Vladimir Putin's sending of Russian subs to Sweden relives the 1981 Cold War era. Here's how.
Jean Tirole, 2014 winner of the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences, has some lessons for the Internet business. Larry Press elaborates.
Gamergaters accelerate their assault on gaming critics and female gaming designers. David Michaelis reports. Video roundup. Warning: graphic violence, language.
The devastating blizzard in the Annapurna region has taken the lives of 39 hikers near Tharong La Pass, the highest point in the trek. Here's a closer look.
What made Ebola-exposed hospital workers hop a plane or take a Carnival cruise. A collossal kind of made-in-America selfishness, says our Ted Rall. Essay.
In his latest dispatch from Chaos Manor, Jerry Pournelle reviews new tech, opens up his mailbox and tells you what is really going on with The Precious.
Ebola has spread past West Africa. So far three cases have been diagnosed in the US, and the CDC is looking for 172 airline passengers. Real time stats are available at Ebola Outbreaks ...
Is short-term greed spreading Ebola? Our Ted Rall says yes. Here's how.
In part two of his Interview with a Singleton series, our intrepid reporter Lamont Wood hears one singularity being's desperate plea for survival ...
Cyborgs are promoted in some quarters as the future ultimate empowerment of disabled. See the pioneering research and blow-back here.
Here's Ted Rall on emerging evidence that the US created ISIS, a "monster," he says, that will take 30 years to kill. Exclusive Ted Rall commentary here ...
The folks at solar light company Waka Waka aren't just gifting social lights to the needy in Liberia. They've published an outstanding Ebola infographic ...
Tech geniuses do have some pretty eccentric habits. Check them out here.
What are your favorite Steve Jobs moments on YouTube? On the fifth anniversary of the Apple cofounder's death, we're rounding them up and taking suggestions
The Apple iPhone 6 bends easily, giving a new meaning to the Apple slogan "it just works." Or is it "it just warps?"
After Apple said the iPhone 6 would be hard for the NSA to hack, officials said people who buy it might be outside the law. Here's Ted Rall with more.
If you're unable to figure out the best way to edit your smartphone photography, try adding a filter. Ant Pruitt shows you how.
Computers sure use a lot of memory today. Remember when a byte was a revolution? How the times have changed. Tom Sloan's History of Memory cartoon, here.
What makes a serial killer tick? Who are the worst serial killers of all time? Here's a great infographic for you. It's Bloodthirsty: Inside the Mind of a Serial Killer.
Legendary columnist Jerry Pournelle is back with lots of commentary and news for you. Welcome back to Chaos Manor.
aNewDomain — From NeoMam, the same folks who produced the viral hit infographic, How To Disappear Completely Online, comes this How To Stay Anonymous Online in 2014 infographic. Created using data from Forbes.com, Code Diaries, the Electronic Frontier Foundation and more, this thoughtful graphic provides a thorough explainer on how you can use proxy servers, a […]
Here's our Ted Rall with commentary on the Ray Rice controversy and the NFL. Here's why he says firing Rice was at once too harsh -- and too lenient.
What do Apple patents reveal about the Apple Watch? Our world renowned IP attorney and analyst, Archimedes IP's Tom Ewing, takes a look.
From invisible braces to smart ovens, NASA spinoffs are a huge part of daily life, industrial innovations and lifesaving tech. Check it out.
So, what are we in for when Google comes out with self-driving cars? I don’t know. But I wonder if they'll be programmed to drive like real humans.
Tired of talking over jackhammers? No problem. Lamont Wood recommends you switch to prisoner code. Here's why.
Take a real tech free vacation. You need one. Here's why. Tech Free Vacation infographic.
Here's a weekend project for you, courtesy our Rob Reilly. Here's how to install Xubuntu 14.04 on an old notebook. Easy.
Rob Reilly has a Samsung Galaxy S5 with a built in infrared sensor. Here's how to harness that tech with a nice little app, Smart Remote for Android. it's our app of the day ...
The violent protests in Ferguson started a long-overdue conversation on police violence against African-Americans. Here's why. Ted Rall commentary.
Things can go terribly wrong with hardware demos. So here's how to show yours to the world -- with a minimum of risk and a lot of panache.
Are leaders born? Maybe. But you can learn leadership traits. Check out this Traits of a Kick Ass Leader infographic ...
Here's how to build a Hummingboard Slidecam. Handy!
Gotten a call from a fake Microsoft tech support guy lately? Here's our Lamont Wood on phone scams, cannibalism and the AT&T CL4939 have to do with it.
It's Ebola 101. What it is, how it's transmitted and how to prevent it ...
As MakerBot and Home Depot strike a deal to put desktop 3D printers in stores, our Mark Kaelin explores 3D printing. He says it will disrupt our lives in ways we can't yet fully understand. Analysis.
Our IP expert Tom Ewing rounds up hot wartech circa World War I. Check out World War I patents for the submarine, machine gun, metal helmet and more ...
Somewhere in a galaxy far, far away there's a job for you. Really. Check out the Star Wars occupation flow chart infographic.
Back to school? Here are the Top 10 Tablets for Kids, courtesy of Bellanbeau. Find all the regular options here -- and did up some surprising entries, too. Infographic, gift guide.
Here's the top 40 tourist scams around the world. We know you're too smart to fall for them, but it never hurts to be up on scammer state of the art.
Our game reviewer Puching Zhang on what there is to love about Mario Kart 8. Deep dive review with screenshots, video ...
Joren de Wachter tells a TedX audience in Leuven, Belgium that IP is a thought crime. What? Here's why. Commentary ...
In the latest Tom Sloan cartoon, Tom ponders what do we buy when there are no more light bulbs?
Larry Press reviews NBC's Tour de France 2014 app for Apple iOS. Check it out here.
Here's the latest Ted Rall cartoon. The focus is on Kickstarter, potato salad and what crowdfunding priorities say about us, the Internet and everything ...
In real life, Darren Stevens says he's nothing like his Bewitched sitcom character. And being married to a witch is still as hard as ever.
Ted Rall knows a secret. The same secret the CIA asked 6000-plus reporters not to reveal after an email slip. Witness the scary state of U.S. journalism.
Delectable 4.0 is out as of June 18, 2014 on Apple iTunes. The new version is the biggest-ever change to the wine-selection and visual-search app. Find out more here. Cheers!
Visual noise is the enemy of a great smartphone photo. Ant Pruitt's video daily has a quick primer and cure for visual noise and grain. Check it out.
Posing as Eugene Goostman, a snotty Ukranian teen bot program passed the Turing Test. Couldn't a bot posing as, for example, an angry schizophrenic pass, too? Would you like to play a game? Video, analysis.
You've got to know the power of photo cropping. It makes good photos great. Find out more at Ant Pruitt's video daily here.
It's the craziest mountain bike descent video ever. And it's our choice for video of the week. Yikes!
John C. Dvorak reviews HBO's Silicon Valley, Mike Judge's new series. Video of full first episode included here.
On news that the U.S. Postal Service is creating a commemorative stamp bearing an image of the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak responds.
What are the best drum solos in history? Here are Brant David's top picks from the last 90 years. And yes, Peart is in there. Drum Solo video roundup.
Here's How To use Google Chrome to manually download Facebook video and video mash ups the manual way. How To gallery.
Corning's latest version of its tough Gorilla Glass is now tough on microbes, reports our Alfred Poor. Here's how antimicrobial Gorilla Glass works. Analysis ...
There are a ton of Emoji apps available to amp up your emoticons. But devices like the Google Nexus 7 have the capability built right into the OS. Our Brian Burgess shows you how to enable the Emoji keyboard in Android 4.1 and higher.
Irritated with not being able to open files from the desktop the way you used to? Our Brian Burgess was. In his latest How To gallery, he shows how to change file associations in Windows 8.1 -- so you can open files from the desktop the old-fashioned way and stay on that desktop you're used to. Say goodbye to the Windows Photo app ...
NASA filmed the sun for three years straight. Here's the sun in three years in three minutes -- the video. Here's how NASA created the video, what space tech was required and where in the video you can catch comets, amazing flares and the Transit of Venus. Whoa.
Traveling to Europe on business? Careful flashing that peace sign. It means something pretty disturbing to Brits. Here's how not to be an ugly American geek, gesture-wise anyway. It's the Hand Jive -- Top 7 Common American Hand Gestures That Can Get You In Trouble Abroad infographic. It's money.
This week, our Todd Ogasawara takes us back to 1998 -- when he had a floppy based, 10X optical zoom Sony digital camera way far ahead of its time. Check out those pics! Based in Honolulu, Todd's email is togasawara@aNewDomain.net. Follow him @toddogasawara
Our Eric Finkenbiner, founding co-editor of our spin-off site aGNUdomain.com, explains why you should root your phone. Let him count the ways.
Baby Boomers may get a digital afterlife. Of course, watch out for the ads. David Michaelis explores our digital rights upon death.
You never know if A Thing is really A Thing just from press reports. Here's Ted Rall with analysis on what he thinks is a silly Thing, the X-rated iDevice. He can't make this stuff up! Commentary.
There are tech geeks, history geeks, music geeks, film geeks, the list goes on. Which one are you? Check out The Evolution of the Geek infographic ...
Here's Ted Rall on the discovery of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. Comic.
aNewDomain — I’d always heard that the happiest people live in Norway and other icy regions. I’m a naturally upbeat person of Norwegian heritage, so I can get behind that. But what of the other stats in the Happiness in the US infographic, below. Happiness in the US infographic credit: TopCounselingSchools.org For aNewDomain.net, I’m Gina […]
Apple and IBM join forces to sell iPads. Does anyone remember Kaleida. Back to the future we go. Analysis, plus the historic 1984 Apple TV commercial.
While Hong Kong demonstrations continue to rock China, Anonymous and Jackie Chan have come out to support the opposing sides.
Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall speculate about Apple's October 16 announcements, discuss connected devices and offer a few tips. Hear the podcast here.
HTC held its Double Exposure event and announced the HTC Desire Eye and the Re camera. Ant Pruitt comments.