Breached camera site owner seeks job

24 November 2014 Last updated at 11:48 The Insecam site listed live CCTV camera feeds from around the world whose owners had not changed the manufacturer’s security settings A website containing live links to thousands of baby monitors, web cams and CCTV has shut down. Its administrator now appears to be using the page to […]

‘Sophisticated’ Regin spyware found

24 November 2014 Last updated at 11:56 The sophisticated Regin malware had been used to spy on airlines, said Symantec An “extremely complex” and “stealthy” spying program has been stealing data from ISPs, energy companies, airlines and research-and-development labs, a security company has said. With a “degree of technical competence rarely seen”, Regin had probably […]

Records reveal net neutrality chats between FCC and telecoms

It’s no secret that the FCC has at least a few links to the communications companies it’s policing. Chairman Tom Wheeler is a former lobbyist, and commissioners have taken industry jobs mere months after leaving office. However, Vice News has obtained records showing that the two sides are frequently in direct contact — and there’s […]

How would you change Samsung’s Galaxy S4 Active?

Samsung’s bright idea with the Galaxy S4 Active was simple: Take a Galaxy S4, and shove it in a body that didn’t shy away from drops, dust and water. When our Sarah Silbert put the device through its paces, she found that the device was better-looking than your average rugged handset. There was, however, a […]

Seattle police get help publishing body camera videos online

The police aren’t often fond of publishing body camera and dashcam footage online, but not necessarily for nefarious reasons — the volume of privacy-focused video editing they require can prove overwhelming. In Seattle, for example, a flood of public disclosure requests from an anonymous programmer (known by his “policevideorequests” handle) risked scuttling a body cam […]

Plex is making media streaming among multiple users a lot easier

Living alone is pretty great: everything stays put when you leave and (perhaps, best of all) no one has to know about the guiltiest pleasures hiding in your Plex-bound digital media collection. Except, not everyone has that luxury and has to share their MKV library in addition to their living space. To make sure no […]

Apple partners with major app developers to raise money for AIDS research

Apple has teamed with select app developers on a fundraising initiative for (RED) and World AIDS day (Dec 1st). For the next two weeks there will be a dedicated a section of the App Store where 25 partnering apps will be available with new or exclusive content. Titles taking part include high-profile names such as […]

How to balance a design career with creating your own art

Alexander Huls is a freelance writer whose work has appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, Esquire and other publications. This post was originally published on the Shutterstock blog and has been reprinted with permission. It’s a challenge many designers with full-time careers face: how do you balance your day job with finding time […]

How data scientists are changing the face of business intelligence

Humans are walking data centers and our interactions and behaviors, no matter how minuscule, are building a near infinite pool of aggregate data over the course of our lifetime. This data can be used to improve the experience of our lives through analysis of our consumption, interactions and behaviors; in business today, data has become a […]

The physics of productivity: Newton’s laws for getting stuff done

James Clear writes about using behavioral science to master your habits and improve your health. His free guide, Transform Your Habits, has been downloaded more than 80,000 times. This post originally appeared on his blog. In 1687, Sir Isaac Newton published his groundbreaking book, Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy, which described his three laws of motion. In the process, […]

It’s time to treat push notifications as sacred

This post was originally published on my Medium blog. Once, many years ago, when you purchased your first smartphone, you joined the always-online revolution. Gone were the days of status messages like “afk” or “brb” — no, you, humble smartphone owner, are now a part of the hyper-connected world in which you’re never afk. Push notifications were […]

اپلیکیشن آیفون | اپلیکیشن آیپد | اپلیکیشن فارسی | اپلیکیشن مجانی | اپلیکیشن ایرانی