“Will more family photos survive from gran’s lifetime than from yours?”
The answer to this seemingly absurd question may seem like “no” at first glance, but think again. 684 more words
Generations after the year 2000 take the internet for granted. Its benefits, its accessibility and easy to use programs, for them, are things that will have always been there for everybody. 794 more words
When you really need to get a signal in from Pluto, a direct connection isn’t always possible. Oh sure, when it’s a big project like New Horizons, you can make sure the line is clear and someone’s listening — but for routine updates from a Neptune orbiter or power-starved comet lander, there’s Delay/Disruption Tolerant Networking, which just… 404 more words
A look inside the Department of Homeland Security’s cyber hub. From TheVerge. The building where the Department of Homeland Security tracks every cyber attack against the US is surprisingly bland.