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Newly found 4G and 5G flaws allow call intercepting and location tracking

Researchers at Purdue University and the University of Iowa have discovered flaws in the 4G and 5G networks which allows hacker access to phone calls and location data. In the latest blow to mobile security, the researchers Syed Refiul Huassian, Ninghui Li and Elisa Bertino at Purdue University, and Mitziu Echeverria and Omar Chowdhury at […]

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Sony gives in, will allow Fortnite crossplay on the PS4

If you’ve kept up with the drama of cross-platform play and Sony’s stubbornness, you probably would have never guessed that the company would be randomly announcing crossplay in the middle of the week, but that’s where we are. Sony has released a statement that from this point forward, they’re opening up crossplay on the PS4 […]

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China will allow self-driving car tests on public roads

China is opening up its roads to self-driving cars. The Beijing Municipal Transport Commission released a statement today saying that on certain roads and under certain conditions, companies registered in China will be able to test their autonomous v…
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DIY ‘wrist rockets’ allow inventor to cruise underwater like a human submarine

With the aid of two T100 thrusters, a pair of wrist straps, and an Arduino, YouTuber PeterSripol has built the best pair of ‘wrist rockets’ we’ve ever seen. It’s the only pair we’ve seen, to be honest!

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Newly developed artificial brain cells allow robots to navigate without sensors

Inspired by human anatomy, researchers at Singapore’s A*STAR have simulated the activity of location-sensing brain cells to help robots navigate.

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