If you’re one of the 1.14 million followers of the @HistoryInPics Twitter account, which posts delightfully obscure pictures of historical subjects and events, you may have asked yourself, “Are they making
For years, tech-savvy folks have talked about how the smart phone will replace things like cameras, wallets and the good old TV remote. But that’s not the only everyday item under attack from these digital
The NSA spying program and the media frenzy surrounding it well and truly brought the subject of online security to the forefront of Internet users’ minds last summer. A blow for the credibility of many
One reason is that security isn’t always a priority for developers in a rush to bring a product to market. Another reason is that humans are stupid. Two weeks ago, a respected crowdfunding site, Kickstarter,
Gizmodo’s Jesus Diaz uses Photoshop to merge together photos of Kiev that were taken before and after the recent Ukraine riots, creating devastating images that juxtapose the previous peace of of the with
UNDATED: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY) In this handout from Microsoft, the new Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is seen in this undated handout. Nadella will take over for Steve Ballmer who has announced his retirement.
Last week at Mobile World Congress, Nokia unveiled a number of new low-cost Android devices under the “X” moniker that aren’t able to access Google’s services. One of the company’s key points during the
Mozilla announced back in January 2013 that it planned to eventually require all plugins to be ‘Click to Play’ by default, meaning that users will need to click on plugins in-page in order to enable them