We have all read recent hacking headlines- everything from internal emails from Sony being dumped to Hillary Clinton’s emails that were leaked online – but this hack is really interesting and dangerous. Why? Because when emails are dumped or when ATM pins are compromised, you know what the hackers’ intentions are – to embarrass a
This has got to be the most unusual presentation I have ever read or even heard of. At a recent defcon, Chris Rock a security researcher made a presentation on How to Overthrow a Government (yes, you read that right). He actually took an example of Kuwait and then presented how one can use a
An interesting read that consolidates WSJ’s take on modular production, 3D printing, apps, food technology et al.
Enjoy… The Future of Everything
A recent excellent post from Android Authority about battery myths was enlightening -because I believed in 3 of them. I bet most of us will believe in all or most of these – but they are all myths
Plugging in your charger into phone all night long damages the phone: not true. Many years
As if there weren’t enough reasons to want to buy a Model X , Elon Musk just gave us another one – Model X’s Bioweapon Defense Mode. This mode will rapidly clean air inside the car – like really really clean it. To prove the point, Tesla built a ‘bubble’ and put a Model X
No explanation needed – just be amazed at how ubiquitous internet has become. By looks of it, we need to get a lot better at data compression!
An updated infographic from Excelacom
With all the ‘black days‘ and Christmas coming up, I was looking up revenues generated during this season and stumbled upon this excellent video on the first e-commerce transaction in the world by Shopify. Check it out :
Its interesting that at one point in the video, Shopify talks about a transaction in which a
The world’s first universal access by Google Loon is coming to Sri Lanka .. never thought i would be envious of our neighbor to the south!
Read about it Google Loon in Sri Lanka
Yesterday, the term ‘strictly private social network’ piqued my curiosity. I mean, isn’t the whole point of social networks to be less private and go public with every little thing happening in your life? Why else will my Facebook feed resemble personal diaries of my 200+ ‘friends’ documenting mostly boring details – vacations (same faces /
Bet a lot of people are feeling nostalgic about good ole’ days at Apple – those were the days when Apple was the underdog (and who doesn’t root for the underdog?) against the big bad Microsoft, and later, Blackberry or Nokia.
Not any longer. Now Apple has joined the ranks of massive companies the underdogs