The popular online game is riddled with cheaters and bots. So this coder decided to make bots that go after cheaters and other malicious bots.
One person's quest to buy an RTX 3080, a piece of tech sold out seemingly everywhere, sent them to some wild places on the Internet.
A middleman is dubiously offering Instartcart shoppers the chance of more reliable work in exchange for thousands of dollars.
Profiteers are monitoring hot ticket quarantine items with software so they can buy up restocked products before everyone else has a chance.
During the pandemic, multiple developers have created tools that let users automatically grab delivery slots, letting them secure food before others.
Twitter is dealing with a pandemic of bots jamming the platform with misinformation about COVID-19.
Developers are creating a tech divide between those who can use a bot to order their food and those who just have to keep trying during the pandemic.
Motherboard traced some of the recent automated Switch buying to a particular, new bot that anyone can use.
'Wikipedia consensus is that an unedited machine translation, left as a Wikipedia article, is worse than nothing.'
In “this time of wokeness,” it turns out we’re still pretty racist.
The algorithm automatically reads and digests new articles, and posts comments alongside humans.
Hacker finalphoenix kept getting beaten by bots buying designer clothes. So she built her own, but stumbled into a massive ecosystem of shady resellers.