Government hackers apparently went to work as Israel and Russia ramped up military action this year.
For $12,000, a company grafts a patient’s cancer into rodents and tests drugs on them.
Footage of people unlocking their phones can be used to steal mobile passcodes even if the typing can’t be seen.
A novel material allows the use of fast-switching liquid crystals, opening the way to more efficient LCD designs.
PARC’s technique of mincing chips into printer ink could revolutionize the way electronics are made.
A chip that uses a million digital neurons and 256 million synapses may signal the beginning of a new era of more intelligent computers.
Despite the outcry over government and corporate snooping, some people allow themselves to be monitored for money or rewards.
In-car applications and wireless connectivity are a boon to hackers who take aim at cars.
A system designed to let carriers remotely install software on phones, or change their settings without a user noticing, is open to abuse.
A heads-up display could be safer than glancing at your smartphone while driving—but some features may be more distracting than others.