The special glass is just beginning to make its way into public displays such as ATMs and payment terminals, but Corning hopes it will eventually get into consumer electronics.
The voice-recognition company is viewed as a derivative play on Apple's iPhone 4S growth.
Researchers say they suspect Diebold machines aren't the only ones susceptible to simple man-in-the-middle attacks.
Compromised ATMs, virus-infected USB drives, badges with built-in microphones and security experts getting hacked--no wonder it's scary going to Black Hat and Defcon.
A 2002 federal law encouraged states to buy touch-screen voting machines. Millions of dollars later, some states are ditching the devices in favor of old-fashioned paper ballots and optical scanning.
In today's show, Brian Tong fills in for Tom Merritt, Molly chews on the inside of her cheek to a painful (and accidental) degree, and we actually do talk about some tech news.
A group is advocating the use of open-source software and a unique tablet PC and printer as a solution to concerns surrounding voting integrity.
Speaker at hacker conference warns about security risks inherent in everyday electronics and suggests taking a hammer to your passport.