5 Best Brain Training Apps (Part 1)


Many people spend a great deal of time in the gym working on our bodies, but can we say the same about our minds? Just like a healthy physical form, a healthy mind also needs to flex its mental muscles and get some exercise. In fact, there are studies that show playing puzzle games can…

Nowtalk to integrate multiple websites chat


Nowtalk is an easy, free and cross-platform for all those who want to integrate multiple chat option on their website. In this case, the tool assumes an ideal choice if we want a solution that suits mobile devices in addition to websites, and chat not only allows multiple users simultaneously but also allow private chat. To…

How the Internet of Things Could Kill You


The hyper-connected world of the “Internet of Things,” may be convenient, efficient and cool, but it has a scary underside: An attack on connected devices is often an attack on the victim’s physical space and being, and unlike regular hacking attacks could result in injury or death. The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to the…

New Android programming course in which Google has collaborated


If you’ve ever raised you develop your own Android application but you have been hampered by not knowing how to program, can the course of which we speak today interests you. This is Android by Google Fundamentals , a course in developing applications for Android offered by Udacity in which Google has worked. Along same, and with help…

Mozilla Launches mozjpeg image encoder 2.0 with significant improvements


  Looking for the right balance for JPEG images of sufficient quality to maintain with the lowest file size possible for it to be published through the web without a negative impact on page load, Mozilla has just announced the launch version 2.0 of its encoder mozjpeg images to JPEG files. This release has received support from…

Google Launches Project Zero, to increase Internet security


One area that more attention and resources is Google is investing in safety, with the idea of ​​protecting users against potential attacks and other problems that may arise. Not only is tightening security in their services, also devotes some time to research to make the Internet a safer place, in order to fulfill the premise that…

This App Wants You To Forget Your Friends After You Make Them


It’s the day after a long night out, and your first thought upon regaining consciousness is: What did I do on social media last night? Introducing Sobrr, the app that wants to facilitate your ephemeral friendships. It’s basically a Snapchat for the relationships you make while you’re out on the town. Sobrr allows you to…

Yahoo Buys Israeli Video Startup RayV


  Yahoo has acquired RayV, an Israeli video company. RayV announced the deal, but not the terms, on its site today; Yahoo hasn’t announced the acquisition. Update: Yahoo has its own post, from cloud services head P.P.S. Narayan. RayV is an eight-year-old company that sells technology that’s supposed to make it easier to distribute video, by easing bandwidth demands….

Gmail for Android updated facilitating attach files from Drive


    An interesting feature is integrated in the latest update to Gmail in Android, providing attach files from Drive. As we see in the picture, when drafting an email we see that it has integrated a new option when attaching files. Just choose the option to integrate files from Drive, will have a display of our own to…

Microsoft Patches Internet Explorer Certificate Flaw


What went wrong, and why Digital certificates underlie all secure online communications. They make sure the credit-card data you provide Amazon or Apple is safely transmitted. When you see “https” in a Web address, a digital certificate has proven to your Web browser that the website is what it says it is, and not a fake Amazon…