What an amazing feat of technology that your phones GPS lets you instantly search for nearby cafes, get traffic alerts, and find your friends, among countless other location-sensitive tasks. Parents can breathe easier knowing where the kids are located at the tap of a button.
Inside a heavily-fortified $10 million lab that looks like something NASA might have cooked up, the New York Police Department is trying to crack the encryption of iPhones confiscated during alleged crimes.
Scientists have created the most detailed 3D map of an organism brain to date. The mesmerizing threads of blue, yellow, purple and green represent thousands of brain cells and millions of connections found inside the brain of a fruit fly.
The future of retail is supposed to include cashless stores, where shoppers pay with a swipe, or tap, of their credit or debit card or with their smartphones. But New York City lawmakers dont seem to be buying in.
Remembering complicated passwords is a nightmare. Thats why saving passwords using your browser is so tempting. But there are inherent risks. While you can see your saved passwords, so can anyone else with access to your system.
The mobile phone of billionaire Jeff Bezos was reportedly hacked during a conversation between the Amazon founder and Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman over the WhatsAppmessaging service, according to reports.
In the dead of January, there is only one solution to the cold and snow:to venture outside with high-tech gear. Here are seven gadgets to helpyou explore the world, record a few high-def videos, find your way on a trail and stay warm even in the subzero temperatures.
Its hard to believe that a single pixel could ruin your life. After all, a pixel measures about 0.0104-inches. If you took a mechanical pencil and drew the smallest mark you could, this dot would be much larger than a typical pixel.
Descending from high altitudes at lethal speeds and often guided by precision sensors, technically improved enemy ballistic missiles can increasingly close in on surface Navy ships, often holding large platforms and even groups of vessels at tremendous risk of destruction.
Our devices are packed with account credentials, contacts, emails, photos, videos and more that we definitely dont want in the wrong hands. The problem is we get our devices and just start using them, giving little thought to the risks.
Senior Navy leaders say the service is fast-tracking a handful of key emerging weapons systems such as new destroyers, Tomahawk missiles, lasers and hypersonics as part of a new offensive attack maritime combat strategy.
The Navy is accelerating integration of a new, much more powerful radar system intended to find and destroy enemy drones, missiles and aircraft at farther ranges by combining ballistic missile defense with standard air and missile defense -- all as part of an emerging service-wide strategic approach to increase Naval attack power and better network maritime warfighting platforms.
Soldiers taking enemy fire in 120-degree desert heat, carrying up to 100-pounds of gear and conducting attack operations at night are totally reliant upon battery-powered weapons, sensors and computers -- a potential scenario inspiring current Army Research Laboratory work to engineer longer-lasting, more stable and, of critical live-saving significance, less flammable Lithium-ion batteries.
A British teen who had a seizure while playing an online game with a Texas woman earlier this month was reportedly saved when his opponent alerted United Kingdom first responders from thousands of miles away.
This week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas Hyundai unveiled its full-scale concept Urban Mobility Vehicle dubbed the S-A1, which essentially looks like a souped-up helicopter that Uber will use for its flying taxi service.
The increasingly global reach of Chinese nuclear-armed ballistic missile submarines, armed with JL-2 weapons reportedly able to hit parts of the U.S., continues to inspire an ongoing Navy effort to accelerate production of attack submarines, prepare long-dwell drones for deployment to the Pacific and continue acquisition of torpedo-armed sub-hunting planes such as the P-8/A Poseidon.
Thousands of new products were unveiled at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and some may help keep loved ones living longer and safer. However, they can also present privacy concerns and need to secure your personal data.
Gadgets have a unique ability to change our lives and the latest and greatest are at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week. A new smart toothbrush means fewer trips to the dentist. A pillow that gently moves your head to reduce snoring means your spouse wont stay up all night. In 2020, new gadgets like these are designed to improve your life.