From France to the Philippines, the winners of National Geographic and Dronestagram's International Drone Photography Awards. Images via On March 15, 2014, in association with National Geographic, drone-photography
U.S.-based computer security firm Norse has released a real-time animated map that illustrates ongoing cyberattacks around the world. Without a doubt, the U.S. is getting constantly hammered by hackers.
Bank machine skimmers, which swipe your account as you insert your card, have been getting increasingly harder to spot as the years go by; now, it looks like they're just about undetectable. Researchers
We take portable music for granted these days. Any commuter in any big city in the world is more likely than not to have a pair of earbuds or headphones on as they walk, bike, or ride to their destination.
Clearly this is red card-worthy digital offense. The folks in charge of security at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil probably thought they were being clever by substituting some numbers into "Brazil 2014"
Just because video games are fun doesn't mean they can't mean serious business. People are willing to pay a hefty price for nostalgia and one-of-a-kind releases, and thanks to retro gaming website RacketBoy,
Has your distaste for one-off browser plugins kept you from using Google+’s group video chat service, Hangouts? That’s okay. I feel you. Plugins are the worst. What is this, 1999? Want me to install Shockwave,
Editor’s note: Ted Schlein is a general partner with Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. Earlier in his career, he brought to market the first anti-virus software for commercial use at Symantec and also
UPDATE: It turns out the video in question is not actually of some fantastical Facebook attack after all. Fro Techcrunch: We’ve looked into this further, however, and it turns out this attack bore no to