In the wake of a rash of high-profile hack-attacks, Twitter has finally introduced two-step verification, an extra security measure used to keep unwanted “guests” out of private accounts.
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Today, the search giant is showing off Google Trends, an ever evolving list of data that lists exactly what you’d think; the top searches as they’re happening.
Google is looking to take flight. On Thursday the search giant, through its secretive Google X division – which is responsible for research and development – acquired Makani Power.
Logitech announced this week that it has designed a new $60 iPad keyboard made specifically for the classroom environment.
A new customer satisfaction survey shows that Apple’s approval ratings may be slipping just one year after being included in the list for the first time. However, the iPhone still comfortably tops the charts above competitors like Motorola and Samsung.
The Agent timepiece looks like a smartwatch and acts like a smartwatch. It tells time, displays incoming calls and messages, measures the distance you run and controls your music. While it’s mostly like the other smartwatches out there, itt aims to separate itself from the crowd with a long-lasting battery and “trend setting design.”
The Scanadu Scout is a real-life Tricorder, a device from the Star Trek universe meant to measure vital signs by simply placing it on your forehead or temple.
So you’ve just been given a lifetime achievement award from the great, ambiguous Internet. What’s the best way to respond to such a prestigious honor? By stoking the coals of a long-burning debate about the pronunciation of a word.
German software maker SAP AG announced on Tuesday that it plans to recruit hundreds of people with autism for jobs in software testing, programming and quality assurance due to their ability to focus and their eagerness to identify problems.
Teenagers are wising up to the risks of sharing too much personal information on social media, and are increasingly taking formal and informal steps to protect their online privacy.
While fire ants are despised for their painful bites, the tiny creatures are masters at tunneling, and this expertise could be put to good use. Researchers are now looking at how fire ants manage to tunnel quickly through even fine, loose sand in an effort to aid the design of search-and-rescue robots.
AT&T has come under fire in the past for blocking video chatting services and strong arming customers into abandoning their unlimited packages to use them.
Last week the hacker collective Anonymous began advertising another one of their “campaigns” to attack the US government as a form of protest. Taking to Twitter, the group said they planned to “disrupt activities” at US Naval Base Guantanamo Bay in protest of the way prisoners have reportedly been treated there.
The ink hardly had time to dry on Yahoo’s acquisition of Tumblr when CEO Marrisa Mayer took the stage in New York to announce a brand new Flickr redesign, complete with larger images and an entire terabyte of cloud storage offered to every user.
While the Xbox 360 system won’t exactly be put out to pasture for a little while, this holiday season will see the arrival of the Xbox One, which Microsoft promises will usher in a new generation of games, TV and entertainment.
Technology news website Ars Technica says it discovered that Microsoft may be snooping into those private messages being sent over Skype.
According to a Dell executive, the company's pocket-sized Ophelia computer will begin shipping to developers for beta testing in July and to the general public as early as August.
Video games often allow players to stop an alien invasion, defeat the bad guy and save the world. However, realistic looking opponents in games could increase aggression in the players.
According to rumors, production of Apple’s fifth-generation iPad is set to start “soon,” with large-scale production ramping up in July. This will put the production rates at about two to three million units come September.
Google’s killing spree continues, this time resulting in the discontinuation of Google Checkout, an online payment processing business. Google launched Checkout to compete with other popular e-commerce companies such as Amazon and eBay.
In 2010, Google became one of the first companies to openly admit they had been attacked by Chinese hackers. This admission sparked an ongoing battle between the Chinese government and the American-owned search giant.
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- The round disk used to play winks in the game of tiddlywinks.
- Someone who squidges a wink in the game of tiddlywinks.
- Albert Einstein