MacMusic  |  PcMusic  |  440 Software  |  440 Forums  |  440TV  |  Zicos
acirc
Search

The latest geek News

Friday August 18, 2017. 02:55 PM
NEWS ANALYSIS: The solar eclipse on Aug. 21 is generating enough interest that huge crowds are expected along the path of totality across the U.S., prompting governments to use geospatial technology to handle the crowds.
    1
NEWS ANALYSIS: The solar eclipse on Aug. 21 is generating enough interest that huge crowds are expected along the path of totality across the U.S., prompting governments to use geospatial technology to handle the crowds.
    1
Gaming star strikes Atari has sued Nestle, accusing it of 'blatantly' impinging on its intellectual property by featuring the 1970s video game Breakout in a Kit Kat ad without its permission.…
    1
Windows 7 machines mostly unprotected because they're not running any antivirus, says Microsoft.
    1
Enlarge (credit: Omer Shwartz et al.) People with cracked touch screens or similar smartphone maladies have a new headache to consider: the possibility the replacement parts installed by repair shops contain secret hardware that completely hijacks the security of the...
    0
New CFO too as data protection firm refuses to give in +Comment It's all change at FalconStor, which has a new CEO and CFO just six weeks after the last chief exec was appointed.…
    1
Italian sculptor Daniela Forti makes gorgeous jellyfish tables from colored glass. Here's a photo of how she creates the dramatic pieces, drawing out individual globs of glass into long tendrils: (more…)
    0
When people hear voices others can't, the prevailing scientific model describes this as psychosis due to brain abnormality, chemical imbalance, or other affliction. But scientists have now reliably induced auditory hallucinations in some people not diagnosed with psychosis....
    0
Talia Rappa and Skyler Ashworth spotted a nondescript box at a Florida thrift store's going-out-of-business sale. They found five NASA flight suits, worth tens of thousands of dollars, and paid just $1.20 for the lot. (more…)
    1
I think that anthropomorphizing objects just makes them better which is why I'm digging this Spaghetti Monster Colander by Ototo. I mean, just look at this thing... looking back at you. It's a real life Flying Spaghetti Monster and Pastafarians around the globe are...
    0
Bathe with one eye open because 80s and 90s horror film icon Chucky is now a bath bomb. Its scent? Orange soda. This Chuckie Bath Bomb is a recent creation of California-based beauty brand Loquita Bath and Body who has already sold out of the fizzy Child's Play doll head....
    0
Agents of Mayhem, the superheroic spin-off to Volition’s Saints Row series, is out now! I’ve been playing it for a few days and have mostly been enjoying myself. Granted, after the disappointing showing from […] The post Agents of Mayhem is Fun, But Saints Row Has Always...
    Geek - Aug 18, 02:00 PM
    1
Security researchers pick up angle grinder, drop £2k-plus in B-sides chat BSides Weighing in at 800kg secondhand, freestanding ATMs - a “safe with a computer on top” - are a logistical nightmare to own and research, security boffin Leigh-Anne Galloway warned delegates...
    1
AMD has released a beta driver optimized for cryptocurrency mining, and its Vega launch pricing may not hold long-term. The post AMD Releases Cryptocurrency Mining Driver, May Raise Vega Prices appeared first on ExtremeTech.
    1
The upcoming Skype software for desktop computers looks a lot more like the mobile versions than ever before.
    1
The upcoming Skype software for desktop computers looks a lot more like the mobile versions than ever before.
    1
HMD chiefs explain their cunning comeback plan Interview For over 20 years The Register has covered the rise and fall of Nokia phones. The story took a new turn this week with the arrival of a flagship, the first for three years, from the brand's custodians HMD. We spoke to...
    1
Man pulls out replica rifle after frosty treat disappointment An irate McDonald’s drive-thru punter was so pissed that he couldn’t get his Sunday morning ice cream fix due to a broken dispenser that he pulled out a replica AR-15 rifle from his car boot in protest.…
    1
Enlarge (credit: Getty Images) This June, we received a letter from a reader asking why it seemed like there are fewer summer blackouts, especially in the western US, than there used to be. This resonated with me. When I was a kid growing up in Southern California, summer...
    0
The Essential PH-1 phone is now available to pre-order exclusively from Sprint. Created by Andy Rubin to buck smartphone tradition, the $700 feature-packed handset is a far cry from Google’s Android platform Rubin […] The post Pre-Order Andy Rubin’s Essential Phone From...
    Geek - Aug 18, 01:00 PM
    1
News copyright owned by their original publishers | Copyright © 2004 - 2017 Zicos / 440Network
Current Date
Aug, Mon 21 - 02:41 CEST