This is hilariously pitiful. An armed robber stormed a bar and demanded everyone give him their money. Usually, everyone freaks out and hands over everything they have. Not in this case. At this bar in Rotterdam, everyone ignored the robber and kept drinking.
ATMs use computers. Computers have weaknesses. Hackers exploit weaknesses. See where this is going? A hacker developed software that can force an ATM's computer to give free cash. Luckily for banks, he showed off his technique at the Black Hat conference.
If you happen to be on Pike Street In New York's Chinatown between now and November 14th, you might catch a glimpse of "R-O-B" the bricklaying robot building a 7,000 brick "Infinite Loop" sculpture along a pedestrian island.
Over at Technologizer, they've assembled a fantastic list of vintage electronic game patents, including this original patent drawing of Simon.
Click to viewMACWORLD SAN FRANCISCO—January 16, 2008—Apple® today unveiled Manila® Case®, the world's thinnest case for the world's thinnest laptop, the MacBook Air. When empty, Manila Case measures an unprecedented 0.07-inches at its thinnest point, but its dynamically adaptable height goes up to a maximum of…