Thoughts could be future of security

In a few years time, people may be able to unlock their personal devices without even lifting a finger, thanks to UC Berkeley researchers at the School of Information. Instead of symbols and characters, thoughts may be the new key.
Read More…

A look back at UC Berkeley’s computer evolution

When Carlos Noreña entered UC Berkeley as a freshman in 1988, he, like so many university students,  “came armed with a large, boxy Apple Macintosh computer.” As students, the computer is our lifeline, our bread and butter, the indispensable utility belt to our Batman. But, for Noreña, the situation was
Read More…