Formal systems verification, which mathematically proves that code is secure in all circumstances, is a relatively new technology. Software is getting more complex and harder to get right using traditional software testing techniques. Making software […]
Screen readers, which convert digital text to audio, can make computers more accessible to many disabled users—including those who are blind, low vision or dyslexic. Yet slideshow software, such as Microsoft PowerPoint and Google Slides, […]
Video games are easy to exploit, and are being used by actors ranging from IS and Hezbollah for recruitment, to Russia, who use it to spread propaganda during the ongoing invasion of Ukraine. This according […]
Sebastian Hönel from Linnaeus University has, in his computer science dissertation, introduced a new method to measure and enhance the quality of software processes. The method focuses on understanding how software is developed and the […]
Niantic has always been big on bringing players together when it comes to their games. It’s a key pillar in the design of “Pokemon Go” and “Monster Hunter Now.” Players gather around events such as […]
The University of Liverpool Management School has contributed to a new report by the government’s Culture, Media and Sport Committee warning that the promotion of crypto assets in professional sport is putting fans at financial […]
Introduction Woodworking has been an integral part of human civilization for centuries, evolving from rudimentary hand tools to highly sophisticated woodworking machinery. In recent years, the woodworking industry has seen remarkable advancements in both machinery […]
Information is a valuable commodity. And thanks to technology, there are millions of terabytes of it online.This post was originally published on this website.
When is an apple not an apple? If you’re a computer, the answer is when it’s been cut in half.This post was originally published on this website.