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Developers get a new software kit to create Kinect applications, and a number of them did so at a 24-hour “code camp.”
Security experts say companies need new tactics to fight the next wave of cyberattacks.
Lollapalooza opens its data to music hackers, and offers prizes for the best new apps.
In his new book Biopunk: DIY Scientists Hack the Software of Life, Marcus Wohlsen explores the new movement in garage-based biotech.
A hackable camera opens new possibilities for digital photos.
Academics and hobbyists are already hacking the Kinect—and doing so is about to get even easier.
Researchers figure out how to hijack sensor communications.
New attacks highlight the growing threat to smart phones.
A computer security researcher demonstrates attacks on cash machines.
One researcher shows how your house’s power could be shut down remotely, but the threat is only theoretical–for now.