Jan Krissler used high resolution photos, including one from a government press office, to successfully recreate the fingerprints of Germany’s defence minister It’s an old cliché of security researchers: fingerprints might appear more secure than passwords.
Satya Nadella and Marc Benioff stand together in San Francisco on a Microsoft photo distributed May 29, 2014. Microsoft made a splash earlier this year when it announced the largest acquisition in its history, signing an agreement to buy LinkedIn for $26.2 billion.
For years, the U.S. has experienced a shortage of registered nurses. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that while the number of nurses will increase by 19 percent by 2022, demand will grow faster than the supply, and that there will be over one million unfilled nursing jobs by then.
One of the most audacious space missions ever undertaken is about to come to an end. The Rosetta probe that has been tracking a comet for the past two years is going to deliberately crash itself into the 4km-wide ball of ice and dust.
The first consumer virtual reality headset for a game console is coming to stores on October 13, but it has already arrived in Ars Technica’s orbiting HQ.
If you were hoping your Android Wear watch would get the big 2.0 software update before the holidays, you’re going to be disappointed. In a blog post announcing the availability of Developer Preview 3, Google let it slip that the update has been pushed back to next year. It’s not all bad news.