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Hackers can hide malicious code in video files and it will be unleashed even if the smartphone user never opens it or reads the text message.
As the number of drone hobbyists increases, so do the number of close calls between the machines and planes and helicopters.
In Japan, engineers are developing the world’s largest, strongest, and lightest expanding temporary bridge. Continue reading →
Vanishing traces of Mongolia’s traditional nomadic culture are going online.
Cybersecurity experts Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek worked with Wired editor Andy Greenberg to show how vulnerable modern cars are to hackers.
Handheld molecular scanner pairs with your phone to scan any substance, material or even food. Continue reading →
The headlights predict a road’s curvature, thanks to an infrared camera, GPS signals and special traffic sign recognition technology.
A teenager in Connecticut has built a drone that fires a semiautomatic handgun.
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