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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“For the first time, we will identify continents and oceans—and perhaps the signatures of life—on distant worlds,” says NASA in its 30-year vision for astrophysics.