Ultrasound can propagate through solid surfaces and activate voice recognition systems, allowing the person who initiates the attack to also hear the phone's response. Out of 17 different phone models tested, 15 were vulnerable to ultrasonic wave attacks.
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Researchers have developed a smart onesie that accurately measures the spontaneous and voluntary movements of infants from five months. The smart-clothing could help assess abnormal neurological and motor development in infants.
By changing passwords and scanning for keyloggers you may think your personal information is safe. Think again. Smartphones can pick up what you type on a standard keyboard. Researchers report acoustic signals produced from typing on a keyboard can be picked up by smartphones. Those sounds can be processed to reveal exactly what you typed.
Scientists have developed DIY assistive technology prototypes that can help those with disabilities to communicate and interact with the world around them.
Researchers are pushing for the development of an instant mobile app that will alert people who have come into contact with a COVID-19 patient to immediately isolate themselves via an instant message. If rapidly and widely developed, the app could significantly help to contain the spread of coronavirus.
Study uncovers how misinformation and fake news can spread via social media platforms like Twitter. Those with high numbers of mutual followers are more likely to spread "dreadful" misinformation. Findings could offer solutions to prevent fake news dissemination.
Researchers report they have successfully translated the structure of a spider's web into music. The new study could provide new avenues for the development of 3D printing technologies and novel musical compositions. The findings also shed light on cross-species communication.
Study reveals lower microstructural integrity in white matter tracts supporting language and emergent literacy skills in prekindergarten aged children exposed to excessive screen time media.