Ex-Google engineer among those pardoned by Donald Trump
Anthony Levandowski won backing from some high-profile Silicon Valley entrepreneurs.
bbc | Technology | 8 hrs ago
 
How Chaotic Redditors Made GameStop Stock Skyrocket (and Made Short Sellers Cry)
A 'short squeeze' on GME stock has driven its price through the roof and lots of reddit gamblers seem to have gotten rich.
reddit | Technology | 12 hrs ago
 
SolarWinds hackers used 7-Zip code to hide Raindrop Cobalt Strike loader
The ongoing analysis of the SolarWinds supply-chain attack uncovered a fourth malicious tool that researchers call Raindrop and was used for distribution across computers on the victim network.
reddit | Technology | 15 hrs ago
 
Stop being naive when it comes to things like WhatsApp, Telegram, Signal, etc.
Facebook is breaking promises about WhatsApp, as expected. Learn how to tell if your next messaging app is going to last or will eventually become horrible just like the others.
reddit | Technology | 19th Jan '21
 
What happens when AI has an overactive imagination?
Google DeepDream explores how artificial intelligence can produce dream-like art.
bbc | Technology | 13th Jan '21
 
The Morning After: Boston Dynamics' dancing robots are back
Robots are doing the twist, Google's super-sized speaker is back and 'Shrek' is on a floppy disk.
reddit | Technology | 31st Dec '20
 
Apple pulled an app that promoted potentially COVID-unsafe parties
Apple has pulled an iOS app called Vybe Together that promoted private parties in New York during the COVID-19 pandemic.
reddit | Technology | 31st Dec '20
 
2-Acre Vertical Farm Run By AI And Robots Out-Produces 720-Acre Flat Farm
Plenty's vertical farm in San Fransisco uses 99% less land, 95% less water, recycled plastic packaging, and is powered by renewable energy.
reddit | Technology | 29th Dec '20
 
Is tier 4 full lockdown? The differences explained
Tough new restrictions imposed as Boris Johnson says new variant of Covid-19 may be up to 70 per cent more transmissible
independent | UK | 20th Dec '20
 
Why You Should Stop Using WhatsApp Until You Change This Critical Setting
Millions of you are putting your security at risk...
reddit | Technology | 20th Dec '20
 
Cyberpunk 2077: How did the release go so wrong?
It was meant to be the biggest game of 2020 - but it's been pulled from stores and players refunded.
bbc | Technology | 18th Dec '20
 
Mexico's Amlo finally congratulates Joe Biden for winning US election
Andrés Manuel López Obrador expressed congratulations in two-page letter, becoming one of the last world leaders to do so
theguardian | World | 15th Dec '20
 
London 'to be put into tougher Tier 3 lockdown even sooner'
Stricter rules look set to be brought in earlier than planned in the capital due to the huge rise in Covid cases
mylondon | UK | 14th Dec '20
 
It's not just you. Google is down.
Google won't load? Or, having problems with Google? Check the status here and report any issues!
reddit | Technology | 14th Dec '20
 
Google Cloud (over)Run: How a free trial experiment ended with a $72,000 bill overnight
Billing budget? Free plan? All useless when buggy code went into overdrive
reddit | Technology | 13th Dec '20
 
Jay-Z drops first products from cannabis brand Monogram
Hip-hop superstar Jay-Z has launched his premium cannabis brand called MONOGRAM, with products ranging between $40 and $70.
reddit | Entertainment | 11th Dec '20
 
Cydia sues Apple alleging its App Store has a monopoly
Cydia all but shut down in 2018
reddit | Technology | 10th Dec '20
 
The robot kitchen that will make you dinner – and wash up too. The price tag of £248,000 might make your eyes water but Moley Robotics claims to have more than 1,000 potential buyers
The price tag of £248,000 might make your eyes water but Moley Robotics claims to have more than 1,000 potential buyers
reddit | Technology | 7th Dec '20
 
Voyager spacecraft find entirely new ‘unique physics’ outside the solar system
The Voyager probes have detected an entirely new kind of electron burst outside the solar system.
independent | Technology | 4th Dec '20
 
First commercially printed Christmas card up for sale
The 117-year-old card is believed to gone on sale the same year Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol was published
theguardian | World | 4th Dec '20
 
The New ‘Nigerian Princes’ of hacking?
BEC hacking is one of the most common types of cyber-attack and experts say Nigeria is its epicentre.
bbc | Technology | 2nd Dec '20
 
Wyze announces $20 smartwatch with nine-day battery life
An affordable smartwatch from the budget brand.
reddit | Technology | 2nd Dec '20
 
Microsoft hints at turning Xbox into an app for your TV | You should be able to stream Xbox games to your TV soon
An Xbox app for your TV in 2021.
reddit | Technology | 25th Nov '20
 
New Brunswick outbreak: How a smalltown doctor became a Covid pariah
After being labelled "patient-zero", a small-town physician in Canada was shunned.
bbc | World | 25th Nov '20
 
This ‘Search Engine Artist’ Tricked Google Into Displaying Her Art
When you typed in ‘The Next American President’.
reddit | Technology | 19th Nov '20
 
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