The video, entitled "Computer Security: You Make the Difference," hits the spot on companies that have been hit with hackers today. Passwords can be cracked and files copied. The depiction of the 90s hacker is a stereotype with a Marlboro hanging from his lips, instead of a 15 year old messing with code.
Of course, the evolution of a hacker has been more glamorous over the years instead of the hacker of the 90s. Check out the video after the jump!
Here's your slow-mo fix of the week. Airbags are important, and according to Clemson Vehicular Electronics Laboratory, the average airbag deploys in approximately 0.05 seconds at 200 mph. How would that look like in super slow mo? Read more
Manu Prakash and his team have come up with an origami microscope that costs less than 50 cents to make. The invention is important, because it'll make microscopes extremely affordable in places that don't have much resources. Read more