“My new app, BitTorrent, is now in working order, check it out here,” Bram Cohen wrote on a Yahoo! message board on July 2, 2001.
It was the first time a working copy of the BitTorrent code had been made available to the public, but the initial response wasn’t exactly overwhelming.
Until recently, politicians could safely ignore clicktivism.
The security at the center of everything from the Apple-FBI fight to a sweeping new Android vulnerability.
Hillary Clinton’s rebuke to Donald Trump, ‘delete your account’, went viral and launched a wave of think-pieces. What does it tell us about the shallowness in American politics right now?
Hillary Clinton stops for a selfie. John Locher / AP/Press Association Images. All rights reserved.For Edward Snowden, politics is “the art of convincing decent people to forget the lesser of two evils is also evil.
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