We cannot control guns or the internet. But we can watch the kids for signs of extremism

We cannot control guns or the internet.  But we can watch the kids for signs of extremism

We still don’t know all the facts about why an 18-year-old white man carried out a horrible hate crime in a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, last Saturday. What seems irrefutable, however, is that his violent act was fueled by racist and xenophobic misinformation online. As I discussed the shooting with my husband, an immigrant, … Read more

The internet reveals the scariest camping experiences

The internet reveals the scariest camping experiences

From bears, falling trees, sleepwalking incidents, and more, the internet is gathering to reveal their scariest camping experiences, and they’re not holding back. The virus Reddit post posed the question, “What’s your scariest camping experience,” and it garnered 19,500 upvotes and 5,900 comments. Editor @Dolphins_With_Dildos shared the post on the “Ask Reddit” subreddit, and people … Read more

Do you need a senior mobile plan for your loved one?

Do you need a senior mobile plan for your loved one?

Syda Productions/Shutterstock.com Cell phone plans these days come in all shapes and sizes, and there’s a surprisingly robust selection that caters directly to seniors. Here’s everything you need to know about senior cell phone plans before you sign up. What is a senior mobile plan? Cell phone plans for seniors are exactly what they sound … Read more

Solana launches web3-focused smartphone saga to improve crypto-mobile relationship – TechCrunch

Solana launches web3-focused smartphone saga to improve crypto-mobile relationship – TechCrunch

Solana co-founder and CEO Anatoly Yakovenko had a Steve Jobs moment when he stood outside an auditorium in New York and announced the launch of Saga, a web3-focused Android smartphone. “It’s something that I fundamentally believe the industry needs to do,” Yakovenko said. “We haven’t seen a single crypto feature at the Apple Developer Conference … Read more

11 Useful iPhone Hacks Every User Should Know

11 Useful iPhone Hacks Every User Should Know

iPhone hacks offer features that, while not exactly secret, can get lost among phone functionality. Some features like the ability to change the default browser and hide unwanted apps are relatively new. Here are 11 of the most useful iPhone features you should know about. Now running the 15th major version of iOS, the iPhone … Read more

How APTs Achieve Persistence Using IoT, OT, and Network Devices

How APTs Achieve Persistence Using IoT, OT, and Network Devices

Most news about Internet of Things (IoT) attacks have focused on botnets and cryptomining malware. However, these devices also provide an ideal target for staging more damaging attacks from inside a victim’s network, similar to the methodology used by UNC3524. Described in a Mandant report, UNC3524 is a smart new tactic that exploits insecurity in … Read more

Why the Internet Needs Crawl Neutrality

Why the Internet Needs Crawl Neutrality

Today, a company—Google— controls almost all global access to information on the Internet. Their monopoly in search means for billions of people, their gateway to knowledge, to products, and to their exploration of the Web is in the hands of a single company. Most agree that this lack of competition in research is bad for … Read more