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An algorithm developed by researchers at the U.K.'s University College London can generate "holograms" by acoustically levitating objects.
A new digital map uses satellite radar imagery to identify potential illegal fishing vessels.
Paige Thompson's lawyers said she had been looking for cracks so they could be fixed. A jury found her guilty of wire fraud and hacking charges.
The 50,000-euro Princess of Asturias Award is one of the most prestigious in the Spanish-speaking world, covering the arts, humanities and literature, among others.
Group will create recommendations for governments, companies and schools to address the link between online harassment and violence in the wake of mass shootings.
Just as the order and spacing of the letters in this article give it sense and message, so the order of the amino acids determines the protein's identity and shape, which results in its function.
University of California, Los Angeles engineers and colleagues designed a one-step three-dimensional printing process for manufacturing robots.
Researchers have established a global archive of linguistic data to provide new insights into the evolution of the words and sounds of spoken languages.
A team of researchers used three-dimensional (3D) photo mapping to find previously hidden ancient etchings in an Alabama cave.
Two new security techniques block power and electromagnetic side-channel attacks targeting analog-to-digital converters in smart devices.
Although voluntary, breaking the Code after signing up to it risks an even heavier fine than breaching GDPR rules.
Mark Horowitz was first to identify the Processor-Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) Interface.
Researchers at Israeli artificial intelligence company AI21 Labs have developed and released an AI model of late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Big technology companies are scaling back their plans for augmented reality (AR) devices.
Amazon is seeking permission from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration and local officials to begin drone deliveries in Lockeford, CA, later this year.
It's also about building nature.
Bank depositors in China said a protest in Henan province was halted by authorities using COVID surveillance infrastructure to turn health code applications red.
Stanford University researchers trained a microphone-outfitted robotic arm to locate objects like keys in a handbag by listening for telltale sounds while searching.
The U.S. Department of Justice increasingly is being allowed to delete malware from Americans' computers without their knowledge or authorization.
The U.K. Ministry of Defence has acquired that government's first quantum computer from London-based Orca Computing.
The beaver's assault continues a long tradition of animals messing with the cables humans put where they live.
Regulators released the first batch of data since mandating that companies such as Tesla report on serious crashes involving their driver-assistance systems.
Artificial intelligence combined with the Internet of Things allows the digital construction of digital twins that constantly learn from and help improve their real counterparts.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney has announced that the Canadian province is investing C$23 million (US$17.9 million) in the University of Calgary Quantum City hub.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration warned that certain Illumina DNA-sequencing machines have a software vulnerability that could jeopardize patient data.
The tunable MZM lattice can help overcome environment interference, providing a more reliable, more efficient quantum computing capability.
Fujitsu aims to increase the pace of quantum application development by using the same microprocessors used in the Fugaku supercomputer.
This is Ms. Ury's job: to validate, as much as to volley back what she claims are research-backed strategies for hacking modern romance.
The vulnerability is rooted in pointer authentication codes.
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