Not an April Fools’ prank Cloudflare is launching its own consumer DNS service today, on April Fools’ Day, that promises to speed up your internet connection and help keep it private. The service is using
Someone has to write that software. Why not you? There are thousands of programming languages, but some are far more popular than others. When a company goes out to find new programming talent, they're
Edward Snowden says UK spies can send 'Smurfs' to hack into your phone and gain 'total control' over it
Snowden told the BBC that GCHQ has something called "Smurf suite," which is a collection of spying programs that the agency can use to hack into the phones of suspected terrorists. One tool is called Smurf."
Samsung isn't the only Windows PC maker to have hijacked Windows' update process as of late. Users have noticed that some Lenovo PCs running Windows 7 and 8 (such as the Yoga 3) had firmware that automatically
Those who speak Toki Pona say linguistic simplicity can enable a more profound form of communication. In Chinese, the word computer translates directly as electric brain. In Icelandic, a compass is a and
The more scientists examine H2O, the stranger it starts to seem. Water bends all the rules – but if it didn’t, ice would sink and firefighters’ hoses would be useless Water is the only substance on Earth
People avoid going out by themselves because they think they'll appear antisocial, but it turns out they'll end up having a lot more fun than they expected. Two years ago, a Dutch creative agency opened
Google’s convergence of Chrome and Android is taking a big step forward this week. After launching a limited App Runtime for Chrome (ARC) back in September, Google is expanding its beta project to allow
fastcoexist.com - About the author Jay is a freelance journalist, formerly a staff writer for Fast Company. He writes about technology, inequality, and the Middle East. He read a lot of Walter Benjamin in college and his favorite sci-fi author is Ursula K More
You’ll lead a more fulfilled life Comfort can lead to laziness, and as we’ve already touched on stepping outside of our comfort zone can lead to heightened activity and optimal performance. Comfort may
Edward Snowden,Computing,NSA,The NSA files,GCHQ,Privacy,Mobile phones,Mobile phones,Technology sector,Telecommunications industry,Internet,Technology Edward Snowden’s astute revelations show that no electronic
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And these days, a traditional resume often just won't cut it. We've found cool, eye-catching resumes on Instagram and Pinterest, but these are the most creative techie resumes we've seen over the years.
Hackers would love to weasel their way on to your smartphone or tablet, just like they try to do your computer. That's how they steal sensitive information like account details, passwords, important texts,