1. Desmond

    Hola VPN company found to turn client computers into botnets.

    Source: Stop using the Hola VPN right now
  2. vickybat

    Breakthrough In HIV Research Enabled By NVIDIA GPU Accelerators

    Now this is a true achievement and showcases what exactly parallel computing is all about and how beneficial it can be to mankind. Nvidia now has a huge part to play in all of this. These are the same tesla k20x employed in titan, cray and other world famous supercomputers. They are definitely...
  3. Flash

    The Most Futuristic Predictions That Came True in 2012

    Read elaborately on The Most Futuristic Predictions That Came True in 2012 2012 is not really a year marked alone for Doomsday...
  4. Desmond

    Russians resurrect 30,000 year old frozen flower

  5. vickybat

    Goodbye Soil: Researchers Grow Crops on Thin Films

    Japanese researchers at Mebiol have discovered an innovative new way to grow plants and crops. Substituting traditional soils with ultra thin films made of hydrogel, the scientists have been able to successfully block out unwanted bacteria and viruses in soil that can be harmful for plants...
  6. A

    Malware Conference - Malcon

    Malcon is the worlds first platform bringing together Malware and Information Security Researchers from across the globe to share key research insights into building and containment of the next generation malwares . Venue Mumbai & pune (India) Date 2nd n 3rd and 5th December 2010...
  7. NucleusKore

    Snooping through the power socket

    Source: Power sockets can be used to eavesdrop on what people type on a computer. Security researchers found that poor shielding on some keyboard cables means useful data can be leaked about each character typed. By analysing the...
  8. T

    How data can be stored in bacteria ?

    Normally whenever you think of data storage, the choices that would come to your mind are Hard Disks, flash drives, CD/DVD etc . However the researchers in Japan don’t think that way . The see something that is very much smaller and much more durable – Bacteria , yeah I am talking about those...
  9. rhitwick

    BREAKTHROUGH OF THE YEAR: Reprogramming Cells

    As the site requires registering I'm attaching the whole article here as zip. (attachments kam kar rahe hai kaya, ab?)
  10. T

    Hackers can hear your keyboard!

    LONDON: Swiss researchers have shown that computer criminals can misuse the electromagnetic signals produced by when buttons on a keyboard to ea vesdrop on what a user types. Martin Vuagnoux and Sylvain Pasini, doctoral students from the Security and Cryptography Laboratory at the Swiss...
  11. S

    Researchers Create a Bionic Eye

  12. phreak0ut

    Computer Memory Vulnerable to Hacking

  13. Cool G5

    Hack CD drive into Lab Scanner

    HERE'S A TIP TO SAVE SOME $70,000 (Rs. 2807000) Researchers at the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain needed a lab scanner, but didn't have the cash to pay for it, they didn't panic or started any hulabaloo about lack of funds. Instead, Angel Maqueira and his colleagues (must be...
  14. anandk

    Researchers explore scrapping Internet !

    Although it has already taken nearly four decades to get this far in building the Internet, some university researchers with the federal government's blessing want to scrap all that and start over. The idea may seem unthinkable, even absurd, but many believe a "clean slate" approach is the...
  15. iMav

    Studies Indicate Racing Games Cause Driving Accidents

    Researchers say racing games may cause more accidents and more road rage Several days ago, DailyTech reported that researchers at Britain's BSM driving institution conducted a study that revealed gamers who play driving games tend to drive faster in real life. A new study by researchers at...
  16. unni

    Study shows why exercise boosts brainpower

    Exercise boosts brainpower by building new brain cells in a brain region linked with memory and memory loss, U.S. researchers reported on Monday. Tests on mice showed they grew new brain cells in a brain region called the dentate gyrus, a part of the hippocampus that is known to be affected in...
  17. nikhilrao

    'Month of Apple Bugs' turns up 10 vulnerabilities -- so far

    'Month of Apple Bugs' turns up 10 vulnerabilities -- so far There's more to come, says one of the researchers behind the effort January 11, 2007 (Computerworld) -- A month-long campaign by two independent security researchers to disclose security flaws in Apple...
  18. Kiran.dks

    FLASH! How our brain ’sees’ the future?

    How our brain ’sees’ the future? No, I'm not talking about people who say they can predict the future, such as fortune-tellers. On the contrary, this post is about a process that our brain is using extensively and routinely. When you think about your next meal at a favorite restaurant, your...
  19. A

    Vuln Researchers Aiming In A Different Direction

    Vuln Researchers Aiming In A Different Direction By Aelphaeis Mangarae [ #d-u] [adm1n1strat10n AT hotmail DOT com] SecurZone [] IT Sec Articles 6th of August 2006 Easy to find flaws in operating systems are disappearing. Vulnerability researchers have...
  20. ferrarif50

    Scientists Create Invisibility Cloak

    Using a new design theory, researchers have developed the blueprint for an invisibility cloak. Once devised, the cloak could have numerous uses, from defense applications to wireless communications, the researchers said. Such a cloak could hide any object so well that observers would be totally...
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