New malware empties bank accounts!

ESET researchers have discovered a new bank malware, BackSwap, which uses an unusual technique to bypass special protection measures of popular browsers. Malware, which ESET detects and blocks as Win32 / BackSwap.A, attacks through Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, while in recent releases its creators added attack and Internet Explorer features. Διαβάστε Περισσότερα …

Artificial intelligence system recognizes people by their walk

Researchers at the University of Manchester, in collaboration with scientists at the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, have developed a biometric artificial intelligence system that can recognize a person from his steps and ways of walking: In particular, the system can recognize the person simply from the moment he presses a Διαβάστε Περισσότερα …

The first bio-electric capsule detects stomach bleeding

Researchers at MIT University in the US have created the first capsule-sensor, containing genetically modified bacteria, which can diagnose bleeding in the stomach. It is actually a bacteria “chip” that combines sensors from living microorganisms with electronics of very low energy consumption. The bacterial-electronic sensor transforms the “signal” (i.e. the Διαβάστε Περισσότερα …

3D printer creates biological tissues

©naftemporiki.gr “Tissues are splendidly complex structures, so to create artificial versions of them that work properly, we have to replicate their complexity” said Ali Handemehocheini, who led… A UCLA engineer has developed a technique that uses a specially designed three-dimensional printer (3D printer) to create therapeutic biomaterials from multi-materials. This Διαβάστε Περισσότερα …

“Smart” jell-material moving on the bottom of the sea and moves objects

©naftemporiki.gr “Smart” jell-material moving on the bottom of the sea and moves objects A “smart”, 3D-printed jell-material that can “walk” on the bottom, grab objects and move them, developed engineers at Rutgers University – New Brunswick. This material could be used on robots that mimic marine beings like the octopus, Διαβάστε Περισσότερα …

Apple develops an in-display fingerprint scanner

© Provided by: pestaola.gr Apple is reported to be among the companies experimenting with the use of fingerprint scanners placed on the smartphone screen. According to a report by the Korean newspaper Chosun, Apple is among the companies that will attempt to take such a step. At this stage, the Διαβάστε Περισσότερα …

Nanorobot made the nanohome, the smallest home in the world

© www.cnn.gr Tech A French team of nanorobotic engineers used a new micro robotic-system to create the smallest home in the world. Researchers used a focused ion beam, a tiny robot, a microscope, and other nanostructure technologies inside a vacuum chamber to build a Nano home, where even mites do not Διαβάστε Περισσότερα …

Robots that move without battery and motor

©naftemporiki.gr The new propulsion system is based on strips of a flexible polymer that bends when it is cold and stretches when it is hot. This polymer is positioned to activate a switch in … Caltech and ETH Zurich engineers have developed robots capable of moving on their own without Διαβάστε Περισσότερα …