How the fall of RFID chips explains our current surveillance state

How the fall of RFID chips explains our current surveillance state

Government treatment of individual civil liberties is no better than that of farm animals, National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden claims in an excerpt from an upcoming book. By preying on the modern necessity to stay connected, writes Snowden in his foreword to The Assassination Complex: Inside The Governments Secret Drone Warfare Program, governments can […]

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New Tech Turns Your Arm Skin Into A ‘Touchpad’

New Tech Turns Your Arm Skin Into A ‘Touchpad’

A team of scientists have developed a new technology that can make the skin on your arm and hand act like a touchpad for a smartwatch. The technology, known as the Skintrack, was developed by the Futures Interfaces Group, a research lab at Carnegie Mellon University. It requires the user to wear a ring and […]

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Porn driving virtual reality industry?

Porn driving virtual reality industry?

As Oculus VR finally ships its virtual-reality headsets to the public, its heralding the potential of video games and movies but its also quietly giving a wink to porn producers. The Facebook-owned startup announced Monday that its new Rift headset has more than 30 games available as the first units ship this week, with 100 […]

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10 Best Selling Phones/Brands of All Time

From the iPhone to Nokia’s classical phones, we take a look at the 10 best selling phones of all time. A story about the best & worst phones I’ve owned! Follow Lamarr on Twitter: http://twitter.com/lamarrwilson Watch my last video! http://youtu.be/sKcWKpVLCjE ————————————– SOCIAL NETWORKS: Twitter: http://twitter.com/lamarrwilson Facebook: http://facebook.com/wilsonlamarr Google+: http://google.com/+lamarrwilson VYou: http://vyou.com/lamarrwilson YouNow: http://www.younow.com/users/LamarrWilson Music: Kevin […]

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For Poor Americans, Getting Online Is About More Than Just Cheap Internet

For Poor Americans, Getting Online Is About More Than Just Cheap Internet

Internet access could soon get a whole lot cheaper for low-income Americans.  On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission will consider a proposal that would subsidize broadband Internet for low-income households. If it’s adopted, eligible Americans could receive $9.25 a month to help pay for online access. The measure would update the decades-old Lifeline subsidy, which provides discounted phone […]

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Democratic senators back FCC proposal to create broadband subsidies

Democratic senators back FCC proposal to create broadband subsidies

A group of Democratic senators is calling on the Federal Communications Commissionto update its Lifeline low-income phone-subsidy program to cover broadband Internet. We applaud the Commission for its extensive work to ensure the integrity of this program and tamp down on waste, fraud, and abuse, the senatorsincludingCory Bookerof New Jersey, Chris Murphy of Connecticut, and […]

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Your brain isnt ready for virtual reality

Your brain isnt ready for virtual reality

After years of wide-eyed promises and hyperbolic speculation, the dawn of virtual reality is finally upon us. This week, the Oculus Rift VR headset began shipping to customers in its final, ready-to-play form. The $1,500 bundle comes with the trademark Oculus headset as well as a high-powered ASUS desktop computer made to handle the high-quality […]

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