The malware, which has been around for months, has now adopted a new mode of attack.
The test using the new device can be done while on the move, and will take only about 20 seconds.
There are dinosaurs and a giant volcano in 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,' the latest installment of the franchise. But well do they stand up to scientific scrutiny?
The group has targeted the websites of the White House and the Federal Reserve among others.
Currently, there are 5.5 million people with Alzheimer’s dementia in the U.S. Without intervention, that figure may more than double by 2060.
More gray matter formed in the brains of senior citizens after playing video games, the study found.
Lyft offers free rides for up to $40 for the evacuees. Use the code LASAFERIDES to avail the free rides.
Around 400 different apps were tested as part of the study that found critical flaws in banking apps.
The potency of drugs including marijuana in the U.S. has increased dramatically in the past few years.
The more number of physical activities that a patient performs post-surgery, the lesser the risk of a 30 and 60 day readmission after the surgery, study finds.
A new study is the first to completely trace the changes in gene expression before, during and after exposure to peanuts.
The hacker has set a deadline for paying the ransom at 1 p.m Wednesday. The demand is for two bitcoins or $23,000.
The young and disabled in America have it bad.
Amazon is said to have added about 75,000 new robots to their workforce this year alone.
Study claimed that people who have been frequently exposed to hateful online commentaries become increasingly desensitized to them, and these comments ultimately shape their perceptions of minorities.
Youtube seems to be taking a firm stand to curb inappropriate content on its platform.
The supermoon on Jan. 31, 2018, would also be a partial lunar eclipse for those in the Northeast. This means that though the lunar eclipse would be visible at moonset, inhabitants of the Eastern United States would see it in the morning.
In an interview given to British magazine Pick Me Up!, Dr. Nicola Davis — a U.K.-based psychologist, researcher and writer — analyzed the aspects that could have led to Alcala becoming a serial killer.
HIV has killed more than 35 million people so far. The new breakthrough brings a much needed hope.
Be it preparing dinner, simplifying travel or tracking gift deliveries, there’s an app for everything this holiday season.
The series went decades without gaining a sizeable gamer base in the West. But the new entry in the franchise seems all set to change that.
Whether you are looking for something in your inbox or want to organize your mails better, these searches would help you.
The new algorithm defines densities, edges and other parameters of tissues that are X-rayed and it could also identify changes in the tissues even as the radiation dosage is brought down significantly — by 100 fold or more.
A study found that addicted teens scored high in impulsiveness, anxiety, depression and insomnia.
For the first time, there is now artificial human heart muscle big enough to be used to solve damage seen in heart attack victims.
The team at the University of Alberta, Canada, who conducted the study compared the two approaches — invasive colonoscopy and swallowing FMT as a sealed capsule — to come to their conclusion.
Scientists have discovered the fastest ever magnesium-ion solid-state conductor, which is considered a key step toward creating batteries that are safe and energy-dense.
Prehistoric agrarian women worked so hard they had stronger arms than today's semi-elite female rowers.
Accurately comparing different health plans could be tricky. Here’s an easy guide.
These primitives are created using a nanomaterial that’s cost-efficient and provides the highest possible structural randomness.