File-sharing site BitTorrent is pushing forward with its vision for a new kind of web, offering up developer tools and expanding the testing group. The quest is to create open Internet that doesn't rely on servers.
Internet Culture April 12, 2015
The sophisticated malware worm botnet infected thousands of PCs and while it's now been shut down, all the PCs must be cleaned. The cybercrime operation was a global unified team effort.
Geek April 11, 2015
Teenagers are online more each day and also tapping social networks more. Facebook still rules as the top social network, but it's more popular among teen males than females.
Internet Culture April 11, 2015
The discovery of 100-year-old fossils revealed the huge marine lizard, which lived in the dinosaur age, did not give birth along shore lines as prior research indicated. Birth took place out in open ocean waters.
Geek April 11, 2015
Apple claims demand is exceeding supply on the first day of pre-order and device demo appointments, but it's hard to gauge consumer excitement since there are no customary lines outside retail stores. Buyers will have to wait until June, and possibly longer, to get Apple's first wearable on their wrist.
Wearable Tech April 11, 2015
Not even on the market for a week Samsung is making sure Galaxy S6 Edge owners get the latest OS update. But will that make up for the scrached display reports some consumers are reporting?
Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 10, 2015
Jawbone apologizes for delay in release, stating its latest wearable will begin shipping April 20 to those who pre-ordered. The new wearable was announced in November 2014.
Wearable Tech April 10, 2015
There is no reason not to buy the latest drones from DJI given they've got great cameras, stabilizers, real-time feed to YouTube and, most of all, they're just as cheaper as the earlier drone generation.
Gadgets April 9, 2015
To ensure users get the best Netflix viewing and access experience, the video streaming services provider is now endorsing specific TVs it believes deliver a high quality experience.
Internet April 8, 2015
HTC smartphone won't be available in North America or Europe, now or ever. HTC believes the previous smartphone, the One M9, is exactly what those markets need and want.
Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 8, 2015
It's a bit pricier — but it's got a heftier battery pack and some neat additional features that more than make up for the additional cost.
FUTURE TECH April 8, 2015
Once hackers hit a file and data trove, the information can fly fast and furious around the globe. Perhaps what's most surprising is that hackers don't jump on vulnerable data as quickly as most may think.
Internet April 8, 2015
The fast flicker of info from the video teaser doesn't offer up much in terms of spec or insight but seems to be more of a reminder that the LG G4 is arriving later this month.
Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 7, 2015
The court ruling is a huge win in the battle against illegal downloading. It's not yet known whether the ISPs intend to appeal the decision.
Legal April 7, 2015
Not only does the new battery charge in a minute, it may be cheaper than batteries powering mobile devices today. It's also nearly fire-proof. The only challenge is that it only has half the voltage of current batteries.
FUTURE TECH April 7, 2015
Apple offers a 50 percent discount on the Watch and Watch Sport to employees but only $550 for workers looking to buy the high-end $10,000 Edition.
Wearable Tech April 7, 2015
As the Sony Xperia Z3 disappears, big competitors, such as Apple, are prepping new flagship devices for market this year. If it seems Sony's strategy may be moving in a much different direction than Apple, it's because it clearly is.
Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 6, 2015
A California court made history with the first prosecution and guilty verdict of a revenge porn site operation. The sentence sets a precedent in revenge porn, with several similiar cases in progress around the country.
Internet April 6, 2015
A scathing report on a Rolling Stone article by Sabrina Rubin Erdely regarding a gang rape allegation at the University of Virginia says the magazine's story was a monumental failure in journalism and journalistic best practices.
Society April 6, 2015
Drugs and alcohol are no longer the top reasons for car crashes involving teen drivers. Distractions, such as talking with others, playing with digital devices, personal grooming and singing are primary actions leading to road accidents.
FUTURE TECH April 6, 2015