The website of Jamie Oliver has been found to be harbouring malicious software for a second time. Two security companies have independently found evidence that hackers put malicious code on the site. visiting
Sometimes 160 characters just can't adequately express what you're trying to say, but a soundless loop of the Bluth family doing his best impression of a chicken will. Google knows this and has added GIF
Google has just announced that YouTube now supports 360-degree video, for both uploading and watching. These new videos are only watchable on the Android app and through embedded videos in Chrome, though
(CNN) — There's a bit of video that goes around the Internet every so often, showing a couple of clueless 1990s television hosts trying to decipher the mysteries of the Internet. "What is Internet, anyway?"
Twitter has bought livestreaming startup, Periscope, for real this time. In fact, In fact, it seems the acquisition happened back in January – it simply hadn’t been announced. Periscope tweeted out the
Android 5.1 has been available to Nexus devices for a little while now, and it looks like one of its neatest features - sorry HD Voice and Device Protection - isn't quite ready for public consumption Thanks