Origami is Helping to Revolutionize Surgery

Some mechanical engineers are starting to team up with using origami with medical technology to develop the next major wave in surgical tools. This will hopefully mean that there will be less invasive surgery for everyone. The mechanical engineers are...

MIT Research Team is Working on a New Garbage Biofuel

A major Research Team at MIT has developed a new system that turns waste gases generated from industrial processes and garbage dumps into a liquid biofuel. The MIT Research Team tested and researched the system -- which uses engineered microbes...

Your Mouse Can be Hacked Now

Now we are at the point where wireless mice and keyboards are prime for hacking. With a massive vulnerability leaving billions of devices at major risk. The U.S. Cybersecurity company Bastille claims to have found the vulnerability, officially calling it...

Windows Apps Are About to Truly Become Universal

Cross-platform development for .NET has just been extended greatly thanks to Microsoft purchasing Xamarin. We are talking about having Windows apps on Android, iOS, and so much more. There has been a lot of speculation with the future of Microsoft...

Take a Selfie to Process an Online Payment

MasterCard is working on a process to accept selfies and fingerprints as a new alternative to passwords to accept online payments. MasterCard is working on a process to accept selfies and fingerprints as a new alternative to passwords to accept...

Top 5 Security Breaches of 2015

It was an interesting year for cybersecurity and the fight against data breaches in the world of information technology. It has been a pretty bountiful year for hackers who has gained unauthorized access to countless corporate and government databases. Here...