Even Tor fails as cookie bakers get smart and pernicious
Browsers stuck in HTTP aren't blocking the cookies they should…
Let there be light
Telefonica’s O2 has confirmed that it is experimenting with transmitting high speed data using lightbulbs, the brainchild of an Edinburgh University professor Harald Haas.…
A longtime video game developer was arrested at a South Carolina gas station on Wednesday afternoon after suffering significant injuries as the result of a tackle by a police officer. The arrest followed the woman's attempt to film officers arresting fellow shoppers at a QuikTrip store in Rock Hill. Soon afterward, both sides of the arrest told vastly different stories of what exactly happened.
Former Disney, Turbine, and Ubisoft developer Patricia Pizer posted images from her hospital stay on Thursday morning on her Facebook page. A text post attached to the images, apparently written by Pizer's husband, included the following list of injuries that she sustained following her altercation with police: "Broken teeth (five that we know of), dislocated shoulder, several lacerations, bruised hip, fracture of the skull, concussion."
The news of Pizer's arrest and injuries quickly spread throughout the game development community, with industry peers such as Brenda Romero (Wizardry) and Robin Hunicke (Journey) sharing Pizer's text and video updates (along with a link to a GoFundMe fundraiser to cover her medical bills). Pizer's game-industry credits include Creative Director for Asheron's Call 2, Senior Designer for Disney's Club Penguin series, and Senior Design Analyst for MMOs such as The Matrix Online and Uru: Ages Beyond Myst.
So sick and tired of the Photoshop? Then hold up, sit down -- see Hubble.
Musk opens up in raw New York Times interview about taking Tesla private and poor physical health after "excruciating" year.
Commentary: It certainly won't be winning any medals at this year's Games.
About 1,000 employees protested the alleged development of a search engine that would give censorship powers to the Chinese government.
There's a heap of punching with a side of high kicks and another pair of glowing fists.
Twitter needs to focus on Twitter.
The Note 9 is a terrific phone, but Samsung is clearly holding back for 2019.
Commentary: Star Wars: A New Order would give a deserved nod to the 1977 original, and bring the film series full circle.
NASA solves a Mars mystery after analyzing a strange flake-like object.
Commentary: There's one thing people generally don't understand about MoviePass -- it needed allies to survive.
You’d be forgiven for losing track of Marvel’s various Defenders series and characters on Netflix over the past few years—particularly if you let its weakest standalone series, Iron Fist, fall through your viewing queue. But thanks to the new trailer for Iron Fist’s second season, which arrived on Thursday, we may have good reason to get excited when this Defender returns to Netflix on September 7.
(Mild spoilers for IF S1 and Defenders below.)
Hopes for a more compelling Iron Fist took a while to come to fruition: sometime through the first Defenders season, when Danny "Iron Fist" Rand (Finn Jones) received a verbal beatdown from Luke Cage ("You had power the day you were born"). That potential was fulfilled when Rand guested in Luke Cage's second season. This downright likable two-episode arc delivered what was arguably missing from his series' first season: a sense of deeper personal growth, even as he overcame tremendous physical odds to become the Iron Fist.
Albert sensors can detect hacking attempts and alert the government agencies quickly.
Joe and Anthony Russo break down every major hero from Avengers: Infinity War and tease about their future, dead or alive.
We'd heard Samsung had more headsets on the way -- but we didn't expect this.
Employees have written to the firm criticising its plans to launch a 'censored Chinese search service'.
An offshore dairy farm aims to help Rotterdam produce its own food more sustainably.
Chalk one up in court for the Social Network
Facebook has prevailed in a suit over its iconic news feed and claims it ripped off the idea from a patent troll.…