Heat technology in prisons to trace illicit mobile phones to precise cells The Telegraph
Prisoners secretly using illicit mobile phones to make drug deals will be detected by new technology that can pinpoint their devices down to a precise cell.
One in every five young people in Spain addicted to technology Euro Weekly News
A FIFTH of young people in Spain, aged between 10 and 25, suffer from behavioural problems due to an addiction to digital devices. This is.
PayPal Patents Ransomware Detection and Prevention Technology TechNadu
PayPal is on their way to try their luck on the ransomware detection and prevention field, as they just got a relevant patent approved by the US office.
Project Sakura Wars Introduces The Latest Advancements In Spiricle Armor Technology Siliconera
Sega has also introduced the Spiricle Fighters, the latest Spiricle Armors that have been developed with the latest framework in mind.
Parents tired of paying for pricy technology for their kids The Tri-City News
Parents facing sticker shock when faced with purchasing a laptop or tablet for their School District 43 student won't get any buying advice or special deals.
Ohio Supreme Court provides $3 million in technology grants Miami Herald
Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Maureen O'Connor has announced 47 local court projects are receiving nearly $3 million in technology grants.
CRISPR-Gene Editing Technology Successfully Treated Lethal Lung Disease in Animal Models AJMC.com Managed Markets Network
In a proof-of-concept study recently published in Science Translational Medicine, researchers from Penn Medicine and the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia ...
Ethereum [ETH]: Ernst and Young to launch zero-knowledge proof technology on ETH blockchain AMBCrypto News
The mainstream adoption of cryptocurrencies has been a topic of discussion for the longest time. This push by cryptocurrency organizations for the integration ...
Technology, cost could hamper efforts for 100 percent carbon-free grid in Minnesota by 2050 Star Tribune
By midcentury, coal and natural gas could be erased from Minnesota's electricity grid, replaced by carbon-free power sources, particularly wind and solar.