product in Tel Avi called, Ride With.
The idea is simple: match people who have similar rush-hour commutes so they can share rides and split the financial burden of traveling to and from work.
Smartwatches for the growing 65+ crowd.
There are a handful of companies popping up around the US with the specific focus of creating smartwatch like devices for senior citizens.
The general idea for these devices is to help seniors get help if need it, sending medication reminders, tracking their activity, and aiding them if they get lost. All common concerns for seniors and their caretakers alike.
Late last week, the Ford Motor Co. launched it’s own car sharing program, Peer-2-Peer Car Sharing, in six American cities and London.