Mark Gibbs

Mark Gibbs is an author, journalist, and man of mystery. His writing for Network World is widely considered to be vastly underpaid. For more than 30 years, Gibbs has consulted, lectured, and authored numerous articles and books about networking, information technology, and the social and political issues surrounding them. His complete bio can be found at http://gibbs.com/mgbio

9 chatbot-building tools

10 Chrome extensions for developers

10 Chrome extensions for developers

Google Chrome needs a little polish and enhancement to really work with us instead of just for us

10 tech support requests you never want to hear from your family

10 tech support requests you never want to hear from your family

From forgotten passwords to the vague 'problem,' these calls are sure to try the patience of any tech pro

How you invade your own privacy

Infosys study shows consumers globally are far more relaxed about sharing their private data than we knew -- and than they should be

Jailed for jailbreaking: The new law could land you in the slammer

iOS 6.1 has been released and a jailbreak for it is promised on Sunday. Jail time could follow thereafter

Must-have summer holiday gadgets and apps

Before you hit the road, arm yourself with the right hardware and software to ease your trip and maximize your fun

Just linking could get you 10 years in jail

UK citizen Richard O'Dwyer faces the possibility of 10 years in the slammer for having a site that linked to pirated content

The Gearhead show: 8 teeny tiny computers

The Gearhead show: 8 teeny tiny computers

These systems pack solid specs onto form factors as small as a credit card, a thumb drive, or even a wristwatch

Gearhead: Hardware you'll want to get your hands on

Gearhead: Hardware you'll want to get your hands on

Everything from DIY satellites to brain wave readers makes this list of tech we're dying to have

The many overlaps of politics and technology

The realms of technology and politics not only have intersections, they are completely entwined in many ways

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