After this week’s huge AshleyMadison leak, our friends from FOX News asked John P. to stop by and put some things in perspective regarding the breach and what people can do about it. Here’s the conversation with Heather Hays. Got an opinion? Drop it below…
If you hadn’t heard of AshleyMadison, the site who’s registered tagline is “Life is short, have an affair.” – well, now you have. The company fell victim to an epic hack that exposed the personal information of all 37.5 million affair seeking members. Much as been said in the media about how sensitive all of […]
Electric cars might not be on everyone’s shopping list quite yet but that’s all going to change if Elon Musk has anything to do with it. Since day one Telsa motors has been under everyone’s gaze and even more so this year after the announcement of both the Powerwall home charging system, and the insanely […]
The first thing that had to happen was that all of the flooring had to be removed from the entire building. We’re taking it down to bare concrete, and then we’re going to polish it up and make it look awesome.
Within the last hour, Kickstarter users began receiving email messages, encouraging them to change their passwords as a result of a hack to their systems. The following message was sent. If you have ever used the Kickstarter site it is important that you log in and change your password, especially if you use the same […]
Geek Beat Patrons who’ve pledged at $25 per month level and up will be getting the Geek Beat T-shirts! These are the first Geek Beat T-shirts EVER made. And some people said they want more than one. So for ONE WEEK, anyone can order as many as they want! UPDATE: Ordering is complete so that […]
Net Neutrality Prevents Digital Armageddon Make no mistake, the day the concept of Net Neutrality dies is the day the Internet is doomed. In America it is often said that freedom of speech is the most important of all guarantees. From it, all other freedoms flow. The same can be said of Net Neutrality on […]
We’ve confidentially submitted an S-1 to the SEC for a planned IPO. This Tweet does not constitute an offer of any securities for sale. — Twitter (@twitter) September 12, 2013 As of a few moments ago, Twitter has confirmed the previous rumors of an IPO. This should be of no surprise since to this date […]
Something strange is happening right now with the membership count on a variety of Google+ Communties. I noticed when I went to post something to the Geeks Community, which as of yesterday had 23,600 members – but right now is sitting at around 17,800. We certainly don’t judge the quality of the community by the […]
John P. sat down with Linzie Janis to discuss the LivingSocial hack, and how people can protect themselves against this type of thing.
When news first breaks, it’s usually somewhere online, not on one of the traditional news networks. We’re sharing our list of favorite places to find news first!
With Google Reader steering into the sunset and retirement, the blogging community has been going nuts looking for the next replacement. We’re no exception.