10 ways 5G will change daily life

5G is here, and everyone at CES 2019 in Las Vegas was talking about what it's going to do.  AT&T has begun its mmWave network in 12 cities in the US – albeit via 5G…

How to mod your Game Boy and Game…

Handheld gaming is a luxury that many take for granted in the modern age. From our smartphones, to home console hybrids such as the Nintendo Switch, gaming on the go has never been easier. However,…

This could be our first look at the…

We’re only around a month from the February 20 launch of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, so we’d expect to start seeing photos of it - and we may have just seen the first one.…

Dell XPS 13 review

Dell’s flagship laptop has returned for 2019, and this year is a return to form for the Dell XPS 13. This leading laptop has finally addressed its most glaring flaw, the webcam, while making a…

This Chrome extension uncovers accused sexual harassers

Back in October 2017, Tarana Burke’s #MeToo went viral, empowering women and survivors of sexual harassment and abuse all over the world. The hashtag welcomed a new era of feminist activism, allowing survivors across the globe…

Zimbabwe blocked internet access, so Anonymous DDoSd the…

For several days, starting on Monday 14 January 2019, Zimbabweans have been without Internet access. This is as a result of the Southern Afrikan country’s government, under rumored instructions from General Chiwenga and the leadership of…

This Month in Patents (January 2018)

Credit: PatentYogi (edited) Ugh, the Gregorian calendar is so boring. That’s why we’re disrupting monthly series with a lunar cycle-based series about the best patents of the last synodic month, picked by the PatentYogi team.…

Why Guerrilla Games stubbornly built its amazing game…

For our ongoing series ‘Fundamentals’ we’re looking at different companies worldwide and the basic principles they were built on. This time: video game developer Guerrilla Games. Guerrilla Games’ picturesque canalside office was originally intended to…

The quiet threat inside internet of things devices

As Americans increasingly buy and install smart devices in their homes, all those cheap interconnected devices create new security problems for individuals and society as a whole. The problem is compounded by businesses radically expanding…