When you look at airplanes moving on a map, you get the feeling it's sheer Brownian motion. Of course, that's not the case: aircrafts keep to air tracks all the time.
Using a biochip, Microsoft Kinect, a servo, and a bit of IT magic, we are going to make the imaginary idea of Jedi Force come to life in the real world!
How many research centers do you need to fight for a safer cyber world? We used to have three labs based in Moscow, Beijing, and Seattle. Now, we’re excited to announce the openin...
It was recently discovered that certain Hospira drug infusion pumps contain dangerous and easily exploitable security vulnerabilities.
A legendary Soviet spy, Richard Sorge, is famous for conveying the exact date of the German invasion into the Soviet Union, and for letting the command know Japan had no plans of ...
Five lessons from the story of the Enigma cryptographic machine which are still relevant.
During WW2 modern cryptography principles were often coupled with ‘amateur’ ciphering methods. Curiously, the latter ones often proved to be equally reliable
Let’s imagine the things we would have to leave behind as a brand new world of driverless cars is evolving at a full speed (besides the enjoyment of driving itself)
New research demonstrates that it is possible to hack and hijack devices used to perform remote surgery
Technologies which seemed like they were from science fiction yesterday, are entering our everyday lives. One such tech is direct neural interfaces.