In a camera-ready twist, the demand for ransom actually did come in the form of an analog note. Users were instructed to turn on their printers, which promptly spat out a demand for a “licensing fee” of $189 to be paid …
The company is launching a new integration for Chrome that lets you write, edit and collaborate in Google Docs, and then effortlessly save and publish your pieces straight to your blog.
a team of open source developers wants to make it easier for just about any company to build the sort of resilient cloud computing systems that run online empires like Google.
Cloud Spanner is the first and only relational database service that is both strongly consistent and horizontally scalable.
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Messaging platform Telegram has launched Telegraph, a new tool for publishing stories on the Web without having to register for an account.
The social network has quietly developed software to suppress posts from appearing in people’s news feeds in specific geographic areas, according to three current and former Facebook employees, who asked for anonymity because the tool is confidential.
A built-from-scratch operating system was in the development for the last 14 years at the Kaspersky Lab. Known as Kaspersky OS – doesn’t borrow anything from Linux – it’s a secure OS based on microkernel architecture!
The experiment was created by VPRO Medialab in collaboration with Studio Moniker, in an effort to create more awareness about how far-reaching user profiling can be.
Microsoft has replaced Command Prompt with PowerShell as the default shell system. Microsoft calls it a way to bring the best command line experience to the users.