BBC News' outlet BBC Persia was reportedly hacked by Iranian authorities overnight. The news group claims that the cyber-attack is part of an expanding effort by the regime to stifle coverage within the country.
It doesn't matter how many signal relay towers blanket your city, the quality of your wireless reception can often change drastically — sometimes within a few steps. But MIT researchers think they've figured out how to improve reception using error correcting codes that work regardless of signal noise.
I would like to take this opportunity to personally thank Kate who perfectly sums up how I, and probably a good chunk of the population, feel about those giant stacks of unclaimed phone books showing up at apartment buildings every year.
Fuck. It's a word that commands attention. These F-BOMB computers, however, are designed to do just the opposite—quietly and inconspicuously gather sensitive information from within secure areas. And if the F-Bomb is discovered or destroyed, fuck it! It only cost £30 to build in the first place.
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.
The chances of me getting eaten by a shark while surfing are slim. The chances of me getting pounded by a wave while surfing, that happens all the time. Fortunately I've never had a wipeout as bad as the guys in this video.
Ahead of Thursday's NYC education event, Ars Technica reports via a leak source that Apple plans to announce a simpler way for authors to create and publish ebooks as well as iBook's adoption of the ePub3 standard.
Eye drops were an important part of our CES toolkit while we stared at thousands of TVs in the desert. But these mentholated FX-Neo drops from Japan sound like the worst thing you could ever put in your eye.
YouTube users may now upload the equivalent of 240,000 full-length films every week, but the site once hosted less than a hundred clips. And the very first, precedent-setting video was...about elephants?
They had come from miles around, stood in sub-zero degree weather for hours, and patiently queued for the store to open its doors. Today was iPhone day in Beijing! But when the doors did open, the huddled masses were told there would be no iPhone 4S, not today. And then sh*t got real.
With the shift to digital cameras, old-fashioned photomats are getting harder and harder to find. But this portable, Army-issue dark room has everything you need to develop your own prints wherever you are.