Disc-Free Gaming Is an Archival Nightmare
Will corporate control erode game history?
Streaming and Cloud Computing Endanger Modding and Game Preservation
Services like Google's Stadia seem convenient, but they could completely change the past and future of video games.
‘BuckHacker’ Search Engine Lets You Easily Dig Through Exposed Amazon Servers
This makes searching through leaky Amazon Web Services servers much easier.
The Satisfying Joy of Sending Platonic Nudes to Your Friends
I stopped sending nudes to men and started exchanging them with friends instead. Like most decisions that prioritize supportive female friendships over fleeting sex arrangements, it's been great.
Why Security Experts Are Pissed That ‘1Password’ Is Pushing Users to the Cloud
1Password is moving away from its one-time license, local storage option, and security researchers are not happy about it.
'Wholesome Cloud Person,' Today's Comic by Valentine Gallardo
Our heroine tries to see the silver lining through the depressing funk she's caught in.
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Apple Is Trying To Make Your iMessages Even More Private
Apple wants to make its cloud as secure and private as its devices, starting with iMessage.
Inside our infrastructure
The Cloud As Art
Three artists are on a mission to document the beauty of our internet’s infrastructure.
Why It Takes So Damn Long to Connect to a Wi-Fi Network
Researchers offer an explanation for and solution to that annoying wait for an access point to actually connect.
There's a Giant Cloud on a Collision Course With the Milky Way
At 11,000 light years long and 2,500 light years wide, Smith’s Cloud is not your average ball of vapor.
Architects Spin a Giant Rainbow Spiderweb over MoMA PS1
Escobedo Soliz Studio’s woven cloud of color also comes with a mist room and a wading pool.
Surreal Hybrid Speaker/Lamp Thunders Like a Cloud
Artist and designer Richard Clarkson’s latest iteration of ‘Cloud’ is a nod to the DIY maker community.