An episode on Global TV aired Sunday, January 25, 2011 about the dangers of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) chips found in Enhanced Driver’s Licenses, Passports, and Credit Cards. The episode showed how anyone can put together simple electronics found online for a few dollars to grab your detailed information from as far as 30 feet [...]
I just found my new favorite search engine. Startpage.com is the only search engine that does not record your IP address. Why is this important?
Your privacy is under attack
Every time you use a regular search engine, your search data is recorded. Major search engines capture your IP address and use tracking [...]
Bill Gates on a recent interview with CNN, talked passionately about human de-population and its great potential and benefit on humanity. Other talking points mentioned by Gates is the benefit of using mosquitoes in the wild for forced vaccinations. Why is this bad? Specific vaccinations have been suspected to hurt more than help. For [...]
Two thousand years after they were written and decades after they were found in desert caves, some of the Dead Sea scrolls went online yesterday in a project launched by Israel’s national museum and the internet search giant Google.
Publishing five of the most important Dead Sea scrolls on the internet is [...]
Did ancient people ever have the technology to refrigerate their items? How were they able to prevent their food from spoiling? Some of our ancient civilizations did in fact have refrigeration and used simple items they had on hand to create it.
In the past, the clay pot refrigeration technique kept food cool, (almost [...]
Right now Michigan is a world-leader in advanced batteries, but other nations are hot on their heels. In order to keep that position and kick into high-gear, Michigan needs to streamline their approach to battery research, development and production.
That is why Michigan Senator, Debbie Stabenow wrote the Battery Innovation Act. This bill will boost research [...]
ibiTimes.com, 8/14/11, (LINK)
The city of Cupertino, Calif., has given Apple-watchers a first look at the company’s future headquarters.
The planned Apple Campus 2, a 2.8 million-square-foot, four-story workplace for 12,000 employees, looks like a giant spaceship. According to artists’ renderings, it will be covered in huge pieces of curved glass that will let employees look out both sides of the [...]
Wall Street Journal, 7/25/11, (LINK)
Grand Central Terminal’s iconic main concourse, with its ceiling of glittering stars, will likely welcome another icon later this year: a single, glowing white apple.
Metropolitan Transportation Authority officials offered a glimpse Monday morning at the Apple store proposed for the train station, near the terminal’s east staircase. Apple plans [...]
Hacker groups Anonymous and LulzSec, which had 16 of their alleged members arrested this week in the U.S. by the FBI, don’t usually respond to statements written or made about them. But when the FBI’s deputy assistant director gave an interview to NPR saying those arrests send “a message that chaos on [...]
AOL Autos, (LINK)
How Police Use Airplanes To Catch You Without Radar
Imagine this: It’s a gorgeous spring day in Miami and you’re thoroughly tempted to lower the top of your rental car and push the power pedal a little too hard in a bid to break free from the traffic crush on the [...]