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How Hackers Really Crack Your Passwords

In movies, hacking is all finesse, excitement, and genius coding, but in reality it’s angelheaded hipsters burning for the ancient heavenly connection to the starry dynamo in the machinery of night. — Ginsberg. Hey there Zero Cools, Neos and Seatec astronomers, I’m Trace. Thanks for tuning in for some DNews. Passwords are like apples in

How Scientists Stopped Light

Anthony: Scientists have stopped light and trapped it in a crystal for a full minute. Show offs. Anthony: Anthony here for Dnews and look! I’ve set out some candy, and I trapped a Sourcefed! Hello lady Sourcefed. Lee: I’m Lee Newton, or just Lee. Anthony: Lady Sourcefed everybody! Lee: Anyway, light thinks it’s pretty impressive.

Charge Your Cell Phone In 5 Seconds

Align:start oh man my phone’s dead now it’s full hey trace here for dnews I have to say if this technology pans out we are in for some amazing advancements graphene is a one-atom-thick carbon-based flexible capacitive material it’s biodegradable it’s cheap to make and it is the strongest material on the planet scientists have

This Is Not What Space Looks Like

There are so many incredible images of space floating around out there. But is this what space really looks like? Well, kinda… Let’s start with these big, sweeping images of nebulas and star-forming regions. We can’t talk about these space images without taking a quick look at the electromagnetic spectrum. We can only see this

Is Speed Reading A Real Thing?

I’ve got a thousand unread emails, dozens of books I never got around to, and my friends just won’t stop sharing interesting articles Well, some of them are interesting. Is speed reading the life hack to finally catch up on all of it? Hello viewers, Julian for DNews. If you’re like you, you probably prefer