Cutting the cord feels great- we can finally stick it to those cable companies who have been charging absurd prices for worthless TV for decades now.
Hackers were especially busy this year, developing a new species of malware to worry about. It’s called “ransomware”, and as we continue to look ahead to the new year, it’s going to be an even bigger deal than in 2015.
Since last January, the tech world has been reading the tea leaves on Yahoo, wondering aloud what will become of this aging behemoth.
Print is long dead and nobody reads books any more anyway. Yet e-book revenues continue to climb. What’s really happening to reading?
Last Spring after months of teeth pulling, Hillary Clinton finally revealed why she chose to use her own email account for sensitive government communications. Her explanation: “I opted for convenience”. Let’s hope she didn’t also opt for convenience when she chose her passwords.
When it comes to imagining the power of humanity to change the world for the better, nobody puts teeth into the conversation like Elon Musk. His latest venture, the PowerWall Home Battery, is set to lead a revolution in the way we use and distribute power.
Why there is just no way we’ll ever keep hackers out of our cars