The future cometh: Science, technology and humanity at Singularity Summit 2011 (Part I)
Professor Finally Publishes Controversial Brain Theory
To prevent accidents, car must know its driver
Chip and pin terminals shown to harvest customer info
Security team sees evolution of skinny slot-fitting ATM skimmers
Power-strip lookalike hacks office networks
Million-year storage solution is set in stone
Al Qaeda suspect's porn film found to contain treasure trove of secret documents
RQ-170 drone's ambush facts spilled by Iranian engineer
(PhysOrg.com) -- In the aftermath of the Iran capture of a US military drone earlier this month now come arguments over how Iran managed to pull it off. An Iranian engineers exclusive interview with The Christian Science Monitor has been published, which details how the Iranians captured the drone through ...
Spy suspects allegedly used regular consumer tech
Before James Bond heads out on a mission, he has to stop in Q's laboratory for custom-made gadgets such as an exploding watch. Life wasn't so dashing for the suspected Russian spies arrested this week: They ...
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Photoshopped Images Could Carry Warnings in France
Want responsible robotics? Start with responsible humans
(PhysOrg.com) -- When the legendary science fiction writer Isaac Asimov penned the "Three Laws of Responsible Robotics," he forever changed the way humans think about artificial intelligence, and inspired generations of engineers ...
Apple's restriction-free music downloads create pause
When Apple Inc. announced in January that it would sell restriction-free music files, that was supposed to mean consumers could buy songs and play them on the portable gadget of their choice.