Hollywood Found Out About the Internet of Shit and It’s Going to Be Glorious

The Internet of Things makes it to Hollywood...and it looks like a train wreck.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai

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

A Failed Bitcoin Exchange Is Selling Everything and It's the Saddest Thing

Server racks are going for less than a coat rack.
Jordan Pearson

Outsourced Jobs Are No Longer Cheap, So They're Being Automated

Yahoo's massive round of layoffs is a signal that "cheap labor" is getting pretty expensive.
Jason Koebler
Motherboard Blog

A Live Map of Ongoing DDoS Attacks

A live map of DDoS attacks as they happen.
Daniel Stuckey
Motherboard Blog

The NY Times, Twitter, and HuffPo UK Appear to Have Been Stolen by the Syrian Electronic Army

As Assad supporters flood the NY Times Facebook page, is the registrar the weak point?
Daniel Stuckey
Motherboard Blog

Def Con, Day One: Can I Use Your Wi-Fi Please?

When thousands of hackers descend on Vegas.
Jordan Keenan and Daniel Stuckey
Motherboard Blog

This Art Blog Lets You Relive Your College Stoner Days

'But Does It Float' is a Tumblr-esque art website described as "an ongoing visual conversation" among creatives. The four-year-old site is reminiscent of the kind of imagery your old college weed dealer had tacked on his dorm walls.
Zach Sokol
Motherboard Blog

Ones and Zeros 6/9/11: Internet Access Is A Human Right, The Internet's For Spying

_The Japanese just doubled their Fukushima "radiation leak estimate": ZERO is a bit of an understatement._ h3. ONE: May the more paranoid lunatic win: plotting man...
Ones Zeros