According to figures shared with crypto news outlet The Block, blockchain companies dished out nearly $1 million in bug bounties on HackerOne in 2019. Over the course of 2019, white-hat hackers and bug
"The rules are there ain't no rules." — Absolutely no one's parents, ever. "My parents would check my and my brother’s teeth for 'sugar bugs' every night after we brushed our teeth, before we got in bed.
Some time between the years of 673 and 482 BCE, a man was killed in northern England near the modern town of Heslington. His head was severed from his body and tossed into a pit, and any trace of his was
(CNN) — Cuttlefish have the ability to watch 3D movies and react to them much like they would if they saw the real thing out in the ocean. And when it comes to depth perception, they're incredibly proficient.
Hong Kong / New York (CNN Business) — Stocks tumbled Wednesday after Iran launched more than a dozen ballistic missiles at two Iraqi military bases that house US forces. Asian markets dipped sharply as
While curved TVs had a brief moment in the sun (and, oddly, were responsible for the most widely read article I’ve ever written), these days they’ve pretty much disappeared. When it comes to gaming monitors,
Why the U.S. Assassination of Iranian Quds Force Leader Qasem Soleimani Has the U.S. Bracing for Retaliation
The assassination by U.S. airstrike of Iran’s Gen. Qasem Soleimani on Friday immediately ignited concern that the asymmetrical warfare he famously championed would not only survive his death but also it.
The new year is giving scammers an easy way to forge documents, but you can protect yourself with an easy New Year's resolution: Stop abbreviating the year. Why? This year's abbreviation is easily changeable
After a year of nirvana, investors may need to get ready for something a little more normal. Markets are coming off a strong 2019, when stocks and bonds around the world climbed in concert. But for the
Apple has just been granted a patent — concerning virtual positioning of audio — that could eventually lay the groundwork for new, more immersive audio applications. It builds on a previous patent Apple
Employees over 25 will receive a 6.2% pay rise equating to £930 a year for full-time worker Almost 3 million workers in Britain are to receive a pay rise of more than four times the rate of inflation April,
Uncapped, a London-headquartered and Warsaw-based startup that wants to provide “revenue-based” finance to growing European businesses, is officially launching today and disclosing that it has raised million
Comedian Sacha Baron Cohen has waded into the debate about social media regulation. In an award-acceptance speech to the Anti-Defamation League yesterday, the creator of Ali G and Borat delivered a precision
New studies shows purpose gives you grit, and that's what will get you ahead. "Follow your passion" is one of the most frequently repeated bits of work advice. It's also one of the most frequently criticized,
A brilliant, genre-bending French bestseller uses the story of the early church as a parable for the author’s own life This is a brilliant, shocking book. What shocks is not Emmanuel Carrère’s demystifying
It wasn't that she was naive. Katharine Gun knew exactly the sort of work she was employed to do; two years into a job at GCHQ as a Mandarin "analyst" and "translator", it's hard not to. It's just, back
The scientist and author on his latest book – an epic, multidisciplinary analysis of growth – and why humanity’s endless expansion must stop. Vaclav Smil is a distinguished professor emeritus in the faculty