the cloud

war

Security Researchers Want to Hide Your Data in 'Cyberfog'

Battlefield theory meets cybersecurity.
Michael Byrne
11.14.16
Art

Here's What Happens When You Mix Weather, Political Data, and Machine Learning

James Bridle’s 'Cloud Index' correlates different datasets in order to better understand technology.
Catherine Chapman
10.7.16
tech

Want to Make More Money? Get Better at Memorizing Basic Facts

According to a new book, there's a correlation between how knowledgeable you are and your income and happiness.
Patrick Lyons
8.13.16
Features

How Rio 2016 Will Be Secured in the Cloud

While all eyes will be on the track, field, and pool come August 5, the Games will be managed and secured from above in a “milestone” for the Olympics.
Donna Bowater
6.7.16
Google

For Google's Cloud, 18 Minutes of Downtime Is an Eternity

Google's engineering VP offers a post-mortem analysis of Monday night's outage.
Michael Byrne
4.14.16
short circuit

Here Are the Biggest Problems with Nextbit's Robin Smartphone

How a company whose phone automatically backs up customer data handles its security.
Nathaniel Mott
2.29.16
short circuit

How Nextbit’s Robin Smartphone Uses the Cloud to Eliminate Storage Space Anxiety

A couple of smartphone industry veterans believe the cloud is the solution to the problem of running out of onboard storage space.
Nicholas Deleon
2.18.16
microsoft

There's Nothing Mindblowing About Windows Releasing Its Own Linux OS

The power of open-source technology.
Michael Byrne
9.26.15
Features

My Life in the Cloud

What’s the internet, and where do we belong in it? A postscript on “I’m that angel,” the author’s book and performance for the world’s data centers.
Tyler Coburn
9.22.15
Art

This Man Is Turning Data Centers Into the New Off-Broadway

Artist Tyler Coburn's "I'm that angel" is a closet drama about content farming and the cloud held in data centers worldwide.
Yaniya Lee
2.2.15
2014 in Review

Giga Bye: In 2014 We Lost the iPod Classic and the Way We Listen to Music Changed Forever

The iPod was supposed to kill the album, but did the end of the iPod do it instead?
Daniel Montesinos-Donaghy
12.11.14
Culture

The Internet Is Eating America’s Abandoned Shopping Malls

The shopping mall is dead, long live the shopping mall.
Jordan Pearson
11.4.14
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