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Feb 6, 2021

Google says it’s too easy for hackers to find new security flaws

Posted by in categories: cybercrime/malcode, internet

In December 2018, researchers at Google detected a group of hackers with their sights set on Microsoft’s Internet Explorer. Even though new development was shut down two years earlier, it’s such a common browser that if you can find a way to hack it, you’ve got a potential open door to billions of computers.

Feb 4, 2021

Critical Bugs Found in Popular Realtek Wi-Fi Module for Embedded Devices

Posted by in category: internet

Critical full takeover bugs found in popular realtek wi-fi module for embedded devices.

Feb 3, 2021

New invention promises quantum internet that can’t be hacked

Posted by in categories: internet, quantum physics

Breakthrough technology uses multiplexing entanglement to make an ultra-secure quantum internet.

Feb 3, 2021

How AMAZON wants to Compete with SPACEX’S STARLINK

Posted by in category: internet

Feb 1, 2021

Elder care, wireless AI, and the Internet of Medical Things

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, internet, robotics/AI

Senior citizens are accustomed to constant probes by doctors, but wireless AI tech is enabling massive-scale, nonintrusive data monitoring.

Jan 29, 2021

US Labs Paving Way for Quantum Internet

Posted by in categories: internet, quantum physics

A breakthrough in advanced quantum technology frequently compared to fictional elements of popular science fiction show ‘Star Trek’ could revolutionize everyday life around globe #quantumtechnology

Jan 28, 2021

Remote Attackers Can Now Reach Protected Network Devices via NAT Slipstreaming

Posted by in category: internet

A new version of NAT slipstreaming allows cybercriminals an easy path to devices that aren’t connected to the internet.

Jan 27, 2021

SpaceX’s Starlink Raises Download Speed Goal From 1Gbps to 10Gbps

Posted by in category: internet

If the company can pull it off, Starlink would be faster than many ground-based gigabit broadband networks.

Jan 26, 2021

Harvard scientists 3D print swarm of ‘Bluebot’ synchronized soft robotic fish

Posted by in categories: 3D printing, internet, robotics/AI

Researchers from Harvard University have 3D printed a school of soft robotic fish that are capable of swimming in complex patterns without the aid of Wi-Fi or GPS.

Inspired by the distinctive reef-dwelling surgeonfish, the team’s ‘Bluebots’ feature four fins for precision navigation, and a system of LEDs and cameras that enable them to swarm without colliding. The self-sufficiency of the tiny bots could make them ideal for ecological monitoring applications, in areas that wouldn’t otherwise be accessible to humans.

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Jan 25, 2021

Latest Starlink Satellites Equipped with Laser Communications, Musk Confirms

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, internet, satellites

The latest Starlink satellites launched on Jan. 24 are equipped with laser links, and all Starlink satellites launched next year will be equipped with laser inter-satellite links, Elon Musk, SpaceX chief engineer confirmed on Twitter.

“All sats launched next year will have laser links. Only our polar sats have lasers this year and are v [version] 0.9,” Musk tweeted on Monday.

A Twitter user noticed a difference in a photo of the stack of 10 Starlink satellites deployed on Sunday’s Transporter-1 rideshare mission, and asked Musk if an object that looked like a black pipe was lasers, which he confirmed.

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