Data: companies want it, users have it, and it’s valuable. But it’s not often clear what user data consists of, where it goes, and how it’s profitable.
How Things Work
How Things Work explains complicated technology in simple words so you can understand how everything works.
Have you wondered why you can’t access popular services like Facebook or WhatsApp in China? This is because of the great firewall of China. Learn more about it here.
A banking trojan disguises itself as a genuine app so as to access your banking details. Learn all about banking trojans and how to keep yourself safe.
Most of the new phones and computers you buy come with pre-installed software in them. This bloatware can be annoying at best and storage hogs at worst. But what can you do about it?
Blockchains and cryptocurrencies are parts of a cryptographically administrated and secured system. Despite being used as interchangeable terms, they’re not the same thing.
Code injection is an attack perpetrated by an attacker’s ability to inject and execute malicious code into an application. Here’s how code injection works in detail.
SIM hijacking has been around for a while, and its becoming a lot more popular for hackers to steal phone numbers and use them to gain access to accounts.
Nvidia revealed their newest lineup of graphics cards which include ray tracing. What exactly is ray tracing, and why is it so important to the future of gaming?
You have heard of virtualization everywhere, but what does it really mean? Find out here.
Deeplocker is an application made by IBM to demostrate how one software can use AI to turn itself into malware that strikes only the right people.
There are many apps that filter out blue light so you can sleep better at night. How can blue light hurt you? Do blue light filtering apps really work? Let’s find out.
Bluetooth Profiles are a set of rules that allow technology to complete a particular task. Here are some of the most commonly used Bluetooth Profiles on your mobile.
A new type of desktop shortcut malware changes the destination a desktop shortcut is pointing to so it executes malware on click.
As humans, we have to claim we’re not robots fairly often. But there’s more to captchas than meets the eye, and they’re far from foolproof.
Every web URL ends with something like .com, .net, etc. Those three letters are called Top Level Domains and are important to bring you to where you want to go.
When looking at headphones specs, you will come across an item called “driver.” Find out what the earphones driver is and how it affects audio quality.
Apps like Shazam and Soundhound are great for identifying music. They are easy to use, but how they work is a mystery.
RSS feeds are still a fantastic tool for any news junkie, market-watcher, or social-media-averse individual.