Someone targeted 130 major companies in a giant phishing campaign. We’re talking about going after places like Microsoft, AT&T, Verizon, Coinbase, and more. And it looks like they were successful in gaining access with at least two major companies. And that’s what we know… so far. Check out the top story for the details.
I went hands-on (literally) with the Galaxy Z Flip 4. Come for the review. Stay for the woodworking. Stay even longer for the twist ending.
Security researchers are investigating a large-scale phishing attack that targeted over 130 companies, including financial institutions, messaging services, and telecom operators. The extent of this hacking campaign, dubbed “0ktapus,” may take several years to fully unravel. Read More »
I always liked the idea of foldable phones but questioned their usefulness. The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 changed my mind and convinced me the concept is sound. It’s the foldable that makes sense for most people, and it actually solves a very real problem. If you don’t mind a compromise or two. Read More »
To celebrate the Steam Deck’s upcoming East Asian launch, Valve has published a 50-page digital booklet explaining the console’s development process, purpose, and future. This booklet confirms that future iterations of Steam Deck are on the tablet, but oddly enough, it also states that Valve will offer a “general installer” for SteamOS. Read More »
In July, NASA confirmed its epic new Artemis 1 mega-rocket would launch in late August or early September, and now all systems are a go for August 29th. Here’s how to watch NASA’s uncrewed mission heading to the moon. Read More »
Garmin’s bike computers offer a ton of constantly improving features for cyclists, like GPS, maps, navigation, and a slew of health and fitness options. This week, the company released a big beta update for the Edge 1040 with even more features and ebike support. Read More »
The NFL season is back, meaning it’s time to sit around the big screen with friends or family and watch your favorite team blow that 10-point lead. One of the best ways to show your team spirit is with these neat stainless steel laser-cut team drink coasters.
Buyers get four 4×4 coasters with a durable cork backing, and a heavy-duty stainless steel design with laser-cut officially licensed team logos. So, grab a set and get ready for the season. They make great gifts, too.
Using “password” as your password has never been a good idea. If you’re having trouble remembering your passwords (or coming up with good ones to begin with), a password manager can take care of that for you. Read More »
During its I/O 2022 conference, Google teased that a next-gen Fitbit device could run Wear OS. People really took that teaser to heart. And while I hate to rain on their parade, I’m here to say that Wear OS would ruin everything that’s good about Fitbit’s products. Read More »
This week Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg confirmed that the company’s all-new virtual reality headset would arrive this October. After showing off several new VR prototypes in June, it sounds like the wait is almost over for what’s coming next. Read More »
At a live event on Thursday evening, the CEOs of SpaceX and T-Mobile took the stage at Starbase, Texas, to announce the companies’ new joint venture: Coverage Above & Beyond. The unexpected pairing aims to eliminate cellphone dead zones in the United States. Read More »
If you’re in the market for an Xbox Series S, now’s the time to pull out your wallet. Best Buy is offering a free game of your choice when you buy the Xbox Series S console—and yes, this includes new and expensive games like the $100 Forza Horizon 5 Premium. Read More »
As part of its continued effort to fight government-funded mercenary spyware, Apple will offer a new “Lockdown Mode” in iOS 16 and macOS Ventura. The average person will never use this setting, but it should offer enhanced protection for common targets of global governments, such as journalists and dissidents. Read More »
We’re knee-deep in the world of Bluetooth, and the average customer has absolutely zero interest in wired headphones or speakers. Still, they complain about Bluetooth, and I happily complain with them. Bluetooth audio is one of the biggest downgrades in tech history—outside of a few situations, it’s the worst possible alternative to a messy wad of headphone cables. Read More »
Playlists are a huge part of Spotify, and anyone can create their own public playlists for others to enjoy. People get very creative with playlists—as they should—but some take it to the extreme. Let’s get weird. Read More »