Jul
15

Griggi, A Global WiFi Sharing System

If you’ve ever traveled abroad or just been out-and-about looking for a safe and secure public WiFi you’re not alone. With cyber crime on the rise knowing who or what you’re connecting to can raise […]

Jul
14

Mattermost: Open source, Slack-alternative

Unless you’ve been living under a rock you’ve most likely heard the media buzzing about the office messaging app called Slack. Slack has taken Silicon Valley by storm and has drastically changed the way that […]

Jul
13

Frizbee: Your New Democratic Decentralized Social Site

Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram—just a few of the mainstream social media sites that are used by the masses. So, sharing yet another social media platform is about as appealing as asking for another hole in […]

Jul
10

Censorship – Weekly Content Round-Up

Censorship made wave this week in just about every form of media. From comic books and artwork to forums and mobile apps, censoring continues to have a presence. Here are the headlines that made us […]

Jul
9

4 Open Source Games For Linux Users

Calling all Linux fans! It’s game time! Surprisingly, there’s a decent amount of free, open source games available for Linux. Solid graphics, entertaining and addictive, here’s a short-list to get you started. Open Sonic Based […]

Jul
8

How To Protect Yourself From Keyloggers

Looking at media headlines, cyberattacks and backdoor hacks have been on the rise. Not the best news to hear. For folks who are doing what they can to protect their privacy and digital identity with […]

Jul
7

5 Awesome YouTube Channels For Developers & Coders

With more than 1 billion users and 300 hours of video uploaded every minute YouTube continues to dominate motion media. Apart from the cute cat videos and parents filming groggy tweens coming out of anesthesia […]