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Can an app help curb your social media addiction?

Can an app help curb your social media addiction? A new app has launched to help those who may rely on their smartphones too much, including those who may spend a little too much time on social media.“There is so much noise in the media about this issue but most of the data is anecdotal without any real data.

Twitter goes Exploring: Your Timeline, Moments & Search are now in one tab

Twitter goes Exploring: Your Timeline, Moments & Search are now in one tab You may have noticed that the latest version of your Twitter app looks a little different – or will very soon.Now there’s a new tab called Explore, and it’s another feature that offers user the chance to find out what’s happening across Twitter.

Will 2017 be the year that IoT threats go mainstream?

Will 2017 be the year that IoT threats go mainstream? There’s just one problem: from a security perspective IoT devices are fundamentally flawed.If 2016 was the year IoT-powered botnets became big news, then the coming 12 months could see the trend finally go mainstream.

Pedaling to protect the planet: New bike made out of recycled paper and plastics

Pedaling to protect the planet: New bike made out of recycled paper and plastics Entrepreneur Alberto Gonzalez has developed the Urban GC1, the first bike to be made almost entirely of recycled paper and plastics.With the Urban GC1, getting a flat tire is impossible since the tires do not use air.

Researchers confirm long-held fears about SHA-1 encryption’s vulnerabilities

Researchers confirm long-held fears about SHA-1 encryption’s vulnerabilities Now, evidence of the first known “collision” of two files with the same SHA-1 hash has demonstrated that the function is no longer safe to use.While this has been observed before in relation to other hash algorithms, this is the first time that two SHA-1 hashes have collided, according to a report from Ars Technica.

Your fingerprint is the key to unlocking this notebook called the Lockbook

Your fingerprint is the key to unlocking this notebook called the Lockbook Meet the Lockbook, heralded as the world’s first fingerprint-protected notebook.The notebook claims to use “high quality ink-friendly paper” that is “ideal for smooth writing.

Researchers use Intel’s Software Guard Extensions to conceal malware

Researchers use Intel’s Software Guard Extensions to conceal malware Intended to help users keep their systems safe and secure, Intel Software Guard Extensions is a set of CPU instructions that can make particular portions of code and data private.However, a new paper suggests that SGX could in fact be used to facilitate a malicious attack.

Simulator User Edition: canichaikait

 Simulator User Edition: canichaikait This is a side project I am thinking about making into a sort of "spin-off series".I used canichaikait as a guinea pig to see how this type of "Simulator" would be recieved.

10 Mistakes you can never take back

10 Mistakes you can never take back Who looks at the titles anyway 13 hrs agoThe circle is now complete 23 hrs agoRonnie Goes On A "Magical" Train Ride With Morgan Freeman?22 hrs agoThat awkward moment when!

Facial recognition tech takes on Beijing’s toilet-paper thieves

Facial recognition tech takes on Beijing’s toilet-paper thieves Beijing has a toilet-paper problem and it’s turning to facial recognition to tackle it.If you require more, you’ll need to wait a full nine minutes before you can use the machine again.

Girl comes over robot's house

Girl comes over robot's house 35736617Anonymous I 35736617 28 min.ago nobbe meihigh schooldays agoain math classibored so I do drawings on papereonly thing I can draw are pep'sbecause ychanwe agirl on my left sees it even though i21.

Paper artist transforms historical landmarks into silly scenes

Paper artist transforms historical landmarks into silly scenes Have you ever heard of the word naumachia?Until I got to Rome I hadn’t either, but it’s a word the Romans used to describe simulated naval fights - they were like gladiator battles on a bigger and wetter scale.