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Programming Languages May Finally Be Reaching a Status Quo

Programming Languages May Finally Be Reaching a Status Quo

In new rankings from analyst firm RedMonk, Apple’s programming language Swift and Android favorite Kotlin saw their meteoric growth slightly slow down.
Your Chicken’s Salmonella Problem Is Worse Than You Think

Your Chicken’s Salmonella Problem Is Worse Than You Think

And cooking it to kingdom come won't necessarily protect you.
How to Stop Google From Tracking Your Location

How to Stop Google From Tracking Your Location

A new report shows that Google still tracks your location even if you thought you opted out.
Star Wars News: Disney Would Like Its Movies Back Now, Please

Star Wars News: Disney Would Like Its Movies Back Now, Please

The Mouse House reportedly wants all of them for its streaming service.
Watch a Harlem Globetrotter Sink a Shot from a Plane

Watch a Harlem Globetrotter Sink a Shot from a Plane

Really, this is a classic projectile motion physics problem.
GE Smart Countertop Microwave Review: Future Food

GE Smart Countertop Microwave Review: Future Food

GE loaded this microwave with Alexa capabilities and scan-to-cook technology. But those high-tech features make microwaving more complicated than ever.
A Mind-Bending Avalanche Animation That Could Save Your Life

A Mind-Bending Avalanche Animation That Could Save Your Life

Thanks in part to groundwork laid by the animators of Disney’s *Frozen*, this simulation may help develop better avalanche warning systems.
You Don't Have to React to Every Post and Text You See—Promise

You Don't Have to React to Every Post and Text You See—Promise

Feeling the need to tack a reaction on everything you see is stressful. But you don't have to do it.
Hacked Water Heaters Could Trigger Mass Blackouts Someday

Hacked Water Heaters Could Trigger Mass Blackouts Someday

A new study found that just 42,000 of those hacked home devices could be enough to leave a country of 38 million people in the dark.
Fax Machines Are Still Everywhere, and Wildly Insecure

Fax Machines Are Still Everywhere, and Wildly Insecure

Researchers have demonstrated that sending a single malicious fax is all it takes to break into a network.
To Identify a Hacker, Treat Them Like a Burglar

To Identify a Hacker, Treat Them Like a Burglar

A preliminary study shows that hackers penetrate systems in unique, documentable ways—just like criminals in the physical world.
A Clever Android Hack Takes Advantage of Sloppy Storage

A Clever Android Hack Takes Advantage of Sloppy Storage

The so-called man in the disk attack uses Android's permissive external storage to wreak havoc on devices.
Hackers Turned an Amazon Echo Into a Spy Bug

Hackers Turned an Amazon Echo Into a Spy Bug

Researchers found they could turn the smart speakers into surveillance devices—if they could get their own attack tool on the same Wi-Fi.
Invisible Mouse Clicks Let Hackers Burrow Deep into MacOS

Invisible Mouse Clicks Let Hackers Burrow Deep into MacOS

A former NSA hacker finds a new way malware can take control of a Mac's mouse for a powerful intrusion technique.
The Techies Turning Kenya Into a Silicon Savannah

The Techies Turning Kenya Into a Silicon Savannah

The country is home to a $1 billion tech scene.
Alex Jones Tops This Week's Internet News Roundup

Alex Jones Tops This Week's Internet News Roundup

Last week the Infowars founder was booted from several platforms—but not Twitter.
Elon Musk’s Tweets, Tesla Might Go Private, Uber Loses in NYC, and More Car News

Elon Musk’s Tweets, Tesla Might Go Private, Uber Loses in NYC, and More Car News

Plus, we chat with Kodiak Robotics, a new autonomous trucking startup, and Steve McQueen’s Ford Mustang Bullitt is back.
Police Departments Need to Stop Posting Mugshots on Twitter

Police Departments Need to Stop Posting Mugshots on Twitter

Opinion: When police departments post photos of protestors on social media, it puts them at risk of harassment, or worse.
The Creative Ways Your Boss Is Spying on You

The Creative Ways Your Boss Is Spying on You

The most common snooping techniques are relatively subtle, but trouble emerges when employers invest too much significance in these metrics.
RadWagon Review: Finally, an Affordable E-Cargo Bike

RadWagon Review: Finally, an Affordable E-Cargo Bike

Rad Power's RadWagon makes hauling groceries and kids a breeze, at a price you can actually pay.