Turtle Beach’s Hypersound Glass speakers use a sheet of transparent glass to drive sound in a highly focused beam directly in front of them while being inaudible outside the beam’s range. Welcome to never knowing why you’re hearing ads all the time—our Blade Runner hell future has arrived.
Millions of people around the world use Twitter to break and comment on news, disseminate official pronouncements, organize campaigns and protests, or just let their friends know what’s on their minds.
'Did I get hacked? Did I get a virus? Why are all these ads showing up on my computer?', you may be asking yourself. Learn from our fail as we assign the Intern to make a social media birthday present for Erna, who may or may not be dancing naked to In Da Club to celebrate.
The password breaches are getting stronger and worser, and hardly a week goes by without a dump that's a couple zeroes bigger than the biggest to date -- but not all password breaches are created equal, and a lot depends on whether and how the passwords were hashed.
Twitter is so large — and so easy to use — that as you crank out fire tweets and memes, you’re more likely than ever to come across someone (or more than one someone) who’s already made the joke you are planning to make, creating a blurry line between stolen content and minds that truly just happened to think alike.
Simone Giertz's oeuvre of 'shitty robots' doesn't end with her marvellous slap-in-the-face alarm clock: her Youtube channel is full of examples of her work, each better than the last, from arms on her phone that let it commando-crawl along the sidewalk to the world's greatest hair-washing bot and the world's most alarming chopping bot.
Do you remember when MBA student Rosalia Google image-searched 'unprofessional hairstyles for work' and the vast majority of the image results were of black women with natural hair? Well, it appears Google has got itself into a bit of hot water again because of their search results.
On Tuesday, the company rolled out app updates that fix some complaints drivers have about the company. Now, drivers will be able to work trips into their commutes, pause requests, and charge riders for taking too long.
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