Wednesday, March 3, 2021
A 3D image of a wrist with a watch showing part of the finger bones in white and soft tissue in red. (Source: MARS Bioimaging Ltd)

These Astonishing Pictures Of The Body Were Made By A Colored X-Ray Scanner

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Anthony and Phil Butler aren’t just a son and father. The bioengineering teacher and physics professor (respectively) are also business partners. And this week, their firm, MARS Bioimaging, revealed...
Smart watch for kids

Amazon sells children’s smartwatches that are so easy to hack, security researchers warn

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The SmartTurtle Kid's Smartwatch is one of numerous generic smartwatches sold on Amazon that Rapid7 discovered to have serious security flaws. Amazon Amazon sells low-priced smartwatches designed for children. The comparatively low price...

Virus-Fighting’ Scientist Gets Magnets Trapped In The Nose

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An Australian astrophysicist who wanted to create a device to help stop people contracting the coronavirus has ended up in hospital - after the magnets got trapped up his...
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Microsoft Accidentally Disclosed 250 million Customer Service Records

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The company says it found no proof of malicious use. While most people were out rejoicing the start of a new year, Microsoft's security teams were working tirelessly to close...
Quantum interference in service of information technology

Quantum Interference To Enable Swift Processing of Huge Datasets

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Scientists from the Physics department, University of Warsaw, Poland, in association with the University of Oxford and NIST, have demonstrated that quantum interference facilitates the processing of huge sets...
Ring doorbell

Why Ring Doorbells Perfectly Represent the IoT Security Crisis

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There's been a lot of disturbing and concerning news about how Amazon's Ring smart doorbells are getting surveillance to suburbia and igniting data-sharing relationships between law enforcement and Amazon. News reports this...
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Portable Sonic Guns To Target Protestors in China

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China has made the world's first hand-held sonic gun which can scatter crowds by causing throbbing vibrations in the eardrums, eyeballs, brain, and other internal organs. The law enforcement...
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MIT introduces autonomous robots that form various structures

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Groups of simple, working together robots can unlock stealthy abilities for achieving complex tasks. Getting these robots to attain a true hive-like mind of coordination, however, has proved to...