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Pregnant women who use nasal decongestants during the first trimester may be raising the risk that their newborn will suffer from one or more rare birth defects, according to a Reuters report
The United Nation's cybersecurity arm is planning to send out a multinational alert after a German research firm has discovered an encryption flaw that could compromise some types of mobile phones.
A pair of security researchers have hacked a Verizon femtocell device to spy on phone calls and text messages between Android devices and iPhones, according to a Reuters report.
Carl Icahn and Jeffries & Co. have secured $5.2 billion in loan commitments backing the billionaire investors' leveraged recapitalization plans for computer maker Dell.
Just days after the latest update to the iPhone’s operating system iOS 7, rumors have begun flying about larger, cheaper, more colorful smartphones from Apple.
Industrialist sentenced to 18 years after conviction for exposing workers to asbestos. U.S.
Facing constant attacks from Chinese hackers, the US military is gearing up for a high-tech battle to defend national secrets and American companies.
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- In medicine, cauterization.