Smartphones can help monitor and maintain bridges
The accelerometer in your phone could help detect changes in structural integrity
Damaged European undersea cables impact internet connectivity worldwide
Why it matters: Multiple undersea cables in the south of France were cut overnight, making Internet access unreliable globally. Engineers fixed one broken link, and investigations are still ongoing. Fingers have been pointed at Russian submarines because of the Ukraine conflict, but investigators have not yet found any evidence supporting this assumption.
White hats 'easily' crack a program that controls the world's power grids
Only took two days to bypass authentication
DarkSide was responsible for Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack, promises to pick targets more carefully in the future
The hacker group claims it never wanted to cause "problems for society"
Zoom partners with Oracle to buttress its cloud infrastructure as user base exceeds 300 million
It cannot handle the numbers alone anymore
Vulnerability in industrial software could have spelled disaster for critical infrastructure
Energy, water, nuclear, aviation and more industries narrowly avert crisis
Smart cities are saving residents over 125 hours per year
How would life be without traffic jams?
Amazon, Microsoft, and Google want to own the Cloud
Or at least a large part of it