Computing
Computing

Here's how Anonymous hacking group members act out a political flame war

Hacker group Anonymous is claiming that tensions among their members relating to the presidential election are tied to a government plot to divide and conquer.
Mobile

Employee found dead on Apple campus identified; company offers sympathies

A body was found in a conference room of Apple's Cupertino HQ. No identification has yet been given, but early reports suggest a suicide.
Computing

Cortana is smarter than ever, but now she won't search without Bing and Edge

Cortana, the personal assistant built into Windows 10, is quickly growing into a versatile and intelligent tool, but the latest change may irk some users, as Cortana is now exclusively using Bing and Edge.
Computing

Glassouse lets users control a mouse cursor with their eyes — and mouth

Inspired by his disabled friend's difficulty with using technology, Mehmet Nemo created Glassouse, a wearable device that lets users control a cursor without using their hands.
Virtual Reality

Crytek’s The Climb drops onto the Oculus Store from dizzying heights

We were impressed by Crytek's rock-climbing VR title The Climb when we checked it out back in December, and now it's out, and looking more impressive than ever, with leaderboards, day/night cycle, and ghost racing.
Mobile

Google is building a hardware division under former Motorola CEO

Rick Osterloh, former president of Motorola, is now senior vice president at Google and will report directly to CEO Sundar Pichai. Osterloh will lead a new hardware division at Google, and will be in charge of Google's Nexus program.
Gaming

Rainbow Six: Siege may compromise IP addresses during online play

New reports suggest that Ubisoft still hasn't fixed a security flaw in Rainbow Six: Siege that allows hackers to access the IP address of players, opening them up to DDoS attacks.
Computing

Fathom Neural Compute Stick makes deep learning possible for $100

Movidius has announced a neural networking chip that's housed in a USB drive, which could help facilitate all manner of deep-learning research at an expected price of less than $100.
Computing

ISIS hacking groups merge as United Cyber Caliphate, but don’t worry too much

Until now, ISIS' hacking efforts have been largely improvised, and split between five overlapping groups. That changed this month, and so might the hacker's focus. Recruitment of elite hackers will be a priority.
Computing

HP built one of the nicest Chromebooks we've ever seen for $500

HP is out with a new Chromebook, and this one was designed in collaboration with Google. The 13.3-inch IPS display has a resolution of up to 3,200 x 1,800 pixels. Other features include Core M processors and USB Type-C.
Computing

Half-terabyte drive heads up Sandisk's refreshed Z410 line

Sandisk is looking to appeal to customers looking for more space at a bargain price, as the company adds a half-terabyte drive to its entry-level Z410 line of SSDs.
Web

¡Felicidades! Glückwünsche! Congrats! Google Translate turns 10 years old

It's hard to imagine a time when becoming temporarily bilingual was as easy as clicking a button on Google Translate, but look back any further than a decade, and the world would've been a very different, less translatable place.