After a last minute effort by hackers to interfere with the French election, centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron still handily defeated his far right adversary Marine Le Pen. How the French press will handle the campaign hacks following a mandated blackout on election reporting remains to be seen.
Google is making a rare change to its search algorithm tomorrow—one that has the power to dramatically alter a site’s ranking in Google’s all-important search results. SOUND THE ALARM.
Things have been going wrong at Sony for a long old time. But if you need hard evidence of its downward trajectory, how about this: it just reported a record annual loss, of $5.7 billion. Ouch.
Nokia has just announced its first quarter financial results, and while the company's managing to shift its new Lumia range in the US, its performance elsewhere is less impressive—in fact, it suffered a $775 million dollar net loss over the period.
At bloody last, Google is implementing the best invention since toilet paper rolls: Infinite scroll! This video shows how it works right now, in the testing phase.
Tomorrow, Brits will vote on a new prime minister, with the results being projected on the landmark tower known as Big Ben, in real time. It's not the first time projections have been beamed, but it'll be interactive at least.
Even if Gizmodo readers weren't one of the first ones on the Blu-ray train, they would have hopped a ride some time in the last few years that the format's been out there. Well, yes and no.