Computing
Computing

Inbox full of spam? Here’s how to block an email address in Gmail

Everybody gets unwanted emails from time to time, whether spam or some other form of unwanted message. Luckily, if you're a Gmail user who wants to block someone from messaging you, the process is simple.
Computing

This homemade 8-bit computer could finally pose a challenge to Intel's 8008 CPU

It surely won't run Crysis, but this throwback, 8-bit breadboard computer was made by one guy working on it from home for only nine days, two of which were spent designing it on paper from scratch.
Computing

Staff at Russian nuclear facility caught using supercomputer to mine Bitcoins

Two Russian engineers at a top-level facility tried to use a supercomputer to mine Bitcoins for their own personal gain but were immediately caught. How? They apparently forgot about one little restriction.
Emerging Tech

Insane in the blockchain: 15 ridiculous cryptocurrencies you’ve never heard of

Bitcoin and Ethereum are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to cryptocurrencies. You wouldn't believe how many ridiculous, silly, and downright stupid digital tokens are on the market these days. Here's a quick tour of the most…
Computing

Google Assistant one step closer to marrying Chrome OS, report says

Although the Pixelbook already supports Google Assistant, recent notes found in the Chrome OS code show that Google is getting closer to including the feature directly into the operating system. Its availability is unknown, for now.
Computing

Crypto-intrigued? Here's how to buy Bitcoin for the first time

Is it time to purchase your first Bitcoin investment? If you're ready to get involved in the cryptocurrency, we'll walk you through how to pick an exchange, how to choose the right wallet, and how to buy Bitcoin the safe way!
Computing

AMD and Nvidia report strong revenue amid still sky-high GPU pricing

AMD and Nvidia both posted strong quarterly and annual revenue reports from 2017, but the question remains whether cryptocurrency miners are behind their strong earnings from 2017.
Computing

Fujitsu adds palm reading to Windows 10 Pro, but it doesn’t tell your fortune

Fujitsu said it teamed up with Microsoft to bring its PalmSecure technology to Windows 10 Pro. It scans the unique pattern of veins in the palm of your hand and requires flowing blood.
Mobile

Internet Association pressures Senate to reverse FCC’s net neutrality repeal

The fight against the FCC's net neutrality repeal continues, with the Internet Association continuing to pressure the United States Senate into opposing it. But can the Republican-controlled body be swayed?
Web

The old “Nigerian prince” scam is back on Twitter — with a Bitcoin twist

Scams just like malware come in waves and the Nigerian Prince-style 'give a little, get a lot,' scam is making a comeback on Twitter with celebrity imposters asking for Bitcoin donations in return for a motherload.
Mobile

If you’re not sold on Siri, you can now get Microsoft’s Cortana on your iPad

Looking for a voice assistant outside of the usual crowd? Cortana, Microsoft's voice assistant is back and better than ever, and she now takes full advantage of the iPad's larger screen and launches even faster than before.
Mobile

Images surface of newest addition to Samsung's accessory lineup

Samsung Electronics filed a trademark application for a new term with the European Intellectual Property Office. The application is for "DeX Pad" -- which could be its new wireless dock launching alongside the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus.