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The US recently concluded a series of experiments on new tech during Project Convergence Capstone 4 (PC-C4), involving the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines,...
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Experts claim artificial intelligence could become a crucial asset in fighting the growing global risk of cybercrime, as published in a new study led...
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Hypersonic weapons have a special coating layer that keeps them from overheating or destabilizing, and was believed to withstand temperatures of thousands of degrees...
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Researchers at the Indian Institute of Science are using multiple drone swarms to deal with forest fires, which are becoming increasingly common worldwide due...
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Recent advancements in artificial intelligence make it increasingly harder to detect deepfake voices, and the solution might actually come from AI itself. Scientists at Klick...
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Russia is reportedly using a new and extremely capable malware variant to target Ukrainian telecommunication networks. Cybersecurity threat intelligence platform SentinelLabs reports the new Russian...
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The healthcare industry needs to wake up and focus on securing its infrastructure. We have reported on many cyberattacks on various health infrastructures, hospitals, and...
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Chemical waste frequently ends up in water bodies, causing increasingly serious problems, as the chemicals are difficult to remove and the water becomes unusable....
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Recent footage of two Russian submarines shows they began using anti-drone cages (also called “cope cages”), structures that gained prominence on Russian and Ukrainian...
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North Korea’s nuclear threats are reportedly being used and exploited by North Korean hackers as a “lure” to make victims open malicious files and...
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This new healthcare monitoring system utilizes millimeter-scale, chip-less, and battery-less magnetic implants, that communicate like any other wireless device. These findings by researchers from...
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The hacktivist group ‘Anonymous’ has claimed a recent breach of Israel’s nuclear facility networks in Dimona as a protest against the war with Gaza....
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The US Air Force has successfully tested its AGM-183A Air-Launched Rapid Response Weapon (ARRW) hypersonic missile. “This test launched a full prototype operational hypersonic missile...
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Discerning accuracy and detecting misinformation is crucial in today's online environment, where brief texts (like social media posts or internet comments) have a major...
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Written by Or Shalom The implementation of active security has many benefits. This kind of security is active and proactive by nature and is meant...
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Imagine this scenario: you enter a website, and before you can access any of the information there is an annoying popup asking you to...
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Researchers have developed a new training tool to help artificial intelligence programs deal with the fact that humans don't always tell the truth when...
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A new and revolutionary modular splittable drone can separate mid-flight into smaller, independent drones. This new alleged development by Chinese scientists could swarm enemy...
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As the need for biodegradable electronics is growing increasingly urgent, Professor Seokheun "Sean" Choi from Binghamton University decided to look into the idea of...
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This news was initially reported by the Russian state-run RIA Novosti news agency, just weeks after Houthi rebels hinted at the “surprises” they have for the...
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Researchers managed to build a new kind of bifacial (two-faced) solar panel using single-walled carbon nanotubes as both front and back electrodes, measuring just...
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Apple recently failed its bid to dismiss a lawsuit alleging its AirTag devices help stalkers track their victims. San Francisco District Judge Vince Chhabria ruled...

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