SA-Technology

SA-Technology

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In August 1977 popular mathematician Martin Gardner introduced the concept of RSA cryptography in the pages of Scientific American. Developed by three researchers at...

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SAN FRANCISCO—Personal computers, cellphones, self-driving cars—Gordon Moore predicted the invention of all these technologies half a century ago in a 1965 article for Electronics...

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Whether it is the next iPhone model, a new flat TV screen, or a more fashionable collection of a favorite line of clothes, everyone...

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There is little debate that the growing use of smartphones among school students has created a whole new set of challenges for educators looking...

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TOKYO—An unusual employee started last week at the upscale Mitsukoshi department store here. Her name is Aiko Chihira and she hails from Kawasaki, Japan,...

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Today’s car guts are pretty smart, with dozens of computers that monitor and adjust mechanical and electrical systems on the fly. Headlights, however, are...

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Mitochondria are biological dynamos. Damage to genetic material in these cellular powerhouses does more than sap energy—it can cause neurological disorders and derail central...

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In the age of social media, texting, mobile e-commerce and video streaming it’s easy to overlook an experience hasn’t gotten better for smartphone users:...

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Technology plays a major role in alerting flight crews to potential aircraft problems, guiding them through stormy weather and protecting them from unruly or...