CERN scientists discovered five subatomic particles, which were excited states of Omega-c-zero, a baryon particle comprising two quarks and a charm quark. The excited states were carrying more energy than the standard particle of Omega-c-zero.
The recent ban on electronics larger than smartphones, as upheld by some U.S. and UK airlines came without sufficient reason. Recent reports, however, have now shed light on the possible cause of the ban.
Adding a fresh leg up to technologies seeking to replace silicon in solar panels, a photovoltaic perovskite ink has been created which dries up in a minute at 100C on any surface, paving for cost-effective mass production.
A US Third Circuit Court of Appeals in Pennsylvania has upheld a ruling that found that refusing to decrypt a hard drive for police, even if youve forgotten the password, is considered contempt of court. The post Court: Claiming you forgot your decryption
It turns out that just Googling a person's name is enough to be caught up in a criminal investigation, as a Minnesota judge has issued a warrant for anyone who searched for a specific name. The post Court issues warrant for data on anyone who ‘Googl
While combing through WikiLeaks’ Vault 7 data dump, Cisco has unearthed a critical vulnerability affecting 300+ of its switches and one gateway that could be exploited to take over the devices. The vulnerability The flaw is present in the Cisco Clus
New details concerning the enigmatic Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus have emerged thanks to trusted tipster Evan Blass. His leaks showed three color options for both handsets, pricing details, and seemingly legitimate renders.