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Android smartphones from Asus, LG, Essential, and ZTE are the focus of a new analysis about risks from firmware bugs introduced by manufacturers and carriers.
The technology company Crestron makes touchscreen panels and other equipment for places like conference rooms, which a researcher found can be turned into hidden microphones and webcams.
Researchers have repeatedly shown that writing samples, even those in artificial languages, contain a unique fingerprint that's hard to hide.
Lee's latest is his best in years, investigating how identity is weaponized for and against us.
There's more to gaming than the newest title—catch up with our weekly recap.
A simulated basketball player can teach itself through trial and error how to finely manipulate the ball, both while stationary and while running.
Every night, 17 video cameras scan the skies for meteors.
This weekend the second annual Unite the Right rally will provide the best chance to gauge the scale of a group with unknown—but much discussed—strength.
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Here’s how the Parker probe was engineered to withstand temperatures spiking to over a million degrees Fahrenheit.
There are certain similarities between the two disrupting companies—like spending lots of money.
Vice President Mike Pence's speech at the Pentagon laid out what a new US Space Force would do. It’ll cost $8 billion to start.
Card readers used by popular companies like Square and PayPal have several security flaws that could result in customers getting majorly ripped off.
Silicon Valley engineers have the power to shape products and companies—both of which have enormous impact on our society.
It may seem strange to worry about the future of broadcast in this digital era, but the fact remains: that’s how many people get their news.
On July 27, the US Forest Service signed a new plan for managing public forest lands that lets tribes like the Karuk continue their tradition of controlled burns.
Researchers found a way to compromise a Mac the first time it connects to Wi-Fi, potentially putting scores of enterprise customers at risk.
Online voting has major security flaws, and experts are concerned that Voatz, the platform West Virginia will use this midterm election, doesn't solve them.
Researchers at the Black Hat security conference will demonstrate a new pacemaker-hacking technique that can add or withhold shocks at will.
An estimated 3.4 million homes are currently unoccupied in Spain thanks to the country's great housing bust.