A keyboard that rises up from flat touch screens


Fremont, Calif.-based, Tactus Technology uses microfluidics to make physical keys bubble up from the surface of a touch screen when you need to type and disappear, when you don’t. Microfluidics…

New worm targeting Linux PCs


A new worm is targeting personal computers running the Linux operating system, and may also pose a threat to embedded devices such as home routers and set-top boxes, a security…

What can we learn from ICS/SCADA security incidents?


Full story – http://www.net-security.org/secworld.php?id=15741 The Executive Director of ENISA Professor Udo Helmbrecht comments: “SCADA systems are often embedded in sectors that are part of a nation’s critical infrastructure, for example…

NSA spied on UN officials after cracking encryption on UN teleconferencing system


The NSA has actively spied on United Nations’ officials and personnel after managing to compromise the encryption of the organization’s internal video conferencing system, German investigative magazine Der Spiegel reported…

How 3-D Printing Body Parts Will Revolutionize Medicine


By Steven Leckart Posted 08.06.2013 at 9:00 am Three factors are driving the trend: more sophisticated printers, advances in regenerative medicine, and refined CAD software. To print the liver tissue…

Researchers Develop Solar Cell With Highest Ever Efficiency


Friday, September 27, 2013:  The teams that have already established previous world record for solar cell efficiency, unveiled back in May, has made another significant development. They have announced that…

All New Technology That Brings Faster Internet On Old Phone Lines


Copper turbo-charging technology will now let the old copper cables provide fiber cable-like internet speed. Alcatel-Lucent uses copper turbo-charging technology, which has developed a new standard known as G.fast, that…

Copper turbo-charging technology – old copper cables provide fiber cable-like internet speed.


Alcatel-Lucent uses copper turbo-charging technology, which has developed a new standard known as G.fast, that took a preliminary step toward approval two weeks ago from the International Telecommunications Union (ITU)….

Copper turbo-charging technology – old copper cables provide fiber cable-like internet speed.


Alcatel-Lucent uses copper turbo-charging technology, which has developed a new standard known as G.fast, that took a preliminary step toward approval two weeks ago from the International Telecommunications Union (ITU)….

Light might prompt graphene devices on demand


ScienceDaily (Oct. 10, 2012) — Rice University researchers are doping graphene with light in a way that could lead to the more efficient design and manufacture of electronics, as well…