We’re not quite through 2015 yet, so app developers still have time to make the prophecies foretold by director Robert Zemeckis’ documentary Back to the Future: Part II come true. And to that end, The Weather Network’s latest app update uses radar and algorithms to predict when, exactly, it is going to start and stop raining.
The new feature, appropriately called “Rain Start Stop,” claims to give you a few hours to finalize the details on your outdoor activities.
The largest Apple iCloud raid in history has seen nearly a quarter of a million accounts compromised by malware targeting app pirates.
The hack spree, affecting at least 225,000 valid Apple cloud accounts, is hitting jailbroken iThings – devices that have had Cupertino's strict device security controls bypassed and disabled.
It’s official: the universe is weird. Our everyday experience tells us that distant objects cannot influence each other, and don’t disappear just because no one is looking at them. Even Albert Einstein was dead against such ideas because they clashed so badly with our views of the real world.
On the back of the Moto X Pure is a small indentation.
Despite being on a new flagship phone, it’s a feature without function – or at least nothing to boast about. No megapixels or milliamperes, just a circular recess containing a manufacturer’s logo.
The Motorola dimple, as the little dent is affectionately known, can be found on every smartphone the company has released since 2013. On the latest models, it’s been incorporated into a strip below the rear camera and flash, drawing further attention to a seemingly useless feature.
Remember those hackers who remotely took over a Jeep Cherokee from miles away last month? Uber just hired them.
Computer security engineers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek will work in Uber’s Pittsburgh offices, home to the company’s self-driving car and robotics research lab, the New York Times reports. They’ll work with Joe Sullivan, Uber’s chief security officer, and John Flynn, chief information security officer. Together, they’ll work toward “building out a world-class safety and security program at Uber.”