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Contrary to what you’ve heard, Android is almost impenetrable to malware

Until now, Google hasn’t talked about malware on Android because it did not have the data or analytic platform to back its security claims. But that changed dramatically today when Google’s Android Security chief Adrian Ludwig reported data showing that less than an estimated 0.001% of app …

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New programming language could code DNA to deliver drugs and detect diseases

The University of Washington envisions a future where our bodies will be tuned to heal us just as easily as software is built to entertain us — and it's come up with a method that could eventually turn this idea into a reality. University researchers have developed a programming language that …

NASA reveals how its plan to capture an asteroid and harvest a piece would work

Since the start of this year, NASA's been talking about the idea of capturing an asteroid and bringing it into orbit near the Earth, where astronauts can visit it and take home a sample. The US space agency isn't kidding around, either, already beginning plans to complete the mission by 2025. But …

Watch Somebody Pilot A Drone With Google Glass

It was only a matter of time, really<p>This is one of those ideas it's surprising we didn't hear about earlier: a Google Glass-controlled drone! (Come on, guys, Google Glass has been around for, what, four months?) But then again, if this coding narrative from Glass developer Blaine Bublitz is any …

Earth waves at Saturn

A collage of 1400+ images of people waving at the Cassini spacecraft on July 19.<p>On July 19, 2013, the Cassini spacecraft pointed its camera back at …

Facebook isn't making you depressed, but the internet is

Status update: the link between Facebook and depression isn't so simple<p>Another day, another "Facebook makes you miserable" headline. For the last few years, the social network, which now claims nearly 700 million daily users worldwide, has been the subject of an endless stream of stories in the …

The World's Most Precise Clock Could Prove Einstein Wrong

What a makes a good clock? Andrew Ludlow, a physicist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, says one of the most important criteria is stability.<p>"If you could imagine a grandfather clock and see the pendulum swinging back and forth, ideally that pendulum would swing back and forth …

When pop concerts go wrong

Singer Brandy stormed off stage after performing to an empty stadium but she is not the only popstar to have a concert related mishap.<p><i>Bono falls off the stage</i><p>Playing in front of tens of thousands of screaming fans is bound to over-excite even the most seasoned rockstars and the U2 frontman is no …

MSI AG2712A 27-inch gaming all-in-one hitting Europe this month

MSI showed off its Wind Top AG2712 back in March, and, being the 27-inch gaming all-in-one that it is, the thing was hard to miss. The company's European wing is getting ready to launch the system this month, albeit with a slightly different name and some newish specs. The 27-incher is now called …