Breakfast can be a pretty depressing ordeal, especially on these cold, dark mornings. Why not genetically engineer your yogurt to turn it into into a pharmacy-grade anti-depressent? That ought cheer the process up. Here's how to do it. More »
Scientists from MIT havefigured outhow to hack living cells to store biological events around them. They modified E. Coli cells to generate so-called retrons -- a type of mutated single-strand DNA -- in response to stimuli like light or chemicals. Those lo-fi "memories" can then be read back to glean useful information using high-throughput DNA sequencing and other techniques.
And here's what the opening of "House of Cards" looks like in all of its 2-bit glory. It might not be HD, but at least you don't have to worry about accidentally seeing any Season 3 spoilers.by clicking here. You can watch the full demo below, or check out the other experiments that came out of the Netflix Hack Day by clicking here.
The US government is no stranger todealing with cyberattacks, but it just took a rare and relatively extreme step to keep itself safe. The State Departmentshut downits entire unclassified email system this weekend to bolster its defenses after spotting "activity of concern" (read: potential data breaches) that happened at the same time as an earlier hack that targeted the White House.
Researchers at Pwn2Own hack the top four internet browsers, as well as Adobe Reader and Flash Player plug-ins.Hacker Exploits Safari, Chrome, IE at Pwn2Own, Wins Record $225,000 [VIDEO] is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
Stop the presses and load your rifles, we need to stop supporting Apple right this second. The masterminds over at The Alex Jones Channel have uncovered the darkest (possibly dumbest) conspiracy theory of all time. You may remember the supposed "iPhone 6 hairgate", click bait short hand for "sometimes hair gets caught on your phone."
To the average Apple user it was a non-story.
Let's face it: colonoscopies are pretty unpleasant. But what if you could eat a spoonful ofyogurtto check for cancer rather than enduring that procedure?MITprofessor Sangeeta Bhatia is working on engineered bacteria that detects colorectal cancer. After the nanoparticles pass through the digestive system, a urine sample shows results on a reactive paper -- similar to that of a pregnancy test.
The prevailing consensus is that North Korea was responsible, as retribution for the James Franco comedy "The Interview." The American government has publicly blamed the reclusive authoritarian state for the hack.Taia is now challenging the narrative.
The UK's House of Commonsoverwhelmingly voted in favorof a law that would allow scientists to genetically engineer babies from the DNA of three people. Before your mind wanders to some of the more... salacious possibilities, the technique -- a spin on traditional in vitro fertilization -- is meant to help women with mitochondrial disease have families without fear of passing the illness down.
When you take a ride in an Uber vehicle, the first things you'll notice when you request a ride on the app are your driver's name, the make and model of your Uber ride, and your driver's rating out of five stars.Uber's rating system goes both ways — after a ride, passengers rate their experience with their drivers, and drivers do the same with passengers.
It's the weekend, y'all: What better time to sit back, relax and catch up on all the juiciest news from the past seven days? This week, we reviewed the ASUS ZenWatch, investigated the Sony Pictures hack, learned how to handle a loved one's online accounts, and more. All you have to do is click on the gallery below.
We've seen color-picking styluses, some t hat are real and some that are not , but Pega D&E has taken the technology in a different direction: a squeeze-able lamp with a color picker on the bottom that changes the color of the light.
No, you're not looking at a dessert gone horribly wrong -- that might just be the future of synthetic organ transplants. Scientists at the University of Texas at Austin havedevelopeda genetic "glue" that forms gels useful for 3D printing organic tissues. The key is using custom-designed, complementary DNA strands that bond just the way you'd like them.
Get over 70+ hours of elite training to become a pro web developer hacker in this bundle.Last Chance: Full Stack Hacker Bundle on Sale for 93% Off [Deals] is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
Office goods retailer Staples recently saw themselves fall prey to hackers, much as Target, The Home Depot, and a laundry list of retailers ahead of them have. The company has now addressed the hack, saying that over one million unique cards were compromised. The hack also affected more than 100 point-of-sale systems at 1,400 stores.