Wikimedia Enterprise Seeks to Turn Big Tech Into Paying Customers

Wikimedia is looking to turn Big Tech into paying Wikipedia customers with the creation of Wikimedia Enterprise.

Google CEO Criticized For Response to AI Researcher’s Exit

Google CEO Sundar Pichai has sent an email to Google employees in an effort to address backlash the company is facing over Dr. Timnit Gebru’s exit.

New 5G Security Flaws Discovered, Threatening Privacy and Security

Companies around the world are working to roll out 5G networks, facing regulatory, logistic, economic and technical hurdles along the way. Now, according to WIRED, researchers have discovered a number of new flaws in the specification, adding yet another challenge…

Warner Bros. To Turn John McAfee eBook Into Movie?

Warner Bros. has acquired the rights to Wired Magazine’s eBook “John McAfee’s Last Stand,” according to a report from The Guardian, who says the studio will bring the story to the big screen. Wired’s description of the eBook is as…

John McAfee Is Watching Episodes Of Rawhide While Hiding From Police

I don’t know how much you’ve been keeping up with this saga, but earlier this week, John McAfee, the creator of the McAfee antivirus software, became a fugitive. His neighbor in Belize was murdered, and McAfee is wanted by the…

From Hiding, McAfee Sends Essay About Pirates To Wired Reporter

The John McAfee saga just keeps getting more interesting by the hour. In case you haven’t been paying attention, McAfee, the creator of the antivirus software of the same name (which is now owned by Intel), is in hiding as…

As Long As There Are Links, The Web Will Live

An article from Wired caught a lot of attention this week when it proclaimed that the Web is dead. Obviously, this is a sensational headline and a perfect example of linkbait, but it worked. It received the attention it was looking for, and it is still an interesting and thought-provoking read, though the web is far from dead.