At her memorial service at MIT, Jason Pontin, MIT Technology Review’s editor in chief and publisher, delivered a eulogy for MIT’s director of libraries, who died last October.
Naming the company whose poorly secured data is being used to attack Yahoo Mail accounts could improve online security.
Google dumps Motorola and goes home to Nest.
When it comes to social media activity, London props up the global league tables. But why?
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While superfast Internet access is still scarce, average speeds worldwide inch up, and attacks rise, too.
Self-growing circuits made out of biological structures such as plant stems act as temperature sensors and more, says expert in unconventional computing.
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A small group of special individuals could act as an early warning system for the next epidemic. Their special power? Super-spreading disease.