Norton by Symantec has published new research about a major increase in formjacking attacks as Australians ramp up online shopping ahead of the festive season.
The eSports market is likely to surpass US$6 billion by the end of 2028 due to sizeable sponsorships, growing smartphone adoption, the introduction of virtual reality and ameliorating eSports infrastructure, according to a study by Fact.MR.
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Check out three of our favourite research projects from the Intel Labs showcase at IDF 2012. These are not retail products in the making, but explore future uses of technology which can then be considered in Intel’s planning and development pro...
No matter how advanced our technology gets, passwords remain a weak link when serious security is required. As reported by New Scientist, a group at Stanford University has come up with a possible way around this problem, by developing a way to store...
One day, your walls might be able to power your laptop: Researchers at Rice University have developed a new type of spray-on lithium-ion battery that can be literally painted on nearly any surface.
People who want to limit the behavioral advertising and tracking they are subjected to on the Web aren't well served by some popular privacy tools, according to a Carnegie Mellon University study.
Facebook may be great for reconnecting with old school friends, but for teens still in school, it can often do more harm than good. That's according to study findings presented over the weekend at the American Psychological Association convention by ...
The New Zealand Government and researchers have launched a programme to ensure high-performance computing is accessible to local scientists.
When I graduated from college in 2009, I'd heard the spiel over and over again: <a href="http://www.pcworld.com/businesscenter/article/171712/obama_warns_kids_on_stupid_facebook_posts.html">Be careful what you post on the Internet</a>, lest it haunt ...
Intel on Sunday detailed advances in an emerging field of technology that it said will boost optical communication speeds, allowing for faster data transfers between devices.
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