WASHINGTON (PNN) - August 28, 2012 - Apple confirmed Thursday that it has rejected Drones+ from its App Store. The app is designed to alert users whenever someone has been killed in a Fascist Police States of Amerika drone strike.
WASHINGTON (PNN) - July 19, 2012 - It’s moving fast: The promised benefits of nanotechnology in food applications are astounding, almost unbelievable. For example, applying certain nanomaterials (simply put: materials manipulated at an atomic level) to conveyer belts in food production plants could prevent pathogen growth by keeping the belts clean and lowering the chance of contamination. Nanotech applications like these are finding their way into our food system at breakneck speeds.
Rick Renewson of Veterans against Police Abuse explains his new car, which is equipped with a number of technological enhancements, including bulletproof windows, various hidden audio and video recording devices, a GPS position identification system, and a secret computer storage mechanism designed to record the unlawful activities of pig thug cops, and a number of other very cool devices designed to protect your life, liberty and property.
This amazing new technological development is a working car that runs on compressed air! The CAT, which stands for Compressed Air Technology, contains an engine that runs on compressed air at the rate of 4300 pounds per square inch. The car can go up to 70 mph; it will travel 125 miles for around $2.00 USD! This is a non-polluting car and it really works!
Outlaw regimes intrude on the privacy of innocent citizens.
LONDON, England (PNN) - August 13, 2012 - It sounds like something from the film Minority Report: a Closed Circuit Television surveillance system that recognizes people from their faces or walks and analyzes whether they might be about to commit a terrorist or criminal act. But Trapwire is real and, according to documents released online by WikiLeaks last week, is being used in a number of countries to try to monitor people and threats.
New intrusive technology to be used to further spy on citizens.
LONDON, England (PNN) - August 13, 2012 - Shoppers could soon be automatically recognized whenever they walk into a shop by a controversial new camera.
Called Facedeals, the camera uses photos uploaded to Facebook to recognize people as they walk into a store.
WASHINGTON (PNN) - August 3, 2012 - Rumors regarding the development of a “digital pill” with a microchip inside have been circulating for some time, but today, the Amerikan Getspao Food and Drug Administration division gave the go ahead to the product.
QUEENSLAND, Australia (PNN) - August 1, 2012 - A controversial and ostentatious Australian is supposedly planning a real-life Jurassic Park, complete with cloned dinosaurs. Clive Palmer, who also wants to build a modern-day Titanic replica, has held talks with the scientists who cloned Dolly the sheep, reports Australia’s Sunshine Coast Daily.
July 27, 2012 - Twenty-one-year-old college student Nadim Kobeissi is from Canada, Lebanon and the Internet.
He is the creator of Cryptocat, a project “to combine my love of cryptography and cats,” he explained to an overflowing audience of hackers at the HOPE conference on Saturday, July 14.
PALO ALTO, Kalifornia (PNN) - July 20, 2012 - Usually it’s a problem when you can’t remember a password. But in this particular case, it’s by design. A new security technique mashes up cryptography with neuroscience to create passwords that are stored in users' brains but cannot be recalled, recited, or otherwise extracted by another party.