Category Archives: ECI Insider Leaks

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…

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…

VIDEO: How to steal passwords from a locked iPhone | Naked Security


VIDEO: How to steal passwords from a locked iPhone | Naked Security.

Red Hat open sources desktop application protocol


Red Hat has open sourced a virtual desktop protocol it acquired last year, called the Simple Protocol for Independent Computing Environment (SPICE), in the hope of fostering its wider adoption. …

The New Cisco Developer Network


By Barbara Darrow, Senior News Director 05 Oct 2009 | SearchITChannel.com The goal of the Cisco Developer Network is to give developers within partner and customer organizations, as well as…

Nanomedicine Market to Soar


The global market for nanomedicine is poised to reach $160 billion by 2015, says a new market research report from Global Industry Analysts Inc. Drug delivery applications dominate the sector,…

Nanotechnology – Nerve Repair Gets Crabby


Nerve Repair Gets Crabby Feeling crabby might get a whole new interpretation if University of Washington scientists have their way. The group mixed industrial polyester polycaprolactone with chitosan, a polymer…

Software: Text Mining


07.01.03 Uncovering telltale patterns. Total posts: 1 by Cade Metz During a series of hearings last fall, the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence showed that prior to September 11,…

Security: Quantum Cryptography


07.01.03 It can keep a secret—really. Total posts: 1 by Cade Metz When you first read about quantum mechanics in a college textbook, it seems ridiculous. Electrons can spin in…