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The Highs and Hazards of Bitcoin
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The Highs and Hazards of Bitcoin

Bitcoin, the leading online alternative currency, has attracted high-minded entrepreneurs and crooks alike.

Scrambled Code Keeps Software Safe
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Scrambled Code Keeps Software Safe

Computer scientists have developed a "mathematical obfuscation" scheme to prevent hackers from reverse-engineering software. 

Hardware Trick Could Keep Cloud Data Safe
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Hardware Trick Could Keep Cloud Data Safe

The new Ascend chip could protect data in the cloud by concealing the way in which central processing units request information in cloud servers. 

Nanoscale Chip Design Enables Future 'internet of Things'
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Nanoscale Chip Design Enables Future 'internet of Things'

With each passing day we are becoming more intertwined into the Internet of Things, where each and every object in the world—your clothes closet and every article...

The Biometric Wallet
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The Biometric Wallet

Hitachi and Fujitsu have pioneered a new technique in which a person's vein configurations are scanned as proof of identity, and the technology is being integrated...

The Future of Riots
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The Future of Riots

On 6 August, peaceful protests over the police shooting of a local man in London's Tottenham district exploded into full-blown riots. During four days of assaults...

How Google's Self-Driving Car Works
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How Google's Self-Driving Car Works

Once a secret project, Google's autonomous vehicles are now out in the open, quite literally, with the company test-driving them on public roads and, on one occasion...

Network Defense Gone Wrong
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Network Defense Gone Wrong

Many companies use content-delivery networks as a defense against distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks, but Michael Rabinovich of Case Western Reserve University...
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