Reports are flooding in that eBay is down, estimated to be the twelfth major outage eBay has experienced this year. The ...
In what is becoming an all too familiar pattern, eBay is once again down. After massive password leaks recently, unexpected site crashes, and whatever this latest thing is...you have to think thousands of low bidders are winning auctions right now and thousands of sellers are kinda getting screwed.
Electric vehicles don't have to be stratospherically priced products from Silicon Valley, or boring range-limited economy-focused cars, either. No, some of the most fun, innovative, and affordable ways to experience electric propulsion come in far smaller
It's 2035. As you head out for work, you're sure to grab your BSH - Brain Security Hat - before heading off to work. The hat has become part of the cultural image of anyone who works in a field with sensitive, proprietary information; as it protects your brain against brain hackers. Does that sound like the…
You can tell what some people are thinking without jumping into the future.
Not exactly — though it’s easy to see why a well-resourced company would want to.
Why? Because, quite frankly, there is nothing else quite like YouTube. Sure, there are some competitors in the video space that are open platforms with video embed functionality like Dailymotion and Vimeo. But neither have the competitive scale.
But as we’ve learned repeatedly over the past year, YouTube is not exactly the best for building a profitable business if you rely solely on it for revenue. And where there’s weakness, there’s opportunity.
And there’s a handful of companies gunning to take a bite out of YouTube’s business.
Lots have changed since we last publish the infograph showing you how to hide your Internet presence. Removing yourself from social media accounts simply doesn't cut it anymore. In this updated version by WhoIsHostingThis, slightly more advanced techniques are featured. Click to enlarge.
Suppose you’re a planetary scientist. You operate an unmanned spacecraft, surveying a distant moon in our solar system. Years of funding, engineering work, and long-distance space travel have all come together, and at last this machine—to which you have devoted so much of your life—is in place. And it’s just made an incredible discovery.
Maybe it’s a new kind of crater. Or an odd, unexpected mineral. Or the holy grail: liquid water.
It’s thrilling news—years of your career, vindicated! Now you have to wait. And lobby. And hope for the funding to come through. And wait for the next craft to get there...