Here's how easy it is to hack a keyless car

Any car owner with a keyless entry and ignition system, be warned: Chinese security researchers have proven that with equipment costing about $25, hackers could easily open car doors remotely from up to 1,000 feet away, start the cars’ engines and drive away.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/05/05/heres-how-easy-it-is-to-hack-keyless-car.html

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5 smart home gadgets to create your home of the future

Any homeowner knows that a lot of free time goes into taking care of your house. But what if your house could take care of you? That’s the dream of the “smart home” – and while there’s no true sci-fi intelligent home that can do everything you need, we’re getting closer

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/02/20/5-smart-home-gadgets-to-create-your-home-future.html

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Encryption Bans and Backdoor Efforts Are Misguided, Harvard Study Finds


Any effort to ban encryption or provide government agencies with backdoor access would be unenforceable and prone to failure, according to a Harvard University report released last week. Bruce Schneier, a fellow at Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet and Security, collaborator Kathleen Seidel, and student Saranya Vijayakuma, identified 865 encryption products from 55 countries; 546 of those products were developed outside the United States. Avoiding U.S. surveillance is easy to do with hundreds of competing products available, Schneier said.

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DARPA's latest project? A brain implant capable of restoring lost memories

Any time a new technology is either backed by President Obama or developed by DARPA, you know it’s serious business.

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A Stellar Progress Report for Mobile Retail


Any industry player sitting at the vortex of mobile marketing and retail has a great deal to be excited about at present. The marketplace is witnessing an incredible growth and innovation surge. At the end of last year, mobile technology clearly upped the ante — creating fresh, breakthrough marketing opportunities for a merchant community looking to increase revenues while better controlling ROI. During the latter part of last year, 16.6 percent of all online purchases were made on a mobile device, according to IBM.

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/82128.html?rss=1

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Forget Moore’s law: Hot and slow DRAM is a major roadblock to exascale and beyond

HP memristor die/wafer shot
Any attempt to truly push the future of computing means fundamentally redesigning memory — but after 40 years, can DRAM be easily swept aside?

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/185797-forget-moores-law-hot-and-slow-dram-is-a-major-roadblock-to-exascale-and-beyond

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OS X Yosemite runs on same Macs as Mavericks, but iOS 8 drops support for iPhone 4

Any Mac currently running Mavericks will be able to install OS X Yosemite, hardware requirements released by Apple show. But the launch of iOS 8 this fall will mean the end of support for the iPhone 4, first released in 2010.



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