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New Attacks on Graphics Processors Endanger User Privacy
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New Attacks on Graphics Processors Endanger User Privacy

University of California, Riverside scientists have determined how hackers can exploit graphics processing units to expose private data.

Now You Can See the Invisible
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Now You Can See the Invisible

University of California, Santa Barbara researchers are using Wi-Fi signals to look through solid walls and see what is on the other side.

Advancing Resistive Memory to Improve Portable Electronics
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Advancing Resistive Memory to Improve Portable Electronics

A new technology could lead to the next generation of memory storage devices for portable electronics such as smartphones, laptops, tablets, and digital cameras...

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How Much Information?

In 2008, the world's servers processed 9.57 zettabytes of information, almost 10 to the 22nd power, or ten million million gigabytes. This was 12 gigabytes of...

Funding Supports Diamond-Based Quantum Information Processing and Communication
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Funding Supports Diamond-Based Quantum Information Processing and Communication

University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) scientists say that diamonds could revolutionize quantum mechanics in computing by enabling ultra-secure communications...
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