Researchers have managed to build a fibre optic cable that is capable of transferring data between end points at near light speed.
Most of the security appliances in use today ranging from software based firewalls to state of the art Unified Threat Management (UTM) systems and email and web gateways are packed with serious vulnerabilities it has been revealed.
Team of researchers and engineers at California Institute of Technology (Caltech) has developed ‘self-healing’ chips that would heal themselves within a few microseconds and recover from faults that may range from less battery power to complete transistor failure.
Georgia Tech is looking forward to build a micro-scale graphene antenna that will support terabit or hundred terabit radio communications.
Researchers have showcased a novel way through which encrypted data of an Android smartphone can be read by accessing the cryptographic key stored in the phone’s memory by freezing the phone.
Researchers over at University of Aberdeen are working on an innovative project whereby they aim to increase the performance of the Internet not by increasing the bandwidth but by reducing latency.
Microsoft Research has teamed up with the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology to develop software that can predict events like outbreaks of disease or violence by mining data from old news and the web.
Efficient storage & retrieval of data in DNA may not be as far-fetched as it may have been thought before as researchers over at the EMBL-European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI) have invented a method through which data can be stored and retrieved in the form of DNA with 100 per cent accuracy.
Russian search engine and Google’s competitor Yandex is offering its core search technology to CERN to test their work in physics.
Researchers have created wires using liquid metal that can stretch up to eight times their original length while retaining its conduction properties.