Adriana Lee

Adriana is the resident writer-slash-culture vulture who has written about everything from smartphones, tablets, apps, accessories, and small biz technology to cooking, fashion, pop culture, newsmakers and the arts. She has appeared on Fox Business News, and her work has been published in Time Magazine, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and others. All of this gives her a unique view on her passions, technology and modern lifestyle. You can find her where the two intersect, at TechnoBuffalo, or follow her on Twitter at @Adra_La

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Tinder, The Dating App For College Students: All The Cool Kids Are Doing It!

Tinder, The Dating App For College Students: All The Cool Kids Are Doing It!

Adriana Lee

Dating has always been a tricky thing. Does she like me? Does he think I’m cute? Should I ask for a phone number? Is there a real person behind this persona? Well, there’s one iPhone app that claims to streamline all of that, making new connections easy, effective and fun. And apparently, it’s got a huge following among college-age users. Tinder is sort of like “Hot or Not,” but with a...

Sex Offenders' Right To Use Facebook Falls Under Free Speech, Federal Appeals Court Rules

Sex Offenders' Right To Use Facebook Falls Under Free Speech, Federal Appeals Court Rules

Adriana Lee

The latest from a federal appeals court in Chicago may make civil liberties advocates cheer, but will likely unsettle parents of children who frequent social networks: The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday that barring registered sex offenders from using Facebook and other social networks is unconstitutional. The American Civil Liberties Union in Indiana had filed...

Walmart's Straight Talk Unlimited iPhone Plan: Neither Unlimited Nor Straight Talk

Walmart's Straight Talk Unlimited iPhone Plan: Neither Unlimited Nor Straight Talk

Adriana Lee

When Walmart swooped in to announce a prepaid iPhone 5 for use with its BYOD (bring your own device) unlimited Straight Talk plan, it seemed like a decent deal. While $649 is a big chunk of change, shoppers who use a Walmart credit card for the purchase can spread out those payments for $25 per month with no interest, and get unlimited voice, text and data for just $45 per month. That’s...