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June 16, 2011

VISUAL ARTIST ILLUMINATES WI-FI SIGNALS


By Nic Halverson Mar. 15, 2011 -- Buildings, parking garages and store fronts all map our perception of a city's blue print and visually define a metropolitan identity. Crisscrossing a city's I-beams, bricks and mortar, however, is a lattice of Wi-Fi... Continue Reading →

Dark corners of the net


Hackers are secretive, but they are also social. Many spend their spare time in chat rooms and forums discussing their latest targets, techniques and conquests. Eavesdropping on those conversations offers a fascinating insight into their motives. Say hacker to someone... Continue Reading →

LulzSec Call-In Line Taking Hacking Requests


With almost 150,000 Twitter followers, hacker group LulzSec certainly has a higher profile than it did a few weeks ago—so much so that it is now taking requests. The group has opened a call-in line, where it will field suggestions... Continue Reading →

World Cup DDoS blackmailer sentenced to jail


A court in Düsseldorf, Germany, has convicted a man who extorted money out of online gambling websites in the run-up to the 2010 Football World Cup in South Africa. The Frankfurt man, who has not been identified, successfully blackmailed three... Continue Reading →

Social networks now used to abuse, monitor and control women


Various forms of technology are being used by abusive partners to monitor and control women, particularly younger women, such as their mobile phone calls and texts being monitored and social media and technology being used to stalk and control them.... Continue Reading →

APPLE’S NEWLY PLANNED HEADQUARTERS IS PENTAGON-BIG


Ask yourself, is it good that a company headquarters is roughly the size of the Pentagon? Or should that be a red flag? I jest. Somewhat. But that's basically the size of Apple's new building, proposed by CEO Steve Jobs,... Continue Reading →

EXTREME-SPORT FILMMAKING GETS MORE EPIC


If a mountain biker executes a 360 tailwhip before landing a 30-foot drop-off into a desert canyon, but no one is around to witness it, did it even happen? Rather than ponder the metaphysics of their extreme sports, adrenaline junkies... Continue Reading →

BIKE LASER AIMS TO INCREASE CYCLIST VISIBILITY


Hopping on a bicycle saddle and peddling through the heart of the city is not for the faint of heart. Besides being safeguarded by minimal protection amidst aggressive traffic, their slower pace and low visibility often subject bikers to unfathomable... Continue Reading →

WOULD YOU LIKE SOME ELECTRONIC FRIES WITH THAT?


It’s undeniable that our world is becoming increasingly digital, interactive and connected. Over the past few years some amazing progress has been made that allows us to bridge the gap between the physical world and the digital one. We can expect that... Continue Reading →

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