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Car hack
A pair of researchers have identified the most potent security threats to self-driving cars and offered possible solutions. Basically, it might take a little longer than expected until you can take a nap on the way to work....
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SPACE exploration is a serious scientific business. But ever since the beginning of the Space Age in the 1950s, it has been accompanied by a hefty dose of glitz and PR. Two years ago, Earthlings watched with bated breath as a one-tonne, nuclear-powered, laser-armed robot rover fizzed through the Martian atmosphere, before being deposited gently on...
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SPACE exploration is a serious scientific business. But ever since the beginning of the Space Age in the 1950s, it has been accompanied by a hefty dose of glitz and PR. Two years ago, Earthlings watched with bated breath as a one-tonne, nuclear-powered, laser-armed robot rover fizzed through the Martian atmosphere, before being deposited gently on...
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SPACE flight is difficult. It is also dangerous. Eighteen astronauts and cosmonauts have died in flights organised by the American and Soviet space programmes—and three others were killed in a fire during a rehearsal on the ground. Numerous unmanned rockets have gone wrong as well. Last week the lesson was hammered home again, on two...
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THIS week sees the completion of a new atlas. The cartography in question, though, is biological, not terrestrial. The “Human Protein Atlas” consists of photographic maps, 13m of them, of tissue from all bodily organs. It shows which proteins are found where.The maps were made by creating antibodies to 17,000...
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AeroVironment's neuromorphic quadcopter
Many technology fans, including DARPA think that brainlike neuromorphic chips bleeping digital spikes at each other could provide the answer to autonomous vehicle control -- if only someone knew what exactly should generate the spikes they use. The latest brainstorm, before turning over the keys of life to these chips, is to put them into drones...
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Requests by global governments for Facebook user data increased by 24 per cent in the first six months of 2014...
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Google’s Nexus Player

Google’s Nexus Player lets you stream videos and music to your TV from the Web, and play games, too.

Last year, Google invited itself into the living room with the Chromecast[1], a $35 dongle that plugs into the back of any TV with an HDMI port and lets you play online videos and other

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HP Sprout
Feast your eyes on Sprout, a new all-in-one PC from HP that replaces the keyboard and mouse with a 20-point, 20-inch projected touchpad. HP says the Sprout is the first product in a new "Blended Reality" lineup that's meant to re-envision the interface between real and virtual, analog and digital. Along with the projector, there's also a high-res...
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Two companies believe the future of security lies in the veins in our eyes and our ECG readings...

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