Marvel at the spread of a botnet around the world in this 44-second time-lapse covering five days' infection activity, as measured by observing new joins to a botmaster's IRC channel. It's really fascinating how geographical our Internet activity really is -- how a bot's jump to another region (seemingly) precipitates more local infections as (presumably) local users communicate with nearby systems.
Google’s recently announced new redesign of desktop search results would have made ads pretty much look exactly like search results. Google is now backtracking, listening to the criticism, and trying a different visual approach.
Boxed wines have come a long way since their admittedly subpar debut, and it’s now possible to grab a box of wine that delivers a surprising amount of flavor and body for a price that won’t break the bank. This Boxxle Premium Wine Dispenser makes it even easier to enjoy your favorite bag-in-box wine by […]
If you’re interested in either beginning or furthering a career in graphic design, you need to have a thorough understanding of Adobe’s famed editing and illustration tools, and these bundles will get you to where you need to be for a fraction of what you’d pay for an in-class education. 1. The Essential Adobe Photoshop […]
Laptops are great when it comes to getting work done on the move, but sometimes you need a better and more responsive keyboard in order to get your work done away from your desktop. Here are six top-rated Bluetooth keyboards that will help you power through your tasks both at the office or while you’re […]