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How Hackers Can Steal Data Using Radiofrequency

A recent experiment by a researcher would force you to reconsider the safety of your important data and make you put a meshed shield around your …

Why Everyone Must Get Ready For The 4th Industrial Revolution

First came steam and water power; then electricity and assembly lines; then computerization… So what comes next?<p>Some call it the fourth industrial revolution, or industry 4.0, but whatever you call it, it represents the combination of cyber-physical systems, the Internet of Things, and the Internet …

Manufacturing

PBS Doc “Memory Hackers” Shows The Future Of Memory Manipulation

Once the realm of science fiction, advances in technology, neurochemistry, and cognitive science are redefining what memory is, enabling us to erase …

Chip promises brain-like AI in your mobile devices

There's one big, glaring reason why you don't see neural networks in mobile devices right now: power. Many of these brain-like artificial intelligence systems depend on large, many-core graphics processors to work, which just isn't practical for a device meant for your hand or wrist. MIT has a …

Comcast will roll out its gigabit internet offering to five new cities this year

Atlanta, Nashville, Chicago, Detroit, and Miami<p>After testing its gigabit internet service with one user in Philadelphia back in December, Comcast is nearly ready to rollout the service on a much wider scale. Comcast will make the 1Gbps service available in Nashville and Atlanta early this year, …

Smart mat can help diabetics prevent amputations

A Jackson State University professor challenged his engineering students to develop a technology that solves a problem for their senior project. And one particular group decided to create a smart mat that can help diabetics save their lower limbs from amputation. The mat detects the temperatures of …

Android Apps

The newest HomeKit products can be built right into your walls

It's cool being able to control your home through an app, but sometimes you just want to keep it simple and flip a switch. That's about to become possible for people building out a smart home with products connected with Apple's HomeKit. iDevices is announcing a number of HomeKit products today …

Top 16 Trends For 2016: Augmented Reality Goes Mainstream, The Dragon Stumbles And Everything Is 'Uberized'

Each year my team of futurists puts together a list of big trends for the coming year. We analyze how right we were with our “15 for 2015” and compile our “16 for 2016” (they must be dreading 2030). I’m relieved to see our methods are working; in 2015 we were right on the money – and money was one …

CES 2016: What To Expect

Driverless cars, virtual reality, and more new tech coming to Vegas<p>The Earth has just about completed another orbit around the sun, so you know what that means: it's time yet again for CES. The international Consumer Electronics Show, held annually in Las Vegas in January for the past 18 years (and …

New Google test feature lets you replace your password with a phone

Remembering passwords was always a nuisance, and these days, when a secure password has at least 20 characters and resembles the product of a cat …

TK evergreen Bitcoin cryptocurrency price article blog post

Currency has gone from cows to coins to paper to plastic. The next big disruption? We could all be spending digital dough.<p>The next time you pull a tattered $5 bill out of your pocket to pay for a coffee, consider the fact that you’re handling one of society’s oldest and most important inventions: …

Cryptocurrency

Death to the Download: Google Rolls Out New Way to Stream Apps From Search

The new mobile search features find apps you've installed and ones you haven't yet.<p>Mobile apps can be the bane of Google — isolated spaces where the search engine does not mediate. But Google, being Google, finds a way.<p>The search giant’s effort here advanced on two fronts Wednesday, with new mobile …

Noise-canceling tech could lead to Internet connections 400 times faster than Google Fiber

The basic mechanism behind noise-canceling headphones could boost both the speed and reliability of Internet connections, according to researchers that published findings via Nature Photonics.<p>Noise-canceling headphones use a microphone to pick up any outside noises within range of your ears. It …

On the frontline of the fight against cybercrime

Inside the tightly controlled security area of Symantec's Dublin headquarters, a screen on the wall flashes up hacking hotspots as they are detected …

Robotic cars, aeroponics, and Lego: building tomorrow's city in MIT's Media Lab

MIT's Media Lab has been cranking out innovations ever since it opened back in 1985, and now it has its sights set on developing the city of tomorrow and the technology that will power it. <i>The Financial Times</i> has taken an in-depth, behind-the-scenes look at some of the projects currently being …

DoD to grant Apple’s iOS 6 & Samsung Galaxy devices security approval for widespread use by US government agencies

The iPhone and iPad have already been cleared for use by a number of US government agencies, and in February the US Defense Department confirmed plans to open its networks to 100,000 new devices from Apple and Google by February of next year. Today, The Wall Street Journal reports the DoD is about …