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An ETF With An Intelligent Approach To Emerging Markets

<i>By Todd Shriber & Tom Lydon</i><p>Four emerging markets exchange trade funds can be found among the top 10 non-leveraged ETFs on a year-on-year basis. Three …

Anonymous' #OpIsrael Hacks 700 Websites, Israeli Media Still Says it was 'Epic Fail'

<b>Sydney Barakat<br>April 7, 2015</b><p><b>(ANTIMEDIA)</b> Hacktivist group Anonymous launched their cyber attack against Israel today, which they have dubbed …

Meet Cyanogen, The Startup That Wants To Steal Android From Google

It’s a little hard to take Kirt McMaster seriously at first. He tends to run on his own schedule, and when he shows up 20 minutes late for a meeting on a recent weekday, there’s not so much as a mention of his tardiness, let alone an apology. In black jeans, a black hoodie that looks a half-size …

Science Has Discovered Why Your Parents Hate Your Music

Two university researchers have released a study confirming that people can't distinguish between some chords as they get older.<p>Last month two neuroscientists named Oliver Bones and Christopher Plack, of Manchester University and the Chinese University of Hong Kong, respectively, released a study …

3 UX ideas for the new generation of mobile apps

Good user experience is hard to deliver, and it's especially hard in the world of mobile apps, which is fast expanding to include smartwatches, other …

Carnage à Tunis

L’attaque terroriste menée en Tunisie sur le musée national du Bardo, à Tunis, a fait 19 morts mercredi après-midi, dont 17 touristes, un policier et …

Terrorisme

Erasing from cyberspace? Hackers hit Israeli websites

Hackers have struck Israeli websites, authorities said. The attack comes days after Anonymous hacktivists threatened Israel with “the electronic …

A Hacker's-Eye View of the Internet of Things

A study of six consumer-grade smart household devices raises big security questions.<p>Ever wonder what hackers think about the Internet of Things? Consider for a moment what someone with criminal intent might do with secret access to your Internet-connected garage door opener and it doesn’t take long …

Photochromia: Sunlight-Sensitive Apparel

At the moment, companies seem eager to keep wearable technology constrained to a simple accessory around the wrist, but NYC-based wearable tech research studio The Crated, along with digital printing platform Print All Over Me (POAM), have grand plans for smart textiles. The two collaborated on an …

Inkjet-printed liquid metal could bring wearable tech, soft robotics

New research shows how inkjet-printing technology can be used to mass-produce electronic circuits made of liquid-metal alloys for "soft robots" and …

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge teardown: Hard to repair, expensive to produce

The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, with its beautifully curved but not very useful screen, is perhaps the company's most intriguing smartphone yet — on the …

HBO unlikely to immediately crack down on Go password sharing as Now launches

Broadcom unveils new 5G Wi-Fi chips for PCs, tablets, phones

Broadcom is ramping up more chips designed to support 5G Wi-Fi, aka 802.11ac.<p>The chipmaker today announced its first 5G Wi-Fi combo chips designed specifically for entry-level consumer devices, meaning PCs, notebooks, tablets, and smartphones. Combo chips offer Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and FM radio all in …

The wide world of hacking in China

China has been cited as allegedly hacking into U.S. government and corporate networks for years now. Generally, the thinking has been that the government is the only entity in the country actively hacking. But a new report seems to indicate that's not even close to the truth.<p>The News York Times on …