Technology

No Waze in Iran, At Least for Now

There is currently no way to access Waze in Iran, after the authorities blocked the navigation app because it was invented in Israel, Ynet reported on Wednesday. The Iranian “Committee…

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FOCUS: What the CIA Thinks of Your Anti-Virus Program

Peppering the 8,000 pages of purported Central Intelligence Agency hacking data released Tuesday by WikiLeaks are reviews of some of the world’s most popular anti-virus products. The hackers are quoted…

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Hypercars Mingle With Station Wagons at Geneva Auto Show

Europe’s automakers face huge questions: the impact of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, President Donald Trump’s proposed border tax on imports, the uncertain prospects for electric vehicles. Meanwhile,…

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Wireless Electric Cars About to Hit the Road

Imagine charging your electric car as easily as you charge your electric toothbrush. Or, your car charging itself as it drives down the road. Those scenarios are not as far-fetched…

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Study: People Look Like Their Names

Researchers at Hebrew University in Yerushalayim have published findings that indicate that people “look like their names.” An article in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology by Dr. Ruth…

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Zika May Be Spread by 35 Species of Mosquitoes

Zika may be spread by as many as 35 species of mosquitoes, including seven found in the United States, according to a predictive model created by University of Georgia ecologists…

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