Stephanie Mahoney

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3D-printed pizza and tech 'groundbreaking' for ISS

The future potential of the food and manufacturing industries may be found in the eyes of entrepreneurs and companies literally looking to the …

Can a Mind-Reading Headset Teach You To Deal With Stress?

<i>This article originally appeared on Lost at E Minor.</i><p>To different people, meditation can mean different things. When some of us hear the ‘m-word’ we …

Can a football stadium be as 'smart' as a phone?

SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — It's a tough challenge for the National Football League to entice fans off their comfy couches and into stadiums when …

USB has a huge security problem that could take years to fix

In July, researchers Karsten Nohl and Jakob Lell announced that they'd found a critical security flaw they called BadUSB, allowing attackers to smuggle malware on the devices effectively undetected. Even worse, there didn't seem to be a clear fix for the attack. Anyone who plugged in a USB stick …

Apple Helps You Verify if an iPhone is Stolen

It’s safe to say the market for stolen smartphones is a fairly lucrative one, with the recently launched iPhone 6 costing anything up to $1,000 off-contract. With that in mind, Apple has introduced a nifty new iCloud tool that establishes whether a phone you’re considering buying is protected with …

Giant 3D-printed robot spider sees world through an iPad

You're looking at a walking, robotic 3D-printed hexapod that can see its terrain and is controlled wirelessly from an iPad.<p>Its master and creator is …

BadUSB Can Turn Thumb Drives Into Cyberweapons

BadUSB is a dangerous USB security flaw that allows attackers to turn a simple USB device into a keyboard, which can then be used to type malicious …