DIY levitation for tiny objects In 2015, researchers made (acoustic) waves when they created the first single-direction sonic tractor beam. Now, the same scientists have developed the invention's design,
Some dangerous bits of code come in surprisingly small sizes. But just a few bytes can be enough to wreck computers and even bring a warship to a standstill. One of the best programming jokes – and there
The agency also continued surveilling friendly heads of state. Just because the United States said it stopped spying on friendly foreign heads of state like Germany's Angela Merkel, doesn't mean that Sam
The support guide, which was spotted by TorrentFreak, guides customers through the "Turbo Transfer" feature of Netgear's "Genie" software. It's meant to make it easy to transfer video files between devices.
Morgan Stanley. Anthem. GitHub. Ashley Madison. WhatsApp. Experian. The Office of Personnel Management. Dow Jones. All of these organizations revealed hacking incidents in 2015. There have been so many
Does CISA mean that the government will one day be able to see that you're reading this right now? Maybe! Last Tuesday, the United States Senate passed the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act, or CISA,
Global Internet freedom – a key measure of privacy, access and free speech on the Web – has declined for the fifth year in a row. Government censorship and an increasingly unrelenting crackdown on privacy
fastcoexist.com - About the author Ben Schiller is a New York staff writer for Fast Company. Previously, he edited a European management magazine and was a reporter in San Francisco, Prague, and Brussels. More