A student at the University of Virginia in the US has discovered a way to break through the encryption code of RFID chips used in up to 2 billion smart cards used to open doors and board public transportation systems.
Stories by Sharon Gaudin
Ever look up into the night sky and wonder about any of those twinkling points of light? Wish you could get a closer look? Maybe via a guided tour by a world-renowned astronomer?
With the robotic components seemingly intact after the shaking and rattling of the space shuttle Endeavour's launch this week, astronauts are preparing to start assembling the giant two-armed machine tomorrow night.
Howard Schmidt today is the CEO of R&H Security Consulting. However, he's better known around the world for working in the White House for 31 years. A former White House security adviser, he was appointed by President Bush as Special Adviser for Cyberspace Security just three months after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
When the space shuttle Endeavour launches early Tuesday morning, it will hold the makings of a 3,400-pound, 12-foot-tall robot with a 30-foot wing span.
Microsoft's research arm is working on technology that would enable its engineers to build a user interface for the illiterate.
Advanced Micro Devices this week unveiled an energy-efficient, dual-core Athlon desktop processor.
Microsoft worked really hard at its seventh annual TechFest event to show attendees that its researchers are working on more than the just the next Windows operating system or Internet Explorer browser.
Advanced Micro Devices announced a new graphics chip set at the CeBIT conference in Germany.
Advanced Micro Devices revealed the first two processors to come out of its new 45 nanometer manufacturing process at the CeBIT conference in Germany.
Watch out, Apple. The MacBook Air now has some serious company.
Intel this week unveiled five new processors and a chipset for the embedded market.
Cisco Systems has unveiled its QuantumFlow Processor, a networking semiconductor that has 40 cores on a single chip.
Gartner predicted Monday that worldwide radio frequency identification (RFID) revenue will eclipse US$1.2 billion this year, marking nearly a 31 per cent increase over last year.
What is being called the second most powerful supercomputer in the world was unveiled Friday at the University of Texas at Austin.