Recent Genetic Findings Could Help Treat Osteoporosis Patients

With recent genetic work on osteoporosis, Montreal researchers believe they can pave the way for better drugs and treatments for this very common disease: about one third of women in Canada will experience a fracture during this lifetime due to this pathological rarefaction. bone tissue….

Hyundai unveils a 4-legged robot vehicle

South Korean automaker Hyundai on Monday presented a four-legged, mid-car, half-robot vehicle that can not only roll, but also walk and crawl for use on steep terrain during rescue missions. for example. “What if a car designed with robotics could really save lives in a…

NASA probe survives the furthest exploration of human history

NASA celebrated the New Year with the historic New Horizons spacecraft survey of the world’s farthest and perhaps the oldest surviving celestial object, Ultima Thule, located some 6.4 billion kilometers from the Earth, hoping to learn more about planet formation. A series of eagerly awaited…

Microsoft repairs Internet Explorer vulnerability after attacks

Microsoft issued a critical update for Internet Explorer, after being warned that a vulnerability allowed hackers to take control of computers remotely. The vulnerability, detected by Google, allowed malicious people to infiltrate the computer of their victims to install software, view files or even create…

Photos of 6.8 million Facebook users exposed as a result of security breach

A security flaw has made apps accessible to people on Facebook – but never published – by 6.8 million users for a dozen days in September. The flaw, which has been corrected after 12 days (from 13 to 25 September), only concerns people who have…

Australian laws threaten global encryption

Australia on Friday passed laws requiring tech companies to provide their users’ communications, including encrypted messages, to authorities who request them. This world premiere is hotly contested by the companies concerned, cybersecurity experts and activists for digital rights and freedoms. The Australian government argues that new…