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Encrypting medical photos with chaos

Chaos and confusion could be used to encrypt color photos and protect them from prying eyes, according to computer scientists in Algeria. Writing in a new article, the team describes a new algorithm that generates pseudo-random sequences that change a plain image into a ciphered image in a single step leading to a file that cannot be cracked.
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Ron Baalke, a space explorer at Nasa's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California tweeted the worrying predictions.
Censors blocked China's internet users from seeing Google's online broadcast of a national go champion's game against a computer
BEIJING (Reuters) - Germany has made good progress with China on how to introduce quotas aimed at producing more electric vehicles, Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel said on Wednesday, adding that more
Researchers from the University of Andrews injected seals with oxytocin before releasing them back to the wild. The injected animals were kinder to seals that they had not met before.
The proposals will not extend to live streaming, for example Facebook Live, but just videos stored on a platform, an EU diplomat said.
The tech company announced new features to its laptop-tablet hybrid, including a longer battery life.
Live streaming beautification feature lets you compare skin tone with 400% light sensitivity options
The global update which allows users to live stream together is now available on the iOS app. Facebook has not confirmed when the feature will arrive on Android devices.
Marketing slides for the “Super Mario” and “Rabbids” franchise crossover game have leaked online. The upcoming Nintendo Switch game will be called “Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle,” and will be relea
Chris Cornell's family is awaiting the toxicology report that could shed light into the singer's cause of death. Last week, police said that the Audioslave and Soundgarden frontman committed suicide
A new 360-degree action camera from Garmin puts your most extreme self in the round. The post Garmin's New 360 Cam Makes Your Stupid Stunts Spherical appeared first on WIRED.
Elder or younger, brothers are always the same — protective, caring, reliable and trustworthy. And to honor them, May 24 every year is observed as Brother’s Day. This is a day to show and tell them h
According to a leaked transcript of a phone call that took place between President Donald Trump and Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on April 29, 2017, it has emerged that the latter prefers Trum
DUBAI/BERLIN (Reuters) - Emaar Malls will buy a 51 percent stake in e-commerce fashion website Namshi from Global Fashion Group, a firm backed by Rocket Internet, for $151 million, a sign of growing d
One of the four series in the “Chicago” franchise just got canceled by NBC! According to Entertainment Weekly, “Chicago Justice” has been axed by the network just after they renewed “Chicago Fire,” “
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) began operations in earnest Tuesday, upping its activity a notch and allowing associated experiments to start taking data for the first time in 2017. The various exper
European Union ministers have approved proposals to make social media companies such as Facebook, Twitter and Google's YouTube tackle videos with hate speech on their platforms.
Christina El Moussa was interrogated by Child Protective Services (CPS) after her one-year-old son fell in the pool, TMZ reported Tuesday. He was reportedly under the care of his nanny at the time.
In a referendum on Sunday, May 21, more than 58% voted in favour of a government's law that will ban new nuclear plants in the country.
Netflix just released its full lineup for June 2017! Other than its original series and movies, Netflix will also stream “Grey’s Anatomy” Season 13 and “Scandal” Season 6 on June17, “Arrow” Season 5
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Chinese online and mobile payment platform Alipay on Wednesday launched in Hong Kong its first app to handle transactions not denominated in the yuan currency, moving closer to i
Amazon now has physical bookstores for its customers. Here is a look inside one of them.        
You don't even need your credit card to get a book from an Amazon bookstore.        
Amazon Books Vice President Jennifer Cast talks about what you can find in a physical Amazon Bookstore.        
Unlike other bookstores, Amazon isn’t necessarily relying on the books themselves to keep the business afloat.        
Also, announces option for live-streaming users to start direct message with one of their viewers
Amazon is now competing with Barnes and Noble in another way via Amazon Books.        
“The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story” is set to premiere next year, but FX network already dropped the first photo of Penelope Cruz as Donatella Versace.
Apple is creating a new curriculum designed to teach app development to high school and college students with little to no prior experience in coding.  The price: Free.      &
A dummy model for the Apple iPhone 8 has recently been shown off on in a new hands-on video. The iPhone 8 dummy looks pretty similar to previous leaks suggesting that this might be the iPhone 8’s fin
Polar’s new wearable is its best looking yet, packed with premium features and advanced sleep tracking for a price that won’t run you dry.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Uber faces a legal challenge in Israel, adding to the list of places where it is under scrutiny, after the country alleged unauthorized drivers were illegally paid using its netw
The Moto G5S Plus has leaked online and it appears the handset will be Motorola’s first Android smartphone to feature a dual-camera setup. The leak arrives just a day after the smaller Moto G5S surfa
A suicide bomber who blew himself up at a concert in northern England’s Manchester Arena, killing 22 people and severely injuring several others, is likely to not have acted alone, British Home Secre

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