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Hackers Make “Push Button, Receive Bacon” Meme a Reality
2 december 2014
Team builds automatic bacon dispensing machine with laser printer
Scrap-Metal Typewriter Turns Typed Sentences Into Pieces Of Music [Video]
30 october 2013
Artists integrate digital and analog devices by upcycling scrap electronics and machines into sound instruments.
13 Stories You Need To Know Today
10 october 2013
Google will now tell us when 'Homeland' is on next, and Twitter was almost named 'Friendstalker.'
Create The Future Of Home Living At PSFK’s Connect UP Design Workshop
12 august 2013
PSFK and Jawbone invite hackers, inventors and designers to sketch and concept the future of connected home living.
Bitcoin Suitcase Converts Spare Change Into Digital Currency
5 august 2013
Hackers make it easier for people to get started using the virtual money.
Hackers Map Out Who Uses The Internet The Most
15 may 2013
A 420,000-node botnet has resulted in a detailed map of time spent on the world wide web over a 24-hour period.
Fake Passwords Send Alerts When Hackers Try To Access Accounts
8 may 2013
Get notified when someone breaches your account with this new security measure.
PSFK’s Hot Picks For SXSW Day 2
8 march 2013
Cut through the noise and get the best South by Southwest events, tips, tools and buzz.
10 Stories You Need To Know Today
8 march 2013
Google expands street view in Europe, Apple top dog in US phone market and Noka+Apple vs Samsung...links to start your day with.
Paul Colombo: How To Stop Your Social Media Getting Hacked
24 february 2013
Director of Technology at Deep Focus agency offers helpful insights into how companies can avoid unwelcome and malicious vistors.
Hacked TV Station Accidentally Broadcasts Zombie Attack Alert
12 february 2013
An eerie message from the undead was broadcast live across several channels in Montana.
Group Responds To Hackers By Showing Them How To Do It Better
20 july 2012
Israeli art students redesign hacked websites to combat cyber-terrorism and send a creative message to Arab hacker groups, rather than overtake them.
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