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Report Says China, Russia ‘Aggressive’ Cybercrime Sponsors
China and Russia are increasingly using cyber-espionage tactics to steal classified trade and technology information, according to a new U.S. intelligence report.
November 3, 2011
MIT Researchers Look to 3-D Printing for Next-Gen Manufacturing
Mass production of products might soon be a thing of the past, with new 3-D innovations offering personalized ...
September 20, 2011
‘Full-Duplex’ Technology Could Double Bandwidth
A new breakthrough could help avert the nearing bandwidth crisis, allowing all users to continue streaming video and ...
September 14, 2011
Technology Ghost Town Proposed for New Mexico
US Technology firm Pegasus Global Holdings plans to build a 20-square-mile ghost town in the state of New ...
September 12, 2011
Three-Wheeled Vehicle Aims to Change Commuting Forever
Imagine if you will, a three-wheeled motorcycle enclosed in the thin shell of a car, a roll cage ...
September 7, 2011
New Artificial Intelligence Computer Chips Mimic the Brain
IBM revealed a new generation of experimental computer chips that stimulate the human brain. The “Neurosynaptic Chips” emulate ...
August 31, 2011
Graphene Grown From Girl Scout Cookies
A single box of Girl Scout Cookies could yield $15 billion worth of graphene says chemist James Tour ...
August 15, 2011
Ferrari’s ‘Hypercar of the Future’ Contest Drives Innovation
The winning design of Ferrari's “Hypercar of the Future” World Design Contest offers a convincing view of what ...
August 8, 2011
Airbus Concept Plane Features See-Through Cabin
Airbus released images of a concept plane in the next 40 years.
June 15, 2011
Hacker Group LulzSec Invents New Ways to Harass Companies
The hacker group, Lulz Security (LulzSec), has followed up the series of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks ...
June 15, 2011
Apple iCloud, New iPad Sofware to be Unveiled Next Week
Apple iCloud: Apple CEO Steve Jobs will announce its new anticipated cloud service at its developer conference next ...
May 31, 2011
Alaska Airlines to Use iPads as Flight Manuals
Alaska Airlines is looking to replace its flight manuals with something more state-of-the-art: iPads.
May 30, 2011
Of Codebreakers and Mechanical Giants
Machines to crack the Enigma codes became more advanced as World War II progressed.
May 30, 2011
Twitter Taken to New Level With Everest Tweet
Twitter has reached new heights with the first tweet ever sent from the top of Everest by a ...
May 6, 2011
Cyberbullying Meets Its Match With Crisp Thinking
Software company Crisp Thinking has come up with a program that can monitor online information which can prevent ...
March 28, 2011
Showdown in the Skies: A380 vs. 747-8
Overview of the Airbus A380 vs. Boing 747-8
March 21, 2011
EV Cup: Electric Racing Is Here
EV Cup is the world's first "green" auto racing series, using electric cars on real race tracks.
February 25, 2011
‘Angry Birds’ Birthday Cake Built by Father for Son (Video)
"Angry Birds" birthday cake is a reality: a father recently created a birthday cake for his son with ...
February 22, 2011
Legend of Zelda Has its 25th Birthday
Legend of Zelda, the famous Nintendo title and video game creation from Super Mario Bros. creator Shigeru Miyamoto, ...
February 21, 2011
Robot Hummingbird Gets Thumbs Up as Flying Spybot (Video)
The miniature spy drone commissioned by the U.S. Department of Defense, has passed its flight tests.
February 21, 2011
Japanese Humanoid Robot to Help on Space Station
It talks, tweets, and looks kind of human—but will it be good company?
Taxi of Tomorrow Finalist Unveils New Cab Design
NEW YORK— Karsan USA, one of the three finalists in the Taxi of Tomorrow competition, unveiled its design ...
February 2, 2011
New Video Games Played With Living Organisms (Video)
New discovery could make “Tron”-like battle grids a reality for unwitting microorganisms, with the unveiling of “biotic games” ...
January 30, 2011
Smartphone Plans: Sprint Smartphone Data Plans to Cost $10 More
Smartphone Plans: New smartphone data plans from Sprint will cost $10 more beginning Jan. 30, with the wireless ...
January 18, 2011
Supercomputer Jeopardy: Contestants Beat by ‘Jeopardy’ Supercomputer
Supercomputer Jeopardy is now a reality as IBM's supercomputer "Watson" defeated several top Jeopardy contestants in a test ...
January 13, 2011
New Cancer Detection Technology in Development
A new blood test using circulating tumor cell (CTC) technology to detect cancer is being developed.
January 4, 2011
Radiation Cleanup Could Go Faster With New Technology
Oregon State University scientists have invented a new instrument to detect and measure radioactive contamination.
January 2, 2011
Trump Says Lawsuit Filed After National Emergency Declaration Comes From ‘Open Border Democrats’
New Round of US-China Trade Talks to Begin in Washington
Manchester Terror Attack Victim’s Mother ‘Made Ill’ at Prospect of ‘No Regrets’ ISIS Bride Returning to UK
British Supermarkets Battle to Secure Stocks as Chaotic Brexit Looms
Report: Honda to Shut UK Plant, Imperiling 3,500 Jobs
The Associated Press
Legal Actions to Stop National Emergency Declaration Begin
President Trump: ‘The Days of Socialism and Communism Are Numbered’
Unruly Texas Protestors Vandalize Border Patrol Museum
Boom in Stock Buybacks Stirs a Hot Debate in Washington
Earmarks Advocates Want to Restore Discredited Tool