This self-contained snooping device can steal data from laptops within 50 centimetres of it, sniffing out information based on the radio waves that leak from processors as a result of their variations in power use. And, as you can see, it is designed to fit in a pitta bread. Read more >>
Chinese entrepreneurs have relatively unfettered access to cutting-edge technology, enabling start-ups to innovate. Meanwhile, Western entrepreneurs often find themselves trapped in a web of IP frameworks, spending more money on lawyers than on tooling.
Hacker Samy Kamkar recently showed how to easily crack a Master combination lock in eight tries or fewer. But who has the time for that? Thankfully, Kamkar has followed up with this wonderful 3D-printed contraption that does all the hard work for you, in about 30 seconds. Read more >>