Friday, December 15, 2017

Kelly Paik

Kelly Paik
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Kelly Paik writes about science and technology for Fanvive. When she's not catching up on the latest innovations, she uses her free-time painting and roaming to places with languages she can't speak. Because she rather enjoys fumbling through cities and picking things on the menu through a process of eeny meeny miny moe.

Latest email dump from Wikileaks comes with malware

Accessing confidential government emails loses its utility when most of the content turns out to be nothing more than spam and links to malware....

Google Fiber thinks about going wireless

Google Fiber is eyeing the idea of providing their high-speed internet service using wireless technology. The move would get them out of the business...

The next great antibiotic discovery could be lodged up your nose

Scientists have been searching far and wide for solutions that could help avert an impending armageddon caused by antibiotic-resistant bacteria. But new research shows...

QuadRooter vulnerability puts 900 million Android phones at risk

Android users might be feeling a little exposed in the wake of a report by Check Point researchers that found almost a billion phones...

Hulu shuts off free streaming service

Hulu has been pushing its free content users to turn into paying subscribers for a while now. It started off innocuously enough when they...

Instagram is helping you fight harassment and celebrities love it

As integral as social media has become to our daily lives, it can prove itself a scary place on occasion with trolls regularly spewing...

Pokemon Go’s latest update draws a backlash from players

Niantic says its first major update to Pokemon Go since the game’s launch last month will make it more stable. But the changes have...

What happens to Yahoo now that Verizon bought its core business?

The curtain is finally drawing to a close on Yahoo’s 22-year long run. On July 25th, Verizon announced it will buy the struggling internet...

Amazon and the UK are partnering to make drone deliveries a reality

Amazon’s dreams to deliver orders by drone are still grounded in the US but they seem to be just taking off in the UK....

The human brain in stunning new detail

We don’t use 100-year-old maps to get around town. Yet neuroscientists are still using some maps of the brain made a century ago to...

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