Loading...
You are here:  Home  >  news
Latest

Happy Aphephobiacs

By   /  July 12, 2012  /  news  /  No Comments

Laserprivacy

Homeland Security will roll out a new laser to scan people at border checkpoints and airports. It works from 160 feet away and can detect anything from Adrenaline level, explosives, or what you ate for breakfast. Aphephobiacs everywhere are celebrating the news.

Read More →
Latest

1-800-parkinson

By   /  July 8, 2012  /  news  /  No Comments

Image courtesy of KCconfidential.com

Remember that news about the massive and evil NSA complex being built in Utah? Well you can put away the tin foil hat. It turns out that this NSA death star could be serving a more benign purpose. Yes, Big Brother could use it to screen the population for Parkinson!

Read More →
Latest

DNS Check

By   /  July 5, 2012  /  news  /  No Comments

DnsChanger

Is your computer infected by DNS changer? You may find out the hard way on Monday July 9th 2012. Or you could check now and fix it before the deadline.

Read More →
Latest

Big Brother is my co-pilot

By   /  June 13, 2012  /  news, opinions, Uncategorized  /  1 Comment

Big Data vs little you. spoiler alert: you are not going to make it.
We take a look at Inrix the main player in traffic analysis based on GPS tracking information, and analyze what it means for your privacy or lack thereof.

Read More →
Latest

Incompetent Tiranny

By   /  June 12, 2012  /  news  /  2 Comments

In a congressional report published by the (D) senator Diane Feinstein on the Foreign Surveillance Intelligence Act confirms that the government spies on Americans here at home. Two US senators, (D)Ron Wyden and (D) Mark Udall, asked how many Americans have their personal communications (email, text, chat, phone et cetera) monitored. The answer: no one knows; they cannot compute the number.

Read More →
Latest

We know your password

By   /  June 12, 2012  /  news  /  No Comments

In an article published Monday, a security analyst explains how he was able to crack 2 million passwords from the LinkedIn file released by the hacker. It took him less than a day using an old computer and a free password cracker called John The Ripper.
Here are 8 thing to consider

Read More →
Latest

Happy 1984!

By   /  June 11, 2012  /  news  /  No Comments

Microsoft new patent and and an experimental drug-delivery microchip could make 1984 easier to swallow.

Read More →
Latest

Watson killed the doctor

By   /  June 8, 2012  /  news  /  No Comments

I hate people.
When I read today that IBM are taking Watson, the super computer that spanked people at Jeopardy, and use it for healthcare, I grinned. I hate doctors.

Read More →
Latest

Abort me quickly

By   /  June 7, 2012  /  news  /  No Comments

Scientists have a new technique to safely detect all genetic defects in fetuses at 18 weeks. It is totally safe for fetuses as long as they have genes for blue eyes, blond hair and superior height – and are preferably male.

Read More →
Latest

We own the rain

By   /  June 6, 2012  /  news  /  No Comments

Geoengineers celebrate the Reuters press release supporting their claim that geogineering can control our weather.

Read More →