We thank Twitter often for the humor it drops into our lives, but a new recent hashtag has actually cast a spell over us because of its sheer greatness. #GOPDnD has become a topic on Twitter, a hashtag that explores how members of the Republican party would play Dungeons & Dragons. Show More Summary
Baidu’s chief scientist, Andrew Ng, is leaving the company, saying he plans to explore a new chapter in his artificial-intelligence work.
Ads, Ads, and more ads. It’s something you have to deal with whenever you’re on the Internet, and from the looks of it, it’s something you’re going to have to see in Facebook videos too. But there are places where you’re used to seeing ads, and it’s even a little odd when they’re not there. Show More Summary
Testing using Chrome, Internet Explorer, Edge, and Firefox!
If there's one complaint about Chrome that keeps popping up lately, it's that Google's web browser — once a lightweight alternative to the much slower Internet Explorer and Firefox — is a resources hog. Now, Google has partly addressed...Show More Summary
The browser is the gateway to the World Wide Web. But the way we use a browser hasn’t changed much since Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome started battling with Internet Explorer and Safari. What’s the future of browsers? How will we access the internet a few years down the line? Here’s a sneak peek. Show More Summary
Scientists will hope that the robot submarine will discover something that draws as much attention as the odd story of how it got its name.
How secure is your browser? By the start of 2017 I imagine most people have jumped ship from the treacherous experience known as Internet Explorer. The most popular browser around the globe is Google Chrome, while many Windows 10 users have found a home with the Microsoft Edge browser. Show More Summary
(University of Huddersfield) University of Huddersfield psychology researchers have entered the world of internet trolls and their abusive, aggressive language, directed towards those who disagree with them. Described in a new journal...Show More Summary
Google found a serious security flaw in Microsoft's Edge and Internet Explorer browsers three months ago, but there's no fix in sight.
Google’s Project Zero security division published details of a Windows 10 Edge and Internet Explorer 11 vulnerability that allows remote hackers to crash both browsers and execute malicious code. Read more...
In case you happen to be one of the eight percent that still relies on Edge and Internet Explorer to surf the internet, it might be time to reconsider your preferences. Google has disclosed a still-active vulnerability in the two browsers that Microsoft apparently ignored for more than three months. Show More Summary
Google's Project Zero security research team has found a vulnerability that could lead to remote code execution in Microsoft's Edge and Internet Explorer browsers. This is the fourth Microsoft bug that Google has disclosed in recent months. Microsoft has yet to properly patch three of the security flaws. More »
Google's Project Zero has exposed another security flaw in Microsoft software — this time in Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge....
Google disclosed a security vulnerability in Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer yesterday that Microsoft failed to patch up until now. This is the second vulnerability that Google disclosed this mean. Last week, the company disclosed a Windows vulnerability that affected the gdi32.dll dynamic link library in Windows. Show More Summary
The word on the internet is The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has a rather large map to explore. Let’s find out if such rumblings are true. In this video from Arekkz, who has spent plenty of time with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild at events over the last few […]
Everyone who uses a modern version of Windows and Microsoft's browsers--both Internet Explorer and Edge--should install the surprise patch.
A new documentary explores the enigma of Kim Dotcom, the internet pirate who the U.S. has been trying to extradite for five years.
There’s no denying that, over the past decade and a half, music has opened up. The internet’s made way for genre explorations and collaborations that, before, might have never seemed possible; it’s obliterated regionalism (and perhaps territorialism), given global music acolytes access to the micro-est of genres,… Read more...
Good morning everyone, happy Presidents Day! I am writing this post from beautiful, sunny Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, and I hope you have the day off as well to explore the world. When I travel, staying connected is always a huge priority to me, so finding free, reliable Wifi is important. Show More Summary