• Latest Internet News
    EU mulls stricter controls on WhatsApp, Skype

    The European Union will in September propose subjecting internet services like WhatsApp and Skype to similar rules as traditional telecommunications companies, a spokesman said Wednesday. The European Commission, the executive arm of the 28-nation bloc, is set to recommend tighter privacy and security for services like Facebook-owned message service WhatsApp and Microsoft’s video phone portal […]

  • Web Design
    Facebook delivers a better UX for businesses

    Every business today seems to have its own Facebook business page, and with good reason; Facebook is a huge force in marketing as the world’s second-most visited website, and no business wants to miss out on potential leads it can pick up from having a Facebook presence. In the last few days, the company has […]

  • Gaming
    Here’s When the Next Titanfall 2 Beta Starts

    Respawn’s Lead Engineer Jon Shiring details the development team’s findings from Titanfall 2‘s recent weekend test, as well as what they will be testing in the upcoming beta. This past weekend Respawn Entertainment ran the first of its two planned beta tests for Titanfall 2. Today, the developer put up a blog post, which details […]

  • Latest Internet News
    No new rate hints as Federal Reserve joins Facebook

    The Federal Reserve expanded its communications strategy Thursday by launching a Facebook page, but there were no fresh hints on the direction of interest rates. The new page—facebook.com/federalreserve—offered a photograph of the French-designed, Fed headquarters in Washington in its stripped classicist architectural style, and a statement that the Fed would post press releases, speeches, reports […]

  • Web Design
    Comics of the week #352

      Every week we feature a set of comics created exclusively for WDD. The content revolves around web design, blogging and funny situations that we encounter in our daily lives as designers. These great cartoons are created by Jerry King, an award-winning cartoonist who’s one of the most published, prolific and versatile cartoonists in the […]

  • Gaming
    No Man’s Sky Mod Lets Players Fly Through Caves, Underwater

    The latest mod for No Man’s Sky lets players navigate their ships close to the planet’s surface, through caves, and even underwater, but it isn’t perfect. When No Man’s Sky was first announced, gamers’ minds were racing with the thought of an 18 quintillion-planet galaxy that was ripe for exploration. However, once No Man’s Sky […]

  • Operating System
    Subgraph OS: A secure Linux for the non-technical user?

    If you’ve ever had to configure an SELinux (Security Enhanced Linux) kernel security module without the guidance of an administrator, you’ll understand why this recentinterview with David Mirza Ahmad in Motherboard is interesting. Ahmad is the President of a company named Subgraph, which is developing a security-focused version of Linux named Subgraph OS. He states that its purpose is to […]

  • Latest Internet News
    Twitter unveils features to filter tweets, notifications

    Twitter has announced two new settings that will allow users to control what they see in their feeds and what notifications they receive. Twitter says in a blog post that it has modified its notification settings to include the ability to see only notifications from people they follow. It’s also introducing what it calls a […]

  • Gaming
    The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Shows New Rune Abilities

    In a new The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild gameplay video tweeted out by Nintendo, it appears that Link will have access to a number of new rune-based abilities. Ever since The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild stole the show a few months ago at this year’s E3 conference, not much was heard about […]