December 2, 2017

Kittens on the blockchain is the future nobody asked for

Cryptocurrency has an uncertain future, but the digital ledger powering most of their transactions is here to stay. Granted, cryptocurrency probably is too, but this isn’t […]
December 1, 2017

Ethereum dislikes Tangle just as much as IOTA hates blockchain

Back in September, Ethereum core developer Nick Johnson penned an interesting piece to sum up some of the reservations he had for up-and-coming cryptocurrency company IOTA […]
December 1, 2017

AI-powered language learning promises to fast-track fluency

A linguistics company is using AI to shorten the time it takes to learn a new language. It takes about 200 hours, using traditional methods, to […]
December 1, 2017

2018 video trends on the rise

When it comes to posting content on the internet, you have a lot of options. Not only do more and more platforms support video content, but […]
December 1, 2017

Reddit uses its front page to fight for net neutrality

Reddit is today joining the discussion about net neutrality, as most of the front page is plastered with posts and ads about saving the “free and […]
December 1, 2017

AI and the future of drones

For many, drones are simply a novel gadget, a fun toy to fly around the neighborhood, snapping aerial images or even spying on neighbors. Rapidly growing […]
December 1, 2017

Facebook is still relevant, kids

Facebook revolutionized the world by changing the way people communicate. With over two billion users, it’s now the world’s largest social network. But since 2014, Facebook […]
December 1, 2017

Swedish courts convict ‘online rapist’ in landmark case

Swedish courts this week handed down a groundbreaking conviction of “online rape” against a man who preyed on children over the internet — which could, hopefully, […]
December 1, 2017

Apple allows iPhone X developers to view (and save) your facial data

After Apple announced a series of sensors capable of measuring your face down to the finest detail, the security world instantly warned of the repercussions. Police […]