ESET researchers have discovered a Linux variant of the KillDisk malware that was used in Ukraine in attacks against the country’s critical infrastructure in late 2015 and a number of targets within its financial sector in December 2016.
Toymaker LEGO unveiled its Boost line this week at CES – a set of 840 programmable bricks for your kids to control self-made robots with.
Amazon Echo owners have been issued a security warning after a number of devices in America automatically ordered doll houses being discussed on a TV show.
Google has quietly dropped a bombshell about the future of its chat client Hangouts.
More than 40 fraudulent websites have been shut down in a major crackdown on the sale of fake degrees.
Foxconn, the Taiwanese manufacturing giant behind Apple’s iPhone and numerous other major electronics devices, aims to automate away a vast majority of its human employees.
Amazon has filed a patent for massive flying warehouses equipped with fleets of drones that deliver goods to key locations.
Kingston Digital, Inc., the Flash memory affiliate of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, announced yesterday their DataTraveler® Ultimate Generation Terabyte (GT), the world’s highest capacity USB Flash drive.
The addition of an extra second to 2016 didn’t cause too much tech chaos, but did lead to some websites being difficult to reach for about 90 minutes.
If you use a Fitbit or Apple Watch, you probably love the health insights you get from your wearable. You know how much you move, how well you sleep and have likely started tracking patterns and trends as soon as you have enough time logged.
Games company Nintendo has now rolled out Super Mario Run to iPhones and iPads.
Yahoo has said data from more than one billion accounts may have been hacked, and this is separate from the hack they revealed back in September.
The future is apparently here. And it's creepier than we ever imagined! A Japanese company called Vinclu is now taking pre-orders from Japan and the United States for a new interactive, artificial-intelligence driven home automation system--or as the promos make it appear; a "virtual girlfriend" for lonely businessmen.
The EmDrive propulsion system seems to cherry pick from the laws of physics and science fiction to produce an engine capable of getting humans to the moon in 10 days or Mars in 10 weeks, without any fuel.
Join Jenn Wagar and Carrie Webb as they sit down for a heart-to-heart discussion each week, addressing many of the issues Christians face in their day to day lives, and building your faith and focus through relevant conversation.
Jenn and Carrie are on another road trip adventure and have traveled to Kentucky to visit the Ark Encounter--a life-sized replica of Noah's Ark which is setup as a museum--and this week they share what they've learned by touring Noah's Ark.
Being an effective witness for Christ starts with one truth: the Bible is the infallible Word of Almighty God. Join Carrie Webb, along with her father and guest, Rob Webb, as we explore the divine nature of the Word of God.
Let's carry on building the mine under our survival house. We'll lay down a ton of ladders and dig down until we find a cavern to turn into our main mine.
On this episode we'll learn:
- Crafting stronger tools
- Mining resources such as coal, iron and silver
- Crafting torches to add light to your structures and mine
- Finding a cavern to build your underground mine