Control

Showing of 1 - 20 from 17 results
Control - Total results - 17
Coronavirus Outbreak: Lessons from the philosopher Epictetus, to cope with lockdown-induced helplessness
Lifestyle

Coronavirus Outbreak: Lessons from the philosopher Epictetus, to cope with lockdown-induced helplessness

Greek Stoic philosopher Epictetus seems to have known that when things are bad – such as the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown we're living through – we are forced to prioritise. We focus on what we can do, rather than on what we can’t.

The highs and lows of gaming in 2019 — from Control to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and Fallout 76
long-reads

The highs and lows of gaming in 2019 — from Control to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and Fallout 76

2019 was a tough year to be a gamer, particularly for those of us who mark the hours creeping by until the release of Cyberpunk 2077 delivers us from our fleshy existence. Still… a few notable things happened in the gaming industry over the last year, some of them bad, but surprisingly, a few of them were good too.

The Last Of Us Part II, Spider-Man, Resident Evil 2 and more: Highlight's from Sony PlayStation's E3 2018 press conference
Gaming

The Last Of Us Part II, Spider-Man, Resident Evil 2 and more: Highlight's from Sony PlayStation's E3 2018 press conference

Gameplay footage from the upcoming Spider-Man and the Last of Us Part II, alongside a new exclusive called Ghost Of Tsushima, were Sony's main highlights.

Soon you can get e-tattoos that will help you control your smartphone using your skin
News & Analysis

Soon you can get e-tattoos that will help you control your smartphone using your skin

Scientists have developed ultrathin temporary electronic tattoos which can turn skin blemishes and wrinkles into touch-sensitive buttons for controlling your smartphone.

WhatsApp and Telegram security flaw: Here's how hackers make malicious images and take control
News & Analysis

WhatsApp and Telegram security flaw: Here's how hackers make malicious images and take control

Check Point, an Israel-based cyber security company disclosed a serious flaw in popular messaging apps like WhatsApp and Telegram that could allow hackers to take over their accounts.

Algorithms help us manage our digital lives and influence us at the same time
News & Analysis

Algorithms help us manage our digital lives and influence us at the same time

Algorithms are a crucial cog in the mechanics of our digital world, but also a nosy minder of our personal lives and a subtle, even insidious influence on our behaviour.

Snap, the company behind Snapchat offers $3 billion initial public offering
News & Analysis

Snap, the company behind Snapchat offers $3 billion initial public offering

Snapchat owner Snap Inc shot the opening salvo in its $3 billion initial public offering on Thursday, outlining aggressive expansion plans but offering new investors no say on how the company is run and no promise of profits.

US government to transfer control of Internet to ICANN today
News & Analysis

US government to transfer control of Internet to ICANN today

A long-planned transfer of the internet's technical management from the U.S. government to a global community of stakeholders is expected to take place on Saturday despite last-minute attempts by conservative politicians and officials to delay the changeover.

Kashmir unrest: Chilli-based PAVA shells 'too slow' for crowd-control; Home Ministry announces recall
India

Kashmir unrest: Chilli-based PAVA shells 'too slow' for crowd-control; Home Ministry announces recall

Chilli-based Pava shells turn to bee too slow to disperse angry protesters in Kashmir, Ministry of Home Affairs issue recall order

New share class to keep Zuckerberg at Facebook approved by Facebook investors
News & Analysis

New share class to keep Zuckerberg at Facebook approved by Facebook investors

Facebook Inc shareholders approved a proposal to create a new class of non-voting shares, a move aimed at letting Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg give away his wealth without relinquishing control of the social media company he founded.

US takes concrete step to give up control of Internet Addresses
News & Analysis

US takes concrete step to give up control of Internet Addresses

The U.S. government is taking a key step in relinquishing control of the internet's addressing system, fulfilling a promise made in the 1990s.

Government inks deal to develop drugs, software to combat diabetes
News & Analysis

Government inks deal to develop drugs, software to combat diabetes

In a major move to combat rising incidence of diabetes in the country, the government inked an agreement with a Hyderabad-based firm to develop medicine to control diabetes and a software to keep tab on diabetics and those vulnerable to the lifestyle disease.

Asus launches ROG Vulcan ANC headset, aimed at pro-gamers
News & Analysis

Asus launches ROG Vulcan ANC headset, aimed at pro-gamers

Asus has launched the world’s first active-noise cancellation pro-gaming headset called the ROG Vulcan ANC. It belongs to the Republic of Gamers line of

ISACA Extends CRISC Grandfathering For Risk And Control Professionals
Biztech

ISACA Extends CRISC Grandfathering For Risk And Control Professionals

The grandfathering program permits those with appropriate experience to become certified without taking an exam.

Coder Controls BMW Car Using Nokia C7 Phone
News & Analysis

Coder Controls BMW Car Using Nokia C7 Phone

Started controlling RC cars, then moved on to a BMW and are now thinking of flying a full-sized plane.

Leadership During Turbulent Times
Biztech

Leadership During Turbulent Times

For a business leader, navigation is having the wisdom of knowing when to control and when to let go.