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Hundreds of iPhone apps infected in first major attack on App Store

Developers tricked into using XcodeGhost software that infiltrates legitimate apps in an attempt to steal data<p>Apple has taken down several apps after hundreds were found to have been compromised by a major attack on the App Store.<p>In the first significant security issue to affect the …

How the Higgs boson is born and how it dies: the most precise picture so far

The ATLAS and CMS collaborations, at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider, have combined their data to produce our most precise view to date of the Higgs boson<p>Another of those “freak” research publications, which so befuddle the makers of university league tables, is on the way¹. Having made the best …

Physics

10 things in tech you need to know today

<b>1. Google has revealed the name of the next version of Android - Marshmallow.</b> The mobile operating system follows a candy-centric naming system, and Android 6.0 will be no exception.<p><b>2. Facebook has revamped its "Notes" tool in an attempt to be your next blogging platform.</b> It now looks a lot more …

Music Festivals

The Hadron Collider Is Smashing Old Ideas

Author: Danielle Venton. Danielle Venton Science<p>Date of Publication: 08.18.15.<p>Time of Publication: 6:45 am. 6:45 am<p>Theoretical physicists have filled …

Scientists find the brain’s missing ‘pipes’

“Throw out the textbooks” and “missing link” are words rarely heard anymore in science, but that’s what researchers around the world are saying about the recent discovery of microscopic lymphatic vessels connecting the brain to the immune system.<p>That physical link was long thought absent, …

Immune System

Learn today's key programming languages to kick-start your coding career

<i>The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships so we may get a share of the revenue from your purchase.</i><p>Shutterstock Today's increasingly tech savvy job market is a wealth of opportunity for those who know key programming languages, like …

Programming

Warp Speed Travel Is Theoretically Possible, Says Astrophysicist

Einstein’s theory of relativity allows it.<p>Despite all the intergalactic hopping in science fiction and the occasional extraordinary research claim, …

Physics

Understanding The 5th Dimension

<b>Posted by spiritualunite</b><p><b>The 5th dimensional reality is becoming a frequency in which humanity is growing into everyday. Our sights, smells, tastes</b> …

Warp speed space travel a possibility thanks to Einstein's theory of relativity, astrophysicist says

Long considered a staple of science fiction, high speed space travel between galaxies — or warp speed — may actually be possible, according to …

Physics

How Quantum Randomness Saves Relativity

In physics, Albert Einstein is famous for two things: developing the theory of relativity, and hating quantum mechanics. Relativity is a colossal achievement, with the special theory of 1905 putting classical physics on a firmer philosophical footing, and the general theory of 1915 extending that …

Quantum Mechanics

The World's First 3D Printed Room is a Mind-Boggling Baroque Interior

1/7<p>Michael Hansmeyer 3d printed room<p>3D printing has shaken up the worlds of medicine and design, and now it's architecture’s time to shine. Michael …

3D Printing

Black Holes Get Even Weirder with New Stephen Hawking Theory

Black holes may be even weirder than scientists had thought, according to a new paper by famed astrophysicist Stephen Hawking.<p>The paper, which …

How fast could humans travel safely through space?

The current speed record has stood for 46 years. When will it be beaten, asks Adam Hadhazy.<p>We humans are obsessed with speed. Recent months, for instance, brought news that students in Germany have broken the record for the fastest accelerating electric car, and that the US Air Force plans to …

Physics
Nanotech

The World Of Quantum Physics: EVERYTHING Is Energy

By In5D on July 25, 2015 in Science, Spiritual Awakening<p>Nobel Prize winning physicists have proven beyond doubt that the physical world is one large …

What are the limits of human vision?

From spotting galaxies millions of light years away to perceiving invisible colours, Adam Hadhazy explains why your eyes can do incredible things.<p>Take a look around the room – what do you see? All those colours, the walls, the windows – everything seems so self-evident, just so there. It's weird to …

Andromeda Galaxy

Europe just invested over $380 million in an alien-hunting space mission to Jupiter

On July 17, the European Space Agency — Europe's version of NASA — announced that they were issuing a contract to award the U.S.-equivalent of $384 million to the European-based company Airbus Defense and Space.<p>Jupiter has become one of the most likely neighborhoods in our solar system with the …

Astronomy
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Boeing just patented a jet engine powered by lasers and nuclear explosions

With airplane makers constantly on the lookout for new and more efficient ways to power their products, this laser engine is the latest idea cooked up by the engineers at Boeing.<p>Modern airliners such as the Boeing Dreamliner are powered by multiple turbofan engines. These engines deploy a series of …

Aviation

Ambitious new tech aims to revolutionize touchscreens

The ambitious GHOST (Generic, Highly-Organic Shape-Changing Interfaces) research project is building technology that will let consumers use their fingertips to literally drag data out of touchscreen displays, bringing it into the 3D world.<p>GHOST is the brainchild of four universities in the U.K., …

Emerging Technology

The 7 Drivers Of The $150 Billion AR/VR Industry

Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality won’t get going properly until next year, but we’re already seeing a healthy level of competition between early market players.<p>While internal market competition is inevitable, the fight that really matters is between AR/VR’s installed base and the huge …

Augmented Reality

NASA wants to terraform the moon with a fleet of autonomous robots

There are few things as thoroughly fascinating as outer space and robots, and NASA just decided to give half a million dollars to a project combining …

Astronomy

Meet the Micro:bit, the BBC's tiny programmable computer for kids

The Raspberry Pi has been a huge success story for Britain, giving millions of people an affordable way to tinker and learn with pocket-sized hardware. Now, the BBC is hoping to make a similar impact with the "Micro:bit." Like the Raspberry Pi, this tiny computer has been created to help youngsters …

Raspberry Pi

The future of travel? A tube called Hyperloop | Reuters

When asked to imagine the future of transportation, most might draw a car of the future, perhaps solar powered and autonomously driven.<p>For a select few the way we’ll move ourselves across the world tomorrow is in a steel tube at speeds of almost 800mph.<p>This was originally the brainchild of …

High-speed Rail

Leap Motion's Augmented-Reality Computing Looks Stupid Cool

We have a habit of filling new technologies with old ideas. Television borrowed from vaudeville in its early days. Personal computers were built …