At the February Mobile World Conference in Barcelona, 1,700 exhibitors tempted 72,000 visitors. Here are the must-haves, from a digital camera (yes, that’s correct) to a pet tracker to a high-tech cane.
The social network site reveals a lot more about you than you know - or might want others to know - about you.
Launching in the spring, Origins plans to do for gay Mormons what Jdate does for Jews: give them a place online where they can meet other Mormons for ’marriage or long-term commitment.’
For the guy or gal on the go, or to give your music & movies a boost, check out these high-tech toys for grown-ups.
Stagg, the latest entrant smartphone hook-up app, aims to use variables to help you figure out not only if the guy on the next block is hot, but whether he may be the guy you introduce to your mom.
Grindr Founder & CEO Joel Simkahi sat down with EDGE to talk about a new feature that allows users to specify the type of man they’re seeking, how the ’Grindr for Equality’ campaign is affecting politics, & the realities of safe & not-so-safe sex.
EDGE has compiled a list of the must-have tech items for fall to connect faster, hear better & capture more images in the winter dark.
A Grindr for dating, MeetMoi is a smartphone app that gives you real-time introductions to compatible guys in your area, allowing youto meet after chatting without the commitment required by dating sites. This may just revolutionize the smartphone!
The Wall Street Journal reports that two students from a Texas university were outed due to a loophole in Facebook’s privacy settings, which greatly upset the young adult’s fathers.
Facebook & other websites are finally facing up to the fact that teens are using social media for cyberbullying and are taking steps to prevent it -- or at least make it easy for victims to get help.
The next time you’re on Manhunt, keep in mind that the men you’re chatting with aren’t the only ones interested in your profile. Without notifying its users, Manhunt has launched an ad agency to help marketers target them once they’ve logged off.
Facebook’s new two-grooms/two-brides cake topper icons may seem unimportant. But in a world dominated by social media, the presence of loving same-sex couples is another step in acceptance of marriage equality.
Electronic Arts will not censor its game despite thousands of letters complaining of LGBT inclusion. While one right winger warns of RuPaul as Darth Vader, video games are as unsuccessful a target as JC Penney & Starbucks.
Forget GPS & CD player. The new tech toys for cars include: 40-gig hard drive for music; HDMI entertainment system; ultrasonic sensors; voice-activated navigation; USB port; radar; and camera.
From a personal jetpack to a tiny round PC whose ’screen’ is your wall, 2012 promises to be the year the future finally arrives.
Scientists working to find a way to model an HIV virus, and thus replicate, study, & fight, turned to a unique group for help: online gamers. What’s more surprising: They came up with a perfect model.
Tim Cook’s taking over from legendary Steve Jobs to head Apple makes him the most prominent gay businessman in the country -- although he remains coy about his sexual orientation.
The mChip, a credit card-sized HIV and STD test that fits into your wallet, could revolutionize the delivery of results when it is finally released here.
Gay men love to travel & summer is the best time to check out all the great mobile apps that make getting there, finding your way around and, yes, getting laid, easier than ever.
The president does it. Sarah Palin does it. It helped ensure passage of gay marriage in New York. It’s tweeting. It’s fast, it’s easy and it’s fun. It can also get you into trouble. Just ask ex-U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner.
In their first joint interview, the creators of the Disappointing Gay Best Friend web series speak about their off-screen relationship as EDGE Columnist Oscar Raymundo goes behind the scenes of the latest YouTube and Vimeo gay-themed video sensation.
This month, Grindr celebrates its two-year anniversary, and the app has recently gone through the biggest changes since its debut. EDGE columnist Oscar Raymundo spoke directly with founder and CEO, Joel Simkhai, and got to ask him... "are you cut?"
So what if the only thing you know about cars is how to holler out the sunroof? EDGE columnist Oscar Raymundo asked several self-proclaimed "car guys" about their ultimate hot rod. Check out their choices, guaranteed to never leave you stranded.
EDGE columnist Oscar Raymundo goes deep into his imagination to bring out one of his darkest fears to life: being murdered after using a social media check-in app like FB Places, Foursquare, Gowalla or Loopt. You’ll think twice about checking-in tonight.
EDGE columnist Oscar Raymundo had a hard time swallowing the "It Gets Better" campaign, but he was quite impressed with the many corporate videos that surfaced from tech companies like Pixar and Facebook.
EDGE columnist Oscar Raymundo has been working hard all winter searching high and low for the rarest specimen of them all: the hot gay tech guy. He’s found ten! So without further ado, the last five...
EDGE columnist Oscar Raymundo has been working hard all winter searching high and low for the rarest specimen of them all: the hot tech gay guy. And, lucky you, he’s found 10! So without further ado, the first 5...
There’s a new Twitter in town, and of course, early-adopting, young gays have already staked it as their own personal playground. Is there enough fun left to reblog? EDGE columnist Oscar Raymundo thinks so, and tells you why Tumbling is here to stay.
The most popular couple on XTube has the balls to go into publishing. Will the millions of online views translate to hard copies or fall flaccid? It’s up to Cole and Hunter to prove they really deserve to be called the Maverick Men.
After being outed on a podcast, tweeting twice about jumping off a bridge, blogging about undergoing liposuction and constantly being harassed by anonymous bullies, you’d think tech celeb Nick Starr would want to log off and go off. Well, you’re wrong.
You’re not my type, but what if the reason is the color of your skin? Racial prejudice, personal preference or just politically incorrect? EDGE columnist Oscar Raymundo logs on Grindr to find out what happens when race gets in the way of cyber sex.
What happened when a San Francisco escort began loading videos of his load online? EDGE columnist Oscar Raymundo clicked on the link and entered the world of Rentboy 2.0. Talk about taking new media to a higher peak.
Grindr is so over, there’s even a straight version now. What’s next in gay mobile technology? Check it out!
When his then-boyfriend blocked him on Twitter, EDGE contributor Oscar Raymundo started getting suspicious. Should we follow our instincts or just follow Twitter?
Fascinated by the convergence of technology, sociology and sex, EDGE columnist Oscar Raymundo deconstructs "the mirror pic." Are these self-portraits genuine representations or self-objectification? Beauty, nowadays, is in the iPhone of the beholder.
In the 21st century, millions of people still worship at the altar of Cupid... OkCupid that is. The popular dating site is responsible for countless awkward first dates and more than a couple trips down the altar. EDGE columnist Oscar Raymundo logged on t
You’ve been Facebook poked! If the poker is a girl, she thinks she’s being cute (and will likely ask you to "marry" her later). If he’s a straight guy, he’s gay. If he’s gay, it means only one thing: poke war!
Sharing your sex life with thousands of readers might sound glamorous, but it’s not all Carrie Bradshaw. EDGE columnist Oscar Raymundo opens up about his sex blog- and why it’s time to let it go.
The problem with making the computer personal again is that with one click, all of our information could be long gone. EDGE columnist Oscar Raymundo learned the lesson the hard way; remember to back-up, boys!
It’s the holiday season, and your family wants you to bring the boy over to meet the family. Great! But how do you introduce Mr. Right who started out as a right now, one-night stand you met on a sex site?