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Windows 10 passes 20% market share

One year after its release, Windows 10 has passed 20 percent market share. That means one in five computers are now running the latest and greatest op.... More

Facebook users grow to 1.7bn a month as revenue exceeds expectations

Facebook is now used by more than 1.7 billion people every month, the companys latest financial results revealed. The social media site, which was.... More

Korean scientists develop micrometer-sized robots for cancer treatment first in the world

A team of Korean scientists has developed micrometer-sized robots for medical purpose, which track and treat cancer at the same time, for the first ti.... More

New graphene super batteries charge up in seconds and last virtually forever

With the aid of one of the strongest materials on Earth, a researcher at Australias Swinburne University has created a battery that charges up super-f.... More

This $500 shirt changes patterns when it detects air pollutants

As the Internet of Things grows at a rapid rate, so does my skepticism for each additional "smart" product that makes it to market. The latest gadget .... More

UBC researchers using non-invasive microneedles to test drug levels in blood

Researchers at the University of British Columbia and the Paul Scherrer Institut (PSI) in Switzerland have created a microneedle drug monitoring syste.... More

SIPCC device helps babies at risk of cerebral palsy with movement

A group of biomedical engineers and physical therapists at the University of Oklahoma (OU) have developed a ground-breaking medical device that has ba.... More

Cisco 2016 Midyear Cybersecurity Report predicts next generation of ransomware

The networking giants 2016 Midyear Cybersecurity Report concludes that the next wave of ransomware is expected to be more pervasive and resilient. Whi.... More

Huawei and Vodafone hit 20Gbps data speeds using 70GHz spectrum

Huawei and Vodafone have completed a 5G mmWave field test at Vodafone Emerald House in Newbury, UK. The test covers SU-MIMO (Single User Multiple Inpu.... More

Smart stitches send doctors information on wounds as they heal

Researchers have developed a smart surgical thread that monitors the healing wound in real time and can wirelessly alert physicians to any chemical im.... More

Experimental app brings smart home controls into augmented reality with HoloLens

As part of Microsofts HoloLens hackathon held in San Francisco, one developer took on the task of creating a way to control your smart home devices in.... More

Corning Gorilla Glass 5 will survive drops up to “selfie-height”

Corning, the company behind the glass on your smartphone has just announced Gorilla Glass 5. Corning says that over 85% of smartphone owners have .... More

New android malware blocks outgoing calls to bank customer services

Online security experts have discovered a new Android malware that blocks outgoing calls to banks to keep customers from complaining about suspicious .... More

Facebooks solar-powered internet plane takes flight

Facebook has announced the first successful test flight of a high-altitude solar plane to bring internet access to remote parts of the world. The Aqui.... More

Researchers spot bypass vulnerabilities in code hooking software

Researchers have discovered flaws in products from some of the worlds biggest security firms that could potentially expose hundreds of thousands of us.... More

Seagate unveils massive 10TB hard drives to meet all storage needs

If youre looking to greatly increase the storage capacity of your desktop computer, NAS server or surveillance recorder, Seagates got you covered. .... More

Novel device packs hundreds of times more information per square inch than best available technology

Researchers working in the Netherlands have developed an atomic-scale rewritable data-storage device capable of packing 500 terabits onto a single squ.... More

Australian inventor creates flying selfie stick

Imagine a selfie stick that flies. Well, its real, its Australian designed and theres now video of it to whet your appetite. The ROAM-e doesnt look li.... More

Android apps fool hundreds of thousands with empty promises

Nearly one million Android users have fallen victims to eight fake applications that falsely claimed to help them gain more followers on social networ.... More

Inkwire app makes screen-sharing for android effortless

Androids are heavily customizable, and deploy tons of developers option. Despite this, users have always felt the lack of a solid app for screen-shari.... More

“Bullet-proof” smartphone released

China has released a cheap "bullet-proof" smartphone. At least, the durable and inexpensive device cannot be broken with a hammer. A little-known manu.... More

Computer experts warn against useless antivirus programs

Computer experts are warning consumers that some popular antivirus software programs have become "useless" and could compromise the safety of home com.... More

SwagBot all-terrain robot is meant for rural life

Uncle Owen in Star Wars had a bunch of robots that helped him mind the moisture farm and it looks like the future here on Earth might have robots to h.... More

Google Play card-game app steals Viber images and video

Researchers from Symantec have identified a game-related app on Google Play that is in fact malware capable of searching a users smartphone for media .... More

Worlds smallest 3D printed lens revealed

Scientists have used 3D printing to create the worlds tiniest lens, which is just twice the width of a human hair. Its makers claim the lens could lea.... More

Gartners top 10 security predictions

“Todays security professionals battle threats from outside the organization, as well as those from their own employees. But what about threats that .... More

Why you should stop using Telegram right now

Telegram, the supposedly secure messaging app, has over 100 million users. You might even be one of them. If you are, you should probably stop using i.... More

Malware can steal data from air-gapped devices via fans

Over the past years, experts have come up with several methods for silently exfiltrating data from isolated devices using optic, thermal, electromagne.... More

Crypto-ransomware victims jump five-fold in just a year

Kaspersky Lab has confirmed what many had feared with new stats claiming a five-fold rise in the number of users encountering crypto-ransomware in the.... More

Doctors use 3-D printed kidney to help save womans organ

Physicians at Intermountain Medical Center in Salt Lake City used 3-D printing technology to build a model of a patients kidney to save her life durin.... More