Tech & Security

Thanks to a rapid technological development, millions of people now take things for granted, that they could not even imagine a few years ago. However, everything new brings not only opportunities but dangers as well. In this section we write about the ways to use the former and insure you against the latter. We discuss what each product is intended for, what individual devices can do, who invents and produces them as well as how to keep your data confidential and not fall for machinations, tricks or hoaxes. You will find all about it here.

Lithuania develops a drone to intercept other drones

Lithuania develops a drone to intercept other drones

Inventor Aleksey Zaitsevsky has developed an Interceptor device capable of capturing other drones.
The Nvidia neural network turns photos into 3D models

The Nvidia neural network turns photos into 3D models

The company has unveiled a new version of its Neural Radiance Fields (NeRF) artificial intelligence.
The Gravity Industries Jet Suit was recently tested by the military

The Gravity Industries Jet Suit was recently tested by the military

The test occurred during a recent NATO exercise in Slovenia.

British police officers are soon to ride three-wheeled scooters

White Motorcycle Concepts have unveiled its three-wheeled hybrid scooter idea. The company developed the scooter in collaboration with the Northamptonshire County Police.

General Motors is to develop an electric vehicle based on the Hummer EV

The car will perform military missions.

Collective intelligence will help autonomous cars avoid accidents

Drivers would be able to look out for each other.

China appears to be developing drones from Soviet fighter jets

The country's air force seems to be giving a second life to out-of-service fighter jets and converting them into modern weapons.

The AR headset is to protect motorcyclists from road accidents

The system can analyse the traffic in real-time.

Squirrels can help with developing combat robots

Researchers from the University of California at Berkeley are using squirrels as a prototype for a new robot.

Hackers create a spying USB cable

The wire has a built-in microcomputer, which reads the typed messages. The hacker later receives them via a radio module.

South Korea lifts a law that affects gamers

Previously, the country had a law prohibiting children under 16 from playing video games from 12 PM to 6 AM.

The Su-75 is one of the best fighter jets in the world

Experts believe that the aircraft can compete with the American F-35.

The world's first-ever 3D-printed bridge is constructed in the Netherlands

Queen Maxima was at the bridge's opening ceremony. The bridge connects the city canal banks in Amsterdam.

Scientists have created an energy-storing patch that can be charged by a person's fingertip

A scientific team from the University of California, San Diego, has invented an energy-storing patch.

China has learned how to knot ice

Zhejiang University has created "flexible microfibre ice," which is a new form of the well-known substance.
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