Researchers demonstrate that the list passwords for protecting the iPhone's mobile hotspot are drawn from is just too small. The "randomly generated" passwords are also not random enough.
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AT&T opened public charging stations in New York City today.
The company's graphics chips are finding a foothold in neural networks, a biology-inspired form of computing that is moving from research to commercial tasks like Google's photo recognition. Read thi
Could "lunar steel" be the solution to five percent of the world's greenhouse gases? Read about hot new research out of MIT - molten oxide electrolysis - funded by a grant from NASA originally inten
Want to see what Digg's RSS reader will look like when it comes in beta form next week? The company released a few more details and photos of the news reader for desktop and mobile.
TechCrunch reported today that on June 20, Facebook will unveil a short-video element for Instagram.
Tech firm promises users that iMessage, FaceTime, location details and Siri requests remain private. By Stuart Dredge
Toronto-based startup Sciencescape came about because of a problem that was significant enough to lure co-founder Sam Molyneux away from a bourgeoning career..
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