What if I tell you that your encrypted data may already be cracked by the hackers? Here are some examples why encryption is not as safe as you may believe.
There are many reports about net neutrality and how it can affect us all negatively if it would be removed. Let’s see how it can protect us as a consumer.
If you are always wondering why the Internet provider have slow connection speed, you may want to find out more about wireless spectrum and the crisis it is facing.
Intel has recently started to produce CPUs for mobile. How does its mobile chipset stack up against ARM? Will Intel be able to beat ARM at its own game?
You’re probably so used to charging your devices that you don’t realize how inconvenience it is. Can we see a future without having to charge our devices? Let’s find out.
Things just don’t work the way they should in the Internet. Here are some things you should know about the OpenSSL “Heartbleed” bug and how it affects you.
In the not-so-distant past, we were saying how good 1080p monitor was, and now 4K resolution display is the trend. Do we really need 4K resolution?
Nowadays, buying a headphone is no longer as easy as before. Check out the things you should look out for when buying a pair of headphone.
Facebook was never involved in virtual reality, but with its acquisition of Oculus. What impact with this has on virtual reality’s future?
If one country could ban a website from its borders, what prevents other countries from doing the same? Can Internet regulation ever be good?
Do you know that you can easily compress your high-res images to smaller size without affecting its image quality? Here’s how image compression works.
Some countries carry out Internet censorship and block their citizens from entering websites. How do they do this? Here’s the answer.
Windows XP has been a great OS, but it won’t be supported any more this coming April. Here is what you can do after Windows XP end of support by Microsoft.
It is important to protect yourself from phishing attacks, whether executed by a hacker or NSA. Here’s what you need to know about phishing attacks.
For the first time in history, a smartphone comes with a fingerprint authentication technology. It’s a good a time now to answer some questions about it.
The governments have been using various measures to get hold of our information. So, have we left the era of privacy behind us?
Samsung came out with a new operating system for mobile devices, called Tizen. What makes Tizen any different? Will it be a threat to Android? Let check it out.
One proposition that security experts made recently was to use short sentences as passwords, rather than a complicated string of characters. Let’s see if this is a more secure method.