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Quantum entanglement-as-a-service: “The key technology” for unbreakable networks

Aliro Quantum has received up to $100,000 in funds from the U.S. Air Force to develop software supporting the design and operation of quantum networks for physics-based secure communications. Fueled by several recent contracts from the U.S. Air Force valued at up to $100,000, quantum networking company Aliro Quantum is… Read More »Quantum entanglement-as-a-service: “The key technology” for unbreakable networks

An Explosive Spyware Report Shows the Limits of iOS Security

In fact, the Amnesty International researchers say they actually had an easier time finding and investigating indicators of compromise on Apple devices targeted with Pegasus malware than on those running stock Android. “In Amnesty International’s experience there are significantly more forensic traces accessible to investigators on Apple iOS devices than… Read More »An Explosive Spyware Report Shows the Limits of iOS Security

How to activate Microsoft Defender Application Guard in Windows 10

Microsoft Defender Application Guard protects your networks and data from malicious applications running in your web browser, but you must install and activate it first. Image: Mix Tape/Shutterstock In a previous article, we noted that many of the security features listed as absolute requirements for a successful Windows 11 installation… Read More »How to activate Microsoft Defender Application Guard in Windows 10

Moore’s Law doesn’t work for batteries, but innovations are coming anyway

Commentary: Batteries aren’t sexy, but they’ve never been more important. Here are battery innovations that might be coming soon. Image: GettyImages/MF3d There are lots of sexy areas of tech for recent software and hardware engineering grads to focus on. Artificial intelligence (AI)! Crypto! Quantum computing! Robotic process automation! 5G wireless!… Read More »Moore’s Law doesn’t work for batteries, but innovations are coming anyway