Future technology, communications, etc...
A recent Twitter hack probably didn't scare you. Here's why it should.
US Energy Department rolls out 10-year plan for QUANTUM INTERNET that would be virtually 'unhackable' and could transmit data instantly
Websites that publish contradictory content about the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) in opposition to the official pandemic narrative are about to lose their eligibility for participating in Google's behemoth advertising empire.
A Hong Kong-based UFO VPN - which claims a 'zero logs' policy, maintained a database without any password, exposing over 20 million user logs per day which consisted of 894 GB of data.
Update - according to a Cloudflare status update, "this afternoon we saw an outage across some parts of our network. It was not as a result of an attack.
Details of the SpaceX 'Starlink home router', that will allow users of the satellite broadband network to get online have been revealed by regulators.
As the Nasdaq's explosive rally finally begins to unwind, European courts are piling on the pressure.
Amazon has a new cure for long supermarket lines: a smart shopping cart.
The SpaceX Starlink network will start beta testing this summer (probably August, 2020) in North America.
Netflix has rebooted the once popular series Unsolved Mysteries, where various unexplained phenomena are highlighted and the show asks viewers for tips and information that could help lead to answers
The retail giant's rival to Amazon Prime will reportedly cost $98 a year.
On July 7, 2015, James Corbett was asked to present to a course on alternative media in the International Relations department of Japan's prestigious Ritsumeikan University.
UK police have arrested over 700 suspects, seized US$67 Million and over two tons of drugs after an international team broke the encryption on a not-so-secure app used by gangsters to coordinate money laundering, black market trade, human trafficking
Social media brings out the worst in us because the algorithm rewards us for being tribal, divisive and emotional
YouTube Bans Richard Spencer, Stefan Molyneux & Others As "White Supremacist" Crackdown Continues
Google now auto-deletes data, but only for some users, and only after a year and a half. You can do better.
Mandatory Mail-In Voting Shot Down by the Supreme Court