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Researchers train drones to use Wi-Fi to look through walls

Researchers at The University of California Santa Barbara have developed a system that allows a pair of drones working together to see through walls. .... More

TSA tests 3-D bomb-detecting scanners for carry-on luggage

Security screeners are testing a 3-D scanner to inspect carry-on bags, a measure they hope will improve their ability to detect bombs and maybe shorte.... More

Refurbished Note 7 to launch in July

Samsung has confirmed its plans of selling refurbished version of Galaxy Note 7 flagship smartphone; however, the company never mentioned an exact dat.... More

Viber receives new upgrade

When it comes to the instant messaging app battle, Viber remains to be one of the top contenders, with more than 800 million users enjoying its featur.... More

Info-stealing malware Xavier has infected hundreds of free apps on Google Play Store

Android users beware! Over 800 Android apps Google Play Store are found to be infected with information-collecting malware dubbed Xavier. According to.... More

Electronic Entertainment Expo opens in Los Angeles

This year, the biggest video game show in the world, E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo), at the Convention Center in Los Angeles, is open to the publi.... More

Microsoft to close file-sharing service Docs.com

Microsoft has announced that it will retire its older file-sharing site Docs.com on December 15, 2017, as a result of its LinkedIn acquisition. With L.... More

Beware! This Microsoft PowerPoint Hack Installs Malware Without Requiring Macros

You might have heard of above-mentioned security warning multiple times on the Internet as hackers usually leverage this decade old macros-based hacki.... More

Microsoft unveils a lot of big changes for Windows 10

Microsoft is releasing a new test version of Windows 10, build number 16215, today and there are a lot of changes on the way. If youre a Windows Insid.... More

Physicists have finally created a 2D magnet

The number of 2D materials has exploded since the discovery of graphene in 2004. However, this menagerie of single-atom-thick semiconductors, insulato.... More

Qualcomm Snapdragon 836 to go official in July; Snapdragon 845 will arrive in January 2018

Earlier this year, at the CES 2017 in January, Qualcomm announced the Snapdragon 835 SoC aimed at the high-end devices. Following the launch of this c.... More

BenQ introduced a monitor for those who sit long hours before the computer

Taiwanese company BenQ announced a GW2470ML monitor, designed for those who spend a lot of time before the computer. The novelty is characterized .... More

Google Is Getting Ready to Make Changes to Chrome That Could Block Bothersome Ads

Publishers that dont meet Googles standards for creating good advertising experiences might want to up their game: an upcoming version of Google Chrom.... More

Global PC System Shipment Volume Expected to Reach 433 Million Unites in 2017

Shipment volume of global PC systems, including notebook PCs, desktop PCs, tablets, and servers, is forecast to reach around 433 million units in 2017.... More

Google has improved the speech recognition accuracy to the level of human capabilities

Siri, Google Assistant, Cortana – today, all know these names. Virtual assistants from leading IT giants today are popular among mobile device users.... More

Google says its machine learning tech now blocks 99.9% of Gmail spam and phishing messages

Google today said that its machine learning models can now detect spam and phishing messages with 99.9 percent accuracy. While this still means th.... More

Azerbaijani startup will take part in the semifinals of the “Startup Village” international competition

Azerbaijani winners of the Open Innovations Startup Tour, which was held in Baku jointly by the Ministry of Transport, Communications and High Technol.... More

Almost 10 Apple devices to lose Apple repair support on June 30

Apple will soon be making a handful of older products obsolete, meaning they will lose repair support at Apple Retail Stores and Authorized Service Pr.... More

IDCs Five Year Forecast Sees Notebooks and Detachables as Growth Areas, Desktops and Tablets in Steady Decline

In a new IDC report forecasting the future growth of PC devices, IDC goes out on a limb by forecasting detachables as the single PC device that will g.... More

New "Judy" malware on Android may have infected 36 million devices

Theres a new piece of Android malware on the loose and its a doozy. Originally discovered by researchers at Check Point last week, the malware has bee.... More

Alibaba will allow you to pay for goods using biometric data

The worlds largest company in the field of electronic commerce, the Chinese Alibaba Group Holding, has completed the testing of the goods payment syst.... More

Worlds first autonomous security vehicle with companion drone

Surveillance drones and security robots are not new innovations on their own, but Singapore company Otsaw Digital has brought the two together. The O-.... More

Android strengthens its leadership in global smartphone market

Gartner has just released its smartphone sales report for the first quarter of this year, and according to the provided info, worldwide smartphone sal.... More

Airbus says a ride in its flying car will cost the same as a regular taxi — heres a first glimpse of whats to come

Airbus is inching closer to the very first test flight of its electric aircraft and says a ride in the vehicle will be as cheap "as taking a taxi" per.... More

Android Pay to increase demand for phones with NFC technology

According to experts, the growing popularity of the Android OS and the expansion of Android Pay function are expected to increase the demand for smart.... More

Azerbaijani delegation taking part in ITU Council meeting

The annual session of the Council of International Telecommunication Union (ITU) began its work at the headquarters of the organization in Geneva on M.... More

HTC launches U11 flagship smartphone

HTC just announced the HTC U11 flagship at a world-spanning event taking place in New York, London, and Taipei. The phone has been extensively ru.... More

An NSA-derived ransomware worm is shutting down computers worldwide

A highly virulent new strain of self-replicating ransomware shut down computers all over the world, in part by appropriating a National Security Agenc.... More

Single Synthetic Sensor keeps watch over entire room

Thanks to the Internet of Things, the home of the future could be full of smart fridges, lights, thermostats, TVs, toasters, doorbells, picture frames.... More

DSL inventors latest science project: terabit speeds over copper

Extreme high frequency sub-millimeter waves can increase single-line data rates to terabits/second at 100 meter lengths on ordinary twisted pair phone.... More