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The Largest Update to HTTP in 16 Years Has Been Finalized

Today, the next major version of HTTP took a big step toward becoming a reality; it’s been officially finalized and now moves towards being fully standardized.<p>According to a blog by Mark Nottingham, the chair of the IETF HTTP Working Group, the standard was completed today and is on its way to the …

Microsoft's imaging tech is (sometimes) better than you at spotting objects

Many computer vision projects struggle to mimic what people can achieve, but Microsoft Research thinks that its technology might have already trumped humanity... to a degree, that is. The company has published results showing that its neural network technology made fewer mistakes recognizing …

Samsung swears its smart TVs aren't eavesdropping on you

Over the weekend, quite a few people panicked at the phrasing of Samsung's smart TV privacy policy. Its warning that third parties would get your sensitive spoken info conjured up images of Orwellian telescreens spying on their viewers. The reaction was largely paranoia (this was just a description …

Watching People Code Could Be The Next Big Thing

Twitch made streaming video games into a hugely popular phenomenon, so what could be next big livestreaming thing? Perhaps it’s watching other people code.<p>An emerging trend appears to be live streams in which viewers can tune in to watch people code things like Minecraft servers, writing a compiler …

The Apple Watch Just Got a Huge New Competitor

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Google Glass 'to be redesigned from scratch'

The next version of Google Glass will look completely different from the original protoype following the end of the Explorer programme, sources have said<p>The next version of Google Glass to be launched will look nothing like its predecessor, after sources close to the new head of the project claim …

Samsung Reveals Galaxy S6 Curves As Prices Leak

Rumours come and go, but one consistent in recent months has been that the Galaxy S6 will come in two versions, one with a curved edge display. Now Samsung has given us a strong hint that this is exactly what it has been working on.<p>Today the South Korean giant issued press invites for its ‘Galaxy …

Let's Encrypt - Free SSL/TLS Certificates

Apr 4, 2018<p>How Signed Certificate Timestamps get embedded in certificates<p>Dec 7, 2017<p>While we’re proud of what we accomplished in 2017, we are …

This is how phishing scams trick you

After all the warnings, how do people still fall for email “phishing” scams? New research shows how certain strategies on the part of the scammers …

Youth For Technology’s 3D Africa Program Wants To Get More Girls Into STEM Subjects

Non-profit Youth For Technology wants to encourage girls in Africa to get into science and engineering through 3D printing. The group is currently running a flexible funding campaign on Indiegogo and will use the money to help cover the costs of buying equipment for schools.<p>The program, called 3D …

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Microsoft's HoloLens explained: How it works and why it's different

Microsoft has a vision for the future, and it involves terms and technology straight out of science fiction.<p>But are we actually glimpsing that future? Yes and no.<p>Microsoft's HoloLens, which the company unveiled at its Redmond, Wash., headquarters on Wednesday, is a sleek, flashy headset with …

Google addresses WebView security concerns, makes recommendations on how to stay safe

If you are still waiting for Google to do something about the WebView vulnerabilities in older Android releases, you may not be a fan of their official response to the matter. Google says they’ve already fixed it, sort of, but at least offered ways that you can protect yourself and your data going …

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