Monthly Archives: November 2017

‘Black Mirror’ trailers preview episodes, leave out release date

Netflix continues to drive internet fans of the Black Mirror series crazy by releasing buzzy new trailers, while still not saying when we can actually watch the damn thing. The first one is for Arkangel, an episode directed by Oscar-winner … Read the rest of this entry

Filed in Gaming | Comment Now

SEC knew about weak security years before hack

The hack that compromised the US Securities and Exchange Commission was a shock and more than a little damaging, but could it have been prevented? Unfortunately the answer is very likely yes. The Hill has combed through the SEC's internal … Read the rest of this entry

Filed in Gaming | Comment Now

Ben Heck’s mini pinball game: Building walls

There's a problem with Ben's mini pinball game project: Everything is too big! Ben realizes that it's time to decide on the design for the playing field, adding space for the various lanes, the larger bumpers and free travel for … Read the rest of this entry

Filed in Gaming | Comment Now

Over 1.3 million anti-net neutrality FCC comments are likely fakes

It's no secret that bots flooded the FCC with comments supporting its plans to kill net neutrality. But just how many comments were fraudulent? All too many, according to data scientist Jeff Kao. He recently conducted a study that used … Read the rest of this entry

Filed in Gaming | Comment Now

Google Pixel Buds review: You (and Google) can do better

When Google revealed its new Pixels earlier this year, it made a tacit statement: the age of headphone jacks on smartphones is over. So, what's a diehard Google phone fan to do? Buy Google's new wireless earbuds — in theory, … Read the rest of this entry

Filed in Gaming | Comment Now

Unearthing oxygen-starved bacteria might worsen climate change

A recently-released federal report has finally credited humans with causing climate change, but we might have more to worry about than fossil fuel emissions. While we knew bacteria in earth's soil releases almost a third of the carbon dioxide that … Read the rest of this entry

Filed in Gaming | Comment Now

Pornhub’s first store has a livestreaming bed camera, of course

Pop-up stores are all the rage, but Pornhub's shop in New York City is offering something… unique. If you visit its just-opened location on 70 Wooster Street, you'll see a bed with a camera that livestreams directly to the porn … Read the rest of this entry

Filed in Gaming | Comment Now

Image-sharing site Imgur was hacked in 2014

Imgur, a popular picture-sharing site, revealed today that it suffered a data breach in 2014, claiming it was just notified of it on November 23rd. In a blog post, Imgur said hackers stole email addresses and passwords of 1.7 million … Read the rest of this entry

Filed in Gaming | Comment Now

The big stores that track your every online move

A study by Princeton researchers came to light earlier this month, revealing that over 400 of the world's most popular websites use the equivalent of hacking tools to spy on you without your knowledge or consent. Engadget RSS Feed

Filed in Gaming | Comment Now

The best Black Friday deals 2017

This post was done in partnership with Wirecutter, reviews for the real world. When readers choose to buy Wirecutter's independently chosen editorial picks, they may earn affiliate commissions that support their work. Read their continuously updated… Engadget RSS Feed

Filed in Gaming | Comment Now