by Julius Shih;
The new Apple Touch ID is considered one of the most public-friendly technologies due to its convenience and level of technology. However, the recent alarming news of identity theft through photos started to raise awareness of the public concerning the threats from top class hackers around us. The emergence of this hacking technique threatens the very fundamental security of our life.
by Lisa Utley;
Two weeks ago, there were major developments in the ongoing push for ‘net neutrality’ in the United States, which would affect Internet use globally.
by Nayantara Bhat;
Imagine a world without the Internet — no Google, no Wikipedia, nothing. As of June 2014, 58% of the world’s population live in such conditions, and Outernet has ambitious hopes to change this with just a satellite, a tuner, and a database of carefully selected offline content.
by Kelvin Wong;
In the wake of Wednesday’s Free Taxi Day, two questions come to mind: does Uber offer a fascinating new experience for calling a taxi, or would Hong Kong be another place where Uber exploits taxi drivers’ income?
by Aman Gupta;
You can finally use WhatsApp in your web browser — but how does that actually work? How will your experience with using the messaging app change?
by Natalie Lung;
NFC technology is once again in the spotlight since Apple Pay was introduced last September. Google and Samsung may have already embedded such technology in its devices and services way before Apple did, but does that mean the race between these competitors to provide NFC is necessary?