Following Apple’s last-minute patent licensing settlement with Qualcomm today, Intel has unexpectedly dropped out of the 5G modem-making business for smartphones. The Santa Clara-based chipmaker says is
Finally stopped using Internet Explorer? Good! But, now it’s time to completely delete it from your computer, too. Security researcher John Page has discovered a new security flaw that allows hackers steal
I am about to sell my engagement ring, more than 15 years after the proposal. It has been sitting in a drawer, largely forgotten, although from time to time I have taken it out and thought about how different
It's always unnerving, that moment we wave our luggage goodbye at check-in and watch it roll down the conveyor belt and into the great unknown. That suitcase does, after all, contain all our favourite,
The iPod turns 20 this year — holy you-know-what! Apple’s first foray into truly disruptive technology since the PC wars is basically old enough to drink. And it was followed by a string of lucrative with
Email content and logins were safe, however. You'll want to keep an eye out for suspicious activity if you use Microsoft's webmail services. The company has confirmed to TechCrunch that "cybercriminals"
Magnum photographer Olivia Arthur spent time in Saudi Arabia in 2009 and 2010. Her project Jeddah Diary offers a glimpse at lives rarely seen in public. “What I tried to do is really give people my experience,
Thomas Jorion spent ten years photographing the faded glory of empty palaces and summer homes. This article originally appeared on VICE Italy Paris-based photographer Thomas Jorion has gone out of his
Veteran trader Peter Brandt recently made a bold prediction, stating that bitcoin could reach $50,000 in the next two years. Credited with forecasting bitcoin’s more than 80% decline in 2018, Brandt cited
Travel Experience one of the longest train rides in the world. 4 Minute Read Story and Photographs by Danielle Amy It’s pouring rain as we board the train in Vladivostok, a major port city in the Far of
From teaching the locals how to swim to holding skateboarding workshops for the village school, we spoke to Forbes Asia 30 under 30 honoree, Ishita Malaviya. This article originally appeared on VICE India.
Make your tweets ephemeral and your Facebook impenetrable Social apps have long provided privacy settings to help you manage who can see your posts. Yet, time and again, we find ourselves surprised to
Masih Alinejad is the author of “The Wind in My Hair: My Fight for Freedom in Modern Iran” and the founder of the #WhiteWednesdays campaign in Iran. Roya Hakakian is co-founder of the Iran Human Rights
The challenge of each generation is knowing which ships have already sailed, and letting them go, and which to try to keep roped in despite high winds. Nowhere is it trickier and scarier to accept change
Female migrants quit factory labour for sex work to survive and provide a better life for relatives back home. Milan, Prato, Rome and Venice, Italy - Wearing a knee-length winter coat, Xiaoyan* waits her