Hackers trick way into ICANN computers
Hackers trick way into ICANN computers

The private agency that acts as a gatekeeper for the Internet has said that hackers tricked their way into its computers.

Quantum computers, next-generation electronics come closer to reality
Quantum computers, next-generation electronics come closer to reality

A new research has revealed that an exotic state of matter can open a new path to quantum computers and other next-generation electronics.

Now, system to allow computers, human collaboration for better decision-making

 MIT researchers have recently developed a new computer that encompasses different abilities of processing information so that technology and humans can make better use of each other.

Ignore online security warnings at your own risk
Ignore online security warnings at your own risk

 People are their own worst enemies when it comes to online security, a study indicates.

How glass can help build super-fast computers

New research demonstrates how glass could be manipulated to create a material that would allow computers to transfer information using light.

Computers can't match cadavers in teaching anatomy

Despite the growing popularity of using computer simulation to help in teaching college anatomy, students learn much better through the traditional use of human cadavers, finds a research.

Child-tracing portal hit by poor infrastructure in northeast

Lack of computers in many police stations and poor internet connectivity have stopped police in many northeastern states from uploading data in TrackChild, a national portal aimed at searching missing children, say officials.

Wikipedia blocks `disruptive` edits from US Congress

Wikipedia has blocked editing rights from some computers at the US House of Representatives for "disruptive" revisions on the online encyclopedia.

Wall Street Journal takes computers offline after hacking

The Wall Street Journal took some of its computers housing news graphics offline after they were hacked, publisher Dow Jones & Co said.

Even minutes without smartphone can fuel anxiety

Can`t live without your smartphone even for 10 minutes? Join the club of addicts who cannot go without their phone before suffering from anxiety.

How computers `remember` things

How does your computer recall things and perform logical operations? It is all thanks to the "moving" metal particles in memory components, finds new research.

1200-year-old `tablet computer` found in ancient shipwreck

Turkish archaeologists have discovered a 1,200-year-old wooden object which they claim is an ancient equivalent of a tablet computer.

China bars Windows 8 for new government computers

In a setback to software giant Microsoft, China Tuesday said it will prohibit Windows 8 on new government computers apparently to minimise computer security risks that may arise as the US-based firm last month ended support to Windows XP.

Programmable quantum computers come closer to reality

Scientists have revealed that they have performed a proof-of-concept experiment that will aid the future development of programmable.

Coming, computers that are `normally off`

Imagine a computer that does not required to be `powered on` all the time to protect your data and can work fine even on `normally off` mode?

Boys at computers may develop weaker bones

Hooked to computer or television for long hours? It may put you at the risk of developing weaker bones leading to osteoporosis and fracture - especially if you are a teenaged boy - later in life.

New method allows computers to teach each other

Researchers have developed a new method to allow a computer to give advice and teach skills to another computer in a way that mimics how a real teacher and student might interact.

Diamonds could help make computers faster, more powerful

Researchers have conducted experiment to find the potential of diamond`s potential in computing.

CryptoLocker scariest threat to PCs around the world

CryptoLocker, a ransomeware (a malicious computer software that threatens the users, usually for money or data) first appeared in September 2013, has reportedly emerged as a potent threat to PCs around the world.

Computers can accurately predict rainfall

Computer programmes are far better at accurately predicting rainfall than the government-based seasonal forecasting programmes, Australian scientists say.