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World Create Day

The maker movement is a trend in which individuals or groups of individuals create and market products that are recreated and assembled using unused, discarded or broken electronic, plastic, silicon or virtually any raw material and/or product from a computer-related device. The maker movement has led to the creation of a number of technology products.

Christmas lights hacking ideas

It is time to set up Christmas lights if you have not already done that. You can set up traditional lights or go to high tech direction with Internet of Things twist (leading finally to Internet of Christmas Lights). If you are interested on the high-tech approach is a good idea to read the tips

Uses for Quantum Entanglement

Are advances in quantum science good or fad for  encryption? It is both. It is believed that quantum computers can break many widely used encryption systems too easily: Quantum computing is a major threat to crypto, says the NSA. Cryptographers are already interested in post-quantum crypto – they are working to develop new algorithms that

How to Fix Everything

How to Fix Everything article is a profile of iFixit, the company helping us continue doing DIY repairs on modern electronics. “Normally if I purchase a hammer, if the head of the hammer falls off, I’m allowed to repair it” Manufacturers have attempted to use the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to claim that they own