Stuart J. Hooper | A worrying trend is currently emerging where governments are anonymously editing the Wikipedia entries for certain events.
UK Column | Exposing The Leveson Common Purpose: The battle for press and internet freedom is now on.
Daily Star | Can solar really deliver the base load required to power a modern city?
Kiplinger | Nine military technologies being developed through the Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA)
21st Century Wire | According to M.T. Keshe, groundbreaking free energy science and advanced space ship technology has been hidden away from the world… until now.
YouTube | AI is now a reality in ‘eye in the sky’ technology and drones.
21st Century Wire says… It is not altogether clear just yet exactly what the Israeli target was in Syria, but it is possible that it could have something to do with advanced airspace defensive technology which was given to Syria from Iran (which is said to be the very same technology by which Iran pulled […]
21WIRE | By 2045, humans will become one with machines.
In 1987, the film RoboCop debuted and featured a half-man half-robot cop patrolling the streets of Detroit, but now some car companies are planning on replacing cop cars in Los Angeles with drone cars by 2025. Ramon Galindo gives us a glimpse of the future police force… -
Wash Post | SKYNET wasn’t just science fiction, as we will soon find out with AI…
Whistleblower and former NSA crypto-mathematician who served in the agency for decades – virtual privacy in US, Petraeus affair and whistleblowers’ odds in fight against the authorities are among key topics of this exclusive interview… ….
Youtube August 31, 2011 To celebrate the launch of critically acclaimed video game DEUS EX: HUMAN REVOLUTION, Square Enix has commissioned filmmaker Rob Spence aka Eyeborg (a self proclaimed cyborg who lost an eye replaced it with a wireless video camera) to investigate prosthetics, cybernetics and human augmentation. How far are we from the future? […]
By Matt Jurek TEKGOBLIN Aug 2, 2011 IEEE has just announced a new Wireless standard 802.22 that can cover up to 12,000 square miles. The standard is actually for Wireless Regional Area Networks or WRAN which uses the white spaces left in the TV frequency spectrum. This new wireless standard is expected to bring internet […]
By Clive Cookson Financial Times Nov 4, 2010 More than 30 years after the famous Star Wars movie scene in which a hologram of Princess Leia appealed for help from Obi-Wan Kenobi, US researchers have unveiled holographic technology to transmit and view moving three-dimensional images. The scientists at the University of Arizona say their prototype […]