Matthew Hughes is a software developer, student and writer from Liverpool, England. He is seldom found without a cup of strong black coffee in his hand and absolutely adores his Macbook Pro and his camera. You can read his blog at http://www.matthewhughes.co.uk and follow him on twitter at @matthewhughes.
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Android One, Google’s program to create high quality yet inexpensive smartphones, is finally a reality. Learn all about these new smartphones and how they could change the world.
Meet Kyle and Stan. No, I’m not talking about the potty-mouthed duo from South Park, but rather the latest Malvertising network from hell. It’s ingenius. It’s pernicious. And it threatens both Mac and Windows users. Malvertising is a portmanteau of ‘malware’ and ‘advertising’. The way it works is simple. Firstly, legitimate online advertising channels are used in order […]
Whenever you use your cell phone, you assume that it is connecting to a secure, trusted tower, and that nobody is intercepting your phone calls. Well, excluding the NSA and GCHQ, of course. But what if that wasn’t the case? What if your phone had connected to a cell tower operated by a rogue individual, […]
However, a number of glass alloys have been found which can form in thick layers, and it is these that are called ‘Bulk Metallic Glasses’. Learn more about the potential for this glass.
Are you a creative person? Perhaps you’re a fiction author, or an investigative journalist? Monetizing your work is tricky. Here are four of the best ways to monetize content without an inch of advertising.
There’s not a single aspect of the human experience that hasn’t been touched by technology. Everything from industry, to medicine, to how we work has been fundamentally reshaped by the technologies which emerged in the second half of the 20th century.
Cryptolocker might be dead and buried, but there’s a new piece of malware looking to take the Ransomware crown. It’s called TorrentLocker, and it’s positively evil. TorrentLocker is said to borrow features from both the infamous CryptoLocker ransomware, as well as CryptoWall. Despite being a derivative of these malware programs, the security researchers who discovered […]
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Good news for anyone affected by Cryptolocker. IT security firms FireEye and Fox-IT have launched a long-awaited service to decrypt files held hostage by the notorious ransomware. This comes shortly after researchers working for Kyrus Technology released a blog post detailing how CryptoLocker works, as well as how they reverse engineered it to acquire the […]
Do you know what your rights are when travelling overseas with a laptop, smartphone or hard drive?
Australia has the ABC, the UK has the BBC, Ireland has RTÉ, and America has the venerable NPR.
The new school term is almost here, and with it, a deluge of Chromebooks at a rock-bottom price, courtesy of Amazon. Here are some of the best.
Solar power allows the clean generation of electricity, using a source that is guaranteed to never run out in our lifetime – the sun. But will it ever beat out the power companies?
Police in England have arrested a Nottingham man accused of running a proxy server that provides access to sites subject to court-mandated blocks. The man – who has since been released on bail – was accused of running the Immunicity proxy service, which has been taken down by the authorities. This was designed to unblock […]