Earlier in the week we heard that a number of large companies in the UK had pulled their adverts from YouTube after they had appeared on extremist and anti-semitic videos. … Continue Reading →
By hijacking the DNA of a human cell, they showed it’s possible to program it like a simple computer. The post Scientists Hack a Human Cell and Reprogram It Like … Continue Reading →
Who left the lights out? The post The New Justice League Trailer Packs In Everything Wrong with DC’s Dark Movie Universe appeared first on WIRED.
The stentor is one of the strangest, most mysterious organisms on Earth, and it just might be swimming in a pond near you. The post Stentors: The Tiny Giants That … Continue Reading →
We know where this season is going—let’s pump the brakes on all these mini-cliffhangers and just get to the catharsis. The post The Walking Dead Recap Season 7 Episode 15: … Continue Reading →
The gig economy isn’t just for website designers and juice cleanse diet diehards anymore. The post Social Media Influencers Finally Come to … Medicine appeared first on WIRED.
Another security-versus-privacy war erupts following last week’s attack in Westminster.
Cost, security and customer support are just a few of the factors worth looking at.
In this week’s wrap-up, Apple introduces its new cheapest tablet along with red iPhones.
A manager for the ride-hailing company writes a seemingly tone-deaf message to a potential employee, according to The Guardian.
Twitter had a successful run with the NFL last season. Now, other tech giants are hoping for an interception.
The biggest tech headlines of the day include the Senate’s vote to eliminate consumer privacy rules, 71% of Android users running unpatched software and Instagram filtering out sensitive photos.
The latest documents published on WikiLeaks reveal some of the tools allegedly used by the CIA to hack into iPhones and Macs.
Apple drops a whole batch of new products before the iPad Pro keynote, but is the Red iPhone 7 coming way too late? Plus, “AirPods” — The Music Video. Oh, … Continue Reading →
A filing comes to light that shows a plan for marrying an iPhone to a laptop-like accessory.
The biggest tech news of the day include Nintendo’s Switch controller issue seems to be fixed, Instagram letting advertisers book appointments and Google adding a location-sharing feature to its Maps … Continue Reading →
In a goodwill gesture, the home rental company will donate upward of $250,000 to a local community organization this season.
The victims were a social network and an “internet-related services” company, according to the feds.
All the tech stories that matter include Google’s release of Android O to developers, Reddit slowly rolling out user profiles and Twitter cracking down heavily on extremist spam accounts.
How much would you pay to rent a movie at home while it was still in cinemas?
The home rental company expands and rebrands in the Far East.
The e-retailer will build a list of logos and intellectual property in its war against knockoffs.
The beleaguered ride-hailing company says it’s addressing its “cult of the individual.”
It’s patch day at Apple. The company just released four new versions of its four operating systems for all its devices — iOS 10.3, macOS 10.12.4, watchOS 3.2 and tvOS … Continue Reading →
We finally have a peek at the smartphone that Android co-founder Andy Rubin and his team have been building. Today, Rubin tweeted out a teaser photo of the yet-to-be-named device … Continue Reading →
(NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center) To time how long it takes a pulse of laser light to travel from space to Earth and back, you need a really good stopwatch — … Continue Reading →
(NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center) Tropical Cyclone Caleb is weakening in the Southern Indian Ocean and NASA’s Aqua satellite caught one of the last bursts of strength as it passed overhead.
(NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center) NASA’s Aqua satellite passed over the storm early on March 27, 2017 as Tropical Cyclone Debbie had intensified into a powerful hurricane already affecting the coast … Continue Reading →
(George Washington University) Researchers at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences found a majority of first-year medical students changed their online behavior after participating in a … Continue Reading →
(Graphene Flagship) Graphene-based transistors enable a flexible neural probe with excellent signal-to-noise ratio. Such probes are useful for examining neural activity for understanding diseases, as well as in neuroprosthetics for … Continue Reading →
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology) A new interface control technique for block co-polymer self-assembly developed at MIT could provide long-sought method for making even tinier patterns on microchips with lines just … Continue Reading →
(Umea University) Temperatures are rising, and life on earth changes. The fastest change takes place in the North, in the Arctic. That is a fact. But what societal challenges await? … Continue Reading →
(Pensoft Publishers) Not only have scientists from Japan performed the first non-destructive morphological observations on the fleshy brittle star, Asteronyx loveni, using micro X-ray tomography, but they also published their … Continue Reading →
(Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council) Six High Performance Computing (HPC) centers that will give academics and industry access to powerful computers to support research in engineering and the physical … Continue Reading →
(Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry) The Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) Europe 27th Annual Meeting will host 2,000 scientists from more than 60 countries from May 7-11 … Continue Reading →
(Ruhr-University Bochum) Researchers at Ruhr-Universität Bochum have analyzed how green algae manufacture complex components of a hydrogen-producing enzyme. The enzyme, known as the hydrogenase, may be relevant for the biotechnological … Continue Reading →
(College of Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University) Carnegie Mellon University aims to build a talent pipeline into the cyber workforce by introducing computer security skills to middle and high school students … Continue Reading →
(Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona) A study conducted by ICTA-UAB (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona) researcher Eric Galbraith shows that future improvement of fishing technology poses a threat for the global fishery … Continue Reading →
(Centre for Research in Agricultural Genomics ) Scientists have discovered a gene that allows to double the production of artemisinin in the Artemisia annua plant.The artemisinin-based combination therapy (ACT) is … Continue Reading →