It's the ideal gift for the geek who has everything. But here's why Gina Smith is really selling her half of the motion picture and TV rights for iWoz, the Steve Wozniak biography she wrote with the Apple inventor and co-founder.
What happened to Edward Snowden? Our John C. Dvorak wants to know what happened to the NSA whistleblower. Original John C. Dvorak column for aNewDomain.
Social engineering can be a scary thing. Our Lamont Wood poses five incredibly-likely scenarios in this first-person security piece.
A Breaking Bad graphic gives insight to the ease of NSA Meta Data. How safe is your online identity?
The Xp Zombie Apocalypse is coming. After Microsoft cuts support, XP will be overrun by undead hackers. Or just hackers. Get a handle on the situation here.
Our Craig Johnston and legendary game maker John Romero turn back time -- journeying all the way back to the days of Apple II gaming. Seems like yesteryear. Craig Johnston hosts the Apple Time Warp podcast, now syndicated on aNewDomain.net and soon on aNewDomainTV ...
Nano robots and computer chips will soon become part of your body with Synbio. The next bio innovation? You could live to be 150 years old.
aNewDomain.net — This last weekend Ted Rall found himself in a bizarre place. It was uncomfortable, for sure, but not totally unfamiliar. He was the target of the equivalent of the Two Minutes Hate as depicted in George Orwell’s dystopian classic, Nineteen Eighty-Four. Online haters and online witch hunts are running rampant — and the effects are devastating. A whole new mob mentality is evolving. Here’s what Ted Rall has […]
Cyber Monday is here! Found any good deals on the Interwebs? Ant Pruitt and the staff at aNewDomain share some of their favorite finds so far today.
Two weeks ago Bob Dylan released an innovative video for his 1965 song "Like a Rolling Stone." Directed by Vania Heymann, the video presents a unique experience where you have the option of flipping through television channels—a sports game, a rom-com, a financial news outlet—and on every show, the characters are lip synching the words to Dylan's song. It's all based on Interlude tech.