Princeton Nuke Detector Could Spot World-Ending Warheads

The US and USSR had more than 60,000 nuclear warheads pointed at each other at the height of the Cold War. While the Non-Proliferation Treaty of 1970 and START in 1994 have shrunk that figure to around 26,000, nobody is really sure how many still exist—because nobody’s ever actually verified the number of warheads,… » 4/30/13 11:30am 4/30/13 11:30am

Data Encryption Easily Broken Using Keys Hiding In RAM

Scientists at Princeton have discovered a way to grab otherwise-protected data encryption keys from memory on a computer that's just been powered down. This is pretty scary stuff, since the keys—which are well protected when the computer is on—are the one thing that keeps super-tight encryption from cracking.
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Exclusive: The Secret Sauce That Goes Into an OLED High Def TV

Click to viewUDC is one of a handful of companies pioneering OLED development and manufacturing techniques for the big boys such as Samsung, Sony, LG and of course, the US Department of Defense. No one's written about how they make these displays, panels that'll make up our next generation of super-slim HDTVs, until… » 11/30/07 5:00pm 11/30/07 5:00pm

Tiny Bluetooth Adapter is Mostly USB, Smallest Ever?

This Princeton Bluetooth adapter is probably the smallest USB adapter we've seen yet, being made of mostly a USB tip and a tiny little body. The USB adapter works on both PCs and Macs, has Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR, and sticks out only a tiny bit so you don't accidentally snap it off. If our laptops didn't already have… » 8/27/07 4:20pm 8/27/07 4:20pm

Princeton PMB-BP18 Emergency Battery: USB Versatility, Tilting Dock

For those unfortunate times when your iPod, multimedia player or cellphone run low on battery power, Princeton comes to the rescue with its emergency battery pack. Trying to add some functionality to the package, the company gave it an adjustable tilting dock, letting you prop up your portable multimedia player or… » 10/09/06 9:30am 10/09/06 9:30am