Nobody wants to do homework on the bus
Network congestion could become a long-term problem for Starlink
Firefox 105 brings improved handling of low-memory situations in Windows and Linux systems. In macOS, touchpad scrolling is more accurate and accessible.
Less D in your DMs
In context: It's a sad fact that many women on social media will have unintentionally viewed an unsolicited nude photo in their DMs at some point. It's a problem that's especially prevalent on Instagram, but a new tool could help prevent such incidents, and without compromising the receiver's privacy.
Remarkably, nobody was injured
Amazingly, people need to be told that this is a bad idea
WTF?! Not for the first time, a government organization has issued a warning over a new online trend that sounds too stupid to be real. The latest TikTok craze putting people's lives at risk is the "sleepy chicken" challenge. It involves cooking chicken in NyQuil or another over-the-counter cough and cold medication, presumably to eat it.
Are you in the same camp?
Spotify wants to be a one stop destination for all of your listening needs
We're looking for tech enthusiasts with excellent writing skills
Confirming its authenticity in the process
In context: If there's one thing that validates the legitimacy of a massive gaming leak, it's the company behind said title responding with copyright strikes that force the content to be removed. That's what Take-Two did soon after the 90+ videos and screenshots of GTA 6 started hitting the web yesterday. We've also heard that the leaker responsible, who says he is the same 18-year-old hacker that breached Uber, is looking to "negotiate a deal" with Take-Two/Rockstar.
Enhanced spell check and MS Editor lead to concerns far beyond bad spelling
Watch out for "Link in the Description"
WTF?! Gamers looking to download cheats and cracks should beware of links in YouTube video descriptions. Hackers may have compromised the channels hosting the videos, turning them into vectors for spreading malware that can steal login credentials.
The same client was hit by another huge traffic flow in July
Many AAA games now ship with a photo mode
AI can generate art exponentially faster than a human
A lot more convincing than a phishing email
In brief: Steam users are being warned about a new attack tricking people into handing over their account credentials via a browser-in-the-browser phishing technique. Competitive and professional gamers are being targeted, as is anyone with a high-value account.
Former US ambassador warns about data tracking, says the US is making China's surveillance job easier
Big quote: The Federal Trade Commission asked for opinions about data economy and commercial surveillance, and former US ambassador Karen Kornbluh described the situation with grave and unambiguous words.
Comcast is building the foundation for its 10G Internet service
The Biden Administration wants to put large tech platforms on a leash
Wi-Fi 7 standards likely to be finalized in 2024
Merriam-Webster adds metaverse, sus and hundreds of other modern words and phrases to its dictionary
Laggy and pwn have been in heavy rotation for years
It included a non-disclosure agreement
qBittorrent is our preferred BitTorrent in Windows: it's free and open-source, uses little RAM and sports an anonymous mode for better privacy.
Will Ethereum's Merge help turn things around?