Archive | August, 2013

Google is over the freaky line, as we all will be soon enough

Google Glass and the new MotoX are early examples of the era of sensors everywhere that we’re entering into, says uber-geek and journalist Robert Scoble. He’s writing a book about this with Shel Israel called The Age of Context. Many of these sensors will be ones we choose to use. Yes, there’s a huge downside, […]

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Cryptography breakthrough could run encrypted software

Researchers have developed a method for running software encrypted, rendering traditional methods of hacking software useless, because the software cannot be reverse engineered. Sahai’s software creates what he describes as a “multilinear jigsaw puzzle” that makes any attempts to reverse engineer the software return nothing but nonsense. Regular software can be fed into the system, […]

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