Sunday, October 22, 2017

John Niedbala

John Niedbala
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John Niedbala is the Editor-in-Chief and writer for Fanvive. When he's not working, you'll likely find him on the tennis court or trying a new local restaurant.

The internet of things bot Mirai goes open source

Typically when we see open source software we envision a community of programmers working together to develop useful software. However, hackers have been utilizing the same...

What’s next for Yahoo after a confirmed data breach in 2014

In what initially looked like a quiet end to an internet pioneer, Yahoo announced on September 22nd that almost 500 million accounts were hacked...

Google Trips wants to plan your next vacation

Planning a vacation should be fun and free of stress... right? For many vacation goers stress can begin as soon as you pick a destination. Just as important...

Samsung helps identify good Note 7 batteries

Samsung has just released their latest plan to help you identify if your Note 7 is at risk of exploding. In a soon to be...

Google’s Deepmind develops Wavenet, Text to Speech sounds more human

Knowing that the voice on the other end of the phone is human will be getting a bit more difficult. Google’s Deepmind, who had...

Intel’s 7th generation processor helps bring 4K mainstream

To no surprise, Intel focused a lot of attention on how the new 7th generation processor will allow you to easily view, edit, and...

Intel’s Euclid is a candy bar sized RealSense PC

On August 16th, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich on stage for the keynote at the Intel Developers Forum 2016 (IDF 2016) announced the Euclid. A...

New malware targets air gapped systems

Are the fans on your air-gapped system sound a little off? Maybe they are rapidly changing speeds? You better roll back the security footage...

Barefoot promises to revolutionize the tech industry

Barefoot Networks is on the verge of transforming an industry, and until now no one has heard of them. According to Barefoot, the Tofino...

Snowden’s new device detects if your phone is informing on you

On July 21st at the MIT Forbidden Research presentation Edward Snowden and Andrew “Bunnie” Huang presented their iPhone case that allows you to detect...

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Researchers made an edible sensor that monitors intestinal health

Diagnosing stomach and intestinal problems can be hard to do without seeing exactly what’s going on inside. That’s why scientists have for some time...
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Pixel Buds by Google has the opportunity to change the world

In San Francisco last week Google held their Google's Pixel 2 event. Along with announcing the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, Google made...
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New research confirms the link between drought and violence

In times when the land is parched, we see crops wither in the sun, commodity prices skyrocket, and local economies destabilize. For these reasons,...