The SEC is making it legal for anyone to invest in companies through crowdfunding–but that does not mean you’re safe from scams.
Professor Brian Kernighan is computing heavyweight: he worked at Bell Labs, helped develop Unix and was one of two authors of the C programming language. Here, he talks with one of the UK’s foremost computer science professors, Professor David Brailsford. Time to geek out.
We heard the rumors over and over: Android apps are coming to Windows 10. It sounded like a good way to let Windows Phone and Desktop users fill the gaps in the Windows Store—but it isn’t happening. Instead, Microsoft is making it ridiculously easy to port Android apps to the Windows Store. And everything else too:…
It wouldn't be surprising if Apple made as much money selling replacement charging cables as it did phones and tablets. Those white Lightning cables are easier to lose than socks on laundry day, but now there's an alternative that will actually remind you to pack yours up when you've unplugged your phone.
In less than a week, the world has lost two tech pioneers. Last week, we mourned the passing of Steve Jobs, and now we say goodbye to computer scientist Dennis Ritchie who also recently died.
This clip from the short film c offers an evocative character sketch of a spaceship officer plunging into the unknown. I love the weird mood evoked by the effects and music, which suggest this film is as invested in its characters as its futuristic technologies.
What would the world be like if fiber optic and mobile phones had been available in the 1930's? Would the decade be known as the start of the Information Revolution rather than the Great Depression?
Do you have any C batteries lying around? Does anybody? Now you can turn any regular AA battery—which you're bound to have loads of—into a C battery with this Battery Adaptor II.
Although the actual display on this NEC laptoop is only 1280x800, it can indeed handle 1080 (i? p?) through the HDMI port. Good thing too, since it's also got a built-in Blu-ray drive.