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Researchers have found that brightness is more important than the color of the light in keeping mice awake, and that blue light is more stimulating than yellow light.
Toshiba has invented a machine that can detect 13 types of cancer using just a single drop of blood in record time.
Tencent X-Lab team can crack any phone open no matter if they use capacitative, optical or ultra-sonic fingerprint sensors.
Microsoft has developed a neural network capable of writing believable fake comments to news articles.
You've heard of Bitcoin and blockchain, and maybe you're even thinking of investing. Make sure you read this first.
Facebook’s Libra will be a cryptocurrency supported by Visa, Mastercard, PayPal, Uber, and many other members of a non-profit organization.
The MSI Optix MPG27CQ delivers all sorts of gaming-oriented capability, from a wide color gamut and fast response times to AMD FreeSync support and fancy lighting that's more than just eye candy.
Some Facebook users can opt out of Facebook's facial recognition, but others can't, according to two informal surveys.
If you've got an unquenchable thirst for sci-fi action until Star Trek: Discovery Season 3 airs, these 10 series should tide you over.
Chinese scientists have discovered a nanoparticle that enables mammals — including humans — to see in absolute darknesss. They have tested it successfully in mice.
You'll soon be able to log into Android apps without a password, now that Google's mobile OS complies with password-free specifications.
A new sensor by the company behind Apple’s Face ID hardware sees through an OLED panel, which could help shrink the iPhone's screen notch.
The face-unlock feature on nearly half of late-model Android phones can still be fooled by photographs, a Dutch study has found.
CryptoKitties is a game built on blockchain that lets you acquire, breed and sell virtual cats, sometimes for serious cash.
OnePlus' Face Unlock is very fast. However, as a user demonstrated this week, it's far from the most secure.
Old-school, new-media company will start mining cryptocurrency to offset revenue lost to ad blockers.
A new malvertising campaign is targeting Android users, forcing their phones to mine cryptocurrency on a shady redirected website.
A debate about cryptocurrency at the ShmooCon security conference led to some surprising conclusions.
At CES, Vivo showed off a phone with a massive display that puts a fingerprint sensor under the screen. And it's pretty seamless.
It's easy to steal Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. How can you protect your holdings? Can you ever get stolen bitcoins back?