Since 2007 the ubiquity of “https://” in URLs has increased almost exponentially. Is using HTTPS everywhere necessarily a good thing?
Speculation suggests Samsung and LG are producing foldable smartphones in late 2017. Let’s see how this might be a decent idea and some of the caveats it may have.
With the evolution of consumer technology reaching a tipping point, perhaps it’s time we looked at what we should be thinking when buying new technology.
With a new set of rules that would compel your ISP to ask questions before gathering your data, is it actually going to protect privacy for people on the Web?
We have seen great technologies leap foward in 2016. As 2017 approaches, we must discuss what top tech trends are in store for us in the year to come!
TOR has become such a popular application that many people trust it completely without knowing how it works. Here are some of the common myths about TOR you should know.
Nvidia’s NVENC allows the use the GPU to encode video streams so as to reduce video conversion time. Here’s how to get Nvidia’s NVENC working in Ubuntu.
There are plenty of features in VLC player. Here are a few more hidden gems that really demonstrate just how amazing VLC is. Check them out.
Can image files like JPEGs or PNG spread viruses? We tend to believe not, but here’s an incident on how images are used to infect computers through social media. Let’s find out!
With Skype removing the need to have user accounts to participate in conversations, user accounts might become obsolete in the near future. Here’s why.
Even though Microsoft is actively pushing Windows 10, its market share is still far behind Windows 7. Did Windows 10 flop? How did things get this way?
Baggage loss in flights is still one of the biggest issue for airlines. Let’s see how new technology can help airlines stop losing your luggage.
A lot of high-end laptops or CPU/GPU coolers are using “vapor chamber” as a selling point. How is this better than the traditional cooling techniques? Let’s find out.
Yahoo submitted a patent for a “smart billboard” that uses demographics to show targeted ads to passerby. Is this “smart billboard” considered an invasion of privacy? Let’s find out.
With the rise of the Internet of Things, it is easier for botnets to carry out DDOS attacks. See how the IoT can become tomorrow’s botnets.
The United States has relinquished control of IANA to ICANN, effectively giving up its influential stake on the Internet. What does this mean? Did The U.S. just give up control of the Internet? Let’s find out!
Google releases software that can automatically generate a caption based on the objects and setting of an image. This may be a stepping stone towards something greater on the road to more advanced artificial intelligence.
Both AdBlock and Facebook consider each other a thorn in their side. But what do Facebook engineers do that frustrates AdBlock developers so much?