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Adobe Releases Flash Player Update for 'Critical' Security Vulnerability on Mac

Adobe has released security updates for Flash Player that address critical vulnerabilities that "could potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected system." Adobe is aware of "limited, targeted attacks" on OS X, Windows, and Linux.<p>Adobe lists the affected Flash Player and AIR …

Information Security

Amazon's Alexa Went Bonkers, Reset a User's Thermostat

Amazon’s Echo “home automation device” can perform simple tasks with a voice command to its virtual genie, Alexa. It’s Siri for people who are too lazy to pick up their phone to learn who shot J.R., view the weather forecast in Llanfair­pwllgwyngyll­gogery­chwyrn­drobwll­llan­tysilio­gogo­goch, or …

Automation

Biological supercomputer uses the 'juice of life'

Using nanotechnology, proteins and a chemical that powers cells in everything from trees to people, researchers have built a biological supercomputer.<p>…

Nanotechnology Paves Way for World's First Implantable Artificial Kidney

<b>Researchers at Vanderbilt University see significant progress on an implantable artificial kidney device made from microchip technology and living</b> …

Brain wearables and my battle with concentration

<b>“Oh well I don't mind, if you don't mind 'Cause I don't shine if you don't shine. Before you go, can you read my mind?”</b><p>I was reminded of these lyrics …

The Future of Wearable Tech in 2016 and Beyond

For gaming geeks, parts of everyday life can feel like an unbearable snooze. We dream of games taking over our reality. We picture how awesome it …

Wearable Tech

Microsoft now accepting preorders for wearable VR HoloLens development kit, priced at $3,000

The Microsoft HoloLens Development Edition is now available to preorder for $3,000 and will start shipping in the U.S. and Canada on March 30, …

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The Virtuali-Tee Lets You Learn More About Your Anatomy (video)

A very unique T-shirt called the Virtuali-Tee has been created by Curiscope that can be combined with a smartphone application to enable new analysts …

Wearable Security

Wearables always seem to dominate headlines — there’s no shortage of stories on new data-tracking technology and the trendier, more fashionable …

Wearable Tech

WATCH: A "bionic ear" that can reshape the way you hear sound

At first glance, it looks like a generic pair of bluetooth headphones that are used for nothing more than listening to the rumble of music, podcasts, …

Audiophile

IoT taking shape; 5G to enable next-gen use cases

AT&T, Telit, ARM, F-Secure talk IoT during Mobile World Congress<p>The “Internet of Things” promises to change the way we all live and work, according …

Interesting Engineering

Engineering

Make any surface into a synthesizer with the Remidi T8 wearable synth controller

There are plenty of electronic synth solutions that put the world of digital music synths and samples at your fingertips, but few do so as literally …

This flexible smartphone display might be the future of mobile computing

Researchers from the Queen’s University Human Media Lab recently unveiled the ReFlex, a smartphone prototype featuring a flexible and surprisingly …

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From Commodore 64 to iPads: Decoding the Success of Computer Science in the Classroom

When President Obama announced his Computer Science for All Initiative during his weekly address this January, educators across the Internet let out …

Computer Science

Here's why we don't have light-based computing just yet - ExtremeTech

Here’s why we don’t have light-based computing just yet<p>By on February 29, 2016 at 11:16 am<p>This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on …

Nanotech

The 10 most demanded roles for Computer Science graduates

Computer Science is one of the most diverse fields in the world. It’s not just about making complex games or hacking into top-secret archives. Movies …

Assassin’s Creed Identity (iOS): Console quality gaming on a smartphone

Assasin’s Creed Identity one of the best hardcore games (as opposed to casual) we have seen on a phone or tablet<p>Written by |<p>IPL 2018 Live Score KKR …

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Zara Releases 'Ungendered' Clothing To Mixed Response

Gender neutral fashion has been making headlines for all the right reasons of late, and Zara is the latest brand to embrace androgynous designs.<p>The …

JavaScript Objects: What You Don't Know CAN Hurt You

I’m assuming that anyone reading this blog has probably been using JavaScript for a while. Many of you have used a number of the many frameworks that …

Nintendo NX console to have one of the strongest launches ever.

Right now, interest in Nintendo’s current hardware offerings is waning. The 3DS, while still enjoying strong sales, is slowing down, and the Wii U …

'Root of all evil' found in the brain by scientists

The part of the brain which switches on before aggressive behaviour is anatomically known as the ventrolateral part of the ventromedial hypothalamus.<p>The ‘root of all evil’ has been discovered by scientists who found that a distinct part of the brain fires up before premeditated nefarious acts are …

Neuroscience

7 nighttime habits that guarantee a more productive morning

Since most of us work in the morning and afternoon, productivity is often seen as a day strategy. However, your nighttime habits and rituals can have a major impact on how productive you are the next day.<p>Try implementing these habits in your nightly life to guarantee yourself a productive morning:

There's A Secret Goldmine In Your Toilet

Don't flush!<p>When bacteria feed on excrement and other waste, what’s left is sludge. And that sludge is “a secret goldmine,” says Paul Westerhoff, an environmental engineer at Arizona State University.<p>He means it literally: Westerhoff estimates that large quantities of gold, silver, and other …

We Never Had Disney Movies Like Zootopia When I Was Growing Up, and That's a Shame

It’s sort of remarkable to think about <i>Zootopia</i>. In the context of itself the film is not remarkable, except that it is a very good movie, confirmed …

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