Should the World Wide Web Consortium incorporate DRM as an international web standard, or should it stand up for something fairer and better?
The decision to shut down Revolv home hubs is inexcusable, but hardly surprising, and another good reason for caution when buying into IoT.
Continuing misleading error alerts show that Apple has not fixed problems in the Mac App Store after all.
Apple’s explanation to developers of the recent App Store certificate fiasco raises more issues than it answers.
Strange reports of apps being damaged and needing to be replaced, and others just crashing: Apple is to blame, and is not giving us clear information.
My Mac refuses to run apps I bought from the Mac App Store, telling me that they are damaged. Why?
ELAD’s SDR is in a completely different league, in terms of its ease of use, vast range of features, sophistication, and performance.
Why, 120 years after radio was demonstrated, is software-defined radio so exciting?
DRM systems, which protect the rights of vendors and copyright holders, are well known for unreasonably limiting the […]