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You can’t beat space telescopes for an unencumbered view of the cosmos.
The paper being presented suggested that the two researchers had a method to quickly find large semiprime numbers and essentially break RSA-2048 and any other semiprime-based encryption.
Xbox eavesdropping, email scammers, and more of the week's top security news.
"Colossal," "A Monster Calls," and "I Kill Giants" are terrific sci-fi films with weird, big themes. They all failed to connect with audiences.
Dust off that waffle iron and enter a world of cooking that goes way beyond breakfast.
The automaker’s got a brand new bag, and it could reduce the chances of brain injury in some crashes by 75 percent.
REI's annual Labor Day Sale has kicked off early, with deals on foldable kayaks, cargo bikes, headlamps, socks, and more.
Levels of the pollutant as high as 18,000 feet above Earth's surface have spiked to 160 parts per billion by volume (ppbv) in some regions, with local values expected to be 'significantly higher.'
While it may be odd to think that a platform of YouTube's size hadn't already been moderating 'violent' and 'mature' content directed towards kids, prior, YouTube has only age-restricted access.
An investigation into respiratory illnesses connected to e-cigs by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention turned up the first known death this week.
Instagram to start serving its users back-to-back ads in stories, 'roughly double' the number of ads
Facebook has reportedly instructed the photo and video-sharing platform to serve users 'roughly double' the amount of ads to bolster revenue. That will include back-to-back ads in users' stories.
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At the core of Brazil's out-of-control fires in the Amazon is deforestation. Here's how human meddling fundamentally transforms a rainforest.
This allows one to search for things like receipts, passwords, or any other interest that displays a searchable text. Google says it could make copying WiFi passwords a lot easier.
Pepe is popping up all over Hong Kong—on walls, in forums, in sticker packs for apps—as a symbol of resistance against an authoritarian state.
Members of Twitter’s safety council say the company is keeping them in the dark and want to talk to CEO Jack Dorsey, in a letter obtained by WIRED.
Today, a stretch of track near Aldershot was receiving 30kW from the nearby solar farm. Renewable electricity will power signalling and lights on Network Rail's Wessex route.
A new study published in the journal Antiquity looked into the remains of the 1,000-year-old skeleton and was unable to shed any light on the skeleton's origins.
It was found at Tumat, in the Sakha Republic also known as Yakutia, four years ago, the second of two young animals from the same species.
An international team of researchers warns areas like Madagascar have exceptional rates of biodiversity at severe risk from human destruction. These are called 'hotspots'.