A new attack by the Anonymous crusaders has targeted neo-Nazi groups in the US, leaking their private emails online. It turns out one of the racist groups is in love with our wonky-faced racist leader Nick Griffin.
Okay, this isn't going to be easy, but a developer has posted a video on YouTube showing how it's possible to use an Android handset, a projector, a Kinect and a computer to create the future. In your living room. Now.
You’ve that a massive NES controller to play with, but what about one you can fit in your wallet? This awesome-looking all-copper capacitive NES joypad that’s about the size of a credit card, and can be made at home with the help of a KickStater project, might fit the bill.
There's a strange bug on Facebook where if you post @[xxx:0] in a comment (with the XXX being three random numbers), when you hit enter a random name will appear. For example: @[345:0] = Karina Scalise. Weeeeiiiiirrrrrd!
Ironically all that spam you get in your inbox might be McAfee’s fault. A flaw has been found in one of its anti-malware programs that’s meant to protect you from this kind of thing. It allows spammers to hijack your computer and flood the world with spam using you as their unwilling accomplice.
Just because that old iPod touch of yours is already obsolete doesn't mean it's automatically useless — it just needs some sprucing up. Whited00r 5.1 brings iOS 5 looks — and some of its functionality — to Apple devices running iOS 3.1.3.
An analysis of the recent hacking of the Stratfor database has found that members of the UK government and the Ministry of Defence had their sensitive data stolen and dumped online as part of the attack.
Marketers. Exes. Bosses who somehow got ahold of your personal email address. Sure, you could make a filter or click 'report spam' (as if that actually does anything...), but wouldn't it be better if they just stopped emailing you altogether?
While YouTuber bkraz333 claims this contact lens with an embedded LED he made was an attempt to add a rudimentary VR display to his eye, I think I know the real inspiration behind it — Terminator cosplay.
Siri has been something if a disappointment so far—more flash than substance—but this particular trick is a mighty impressive novelty. A neat new hack lets Siri play music on a Yamaha Disklavier player piano from music files in your library.
Darts are awesome, but they're tricky to set up at work. Real darts aren't super safe and leave walls full of holes, and safety darts suck hard. Mark Rober has got a solution that's simple, elegant, and awesome.
I personally don't give a damn about this gimmicky piece of software, but if you have a jailbroken iPhone 4 now you can add full Siri functionality using a Cydia program called H1Siri. Unfortunately, there's a catch.