Google researchers have written the first-ever attack code that takes advantage of electrical interference between densely packed memory cells, a unique style of attack that could require changes in chip design. The work builds on a paper published last year by Carnegie Mellon University and Intel, which found it was possible to change binary values… Read More »
Dutch designer Ronald Meijs has created the Motorman, an electric “moped” that’s become the fashionable green machine for daily commuters throughout Europe. The post This Retro Electric Moped Is Taking Over Europe appeared first on WIRED.
The Spanish fly exists, only it’s actually a beetle. Oh, and you might die excruciatingly if you eat it. The post Absurd Creature of the Week: The Spanish Fly Is Real, and It’s Ridiculously Dangerous appeared first on WIRED.
Artist Evan Roth looks to discover the web…with ghost-hunting equipment. The post Exploring the Internet With Ghost-Hunting Equipment appeared first on WIRED.
It looks low-res and dated now, but Adventure was among the most ambitious and complex games of its day. The post How One Man Invented the Console Adventure Game appeared first on WIRED.
World View is developing a souped-up space balloon that may someday ferry tourists to space at a fraction of the cost of a rocket ride. The post This Woman Wants to Take Common Folk to Space—In a Balloon appeared first on WIRED.
BBC launches digital-first initiative to teach children programming and digital technologies, giving UK schools one million coding devices
The Japanese government plans to recruit hackers to identify and protect against cyber security threats
Ericsson has announced the closure of its Katrineholm operation in Sweden, with the loss of almost 500 jobs
Apple Pay looks set to increase its market share as 43% of iPhone 6 and 6+ users in the US try out the mobile payments technology