Pairing smartphones is much trickier than it needs to be, say computer scientists, who have developed a quicker way.
A security researcher has worked out more than a dozen ways to remotely wreck the guts of industrial facilities.
As the government embarks on an ambitious renewables program, researchers seek technology solutions suited to India’s unique conditions.
New computer simulations illustrate the limits of prosthetic eyes and suggest pathways for making them better.
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A lawyer and cryptographer try to sketch out the most secure way to let the U.S. government intercept encrypted messages—and conclude it still won’t work.
Attacking the Internet’s core infrastructure to intercept Web traffic at mass scale is easier than it should be.
A reincarnation of one of the oldest ideas in artificial intelligence could finally make it possible to truly converse with our computers. And Facebook has a chance to make it happen first.
A research project called DoppleSleep can tell how well you’re sleeping without getting in the way.