Since the announcement of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign was no secret, it was her campaign design that was the big reveal of the week. The giant blue H marched its way to the forefront of the breaking news, but at the center of Clinton’s logo is another, far more critical graphic element: The arrow.
So I was on vacation last week, and came back to the usual mountain of 700+ emails and piles of junk from PR companies Katamaried all over my desk. There was also this.
It can be FedEx. It can be UPS. It can be any shipping service, really. They all promise to get your packages to where you want them to go but there's no guarantee they'll treat your packages with any sort of tender, love or care. Most likely, they'll be thrown around, banged around and destroyed in the process. Just…
Nothing seems very futuristic to me. Not my phone, not my tablet, not my computer, not my TV, not my watch. None of it. We don't have flying cars and we have hoverboards that don't hover. What sort of world are we living in? Google's Glass is very futuristic but we're still a long ways away from it actually working…
Vimeo user alversae has posted a video which shows a UPS delivery guy wander up to the front of his house and steal his daughter's Christmas present—an iPad mini—right off the porch where it had just been left by FedEx.
Google's Cloud Print service might not be the most exciting thing in the world, but it is damn useful. And it just got even more practical: it now lets you print documents to other Android devices as a PDF, or even print off documents at a local FedEx store.
Patents related to shipping logistics normally aren't the concern of the public. But when Google receives a patent for electronic shipping notifications, one has to wonder what that means for online merchants, like Amazon, and major shipping companies, like UPS.
You know what really sucks? When you come home and find you missed a package delivery from USPS, UPS or FedEx. Or you come home and find that $1000 gadget you ordered sitting on your front stoop where anyone could snatch it. The worst, however, is when you are actually at home and they assume you're not, and don't…
iTunes' dominant position atop the digital music market is not happenstance. Donald A. Norman discusses how, through the integration of its products, design and service, Apple became a media distribution juggernaut.
It's the most wonderful time of the year! Or least, if you're in the parcel delivery business. But who exactly is doing the brunt of the shipping this holiday season? Here's how it breaks down.
It's time to order presents in and probably send packages out. To me, a crucial question is: What's the best shipping company? Who treats my stuff better while in transit? Popular Mechanics made a scientific test. Here's the result.
FedEx driver Francisco Matute was having a normal Wednesday until four masked individuals stopped his truck at gunpoint. Then, two of the men got into the truck and took ten boxes full of Apple gear. They were FedEx employees too.
The second shipment of iPhone 4s are on their way and will reach your door by July 7th. We don't know what happened to the original July 2nd date of the second batch, but at least you didn't have to deal with launch day lines, right?
Here's a video we captured of a Fedex guy "dropping off" a package at our home. Hopefully the packaging on your iPhone is protected enough that this doesn't happen to you.
If you pre-ordered the iPhone 4, it should already be on its way. Here's how to keep track of your iPhone 4 delivery (or any package) on your old iPhone. Ah, the joys of tracking packages.
You've waited until the last minute to shop, again. That's OK. Coupon Sherpa has shared their list of basically every online retailer's order deadline known to Man. The good news? You STILL have time to shop.
Package-tracking sensors aren't super new, but Senseaware is one that's unique because it tracks multiple criteria—temperature, location, drops and light exposure—and updates those to the web constantly. Useful when you're transporting organs and not MP3 players.