A group purporting to be the Syrian Electronic Army, a pro-Assad hacking group, briefly took down a series of popular websites. Users visiting links to siteswere greeted with a message saying 'you’ve been hacked by the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA)'.
A new study recently published in a special issue of the Journal of the Association for Information Systems found that unless cyber security has been brought to the forefront of our minds, our behavior is often inconsistent with how much we say we care.
The 3D printed robots, which are being developed by intelligent systems researchers at Oslo University, are capable of adapting to their environment even before they are born as they evolve in their computer-controlled womb.
Should Facebook bear any responsibility for the death of British soldier Lee Rigby? A British parliamentary report found that Michael Adebowale, one of Rigby's killers, sent a Facebook message in 2012 saying in 'graphic terms' he wanted to kill a soldier. Should the US technology firm have stepped in and alerted security services? Could it have even if it wanted to?
Research on various aspects of bioprinting is being conducted at numerous facilities throughout the world. Every part of the globe has begun to provide progressive steps for developing specific aspects of the bioprinting process.
Always fancied riveting one-handed like a super-hero factory worker, some kind of 21st century John Henry? No problem! Lockheed Martin's Fortis exoskeleton – introduced in 2014 – allows any worker to handle heavy hand tools while standing or kneeling. And it looks like the future.
Measuring the thickness of Antarctic sea ice, an important gauge of environmental conditions in this remote polar region in a time of global climate change, has proven to be a tricky task. But an underwater robot is providing a nice solution.