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IoT: We’re Not Keeping up With Security Threats

IoT: We’re Not Keeping up With Security T...

February 18, 2020 By King

The semiconductor engineering world is finally realizing that this digital security thing might be more important than just protecting patents. Unfortunately, there are not enough engineers to do something about it and they are building digital technology faster than they are figuring out how to make it secure. Not a single company exhibiting at DesignCon

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Locals’ efforts help increase Kannamangala lake...

February 17, 2020 By King

BENGALURU: Kannamangala lake, which was lying dead for a while, was brought back to life by the residents of the area. It has once again become a home to many trees and birds. The lake, which is spread across 17.4 acre, had become a cesspool with the sewage water entering into the lake and none

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Locals’ efforts help increase Kannamangala lake storage
The best laptop and computer deals from HP’s massive Presidents Day sale

The best laptop and computer deals from HP&#821...

February 11, 2020 By King

Get great deals on incredible laptops and monitors (Photo: Reviewed / Jackson Ruckar) — Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. Presidents Day brings along a whole slew of deals from mattresses to furniture to cookware. But there are few as impressive as this PC and

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Jamia students march to Parliament amid heavy s...

February 10, 2020 By King

An anti-CAA march from Jamia Millia Islamia to Parliament began on Monday amid heavy security deployment. The police had earlier denied permission to the protesters to march to Parliament, now the security forces have put up barricades along the way. The march to Parliament was called by the Jamia Coordination Committee against the Citizenship Amendment

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Jamia students march to Parliament amid heavy security deployment
Researchers Steal Data From Computer Using Monitor Brightness

Researchers Steal Data From Computer Using Moni...

February 8, 2020 By King

The conventional wisdom of computer security holds that the most sensitive data should live exclusively in “air-gapped” systems without a network connection. Still, no security protocol is completely foolproof. We’ve seen a few methods of extracting data from air-gapped systems, and the latest is particularly insidious. Researchers from Ben Gurion University have devised a way

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You can get 5TB of lifetime cloud storage for o...

February 7, 2020 By King

The vast majority of owned computers are laptops, but one of their main drawbacks are their limited storage space. You can either upgrade your hard drive or buy an external one, but if you love downloading movies or apps, you’ll be short on space eventually. Modern problems require modern solutions, and the best solution is

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You can get 5TB of lifetime cloud storage for only $100 today
4 Ways To Free Up Space on Your Computer

4 Ways To Free Up Space on Your Computer

February 4, 2020 By King

There’s nothing more frustrating than the feeling of trying to save a new file to your computer and it’s run out of space. Or maybe you’ve noticed that your performance has become slow, laggy, and hard to use. It’s not an issue with your internet provider: it’s likely that your disc is too full. If you want

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A scalable photonic computer solving the subset...

February 1, 2020 By King

Abstract The subset sum problem (SSP) is a typical nondeterministic-polynomial-time (NP)–complete problem that is hard to solve efficiently in time with conventional computers. Photons have the unique features of high propagation speed, strong robustness, and low detectable energy level and therefore can be promising candidates to meet the challenge. Here, we present a scalable chip

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A scalable photonic computer solving the subset sum problem