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When Politicians Play Web Designers
Opinion: Banning unwanted "dark patterns" from apps and sites may also take away the design features users want.
Privacy problems are age-old. The extravagant Sun King, Louis XIV of France, popularized the envelope as he used them to protect his letters from the prying eyes of the chambermaid or shopkeeper. In the colonial era, adhesive envelopes and patterned lining he… [+5141 chars]
Stephanie Thien Hang Nguyen, Lea Kissner
2019-09-25 13:00:00




New Google Nest Wifi Brings Mesh Nodes That Double As Smart Speakers
The original Google Wifi promised reliable and fast internet across your entire home using a series of identical mesh nodes positioned around your house. It’s the same approach that’s used for the company’s new and renamed Nest Wifi. But now, a central router…
The original Google Wifi promised reliable and fast internet across your entire home using a series of identical mesh nodes positioned around your house. Its the same approach thats used for the companys new and renamed Nest Wifi. But now, a central router is… [+2367 chars]
Andrew Liszewski
2019-10-15 14:50:00




What Would It Take to Shut Down the Entire Internet?
Not too long ago, we here at Giz Asks contemplated what might happen if the entire internet shut down at once. One imaginative stumbling block, in playing out the implications of that scenario, was how something like that could happen in the first place. And …
Not too long ago, we here at Giz Asks contemplated what might happen if the entire internet shut down at once. One imaginative stumbling block, in playing out the implications of that scenario, was how something like that could happen in the first place. And … [+21683 chars]
Daniel Kolitz
2019-09-30 12:00:00




What Will the Internet Look Like in 2030?
Something has happened to our sense of the future. In old movies or TV shows, the future was often depicted as a wholly alien world, a barely recognizable landscape of flying cars, and out of control clones. On a show like Black Mirror, by contrast, the futur…
Something has happened to our sense of the future. In old movies or TV shows, the future was often depicted as a wholly alien world, a barely recognizable landscape of flying cars, and out of control clones. On a show like Black Mirror, by contrast, the futur… [+17899 chars]
Daniel Kolitz
2019-10-21 14:05:00




India's on a digital sprint that is leaving millions behind
Millions have no access to the internet despite it being one of the fastest-growing markets.
Image copyrightAFPImage caption India's rural internet density is poor India has more than 630 million internet subscribers. But for every Indian who has access to the internet, there is at least one who does not and that person is most likely living in a … [+6344 chars]
https://www.facebook.com/bbcnews
2019-10-17 04:09:38




Design fiction, politicized: the wearable face projector
In 2017, a group of Dutch design students created some fictional anonymity "products" that they displayed under the name "Group Anonymous" at Milan Design Week. One of these design fiction pieces was Group Anonymous member Jing-cai Liu's "wearable face projec…
In 2017, a group of Dutch design students created some fictional anonymity "products" that they displayed under the name "Group Anonymous" at Milan Design Week. One of these design fiction pieces was Group Anonymous member Jing-cai Liu's "wearable face proje… [+3379 chars]
Cory Doctorow
2019-10-17 20:51:56




Nintendo's Old Japanese Websites Are An Internet Time Trip
During the late 20th century, Nintendo launched websites to promote games and hardware. At the time of writing, some of those websites are still live, providing an opportunity to visit the internet of yesteryear. Read more...
During the late 20th century, Nintendo launched websites to promote games and hardware. At the time of writing, some of those websites are still live, providing an opportunity to visit the internet of yesteryear. The earliest sites date from the early 1990s … [+1107 chars]
Brian Ashcraft
2019-10-22 10:00:00




This is Google's Pixel 4 smartphone, according to one of the most reliable gadgets leakers on the internet (GOOG, GOOGL)
Evan Blass / @evleaks / Twitter Above is the Google Pixel 4, according to one of the most reliable gadgets leakers on the internet, Evan Blass — known as @evleaks on Twitter. The Pixel 4 is such a badly kept secret that it's been leaked over and over in the l…
It's odd to say that Google will "reveal" the Pixel 4 during its October 15 event because there really isn't much about the Pixel 4 to reveal at this point. There have been so many leaks and reports that, combined with Google's own teasing of the upcoming ph… [+1293 chars]
feedback@businessinsider.com (Antonio Villas-Boas), Antonio Villas-Boas
2019-10-01 14:06:32




10 weird and wonderful products you never knew you needed until now
Unless you live under a rock, you know you can find just about anything on the internet – even things you never knew existed. But having constant access to super cool stuff means you need to be extra careful when it comes to figuring out what's actually worth…
Unless you live under a rock, you know you can find just about anything on the internet even things you never knew existed. But having constant access to super cool stuff means you need to be extra careful when it comes to figuring out what's actually worth t… [+5932 chars]
Miller Kern
2019-09-28 09:00:00




Learn Arduino, Raspberry Pi, or CAD with these e-books that are on sale
Technology is constantly changing, with everything from cars to homes becoming smarter by the day. If you're thinking, "Yeah, but Facebook, Google, and Amazon are recording all of our personal data in the process," you're not wrong. But don't let that taint y…
Technology is constantly changing, with everything from cars to homes becoming smarter by the day. If you're thinking, "Yeah, but Facebook, Google, and Amazon are recording all of our personal data in the process," you're not wrong. But don't let that taint y… [+2876 chars]
Leah Stodart
2019-09-28 09:00:00




Netgear’s new Orbi mesh Wi-Fi system has a compact design, lower price tag
The new Orbi WiFi System (RBK14) can cover homes up to 6,000 sq. ft. What you need to know Netgear has come up with a new Orbi dual band Mesh WiFi system. The company's latest Orbi Home WiFi system is designed for households with several internet-connected de…
Netgear is expanding its Orbi family of mesh WiFi network systems with the introduction of new Orbi dual band mesh WiFi system. Designed for medium to large sized homes, the Orbi "whole home" mesh WiFi system consists of one router paired with one or more sat… [+904 chars]
Babu Mohan
2019-10-15 08:24:46




Anna Sui, Fashion’s Favorite Daughter, Gets Her Day in the Sun
With a museum retrospective that looks back at her four decades in fashion, the designer recalls the early influences in her storied career.
Still, I would not be the first person to see sexism in how long it took the industry to appreciate your work. Do you think? How emotional was it to take this long retrospective view? For so many years, I never looked back. You dont have time when youre de… [+1514 chars]
Guy Trebay
2019-10-03 20:34:02




Score this stellar HP laptop for more than half off (while you can)
TL;DR: Upgrade that old laptop like a boss and beat the Black Friday rush with this latest price drop from HP on their sleek, reliable 15t laptop. Normally $1099.99, it is on sale now for only $449.99. These days, having a reliable laptop is an absolute neces…
TL;DR: Upgrade that old laptop like a boss and beat the Black Friday rush with this latest price drop from HP on their sleek, reliable 15t laptop. Normally $1099.99, it is on sale now for only $449.99.   These days, having a reliable laptop is an absolute ne… [+1829 chars]
Chris Rierson
2019-10-18 13:41:15




YouTuber lets followers redecorate his bedroom via Twitter bot
Tech vlogger Michael Reeves doesn't know much about interior design, so he's letting his followers decorate his room for him. "The reason it's so empty and boring and looks like the purgatory realm between life and death is because I don't know how to decorat…
Tech vlogger Michael Reeves doesn't know much about interior design, so he's letting his followers decorate his room for him.  "The reason it's so empty and boring and looks like the purgatory realm between life and death is because I don't know how to decor… [+2491 chars]
Morgan Sung
2019-10-10 23:48:38




Facebook’s new Portal increases privacy, but is still searching for a reason to exist
The timing of the original Portal’s launch was less than ideal. The company reportedly pushed things back as the Cambridge Analytica scandal hit full broil, only to be hit with another data breach disclosure. If there’s a lesson to be learned with this year’s…
The timing of the original Portals launch was less than ideal. The company reportedly pushed things back as the Cambridge Analytica scandal hit full broil, only to be hit with another data breach disclosure. If theres a lesson to be learned with this years se… [+5248 chars]
Brian Heater
2019-10-15 12:00:31




Cars Aren't Going Anywhere, and More Transportation News This Week
Plus, we investigate a new, tiny jet engine for cargo-touting drones, and check out Volvo's first electric car.
If experiments on the ground are cool, experiments in the sky are cooler. And so we can count ourselves extra icey this week, as we got to see to high-flying studies. First, we chatted with aviation company UAV Turbines, which is building mini, watermelon-siz… [+2653 chars]
Aarian Marshall
2019-10-20 13:00:00




Kickstarter greenlights a monster-shaped, gender-inclusive sex toy
In a rare move, Kickstarter will feature a sex toy. The sex toy brand Cute Little Fuckers (CLF) will get its very own campaign on the crowdfunding platform on Tuesday. The company has already released three gender-inclusive sex toys shaped like monsters, and …
In a rare move, Kickstarter will feature a sex toy. The sex toy brand Cute Little Fuckers (CLF) will get its very own campaign on the crowdfunding platform on Tuesday. The company has already released three gender-inclusive sex toys shaped like monsters, and… [+3179 chars]
Siobhan Neela-Stock
2019-09-24 16:05:06




Accessibility, the future, and why Domino’s matters
Is the Web subject to the ADA? "Of course," says congressman who wrote the ADA.
Technology is changing the way we interact with companies like Domino's, for sure. 0 with 0 posters participating The US Supreme Court last week formally declined to weigh in on an argument that the Americans with Disabilities Act should not apply to websit… [+9530 chars]
Kate Cox
2019-10-20 14:15:57




Ask Hackaday: Does Your Car Need an Internet Killswitch?
Back in the good old days of carburetors and distributors, the game was all about busting door locks and hotwiring the ignition to boost a car. Technology rose up to combat this, you may remember the immobilizer systems that added a chip to the ignition key w…
Back in the good old days of carburetors and distributors, the game was all about busting door locks and hotwiring the ignition to boost a car. Technology rose up to combat this, you may remember the immobilizer systems that added a chip to the ignition key w… [+7341 chars]
Lewin Day
2019-10-01 14:00:00




Foxconn releases and cancels plans for a giant dome in Wisconsin
A new Foxconn entity called Fii has been taking center stage in the Wisconsin project, but it isn’t covered by the original contract with the state.
The data center proposed, then withdrawn, by Foxconn. | Image: Mount Pleasant Planning Commission On September 12th, the village of Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin, where Foxconn is supposed to be building its enormous factory, released plans for a new building: a … [+6010 chars]
Josh Dzieza
2019-10-03 15:38:58
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