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Finish Off Your Summer With a Scream by Watching These 35 Horror Movies on Netflix

Every month, Netflix welcomes a bunch of new titles and tosses out even more, but one thing remains the same: it always has an incredible treasure trove of terrifying horror movies. This Summer has featured some pretty great titles, so there's no better time to hunker down in the safety of your …

Horror Movies

Choosing UX Design Tools

There’s a big landscape of design tools to choose from, and choosing the right ones isn’t easy. Here are the things to consider as you go about …

What is a Full Stack Designer?

With the introduction of the full stack designer, you will get a clearer understanding of your role and why should you be one to add value to your tea …

Basic Photography Composition Tips

Dear friend; I want to give you some basic photography composition tips:<p>1. Triangles and Diagonals<p>First of all, to make stronger compositions, look …

ISO Explained for Beginner Photographers

For beginning photographers, one of the hardest parts of learning photography is figuring out all those exposure settings.You know...aperture, …

Five Tips for Product Photography with David Butler

Have you thought about trying your hand at product photography? Most of us see it in some form or fashion everyday. Some people might not give it …

WikiLeaks’ latest release of CIA cyber-tools could blow the cover on agency hacking operations

By Ellen Nakashima<p>Ellen Nakashima<p>National security reporter<p>Email Bio Follow<p>WikiLeaks’ latest disclosure of CIA cyber-tools reveals a technique used by the agency to hide its digital tracks, potentially blowing the cover on current and past hacking operations aimed at gathering intelligence on …

News

How End-to-End Encryption Can (and Can't) Protect You From Snooping

It's a powerful privacy tool but it still has its limits.<p>Now that Congress has shot down rules that would have protected your online privacy, there has never been a better time to take your information security into your own hands. But it can be little bit confusing. Encryption is good yes, but how …

Watch NASA Attach An Inflatable Space Habitat To The Space Station

There's just one catch: you'll have to tune in at 5:30 am Eastern time on Saturday to see it<p>The International Space Station is getting an expansion.<p>The Bigelow Expandable Activity Module (BEAM) hitched a ride to the space station on Friday's SpaceX launch. The module rode folded up in the trunk of …

The 12 most disappointing new TV shows of the year

Although the shows may star huge names, revive old franchises, or become critical favorites, they ultimately have to win over the viewers.<p>It's tough to live up to the hype, and in today's TV landscape, there's very little forgiveness for shows that aren't bringing in the ratings.<p>Now that we're …

VR, 360 cameras, and Chatbots, oh my! Here's everything you missed from Facebook's F8

Well folks, that's a wrap. Facebook's F8 keynote is officially over, and the company certainly announced some pretty spectacular new products and features.<p>From chatbots in Messenger to a new open-source 360-degree camera, this year's F8 was perhaps the most exciting F8 conference to date -- and …

Internet Of Things Raspberry Pi IoT HAT (video)

Raspberry Pi enthusiasts that enjoy building IoT projects using the Pi PC might be interested in a new Raspberry Pi HAT that has been specifically …

Google Calendar Goals – a new feature that will help you actually do what you want

Some of you can’t live without Google Calendar. It’s a great way to organize your meetings, parties and other important events, especially for Android users who live by Google’s services. But what about those goals that live outside your strict routine? This is why Google Calendar has introduced …

Next-Gen Cybersecurity Is All About Behavior Recognition

Larry Alton Contributor<p>Larry Alton is an independent business consultant specializing in social media trends, business and entrepreneurship.<p>More posts by this contributor:<p>Just how vulnerable is election technology?<br>• Could sensor technology determine the future of the NFL?<p>In the wake of devastating …

The dark net will soon be home to Tesla and Tesco

The dark net is synonymous with the secretive world of whistleblower sites, illegal pornography and the Silk Road drugs marketplace. Things that, for …

Why Humanity's Survival May Depend on Colonizing Mars

Innovation<p>After decades of space exploration and countless movies on the subject, why exactly does Mars continue to inspire such high levels of cultural and scientific fascination?<p>Both the red planet and NASA are coasting on a wave of newfound popularity, taking center stage in big-budget Hollywood …

The Dark Web isn't as revolutionary as you'd think

When the United States Naval Research Laboratory began development of The Onion Router (TOR) in the mid-1990’s they meant well.<p>How could they have known it would eventually become a popular habitat for hackers, child pornographers and criminals?<p>The goal was to create a portal where dissidents of …

Privacy

Astronomers say they’ve made a key discovery that could predict our planet’s demise

Astronomers have made the first direct discovery of a white dwarf star being orbited by a disintegrating minor planet that will ultimately collide into it. The observation, made by the Kepler space telescope, offers a glimpse into what could happen to the Earth in a few billion years as the Sun, …

A History of Internet Spying, Part I

In last year's documentary <i>Citizenfour,</i> Edward Snowden said, "I remember what the internet was like before it was being watched." Snowden is just 31 …

Surveillance

Programming Hate Into AI Will Be Controversial, But Possibly Necessary

Zoltan Istvan Contributor<p>Zoltan Istvan is a futurist and 2018 California gubernatorial candidate of the Libertarian Party.<p>More posts by this contributor:<p>Is monetizing federal land the way to pay for basic income?<br>• Will the coming robot nanny era turn us into technophiles?<p>In the last few years, the …

How to Hire an HTML5 Developer

With so many web languages out there, it is difficult to comprehend the reason why going from HTML to HTML5 is advantageous. If you understand how …

Programmers Design Differently: Why I Built a CSS Plugin for Sketch 3

Listen to this post here: http://www.narrated.org/narrated/programmers-design-differently<p>I was hours into designing my next project, and I simply …

Turn your old laptop into a Chromebook with Neverware’s CloudReady

If you have ever wanted to turn your old laptop into a Chromebook, that is now possible with Neverware’s CloudReady. In a partnership with Google, …

School Districts

HTML5: Improving Forms With Autocomplete

To complete form input faster, browsers offer the option of autocompletion. The entries made by the user are saved and suggested when the same or a …

Feel stuck after learning the basics? Here’s how to learn beyond HTML and CSS

Ok, so you are well after learning and reading some books about CSS and or HTML, and the next thing is “I want to build a site”.<p>But how can you go …

How to Protect Yourself from the NSA If You Use 1024-bit DH Encryption

In a post on Wednesday, researchers Alex Halderman and Nadia Heninger presented compelling research suggesting that the NSA has developed the …

SSH

This free Android app does something awesome that no iPhone can

Smartphones can be used to control computers remotely with the right apps installed on both devices, but there may be cases where you want to do the …

Apps

Could the Oculus Rift help give Second Life a second life?

Second Life—the online world once considered the hottest destination on the internet—never got much past a million users. But its creators think virtual-reality headsets could help give it a new lease of life.<p>Linden Lab, the San Francisco company behind the 12-year-old role-playing game, is …