Quick, name a couple of famous female coders in the vein of Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates. Nobody comes to mind, eh? Nowadays, two of the best-known women in computer science might just be characters on a TV show.
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This awesome video shows the point of view of a jet plane getting refueled. It’s just like your normal stop at the gas station, with the one simple difference of flying high up in the sky.
Apple claims that its “Keychain” software lets people securely store their passwords on their Macs. As it turns out, hackers can pull the keys off the chain.
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An ambitious project that will use industrial robots to print a metal bridge over an Amsterdam canal water by “drawing” steel structures in 3D.
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It is now possible to explore oceans around the world without getting wet.
A vulnerability in the software of what might be 600 milllion Samsung Galaxy phones can allow hackers to spy on the entire life of the phone’s owner.
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Videogame console titans Microsoft and Sony vied for attention ahead of the industry’s annual E3 conference, giving fans sneak peaks of the latest Xbox and PlayStation games.
The head of a U.S. agency that fell victim to cyber attacks defended its performance on Tuesday against withering criticism from lawmakers furious about a breach that compromised the personnel files of millions of federal workers.
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According to Dr. Errikos Levis, a researcher in the Department of Aeronautics at Imperial College London, seaplanes could be the answer to at least two of modern aviation’s greatest burdens: airport congestion and noise pollution.
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The hottest virtual reality headset is getting closer to being a reality.
BlackBerry is considering equipping an upcoming smartphone with Google Inc.’s Android software for the first time, an acknowledgement that its revamped line of devices has failed to win mass appeal, according to four sources familiar with the matter.
Imagine answering your phone or sending a text message by using the fabric of the trendy jacket you are wearing. Google is seeking to make something like this a possibility with Project Jacquard.
Apple launched Apple Music on Monday, a $9.99-a-month streaming music service that may not differ dramatically from competitors but comes with Apple’s deep music roots, global brand and hundreds of millions of iTunes customers.
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The Danish government has proposed that most stores could dump their cash registers from January 2016.
Apple Inc said it would start selling some models of its watch at its retail stores this month, and also roll out the gadget in seven more countries.