Wired reports that the "BadUSB" vulnerability, first developed by security researchers, has been released online. This means that hackers can now start using it to infect computers. The "good" news is
It’s a great scientific irony that water is full of oxygen yet none of it is breathable to humans. But that might be about to change, thanks to a research team in Denmark and a bizarre crystal they’ve
The Escapist’s Jim Sterling posted an excellent video recently on the concept of “caveat emptor”—or “buyer beware”—in the video game industry. Essentially, Jim argues that not all customers can be aware
There is no sin greater in gaming than wasting the player’s time. We can earn more money, we can buy more games, we can forget about the bad experiences playing certain titles, but time is irreplaceable.
Unless you live under a rock, you're probably aware that Lamborghini took the wraps off a new car last week. But even if this isn't the first you've heard about the freshest Italian supercar, we've rounded
Update to add comment from Google on U2F technology. If there’s one thing that decades of computer use have taught security experts, it’s that most of us are really bad at creating good passwords. After
Microsoft posted a guide to Xbox One voice commands, including how to navigate menus, control volume and multitask, on its Tumblr. The image, which you can view on Tumblr, features more than 30 commands.
Intel's current Xeon Phi doesn't really fulfill the promise of many-core computing -- it's a co-processor that needs a 'real' CPU to function. That will change when the next-generation Knights Landing