Google’s Password Checkup feature will be fully integrated into the desktop and mobile versions of Chrome 79.
The creators of Vim have released a game called “Killersheep” to show off two new features in Vim 8.2.
“Before I did the keynote at VimConf 2018 I asked plugin developers what they wanted from Vim,” reads the announcement at Vim.org. “The result was a very long list of requested features. The top two items were clear: Popup windows and text properties.”
After more than a year of development...
It marks an important moment of recognition for a lot of people.
Cities get the okay to speed up buses, while Seattle tries to slow traffic.
The best, boldest, and most budget-friendly 4K and 8K TVs WIRED has seen, including LG, Samsung, Vizio, and TCL.
Next year will see the risk of cyber attacks continue to increase, with specific industries being targeted.
Tao has made huge progress on the Collatz conjecture, a simple-seeming puzzle that has bedeviled hapless mathematicians for decades.
From soundbars to movie posters, these are great gifts for your favorite cinephile.
In the late 1990s, lots of people were concerned that the Y2K bug could lead to power outages, financial collapse, riots, and worse when the clock rolled over to January 1, 2000. Hundreds of books about the problem and suggestions on how to respond (quit your job, move to the country, stockpile food) not only capitalized on this fear but helped to spread it.
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The 3D mapping, along with data and technical guidance from avionics manufacturers, make Microsoft’s long-loved flying program more than just a game.
Get the most out of Google’s Chrome browser with these tips and tricks.
The next-generation wireless networks make it harder to track and spoof users, but security holes remain because devices still connect to older networks.
An old Facebook hoax message that claims a hacker can gain access to users’ accounts has resurfaced.
Software start-ups have a phrase for what Amazon is doing to them: ‘strip-mining’ them of their innovations.
European Space Agency asks for help from Nasa with ExoMars project as trials fail and cost rises to €1bn
Space engineers are racing against time to fix major faults in the robot probe they plan to send to Mars next year. The complex parachute system that should slow ExoMars – Europe’s largest ever planetary mission – as it plunges into the Martian atmosphere failed catastrophically during...
The attention after winning gold in Doha was amazing – but success really begins by staying focused, says Dina Asher-Smith
I love being the hunter. The one in pursuit. In training, I’ll latch on to the boys and chase them down. Even when I was younger, I tended to race girls who were older than me – at 17 I was racing 30-year-olds. It’s where I’m comfortable. But the hunter can go on to...
The attention after winning gold in Doha was amazing – but success really begins by staying focused
I love being the hunter. The one in pursuit. In training, I’ll latch on to the boys and chase them down. Even when I was younger, I tended to race girls who were older than me – at 17 I was racing 30-year-olds. It’s where I’m comfortable. But the hunter can go on to become the hunted. And...
“A new generation of reactors will start producing power in the next few years,” writes Wired, addingi that “They’re comparatively tiny — and may be key to hitting our climate goals.”
For the last 20 years, the future of nuclear power has stood in a high bay laboratory tucked away on the Oregon State University campus in the western part of the state. Operated by NuScale Power, an Oregon-based...
Black Friday 2019 was busier than ever in South Africa, and local shoppers rushed to take advantage of great discounts at many stores across the country.
Energy expert and former advisor to Eskom, Mike Rossouw, has questioned president Cyril Ramaphosa’s claim that sabotage was one of the major contributing factors to stage 6 load shedding this past week.
Google’s idealistic history increases the burden on its executives to bring along reluctant employees as it adopts more conventional corporate practices. It’s not going to be easy as tensions boil over.