There are many films that have explored the theme of computer hacking, but what did Hollywood think viruses looked like back in the ’90s? (Photo by Murray Close/Getty Images) Image: Getty Images By Bitdefender2019-06-25 00:31:13 UTC If you know how to protect your mainframe from the backdoor trojan worm that’s duplicated the virus code malware drive in the reboot server, uh, code, then this article isn’t for you. If it

By Sage Anderson2019-06-24 21:36:28 UTC Some fans are not happy with the new dub Netflix put on Neon Genesis Evangelion.  It’s a time-honored media pastime at this point to bend over backward in order to avoid describing gay relationships as, well, actually gay. Just look at these gal pals! Just a couple of guys being bros! Those aren’t lesbians, they’re, uh, cousins.  But there’s a difference between an animation studio

By Heather Dockray2019-06-24 21:25:16 UTC It’s Pride Month, the time of year when corporations do their very best to prove just how supportive they are. Rainbows are everywhere: in clothing stores, on public storefronts, and on nearly every brand logo on Twitter. And while some of the profits from specialty Pride merchandise do go to worthy nonprofits, other brands donate a paltry amount, and some merch is simply used to

By Morgan Sung2019-06-17 23:38:50 UTC Many YouTubers aspire to buy mansions. Elijah Daniel raised the bar and bought Hell.  Kind of.  The vlogger and comedian known for his crude humor and music tweeted about buying the town of Hell, Michigan on Monday. He noted that renaming the town to Gay Hell was a tongue-in-cheek response to the Trump administration’s ban on U.S. embassies flying rainbow flags in honor of Pride

After a two-year run, the shopping social network will be shut down. The company to appeal to consumers with its #FoundItOnAmazon feature. Read more… More about Tech, Amazon, Mashable Video, Shopping, and Amazon Spark Go to Source Author:Saavon Smalls Powered by WPeMatico

Using Morse code, the music site claimed to have discovered over 100 counts of Google taking its content. However, Google claims the lyrics on their search bar are from licensed partners. Read more… More about Entertainment, Google, Music, Mashable Video, and Genius Go to Source Author:Saavon Smalls Powered by WPeMatico

By Alison Foreman2019-06-10 22:18:00 UTC Yesterday, Microsoft gave us Keanu Reeves. Today, Ubisoft presents: dog. The multi-day video game expo where hundreds of developers and publishers descend on downtown Los Angeles to market the hell out of their upcoming projects (aka “E3 2019”) hasn’t even officially begun, but already the battle for best publicity stunt is underway. And, as it turns out, Ubisoft is way in the lead.   At