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In the late 1960s, an undergraduate psychology student at Wellesley College named Martha McClintock noticed something interesting: Women who spent a majority of their time together tended to get their periods around the same time. She suspected that menstruating bodies could influence one another somehow,...

With the data and security circus that is the RSA Security Conference heading out of San Francisco, we sat down for one more time, this time with John Sirianni – Vice President of Strategic Partners, IoT – for Webroot....

The Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology said ransomware is so common that it’s becoming its own economy and criminals will be increasingly targeting healthcare entities via social engineering and other tactics....

Few doubt that our future — both immediate and long term — will be heavily impacted by robots. With flashy AI technology like IBM’s Watson and Google’s driverless cars stealing headlines and outperforming their human competitors, it’s clear that our economy is bracing for a...

It's finally happening: After years of promises about virtual reality for the everyday person, this year will actually bring shoppers a variety of options. In truth, there are probably a lot of people who have no interest in these headsets — which is totally understandable with...

Elliptic Labs has been passionate about gesture-controlled technology since its founding in 2006. While much of their energy has been focused on a touch-free mobile phone experience – enabling hands-free video recording and selfies – they unveiled EASY IoT software at Mobile World Congress, allowing...