Saturday 22 September 2018

How long are we going to need that city?

At an altitude of 4,830 metres on the Everest Base Camp Trek, guess what you can find? Wi-fi access. Which means you can work, Facetime your loved ones, or Instagram your Everest selfies. By dispensing with the need for a physical presence, technology has made it possible to communicate, share


Could home appliances knock down power grids?

Cybercriminals could rope internet-connected household appliances into a botnet in order to manipulate the demand side of the power grid and, ultimately, cause anything from local outages to large-scale blackouts, according to a study from a team of academics at Princeton University.


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