Security analysts reveal the inner workings of China’s efforts to block the Tor anonymity network–and how to get around this censorship.
Machines are now almost as good as humans at object recognition, and the turning point occurred in 2012, say computer scientists.
Unlike conventional semiconductors, graphene cannot be switched off, a problem that threatens to scupper its use in future generations of transistors. Now physicists think they’ve found a solution.
Solar panels, used in the past Mars missions, were passed up in favor of a space battery for powering the car-size Curiosity robot.
Criminals are increasingly using the internet to turn dirty money into a spotless shade of green. Now a report written for the United Nations lifts the lid on many of these increasingly popular techniques.
If we want to bring coding skills to the masses, we may have to reinvent what programming is.
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Entire GPS systems, including batteries and wireless transmitters for downloading data, are now no bigger than a coin.
The creation of an acoustic black hole leaves the way open for the discovery of Hawking radiation.