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Google Wallet Will Host Digital Driver's License in Maryland
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Google Wallet Will Host Digital Driver's License in Maryland

Google has started beta testing hosting of digital driver's licenses and state ID cards for its Wallet application on Android, which will be exclusive to Maryland...

Websites Have Way More Trackers Now
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Websites Have Way More Trackers Now

Analysts at NordVPN found the average website has 48 trackers monitoring visitors' activity and recording their private data.

Meet the 'Smartest Office Building in the World'
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Meet the 'Smartest Office Building in the World'

The 31-story JTC Summit smart office building in Singapore incorporates a network of approximately 60,000 sensors to collect data from various building systems....

Low-Code Could Replace 'Traditional' Coding Within Months
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Low-Code Could Replace 'Traditional' Coding Within Months

The Mendix software company estimates low-code adoption climbed from 77% last year to 94% this year, with 40% of businesses now using low-code apps for mission-critical...

Quantum Computing Breakthrough May Be Key to Large-Scale Quantum Chips
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Quantum Computing Breakthrough May Be Key to Large-Scale Quantum Chips

Researchers at Australia's University of New South Wales say a new method could enable engineers to reliably control millions of quantum bits.

These 'Smart' Home Devices Could Be the Biggest Security Threat to Your Entire Company
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These 'Smart' Home Devices Could Be the Biggest Security Threat to Your Entire Company

Experts warn that smart Internet of Things devices could threaten entire businesses, with a Palo Alto Networks survey finding more devices connecting to business...

This Dangerous Keylogger Could Change the Entire Malware Space
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This Dangerous Keylogger Could Change the Entire Malware Space

Cofense Intelligence, a developer of “intelligent phishing defense solutions,” is raising concerns about a new keylogger because of how quickly the malware is updated...

Your Smart Home Devices Could All Be About to Stop Working
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Your Smart Home Devices Could All Be About to Stop Working

Experts say thousands of connected smart home devices could shut down with the expiration of their Secure Sockets Layer certificates.

Nearly All Google Chrome Security Bugs Involve Memory Flaws
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Nearly All Google Chrome Security Bugs Involve Memory Flaws

Google researchers have found that the vast majority of security bugs found in the Chrome browser are related to memory management.

Ford , Volkswagen Smart Cars May Come With Some Major Security Risks
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Ford , Volkswagen Smart Cars May Come With Some Major Security Risks

A study by independent consumer body Which? found serious security flaws in connected cars from Ford and Volkswagen.

Hackers Use a Photograph of a Fingerprint to Bypass Phone Security
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Hackers Use a Photograph of a Fingerprint to Bypass Phone Security

A group of researchers claim to have developed a method for bypassing biometric security on smartphones using photographs of fingerprints.

China Passes Cryptography Law
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China Passes Cryptography Law

China has passed a cryptography statute, which will become law on Jan. 1, that regulates how government, businesses, and private citizens may use the technology...

Why Microsoft Believes We're on the Threshold of Quantum Computing
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Why Microsoft Believes We're on the Threshold of Quantum Computing

Most researchers aiming to make quantum computing a reality focus on superconducting quantum bits (qubits), but Microsoft's approach avoids harnessing electronic...
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