Secu­rity Alert: Win­dows 10

Secu­rity Alert: Win­dows 10 Has Been Qui­etly Log­ging EVERY KEY­STROKE You Type And Send­ing It To Microsoft (This Is How To Stop It)

It’s Been reported that an inter­na­tional group of hack­ers claim they have breached Apple’s iCloud user data­base and stolen 300 mil­lion user­names and pass­words. The group has threat­ened to ini­ti­ate a wide­spread fac­tory reset on April 7th, 2017, poten­tially wip­ing out data on tens of mil­lions of iPhones and iCloud accounts should Apple fail to pay a ransom.

The New Home Bat­ter­ies

Theres no doubt renew­able power gen­er­a­tion has made great leaps and bounds lately bring­ing the cost of power per Kw. down to com­pet­i­tive lev­els but what about stor­ing all that energy so as to be avail­able on demand or even bet­ter yet dur­ing peak hours when energy is at it’s most expen­sive. This whole area of devel­op­ment is just get­ting started with some excit­ing possibilities!

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A New State of Mat­ter

Time crystalCrys­tals can exist in time as well as space
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It’s no longer just a wild the­ory. Two inde­pen­dent teams of physi­cists have fol­lowed a recipe to build the world’s first ver­sions of an enig­matic form of mat­ter – time crys­tals.
MIT physi­cist and Nobel lau­re­ate Frank Wilczek first spec­u­lated about the exis­tence of time crys­tals in 2012, while teach­ing a class on ordi­nary crys­tals, such as salt, or snowflakes. In a typ­i­cal crys­tal, the atoms or mol­e­cules are tightly arranged in reg­u­larly repeat­ing pat­terns in three-​dimensional space, resem­bling a lattice.

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Wi-​fi on rays of light

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Slow wi-​fi is a source of irri­ta­tion that nearly every­one expe­ri­ences. Wire­less devices in the home con­sume ever more data, and it’s only grow­ing, and con­gest­ing the wi-​fi net­work. Researchers at Eind­hoven Uni­ver­sity of Tech­nol­ogy have come up with a sur­pris­ing solu­tion: a wire­less net­work based on harm­less infrared rays. The capac­ity is not only huge (more than 40Gbit/​s per ray) but also there is no need to share since every device gets its own ray of light. This was the sub­ject for which TU/​e researcher Joanne Oh received her PhD degree with the ‘cum laude’ dis­tinc­tion last week.

Smart AI

This Smart AI Can Now Steal Code to Write Its Own Pro­grams We’re not wor­ried, honest.

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