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Data was used to enable harassment, may aid financial fraud.
Group is trying to define what is acceptable in cyberspace.
High prices have pushed some toward collective ownership, but the future of virtual properties is uncertain.
Researchers demonstrated a quantum memristor on an integrated quantum processor operating on single photons in an effort to link artificial intelligence and quantum computing.
An international research team has developed a new method for determining the pace of change.
HP issued security advisories for three critical-severity vulnerabilities impacting its LaserJet Pro, Pagewide Pro, OfficeJet, Enterprise, Large Format, and DeskJet printer models.
United Parcel Service has expanded its deal with Google Cloud, which will involve greater network, storage, and computing capacity.
Rollout of European Digital Identity sparks Big Brother-type fears.
The wireless carrier said that it was working with the F.B.I. and the Secret Service to investigate a recent wave of fraudulent messages, but said the source did not appear to be Russian hackers.
Bank envisions application of quantum capabilities for priorities such as pricing and portfolio optimisation, sustainability, risk, and fraud
University of Georgia researchers unveiled a sensor system that watches power electronic converters at solar energy farms for signs of cyberattack in real time.
Researchers at the U.K.'s University College London have demonstrated that three-dimensional printing could be used to produce personalized medicines.
Two University of California, Davis researchers have proposed a computational method for dissipating a small fraction of the heat generated by conventional computer circuitry.
Researchers have determined that a microchip's maximum signal transmission speed is about 1 petahertz, roughly 100,000 times faster than current transistors.
Dongarra's algorithms and software fueled the growth of high-performance computing and had significant impacts in many areas of computational science, from AI to computer graphics.
Researchers at Washington State University in St. Louis have proposed a quantum-secure system that is inexpensive, convenient, and scalable.
A new magnetic tentacle robot is tiny enough to take tissue samples from the lung's smallest bronchial vessels, or to deliver cancer therapy.
A proof-of-concept "browser in the browser" exploit could phish passwords using a malicious site that does not contain suspicious domains or substitute letters.
Neural network used to spot a space rock in the Australian outback.
A large study in Britain found two specific windows of adolescence when some teenagers are most sensitive to social media.
Electric vehicle Charging Station Management Systems need greater focus on security.
The biggest hack since Russia's war began knocked thousands of people offline. The spillover extends deep into Europe.
ELTA has released multiple updates on the situation after reporting on Monday that it was struggling to deal with a ransomware attack they discovered on Sunday evening.
A programmer behind the popular open-source npm program node-ipc poisoned it with malware that erased the hard drives of computers located in Russia or Belarus.
The EU targets tech giants' walled gardens with aggressive new rules, but the smaller companies the DMA is meant to help are skeptical it will work.
Deepfake videos are being used to manipulate the course of the war in Ukraine.
A group of researchers has developed a system that allows nonexperts to generate predictions in just a few seconds.
Researchers have developed robotized insects that could be used to search for survivors in collapsed buildings.
The change of Instagram's algorithm to prioritize videos over photos has put a damper on the social media strategies of small food businesses.
Honda has been developing the Asimo bipedal humanoid robot since 2000 with the goal of developing robots that will coexist with and be useful to people.