Tech

2017

Airbnb in Australia shows the sharing economy has a ‘dark side’

‘I had no idea Instagram had porn’: Keeping kids safe on social media

Curfews, GPS tracking considered for potential terrorists by Victorian Government

Sony announces controversial ‘Clean Version’ plan

Security, Privacy, Governance Concerns About Smart City Technologies Grow

Smart city advice for Adelaide from ex-US presidential contender

Broome residents tire of cap on solar power installations

Power struggle over multi-million-dollar Kangaroo Island underwater cable

British Airways restarting flights from Gatwick and Heathrow after IT failure

Ransomware Exposed as a False Flag Attack on Bitcoin

Snapchat grooming: New York man allegedly lures 16yo Sydney girl to America

11-Year-Old Activist Warns About The Internet Of Things

Facebook Adds Another New Censorship Tool To Stop “Conspiracies” etc

YouTube Continues Demonetizing Almost All Political Speech

Ransomware Based Off of Leaked NSA Exploit Infects Computers Worldwide

Project Maven: Military Calls On Big Data For A.I. Warfare

There is No Tesla Without THIS Decisive Metal

Investing in the Tesla Solar Roof

Tesla Solar Roof Goes Too Far

SA needs a smarter battery plan

Is Bitcoin Money?

Twitter users warned to check their privacy policy following update

NBN: New York Times skewers ‘costly internet bungle’ as a ‘cautionary tale’

Push for Australian steel to be used in infrastructure instead of Chinese imports

Crypto Currency & Financial Security… Bitcoin !

Hacking is now so common that even small nations are doing it

Google on Goggles Uh!Mick Raven

Facebook ‘must pay to police internet’ or face fines: UK parliament

Facebook plans to launch its own TV shows in June, says report

Hacker known as thedarkoverlord dumps new Netflix show online

Porn in virtual reality: Cybersex gets real

Scientists calling for national discussion on gene-editing technology

Straw bale home: Couple dodges housing and energy crisis with age-old building technique

Tasmanian households unlikely to reap benefit of TasNetworks’ reduced pole and wire costs

AEMO to blame for load shedding during SA heatwave, Australian Energy Regulator finds

Advance of Autonomous Vehicles, Including Flying Passenger Drones, Threatens Countless Jobs

Smart meters’ readings almost six times higher than actual energy consumption

Facebook vows to ‘do better’ after man films himself committing murder

Steve Stephens: Man who livestreamed murder on Facebook takes own life

Facebook pushes augmented reality at F8 conference

Cyber Attack Fears As CITIES HIT With Simultaneous Power Grid Failures

Google Maps’ pizza shop mix-up leaves Darwin man with unwanted ‘customers’

Homebrew Powerwall2

Tasmania could become ‘battery of Australia’ through increased dam storage

The Age Of Big Data

Alien life more likely after NASA discovery about Saturn’s moon Enceladus

Solar battery in Queensland’s Lakeland could lead other remote towns off the grid

Elon Musk launches Neuralink, a venture to merge the human brain with AI

Galaxy S8 launch: the moment Samsung hopes to move on from exploding batteries

SpaceX’s Rocket takes off again in first successful launch of recycled booster

Robotic cleaners are being trialled by Australia’s big shopping centres

Driverless cars: Everything you need to know about the transport revolution

PayPal faces class action over undelivered charity money

U.S. Marshals Biometric Scan Passenger Retinas To Board Flight

China’s Government may ban under-18s from playing video games late at night

Westpac outage: No services available in bank’s branches around the country

WA election: Campaign casualties and social media near misses

NBN rollout: Australians will be forced to pay for network, like it or not

Facebook wants to help you find a job – even if you’re not looking for one

Facial recognition to replace passports in security overhaul at Australian airports

Memo: New York Called For Face Recognition Cameras At Bridges, Tunnels

Vizio smart TVs caught spying on you

Bluetooth blues: when all your connected devices fail at once

Japanese scientists create gel to allow tiny drones to mimic bees, collect pollen

Oculus lift: Facebook loses $653 million virtual reality headset verdict

Ambulance Victoria app to call on people trained in first aid before paramedics arrive

Science Fiction Becomes Reality, Robots to Get “Electronic Personhood” Legal Status

It can spy on the whole world

Are tablets and laptops actually beneficial in primary school?

Drones can spark bushfires and hinder aerial support

Yahoo hack: How to know if your account has been breached, and what to do next

Telco union officials lured into ‘catastrophic’ identity fraud scam

Parents upset with requirements to buy tablets and laptops for primary school children

Flying car’ passenger drone gets off the ground ahead of 2020 launch

Never Own a Car Again

Accelerating the Race to Autonomous Driving

Drone Footage Captures Traffic Jam Like Never Before

100-km Chinese traffic jam enters Day 9

China: Nine Killed in 56-Car Motorway Pile-up

Uber to share more travel data with city authorities

Someone is trying to take down the Drudge Report

The iPhone 10 years on: How smartphones have changed our lives in a decade

Samsung warns customers not to discuss personal information in front of smart TVs

Free wifi trial on Sydney buses puts commuter privacy at risk

Uber to share more travel data with city authorities

Why the IoT is Essential to Autonomous Driving

Never Own a Car Again… Bicycle,sandals and straw hat anyone? – Mick Raven

Accelerating the Race to Autonomous Driving

6 Technology Trends to Watch in 2017

‘Flying car’ passenger drone gets off the ground ahead of 2020 launch

2016

US Government Can Legally Access Your Facebook Data

Driverless trucks threaten jobs in ‘Trumpland’

First Aussie Pirate Bay Block Gets Defeated in Seconds

Artificial intelligence creeps into daily life

Drone mustering tested by central Queensland farmers

Dash cam video shows self-driving Uber running red light

Judge Upholds “John Doe” Summons for IRS to Access All Bitcoin Users

Google alters search autocomplete to remove ‘are Jews evil’ suggestion

Virtual power plant links solar and battery storage in hundreds of Adelaide homes

Automatic intelligent parking

Feds Can Hack Millions of Devices with One Warrant

Man Sentenced To Six Months In Prison For Installing Wind Turbine

Gooligan: Android phones targeted in global hackGooligan: Android phones targeted in global hack

The Blue Print for Slaves out of Cars  – Mick Raven

Zombie Car Drivers crashing into things

Council pushs you to watch Virtual Reality Jazz Festival

Ipswich motorists to be recruited in largest trial of smart cars on Queensland roads

Google’s art machine just wrote its first song

NBN users’ key complaints centre on slow speeds, drop-outs

Wedge-tailed eagles do battle with mining giant’s drones, knocking nine out of sky

Google will soon ban fake news sites from using its ad network

Free-Energy Devices, zero-point energy, and water as HHO fuel

Uber now lets you track your family and friends in real-time

Red Cross data breach could have exposed donors to identity theft

The Amazon Listening Device?

Tobii is the world leader in eye tracking

AT&T agrees to buy Time Warner, owner of HBO, Warner Bros and CNN, for $112b

China to blast 2 astronauts into space

SA weather: Safety settings caused wind farms to reduce output

Electric-powered cars on display in Melbourne

Driverless car technology ‘too unsophisticated’ to be safe

Robert Downey Jr volunteers to voice Mark Zuckerberg’s AI Jarvis

Worried your email might be spied on? Here’s what you can do to secure it

Virtually Inside the First Tanks [VR Experience]

Facebook wants to be in your workplace, but you’ll probably find trolls there too

Wikipedia editors sign vote of no confidence

WA government says shark-spotting drones better than personal ‘shark shields’

Google’s Jigsaw to Be Used to Undermine Alternative Media?

‘McDonald’s test’ the key to uncovering fake $50 notes

Driverless Cars Win Federal Approval

The Internet Was Just Taken Over by a Global Monopoly

Mars human colony plan with restaurant, zero-gravity games unveiled by SpaceX

Drone laws could lead to mid-air collisions, pilots and air traffic controllers warn

Telcos say NBNCo pricing regime is slowing down internet

IBM ‘unlikely to hit Customs merger deadline’ amid growing fears of system failure

Maroochydore to ditch wheelie bins in high-tech rubbish revolution

Ausgrid receives new unsolicited bid for 99-year lease

Telstra confirms cut to 27 staff in Adelaide, with Tasmania and Victoria also affected

Russell Smith: Tasmanian company goes bust, workers out of pocket, union claims

Hazelwood power plant: French owner ENGIE has made ‘no decision’ on station closure

Yahoo confirms ‘state-sponsored’ hackers stole personal data from 500m accounts

Robot to build 11 houses in world-first for Perth

Driverless cars will have to make ‘ethical considerations’

Big Brother on your wrist, in your pocket & inside your head

US to Hand Over Control of Internet DNS System in October 2016

People Cope Without Tech at Digital Detox Camp

NBN boots million homes from HFC cable to slower FttN

France rolls out ‘world’s first’ driverless buses

Driverless bus trial in South Perth an Australian first

Army unveils latest gadgets and gear in Canberra

Where is your data? It’s not actually in the cloud

Augmented reality

Professionals switching careers to teaching to boost educator shortfall

‘Google-like’ classroom inspires children to think differently

Obama Administration Forced To Release Drone Kill List “Playbook”

Facebook’s war on ad blockers is quickly blocked

Tesla car on autopilot mode crashes in Beijing – ABC News

Developer talks about how Deus Ex: Mankind Divided explores humans in an age of augmentation

Private company Moon Express wins US clearance to fly mission to the Moon in 2017

Federal Judge Rules Hidden Microphones in Public Do Not Violate Constitution

Western Power sale: Government united despite Treasurer’s push

Kickass Torrents: How did the US Government bring down the file-sharing site?

Pokemon Go isn’t the only app with access to your email

Is The CIA Manipulating the Weather?

How Long Until Drones Are Unleashed on American Streets

Decision to Blow up US Citizen With Robot Was Improvised in Less Than 20 Minutes

Telstra customers could break fixed contracts due to outages, Choice warns

Ten ways to watch movies online for free (legally)

Brisbane cashless cafe

The Leading Edge – Robotics

What Could Go Wrong? Crime Fighting Robots Now Equipped with Self-Defense Instincts

Fact check: Has Australia’s internet speed dropped from 30th to 60th in the world under the Coalition?

Myspace hack prompts AFP to urge social media users to delete old accounts

Microsoft agrees to buy unprofitable LinkedIn for $26.2 billion

The Shift From Low-Wage Worker to Robot Worker

Trash collecting robots to be developed by 2016

VISA Launches Cashless Pay at 2016 Olympic Games

When Robots Rule The Earth – Robin Hanson, Author of The Age of Em

What Happens When You ‘Delete’ Something On The Internet

Reboot: Adidas to make shoes in Germany again – but using robots

State to Allow Cops to Snatch Your Phone After Being Stopped and Search it Using a “Textalyzer”

Full-body scanner trial begins at Canberra Airport

Elon Musk Funds $1B Project To Stop Human Destruction From “Demon” of Artificial Intelligence

13 Year-Old Invents Tesla Inspired Free Energy Device for Under $15

Identity theft victims need more assistance as cyber crime skyrockets

Skynet satellite ground station opens in Adelaide to aid UK military communications

Growing number of West Australians fall victim to tech support scams

Lawsuits Challenge Tech Giants Large-Scale Biometric Collection

EWAO Samsung Just Patented Smart Contact Lenses With A Built-In Camera

Complaints that there are too many ads on Foxtel

Beat Data Retention with Australia VPN Providers Best VPN Reviews – 2016

Perth, Bunbury police trial body cameras

Centrelink ‘auto-rejects’ tens of thousands of claims

Could skull echoes replace the password?

Microsoft sues US government over gag orders on customer data grabs

FBI paid at least $1.7 million for tool to hack terrorist iPhone

China Is Building a Robot Army of Model Workers

China Reveals Autonomous, All-Electric, Voice Controlled Car

Dr. Katherine Albrecht on ‘DNA Tracks’

Australia Post to trial drone parcel delivery of online shopping

Drone in a Phone case to help you take better selfies and action shots

New report calls for ban on ‘killer robots’ amid UN meeting

Bionic eyes set to switch from fantasy to blinking reality

Boeing unveils game-changing autonomous submarine

FBI trick for breaking into iPhone likely to leak

Data Profession 2016

The Internet is Forever: Nico Sell, CEO, Wickr Foundation

Shades reduce my digital footprint: Wickr founder

We share less personal information on Facebook in favour of posting links

Zuckerberg’s latest Facebook beta pushes you to share more

Ceduna’s cashless welfare card trial experiences teething problems

Patent US7278025 – Secure Biometric verification of Identity

So You Want to Be a Data Scientist

Would You Swallow a Data-Tracking Big Pharma “Smart” Pill?

End of the on-demand dream: Uber model just doesn’t translate

Under pressure to digitize everything, hospitals are hackers’ biggest new target

The transposed mind: computerising thoughts isn’t as easy as it is in the movies

How to Hack Any Android phone & Camera Remotely

Apple wins in FBI fight, but iPhone security loses

Yes, your smartphone camera can be used to spy on you

Scientists are developing a test to accurately predict your death

Oculus Rift: first Australian review

Legal drone shot down in Edmond neighborhood

Drone regulations relaxed for commercial drone pilots

‘Dorky’ Google Search Helped Hacker Bust Into a New York Dam

Natcore swaps silver for aluminum in solar cells

iPhone used by San Bernardino shooter cracked by FBI

First Look: ‘Smart’ Solar Panel Charges Phones, Gadgets Fast

Microsoft Disabled Their Twitter Robot Because The Internet Taught It To Love Hitler

Hollywood blockbusters to take control of your television

Fitness wearables v going to the gym: will technology kill the personal trainer?

Software lets you control politicians’ faces

Scientists Developing Directed Energy Laser Weapon

WikiLeaks to Facebook: “Stop Censoring Our Hillary Clinton Email Release”

Aussie company wins global contract to build smart home foundations

Australia Post email scam

Dairy farmers look to robotics to ease labour shortages

Hacker’s typo botches $1 billion bank heist

MyGov to feel the audit blowtorch

Blue Origin boss says paid space travel likely in 2018

Target store displays video games in cigarette-style plain packaging

iPhone 7: Proof Apple is ditching the headphone socket

Fire-hit Esperance farms cut off from grid opt for solar power

Scientists Developing Directed Energy Laser Weapon “Death Star” to Destroy Asteroids

Shark spotting Little Ripper to patrol NSW beachs

Federal Court Rules You Can Be Arrested Simply for Filming the Police

This Phone Passcode Strategy Will Take The FBI 127 Years To Crack Your Encrypted Data

FBI iPhone Surveillance

US Intelligence Director Says Genome Editing is a WMD

Pine Gap spy facility: Nautilus Institute explores Alice Springs joint defence facility

Facebook Messenger used to track friends’ sleeping habits by Danish coder

Aussie company wins global contract to build smart home foundations

Unmanned shop opens with a swipe of your phone

Bill Gates backtracks after coming out in support of FBI in Apple iPhone standoff

Cybercriminals increasingly targeting Australia as a launch pad for cybercrime

Apple chief Tim Cook calls FBI iPhone case of San Bernardino attacker ‘bad for America’

3D-printed titanium beak gives Brazilian macaw Gigi chance to crunch food

Virtual reality headsets Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and PlayStation VR are almost here

Introducing The New Texas Oil

Opal Card by Cubic Transportation Systems

Commuters Hit by Opal Card

Proposed Opal fare increases to ‘hit long-distance commuters hardest’

The government just admitted it will use smart home devices for spying

Samsung Warns Customers To Think Twice About What They Say Near Smart TVs

Treasurer introduces ‘Netflix tax’ for GST on digital products

Dallas Buyers Club abandons fight against Aussie pirates

Good riddance to the Java plugin

Sen. Blumenthal demands lifting of IT ‘gag’ order

Wired debuts ad-free website to appease ad blockers

Is technology eating our brains?

The hottest trend in 3D printing: shoes on demand

Robot helper improving safety for Sydney Harbour Bridge maintenance crews

NSW Government ‘wasting millions’ on faulty IT system at TAFE

Drones could be used in remote outback searches for missing people

ProCan: High hopes new cancer database will change diagnosis

Robot hits hole-in-one at TPC Scottsdale on same hole of Tiger Woods’ ace

DNA sheds light on European upheaval during the Ice Age

Hackers Allegedly Hijack Drone After Massive Breach at NASA

Dutch police train eagles to snatch unwanted drones out of the sky

Apple acquisition and hiring points to secret virtual reality plans

Microsoft Pledges Billion Dollar Cloud Services

Driverless cars not a quick-fix for traffic congestion

A Cyberattack Finally Has Hit A Major Power Grid, And It Did Exactly What We Feared

Canberra Autonomous Car Simulation

Australia continues slide down International Corruption Index

Rio Tinto sells Mt Pleasant coal mine site to Indonesia’s MACH Energy

What is the dark net, and how will it shape the future of the digital age?

Fixed Wireless NBN turns out worse than ADSL for some

Drone Laws to Require Owners To Buy Insurance, Get License Plates

Want to Know the Future of the Human Species?…Read This

Warning over spike in sexual assault incidents involving social media

Tango dating app rapist

Drivers warned as new speed cameras roll out

Consumer Electronics Show 2016: Robotic bartenders and smart socks

Facial Recognition Company Creates Tattoo Detecting Technology For Police

New year rings in 41 per cent rise in GreenPower prices

Mark Zuckerberg’s 2016 personal challenge: build an artificially intelligent butler

EXPOSED: Photo of Secret Project Goes Viral

Samsung turns its TVs into smarthome hubs

2015

Improved specs: new Google Glass revealed, not meant for consumers

3D video games are good for you, say scientists

Interstellar takes out most pirated movie of 2015, downloaded nearly 47 million times

Australia’s bungling spies dialled wrong numbers and bugged wrong phones

TSA Quietly Moves to Make Body Scanners Mandatory

Dallas Buyers Club loses torrent piracy case

The Driverless Car Evolution

Connected Cars Drive Value

Who’s Afraid of Bitcoin and Peer-to-Peer Lending?

Facebook Makes Us Sadder And Less Satisfied, Study Finds

DARPA’s Top 3 Predictions For The Future

Australia’s first fire-fighting robot unveiled for summer bushfire season

NASA releases new composite image of Titan, showing Earth-like surface of Saturn’s largest moon

Bitcoin: Sydney home of suspected founder Craig Steven Wright raided by AFP

European satellite to test method to find ripples in space and time

Electricity system will need up to $1 trillion of investment by 2050

Classified report on Bureau of Meteorology cyber attack recommends computer system overhaul

Government to release draft laws to force notification of personal information data breaches

China blamed for ‘massive’ cyber attack on Bureau of Meteorology

China to Unleash Killer Robot Army to Fight Terrorism

Mobile speed camera operators caught fudging the rules beside NSW roads

New Li-Fi Internet Is 100 Times Faster Than Wi-Fi

Small Australian ISP threatened with legal action under new site-blocking laws

Private Facebook posts illegally hacked by NSW police

Hours Prior to Paris Terror Attacks Facebook Shuts Down Anonymous Group Exposing ISIS Recruiters

New Study Reveals That Most People Want to Ban Killer Robots

Hidden Cameras Being Used to Measure and Manipulate Political Views

BioRobots

What Is The Dark Web?

Ray Kurzweil: In The 2030s, Nanobots In Our Brains Will Make Us ‘Godlike’

Its official, Microsoft says that it cant stop Windows 10 from spying on you

New Technology Uses Wi-Fi Signals To See Through Walls

New Firefox browser lets users hide from being tracked online

Virtual Reality Simulation Lets Gamers Experience 9/11 Attack

Lithium-air: A battery breakthrough explained

Hundreds could be victim of identity theft scam targeting Medicare system

Australia to allow Facebook photos to be used in national surveillance database

‘We need to start acting now’: Australian scientist takes killer robot ban fight to United Nations

Apple to remove apps after discovering hundreds use Chinese software that extracts personal data

Business of War: Drone Market Expected to Double by 2024

Did You Know You Also Have a Uniform Birth Number?

Hawkei: Kick the tyres on the Australian Army’s latest armoured vehicle

A robot sold us a Chris Cornell CD at Best Buy

Your next boss: A computer algorithm?

St George Bank ‘progressively’ restoring access to online banking services overnight

Wrong turn: Man watches car being hit after GPS sends him onto suburban train line

Africa ‘drone ports’ proposal by architect Norman Foster aims to service half of Rwanda by 2020

The HAL Building – Mick Raven

Welcome To The Mass Surveillance State Through Microchipped Pills

‘Mars mystery solved’: Nasa prompts speculation with promise of major announcement

Apple’s Spaceship HQ firm reveals NASA-backed 3D printed Mars habitat

DHS Wants Boeing to Test a Brain Chip in Firm’s Self-Destructing ‘Black’ Spyphone

AVG anti-virus is selling your web browsing history

4D printing: the time has come

School district implements iris scanners on buses

Drones Armed With High-Energy Lasers May Arrive In 2017

Apple hack exposes flaws in building apps behind ‘Great Firewall’

Robot Revolution Sweeps China’s Factory Floors

VW scandal: am I affected?

Electronic Warfare Expected in New World of Drones and Anti-Drones

Kim Dotcom extradition hearing: Mega founder’s case under way

Lightbeam (software)

SHOCK CLAIM: Large Hadron Collider magnetic field could pull asteroids towards Earth

Cisco router break-ins bypass cyber defences

Drone policing in US seen as ‘Wild West’

Where are the world’s nuclear reactors?

How artificial intelligence is getting even smarter

Sydney woman gives away excess designer embryos

New Yorkers Without “Enhanced” ID Could Face Travel Restrictions From Homeland Security

Facial recognition: Privacy advocates raise concern over ‘creepy’ system

“Young and self-absorbed”: Startups replacing missing mothers

Hundreds of Essential Energy workers across NSW face five-week wait to learn if job is safe

Robot to destroy starfish on Great Barrier Reef

Future Humanoid Robots Will Blow your Mind

Why NASA scientists are excited about Matt Damon movie The Martian

Packages could be delivered by unicycle drones that swarm together

Ashley Madison hack leads to divorce after woman’s husband is outed by Impact Team

How to see all the companies tracking you on Facebook — and block them

Government Wants RFID Tracking Chips Implanted in Welfare Recipients

Rage against the machine – before it’s too late

Burning off your digital fingerprints to protect your online privacy

Australia’s first bio-hacking lab could revolutionise access to technology for citizen scientists

Major Firefox vulnerability lets hackers steal your files using dodgy web ads

Ransomware virus: Australians forced to pay as latest encryption virus is ‘unbreakable’

The Majority Of Cars Can Still Be Hacked Now

Foxtel to launch legal action to block pirating websites

Fingerprints replace the boarding pass

Mozilla accuses Microsoft of ‘throwing away’ user choice in Windows 10

Windows 10 is spying on almost everything you do – here’s how to opt out

Tap and go: Sydney has the Opal, but how long will we need it?

Kentucky Man Arrested for Shooting Down Drone

WARNING: Windows 10 Spies On EVERYTHING You Do, Unless You OPT OUT

Apple celebrates 10 years of podcasting

Sparking New Business: US Innovation, with Chinese Funding

Wireless electricity? It’s here

Fiat Chrysler recalls 1.4 million US vehicles to prevent hacking after researchers remotely ‘killed’ cars

Cyber Security Experts Hacked Into A MOVING CAR And Took Control

Self Consciousness with NAO Bots

Robots Show Glimmer of Self-Awareness

Drone firing handgun appears in video

Elon Musk’s Lithium Revolution

How to Prepare for a Cyber Attack

China’s parliament publishes draft cybersecurity law; ISPs to store data within Chinese territory

67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko ‘unequivocally’ home to alien life

Scientist claims immortality within reach

Robots in China: taking over the manufacturing industry

Robot kills man at Volkswagen plant in Germany

Why Facebook wants to get inside your brain

Fears website owners will be stripped of anonymity under ICANN proposal

Australia’s dark year for digital liberty

Countdown begins for Australia’s new website-blocking regime

Titanium, 3D-printed prosthetic jaw implanted in Melbourne man in Australian first surgery

French invent robots to replace border police

Alabama City Suing Couple to Get Back On The Grid, Threatens Arrest

Calculator reveals the likelihood of a robot stealing your job in the future

Self-driving cars may have to be programmed to kill you

Russian Military Developing Anti-Drone ‘Microwave Gun’

N.Y. Senator Proposes Microchipping Violent Convicts With GPS Devices

You Don’t Have to Watch ‘Jurassic World’ to See Bioengineered Animal Weapons

Australian website-blocking laws get green light

More than 30,000 iiNet customer passwords hacked

Wearables at work: the new frontier of employee surveillance

iOS 9: iPhone will now track sexual activity

Robot Olympics tests which intelligent machine is the best emergency worker

Google working with Levis on smart clothes

This glitch lets you turn off anyone’s iPhone

Are you a mobile phone addict?

Turning sewage into drinking water gains appeal as drought lingers

Robot Tongue Identifies The Correct Beer Every Time

Maths and science in the HSC: Kids shouldn’t be forced

China’s nuclear power plants: Big rush could be deadly

Autobahn driver suffers drone windscreen smash

Drone Crashes, Hits 2 People During Marblehead Parade

Robots threaten these 8 jobs

An energy ’death spiral’ could result in electricity prices skyrocketing as more consumers go ‘off-grid’

Australia a leader in hacking mobile phones, Snowden document reveals

NSA Planned to Hijack Google App Store to Hack Smartphones

Driverless cars solution to Perth congestion, says RAC

Aspiring astronauts live under Hawaiian dome for 7 months to simulate life on Mars

RAAF’s 11th squadron prepares for change of planes

Chinese Military Using Jamming Against U.S. Drones

Enterprise Reality Becoming Virtual and Augmented

Creator of Swedish sci-fi drama Real Humans disappointed

Drone Laws in Australia – We explain CASA CASR 101 laws for RPAS in Australia

Facebook instant articles: New York Times publishes straight to FB

Dubai Announces New Fleet Of “Robocops”

Elon Musk is worried that Google’s robot army could accidentally turn evil

Australian scientists develop nano memory, bringing bionic brain one step closer

iiNet likens TPG plan to VW owning Porsche

Swarms Of DARPA Drones Will Rule the Skies of The Future

Delete Facebook

Call Of Duty Black Ops III Transhumanist Nightmare World

Motels Sharing “Daily Guest List with Police” and Aiding Warrant Checks on Every Guest

‘Selfie’ man talks of social media anguish

Principal’s newsletter call to clamp down on Facebook

Wollongong university researchers working on 4D printing

Mum horrified after kids photos stolen from Facebook

Human trials for bionic eye with ‘wireless brain chip’ to start next year

Big Brother Is Watching: New EU Rules Will Put Tracker Devices in All Cars

Privacy Commissioner rules metadata ‘personal’, Telstra must hand over personal data to journalist Ben Grubb

Youths on bail to wear ankle tracking bracelets under Northern Territory Government policy

What Consumers Should Know about Smart Meters

INNABOTS: The Future is Unmanned the Future is innoBots

US Police Departments Using “Spy Rocks” to Spy on Citizens Now

PayPal Wants You to Inject Your Username and Eat Your Password

Russian hackers read Obama’s unclassified emails last year

Tablet use prevalent in toddlers

As hacking grows, biometric security gains momentum

Smart cities the world over ripe for hacking, expert says

Smartwatch-wearing drivers may be fined

Australia Post’s state-of-the-art sorting machines misdirecting thousands of parcels

Drone ‘containing radiation’ lands on roof of Japanese PM’s office

Ramstein Base in Germany a Key Center in US Drone War

Your online porn habits may not be as secret as you think

Controversial Police Drone Inches Closer To Flight In San Jose « CBS San Francisco

Amazon can finally test its delivery drones in the US

Pirate hunt: is this the end of Australia’s love affair with illegal downloading?

Apple Watch designers on easing the smartphone tyranny they created

Internet pirates might pay only $20 compensation each to Dallas Buyers Club

iiNet copyright & piracy case verdict | Dallas Buyers Club

Bill Gates thinks super machines could eventually become smarter than humans and take our jobs

AI interns: Software already taking jobs from humans

Origin Energy hit with $2 million fine for illegal door-to-door sales tactics

US academic gives NZ talk on killer robots

Smart Meter Information Consumers Should Know

Drones Beaming Web Access Are in the Stars for Facebook

NSA Doesn’t Need to Spy on Your Calls to Learn Your Secrets |

Elon Musk claims artificial intelligence will treat humans like ‘labradors’

Shelf-Picking Robots Will Vie for a Prize from Amazon

Leave Facebook if you don’t want to be spied on, warns EU

The cyborg revolution: Technology’s body modifications

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak on the Apple Watch, electric cars and the surpassing of humanity

Wearables are the next smartphones, says Telstra

Biologists seek moratorium on method of editing the human genome

Netflix leaked: House of Cards, Orange is the New Black Australian content

Is NYC’s new gunshot detection system recording private conversations?

Internet of Things: The next stage of the internet’s evolution

Flying Car 2017

Microsoft to offer biometric sign-in for Windows 10

Alibaba’s plan to make payments with face-scanning technology is a horrifying idea

The Jetsons cartoon got some things right but we won’t live in the clouds or fly around in cars in 2043

‘Dark web’ keeps criminals out of reach of metadata retention laws

Software robots for process automation: fudge or strategic solution?

Cybersecurity and Medical Devices — Time to Panic?

This Car Runs For 100 Years Without Refuelling – The Thorium Car

Apple Pay bridging bricks-and-mortar and online fraud

IBM looks at adopting bitcoin technology

Banned: FAA Says It Is Illegal To Post Drone Videos on YouTube

Wireless Charging Ready to Cut Power Cords in Public Places

iPhones & Android smartphones: How they are making you dumber

Artificial memories: French scientists implant false memories in brains of sleeping mice

Naveen Jain mines the moon with NASA’s backing but who owns it

Netflix and Optus seal streaming deal

Visa says we’re all going to have internet-connected fridges in the future

Telstra backflips on refusing customer access to metadata

“All Americans Will Be Microchipped In Less Than 3 Years”

China gripped by smog documentary ‘Under the Dome’

3DRobotics Inc IRIS+ Drone

All DSLRPros Drone Kits

Morocco Bans Import of Drones, Remotely-Controlled Devices

2015 may be the year journalists actually get to use drones

Aussies reluctant to pay for video-on-demand, says SBS’ Ebeid

House of Cards season 3 piracy booms in countries without Netflix

Peter Quick on the rise of driverless cars

Paris in a panic as more drones seen over city

Google warns of US government ‘hacking any facility’ in the world

“We messed up badly here”: Lenovo admits to putting tracking software on your PC

SIM card maker to investigate claims of hacking by NSA, British spy agency

‘Overnight, everything I loved was gone’: the internet shaming of Lindsey Stone

What Metadata Retention looks like: Prepare to be shocked

Factory conditions for people who make Apple gadgets barely improving

IBM Australia set for first round of job cuts

Domestic Drones | American Civil Liberties Union

Drones Spotted, but Not Halted, Raise Concerns

Sophisticated algorithms make drones and cars smarter than ever

US airports to automate customs

Smart Meters: What Consumers Can Do To Get Them Removed

Samsung changes Smart TV privacy policy in wake of spying fears

Rapidly changing data formats create ‘digital black hole’ for old photos

Chinese film star Zhang Ziyi is proposed to – by drone

The robots aren’t going to kill you

South Korean woman’s hair ‘eaten’ by robot vacuum cleaner as she slept

The Finns will soon scrap the teaching of handwriting in schools. Should we follow suit?

Accused Silk Road mastermind ‘Dread Pirate Roberts’ convicted in US

Mind control, drones, holograms: The future of business?

British army creates team of Facebook warriors

IBM could cut 110,000 jobs

Responsibility claimed for White House drone breach as Secret Service investigates

Facebook and Instagram down worldwide after ‘hack’

Facebook sex tape case has implications for privacy law in Australia

Total Smart Grid Control: ”Warren Buffett Wants to Tell You When You Can Wash Your Clothes”

Liberace Is Going Back On Tour…As A Hologram

No check-in queues, automated security and just seven minutes from boarding to take-off

Japanese firm to sell talking robots

Man dies after three-day internet gaming binge

Air safety public servants strap in for workplace turbulence

Google Glass has been removed from sale

Drone Gets in Way of Landing Plane in New York

Drone crashes into Canning Vale house

How Verizon ATT Are Using Supercookies To Track You Online

Tor and Mozilla Team Up to Protect Internet Privacy

7 Examples of Police State Technology Making Our Rights Obsolete as we Head into 2015

How Many of These Secret Surveillance Programs Do You Know About?

Cricket Australia, Nine admit Smith was distracted by Spidercam

Virtual reality inches closer to homes as studios embrace medium

Extra second to be added to 2015, tech companies brace for problems

India’s Gargantuan Biometric Database Raises Big Questions

Nico Sell: ‘To me, the NSA and Edward Snowden are just the tip of the iceberg’

Australia has more phones than people

Feds are Funding Local Police “Beware” Program

Police Pre-Crime Algorithm Uses Social Media Posts Against You in Real Time

Facebook defamation: WA woman forced to pay ex-husband $12,500 in damages

2014

Security firm that says its research points to laid-off Sony staff, not North Korea

Drone rules to be toughened in new year following several Australian incidents

Regulator urges drone safety ahead of holidays

5 Reasons Police Body Cameras Are a Terrible Idea

Who Pays the Price? The Human Cost of Electronics

NASA ’emails’ spanner to space for the first time

FAA drone approvals bedeviled by warnings, conflict, internal e-mails show

Kangaroo takes on drone and wins with knock-out blow

Apple iPhone factory working conditions exposed in documentary

Sony Hack – The Hollywood Reporter

Cops of the future? British bobbies get a sci-fi makeover

New Startup Sets Out to Bring Google-Style AI to the Masses

Westpac launches fingerprinting access for online banking on iOs and Android devices

Mobile app sends store offers to shoppers walking by

Can Birds Be Trained To Bring Down Drones?

Copyright notices for photos on Facebook hardly worth sharing

George Clooney loses out to Robot

Professor Stephen Hawking warns development of artificial intelligence could mean end of human race

Ultrasonics may soon let you touch what you see in virtual reality

Canadian company pitches ‘Star Trek meets farming’ urban concept

Emerging Technologies that Will Change your Life

Amazon shows off robot workforce ahead of holiday rush

Sony’s New Movies Leak Online Following Hack Attack

Deregulation at the Heart of Japan’s New Robotics Revolution

Robots take China’s Manufacturing Floor

China Becomes Largest Buyer of Industrial Robots / 2045 Initiative

Statistics – IFR International Federation of Robotics

McKinsey Greater China – Coming To A Factory Near You

Bass Guitar Playing Robot

Robot Bass Player by Kolja Kugler

Giant junk robot plays the bass

Skynet drone-delivery mailbox in the running for $1m prize

Amazon to begin testing same-day delivery drones in Cambridge

DHL launches first commercial drone ‘parcelcopter’ delivery service

Google reveals home delivery drone program Project Wing

Near-collisions between drones, airliners surge, new FAA reports show

Innovation in ATM skimming: ‘wiretapping’

Evidence suggest US, UK behind mysterious Regin malware

Particle Fever catches the Large Hadron Collider in action

How your job could soon vanish thanks to the cloud

Online piracy websites set to be blocked

‘Chickenosaurus’: paleontologist aims to re-create the dinosaur in every chicken

Watch out Optus and Telstra: local councils want to become NBN internet providers

Drone strikes woman at crowded market in Mount Dora

Google to bring ‘Project Loon’ internet balloons to Australia

Facebook at Work: LinkedIn’s new biggest rival

Victoria election 2014: Coalition pledges to spend $127 million to fight obesity

Job applicants’ social media profiles now checked by companies as ‘common practice’

Flying defibrillator ‘ambulance drone’ prototypes unveiled

Dancing Jesus founder, Kane Robinson, jailed for illegal music sharing online

How the NSA Spies on Smartphones

Quantum of the Seas claims to be the most hi-tech cruise ship in the world

Samsung ‘Smart TV’ Records “Personal” Conversations & Sends Them to Third Parties

Fall of the Banner Ad: The Monster That Swallowed the Web

Scientist’s robot clone adds new dimension to life

Brain decoder can eavesdrop on your inner voice

How Many Solar Panels Do I Need To Power My Home?

‘No queues, no paper, no inconvenience’: NSW government wants to be like Apple

Hollywood hunts illegal Aussie downloaders

Telstra’s move to increase network access charges ludicrous, competitors say

China-backed hackers target Apple’s iCloud users: blog

China collecting Apple iCloud data; attack coincides with launch of new iPhone

Secret space plane lands at US air force base after unknown two-year mission

Uber drivers risk fines, Qld govt warns

Eye-in-the-sky drone banned

‘Hostile to privacy’: Snowden urges internet users to get rid of Dropbox

Voiceprint harvesting – the next frontier in data privacy war

Elon Musk: ‘Robots could wipe humans like spam’

3D manufacturing plant opens with Holden, Ford and Boeing

Is it possible to run a drone business with an ethical base?

One in three jobs will be taken by software or robots by 2025

ABC News 24 taken off air temporarily after malicious email attack

Rolls-Royce to add ‘robotic’ chauffeur

‘You are not a product’: Privacy-friendly ad-free ‘anti-Facebook’ network Ello explodes

On Facebook’s new ad platform, your data will follow you everywhere

TPG’s controversial new fibre-to-the-basement service launches

Can voice commands turn Apple’s Siri against you?

Hackers lock up thousands of Australian computers, demand ransom

Apple unveils new privacy protections, hits out at rivals

Buckle up: Security threats to connected cars get real

Gmail passwords leak online

The sky is no limit as smarter drones appear on technology’s horizon

Apple moves iCloud storage to Chinese data centre

iCloud Data Breach a Black Eye For Cloud In General

Big Brother (Zuckerburg) is Watching You

Fake mobile phone towers used to hack phones

Royal Caribbean’s latest ship sports a robot bar

China shows off surveillance prowess of new satellite

Bitcoin virtual currency can be used to pay for coffee, beer and facials

St George leads biometric charge with fingerprint login for mobile banking

Airport Security: Backscatter and Millimeter Wave Machines, What They Are And How To Tell the Difference

The real Skynet: New NSA autonomous weapons system intercepts threats and retaliates automatically

Alert: Popular truther’s computer hacked, all data, videos deleted

Kanye West is scared of drones, and he completely should be

IBM SyNAPSE chip mimics human brain and opens era of neural networks

IPCC this century’s ‘Chicken Little’

Google to face privacy lawsuit in the US

Automation, employment and a legal theory for ‘autonomous artificial agents’

Forget “OK Glass,” MindRDR Is A Google Glass App You Control With Your Thoughts

Catch of the Day warns users their credit cards may have been compromised back in 2011

Germany ‘may revert to typewriters’ to counter hi-tech espionage

Microsoft announces plans to cut up to 18,000 jobs

Scientists develop phase-changing robot material

This is how Sverker Johansson wrote 8.5 per cent of everything published on Wikipedia

Amazon seeks permission from United States Federal Aviation Administration for drone tests

US military studied how to influence Twitter users in Darpa-funded research

Way clear for Google to be sued over Street View snooping

China deploys drones to combat illegal polluters

Physicist Louis Del Monte believes that by 2045 machines will threaten human survival

“We May Only Have a Few Years” To Prevent Killer Robots

Chicago to Implement Street Pole Spy Boxes in the Name of ‘Safety’

Video games turned my son into raging school-hating monster

Central Banks in Other Countries to Require Biometrics to Bank

Apple smartwatch coming soon: report

Lifting restrictions on satellite imagery means even closer close-ups from space

Pepper-spray drone offered to South African mines for strike control

Scientists Use 3D Printing To Produce Blood Vessels

3D-Printed Body Parts Grow Regulatory Legs

Even toilets aren’t safe as hackers target connected homes

Vodafone reveals how governments around the world intercept calls and messages

Rise of the drones: how unmanned aircraft took off – video

From teledildonics to interactive porn: the future of sex in a digital age

Talking walls, robo-docs way of the future

NSA collecting millions of faces from web images

Users slam ‘creepy’ new feature that allows Facebook to listen in

Google wants to show ads through your car, fridge

ATM skimming case: Romanian man faces Sydney court over fraud charges

Passenger pilot dodges drone

Privacy fears as naked 3D body scanners roll out in Australia

Acceptance for biometric airport scans high after Malaysia Airlines disappearance

Macquarie University scientists to help create artificial life

EBay initially believed user data was safe after cyber attack

Google, Microsoft face take-down request overload after European court ruling

Meet the Internet Gatekeepers

Will You Swallow Google’s Edible Microchip?

Kids tracked by GPS watch

New Studies Show Health Risks From Wireless Technology

Auto Insurance Co. Tracks Drivers by GPS & Charges Per Mile Driven

Over taxis? Ridesharing apps like Uber and Backseat hit Australia

Futurist Morris Miselowski predicts the jobs we’ll be doing in 2050

Facebook’s ‘Nearby Friends’ feature is potentially creepy

Canadian teen arrested for stealing tax data with Heartbleed

Is your computer listening? Controlling our future with a wave of the hand

Australia’s first bitcoin ATM launches

Report says NSA exploited Heartbleed, kept flaw secret — but agency denies it

The Heartbleed Bug

What Is Heartbleed? The Video

Google accused of being selfish and playing favourites over Heartbleed security bug disclosure

Google buys drone-maker for supposedly non-evil reasons

What is the Deep Web and anonymous browser TOR?

What the internet will be like in 2025

German engineers design bionic kangaroo

Disputed Research Ends in Tragedy

Scientists hail synthetic chromosome advance

Melbourne’s Shrine of Remembrance scanned in 3D using CSIRO’s Zebedee tool

Robots open the door to more profitable farming

Facebook to buy Oculus VR for $2 billion

Google Glass partners with Ray-Ban, Oakley

Hidden iOS feature and app called FireChat will change how we communicate on iPhone

Meet the ‘most connected man’ in the world

Trucks may be tracked by GPS for fees

Here’s What The Internet Could Look Like In 2025

Is using a VPN to access blocked content illegal?

Hackers set their sights on smartphones, tablets

Major US Utility Firm Blasts Smart Meters As “Irrational” And “Security Risk”

Bionic brain: sci-fi or soon to become reality?

Apple and Tesla to join forces to make an iCar?

Britain’s supersonic super-drone Taranis tested over Australian desert

Robots to Breed with Each Other and Humans by 2045

30 things being 3D printed right now (and none of them are guns)

Commonwealth Bank’s PayTag helps your phone become your wallet

Fastest ever’ internet speeds reached in UK

Fresh discovery on Mars points to possibility of past life

Creepy Google at it again – ConspiracyOz

2013

Aussie invention eliminates piston rings

Schoolboy hacks Public Transport Victoria website

 Ex-DARPA Head Wants You to Swallow ID Microchips

Billionaire bunkers: Beyond the panic room, home security goes sci-fi

Donors to soon decide on saving face

NSA hacking methods revealed

Bitcoin: a digital puzzle with currency

Device implants will push the boundaries of what it means to be human

Google Seeks Internet Surveillance of the Smart Grid

Google buys new robots which run faster than humans: meet Wildcat

Google Wants Microphones In Your Ceiling & Microchips In Your Head

NSA spies infiltrate World of Warcraft, Second Life online games

Taser-Armed Robots for Crowd Control, Killer Robots

Robots to outnumber soldiers on the battlefield by 2023: Robotics expert

Noodle making robot popular in China

This Massive Robot Could Soon Join Marines on the Battlefield

Google to create a fashionable, prescription lenses for Glass: Report

Breakthrough Converts Wi-Fi to Electric Power as Efficiently as Solar Panels

Genetically engineered trees under USDA consideration could harm environment – report

Researchers unveil ‘shape-changing’ technology that could change computer interaction forever

Smart TVs not so smart when it comes to security, privacy

What’s with Google’s creepy lie-detecting neck tattoos?

3D printing ‘will change the world’

Call for WA to embrace driverless cars

New Xbox Can See Through Your Clothes Like TSA Scanners

Wi-Fi Spy Network Installed In Los Angeles?

DHS and FEMA Prepare for Power Grid Drill

Feds Deploy National Spy System of Microphones Capable of Recording Conversations

Apple looks to revolutionise its gadgets with motion-sensing tech

LEAKED: Secret Documents Reveal DHS Spy Grid

Google reportedly testing technology to track real-world consumer behaviour

Motorola wants to tattoo a smartphone receiver on your neck

IPCC this century’s ‘Chicken Little’

Anonymous Indonesia hacks dry cleaning, plumbing websites in response to Australia spy claims

Santa Rita jail in Dublin, California is the world’s greenest prison

NSA Hacks Google, You Need To See The Bigger Picture

Adobe Security Breach Could Affect As Many As 150 Million Users

Is China Exporting Household Goods with Spy Devices in Them?

WE ARE STAR PEOPLE: Scientific proof we were created by aliens

Canadian boy, 12, attacks government, police websites for hacker group Anonymous ‘in exchange for games’

The Next Iron Man is YOU

400-metre asteroid sighted may ‘blow up the earth’ in 2032

Creepily realistic robot can hold conversations and answer questions

Geminoid Robot looks just like its human master

Robot baby learns how to express human emotions

Child-robot With Biomimetic Body

Talk of the ‘Google implant’ will alarm fundamentalist Christians worried about the Mark of the Beast

State Liberals push to fast-track smart meters installed in South Australian homes

WildCat running robot is unveiled by Boston Dynamics and can run at 26kph

Security alert after mystery drone aircraft crashes into Sydney harbour bridge three days before Prince Harry arrives

Attractive female robot used as a tour guide for Chinese art expo is taken out of action after being groped by over-zealous tourists

Smart Grid Gone Stupid: Unmanned Train Goes Rogue and Crashes, Injuring 33

15% in US shun Internet; most intend to stay offline

New Intel Chips Contain Back-Door Processor, Hackable Even When Computer is Turned Off

A Warning Against Biometric Security: Apple’s iPhone 5 Already Hacked

NSW jail trials phone-jamming technology

Robots starting to feel the love

Detroit Government Shuts Down Power Because Residents Didn’t Conserve Electricity

Microsoft pares down MSN payroll

Global Smart ID For All UK Citizens

Kim Dotcom sues New Zealand for $7 million over illegal spying, raid

When ‘Smart Homes’ Get Hacked: I Haunted A Complete Stranger’s House Via The Internet

Cyber security ignored by Rudd, Abbott says security expert Phil Kernick

University launches zombie course based on The Walking Dead

Animal activists deploy spy drones

Life may have started on Mars, not Earth

DARPA to Genetically Engineer Humans by Adding a 47th Chromosome

Cisco to cut 4000 jobs

Researchers emerge with a menu after four months in space exploration test habitat

Google Chrome Exposes Passwords

3D Printed Rifle 2.0 Successfully Fires 14 Shots

What Google Knows About You

One way only reality check for our favourite Martians

Spy program tracks ‘nearly all’ web use

Technology giants ‘rip Aussies off’

Patent awarded for “behavioral recognition” surveillance software system

ZCorp’s 3D Printer replicates a wrench

ODD 3D printed guitar first sound test

The Grizzly: First Fully 3D Printed Rifle Gets a Shot Off

The Atlas looks like the most insane home video-gaming experience ever

Self-Assembling Autonomous Drones Launched

3D printers open up new dimension

3D-printed guns stir more buzz than bang

Industrial Internet- Pushing the Boundaries of Minds and Machines

Drones and driverless trucks and LHDs – automation is the future of Australian mining

Dr. Greg Jenkins Exposed During Ambush Interview of Dr. Judy Wood

Dr. Greg Jenkins Interview with Dr. Judy Wood

What really happens to your deleted files

Amazing 3D Printer

Mcor Iris True Color 3D Printer – an Idea on Whats Coming To Australia July 25th 2013 – ConspiracyOz

Forget The Nano Car Heres The Urbee! – ConspiracyOz

Violent video games don’t produce anti-social behaviour in player, study finds

Tokyo museum guide Asimo not yet a people person

Google Glass: privacy fears continue

New device turns public transport windows into ads by beaming sound into your head

Warning over gamers’ headset

Controlling the minds of cockroaches using Microsoft’s Xbox Kinect

Gamers have grown up, so should our censors over Saints Row IV

Microsoft lulls Xbox fans to accept Orwellian surveillance

Google’s Motorola May Give You Tattoo or Vitamin Password

Coming soon to the lounge room: Holographic TV

Mafia claims pioneering test of killer drones

PalTalk: The PRISM company that you may have never heard of

Nikola Tesla: Calling All Freethinkers!

Photographs that reveal an alien planet? No – the breathtaking animated simulations of the world within the HUMAN BODY

Federal judge orders Google to hand over data to FBI

Breakthrough in cloned embryos poses ethical concerns

Buzz Aldrin says US must colonize Mars

Your very own drone, to follow you home

Australian police seek thousands of Microsoft user details

Police want ‘kill switch’ for smartphones

U.S. gives big, secret push to Internet surveillance

Monster hurricane on Saturn captured by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft

3D printing ‘could herald new industrial revolution’

Reality show to send people to Mars

High-tech wheels give drivers blues

Nazis had plan for giant ‘sun gun’ to fry cities from outer space using solar power

Robot swarms trained to fetch and carry

Neuroscience, Obama’s BRAIN Project, and Military Mind Control

Activists launch campaign against ‘autonomous weapons’: Killer robots must be stopped

New Xbox Reportedly Won’t Let You Play (Unless It Can Spy On You)

Big Brother is watching you at work

Media reforms ignore digital news sites

Frankly, the USA has got your number

Freescale reveals ARM chip you can eat

Google Glass: Transhumanist Nightmare

Star wars technologies force Defence rethink

Is the Universe a Computer Simulation?

Smart meter zapping broadband connection | The Courier

Self-drive cars the way of the future

Can Google Turn Its Glass Dream Into Reality?

Beam me up, Scotty! Real-life Star Trek tractor beam created by scientists at University of St Andrews

Planned GPS tracking of more parolees criticised

Virtual Reality, The Oculus Rift and Human Computer Interfaces

Synthetic Biology: the potential and the problems of re-engineering life

How the federal government killed Aaron Swartz

Why hackers should be afraid of how they write

North Adelaide traders keen for smart card

Australia’s first R18+ video game to hit shelves soon

Texas’ Bexar County plans to introduce ‘bookless’ digital libraries

Are consumers ready for television watching back?

France sets requirements for nano-particle

2012

Access to private net, phone use up by 20% – without warrants

The CIA wants to spy on you through your TV: Agency director says it will ‘transform’ surveillance

The internet is leaving children brain-dead: Inventor warns ‘Google generation who spend life in front of screens

Microsoft Could Have The Kinect Spy On You

Obama secretly signs warrantless phone surveillance law

GPS to track WA’s worst sex predators

Social media app Foursquare cracks down on anonymity

China launches rival GPS satellite system

ViaSat Military Communications and US Ignite Ensure Government-Controlled Internet

A billion Chinese to get an NBN for a third of the cost of ours

Experiments to see if the universe exists within a computer simulation from the future

Shocking Next-Gen Law Enforcement Handcuff System Revealed

Telco ‘bill shock’ in firing line as Perth woman threatens to take legal action against Telstra over $148,000 mobile bill ‘nightmare’

Secret US space plane mission for the X-37B revealed

‘Tap and go’ payment system makes credit card fraud easier, police warn

Wi-fi bunfight over hackers at Macca’s

University Uses Tesla Technology to Wirelessly Charge Electric Bus

Smart Meters

9/11: Explosive Evidence – Experts Speak Out

Caught On Camera: Woman Goes Into Cardiac Arrest During Traffic Stop

The ‘creepy’ mannequin that spies on you: Shops use dummies fitted with airport security to profile customers

ID scans raise privacy fears

Radiation-proof robot may help Japan

Rights group urges ban on killer robots

The dark side of SCIENCE: Here’s what scientists don’t want you to see

Yes, the FBI and CIA can read your email. Here’s how

911 Dust by Jeff Prager – Final Version

‘Indoor GPS’: Every step you take, every move you make, Google’s got maps for you

PayPal set to launch facial-recognition for ins-store purchasing via smartphones

New credit card has LCD screen, touch-sensitive buttons

Newly discovered planet HD 40307g seven times bigger than earth could support life,

Government gives up plan for internet filter

Telcos slash data on mobile plans

Federal Court Approves Use of Hidden Surveillance Cameras

12 Simple Steps to VeriChip the World

Burnt by the sun as solar credits in limbo

Britain seeks ‘Xbox generation’ spies

Dutch proposal to search and destroy foreign computers

Trolls or criminals? UK law wrestles with social media

Wear radio chip or leave, school tells students

Electromagnetic weapon

Turnbull’s doubts on storing digital data

An eye for a buy: bank looks to retina and fingerprint technology

Growlers arrive for RAAF crew training

TSA to install molecular body scanners

Stunning Developments BattleProd Less-Lethal Combat/Tactical Stun Baton: 3-5 Million Volts!

‘Spyware’ installed on Australian rental laptops

Facebook to adopt add tracking

Google and Gmail blocked in Iran

Apple’s home-grown Maps leaves users lost

Web companies fuzzy on free speech

Police handed data on myki users

The Journal of 9/11 Research

Digital storm on the horizon

We’re slaves to new products, but no closer to happiness

Privacy watchdog urges debate on aerial drones

Mankind set to cross the final frontier

Digital history could be lost forever due to changing devices, says expert

‘Jetman’ flies alongside iconic Spitfire

Shape-shifting cars solve parking woes

Digital rights and you: why iPod music dies hard

iPhone 5 release date rumours mount

Breakthrough: Harvard creates ‘cyborg’ cells

The ‘idiot box’ is evolving into a gigantic beast

Passwords and Credit Card Numbers Hacked!

Cyborg tissue is half living cells, half electronics

New law to control cyber data

NaturalNews exclusive: US government developing ultimate cyber weapon; Prime-factoring quantum computing makes encryption obsolete

Generating interest, and plenty of power

Ludlam’s TrapWire questions go unanswered

Shamoon virus targets energy sector infrastructure

Are Sound Waves the Future of Mobile Marketing?

US military to test hypersonic vehicle over Pacific

Early man was not alone, study finds

Crime fighting smartphone application launched by New York State Senator Eric Adams

TrapWire investigation links transit systems and Anonymizer in global surveillance network

Australian telcos swamped by Manila floods

Google fined $22.5m for privacy breach

Electric car sales lose spark around the world and in Australia

Australian scientists make the leap on computer security

Apple cloud burst: how hacker wiped Mat’s ‘life’

Police commissioner Andrew Scipione under fire for video game comments

Clinton hopes drones can find Kony

Skype makes chats and user data more available to police

Digital wallets wave in new era

Draconian ‘Wi-Fi police’ stalk Olympic Games

Digital pills make their way to market

Visa cash card that also acts as proof of age to be launched for 12-year-olds

You Think GMO Is Scary? Nano Tech is Here, In Your Store

Google failed to delete private data

‘Minority Report’ software hits the real world

McDonald’s says hi-tech specs ‘sparked privacy fears’

Woman Defends Property Against Smart Meter Invasion

Rise of the machines

US geoengineers to spray sun-reflecting chemicals from balloon

Raytheon’s Purpose-Built UAS Bomb Ready For Live Tests

Facebook Banking on a Cashless Society

Facebook monitoring chat for criminal activity

New Homeland Security Laser Scanner Reads People At Molecular Level

NBC, Google, Stage ‘War Games’ To Prepare for Olympic Disruptions

Chance of a second life as US-based Cryonics Institute plans to establish a deep-freeze facility in Australia by 2014

Smart meter power switch

Telstra accused of Next G web ‘stalking’

Scientists may have found ‘God particle’

Money spinner

Disappearing cash gives way to e-wallet

Why Is the Government Collecting Your Biometric Data?

Drones For Eight Year Olds….LMAO!

UK military firms in bid for ‘drones’ take-off

Combat commuters: dishing out death with drones

DATA DETOUR: Spying? No, we’re tracking for a web filter, says Telstra

Crims sexploiting cyber loophole

Rio+20 is greatest threat to biodiversity

http://face.com/

NSA social spy network Facebook to use facial recognition technology to track individuals across photos, videos

Apple accused of ripping off customers over its next version of the iPhone

Antisocial Networking

The Insects Are Watching: The Future of Government Surveillance Technology

Pentagon report lists 110 potential drone bases in the United States

Japan to develop drones to monitor radiation

Flame virus linked to Stuxnet: researchers

DNA-Destroying Chip Being Embedded Into Mobile Phones

Where’s the outcry on the U.N. push to regulate the Internet?

How to Prevent Drone Pilot PTSD: Blame the ‘Bot

Microdrone buzz means hard rain for mosquitoes

The cost of smart meters and time-of-use tariffs

NWO Agenda 2012 Cashless Society IBM Commercial 

Photos of ‘new iPhone’ leak

Want to Buy Your own ‘Defeat the New World Order’ DRONE?

Turnbull queries Google tax bill

Facebook gurus cashed out before stock plunge

The Mosquito Sound Gun?

Rego stickers to be scrapped

Facebook ‘Classic Example of Investor Greed’: Bogle

PAY UP: Student charged six figures for pirating 30 songs

Traders ‘unfriend’ Facebook as shares fall

HP poised to cut up to 30,000 jobs

Scientists shatter quantum teleportation record

Woman uses thoughts to move robotic arm

Holographic storage: the best way to store digital files?

Cashless payments creep closer

Super police cars will scan thousands of cars

After The Government Microchips Our Soldiers, How Long Will It Be Before They Want To Put A Microchip In YOU

Downloading Data Directly Into Your Brain?

Escalation by Default: The Future of NATO Nuclear Weapons in Europe

The $1b new town where nobody’s home

Masters Of The World: HAARP Wars

British PM faces backlash over ‘snooping’ plans

Google ‘aware of data scoop’

Why your wi-fi network is never safe

Death of anonymity on the web: battle lines drawn

How your mobile phone can be turned into a credit card – it could mean the end of small cash payments in 5 years

Samsung to release smart TVs with voice and facial recognition

50 Top Astronauts, Scientists, Engineers Sign Letter Claiming Extremist GISS Is Turning NASA Into A Laughing Stock!

NASA 1976 Mars mission discovers life

Scientists begin work on road network in the sky

Hacking Expert David Chalk Joins Urgent Call to Halt Smart Grid

OMG! WTF?

Holden to develop cars for China

Helping not hindering: 5000 artists choose Pirate Bay website over record studios

Street-legal flying car cleared for take-off

National DNA database ‘worth discussing’

Spying, flying and delivering tacos – with drones, the sky’s the limit

School security CCTV puts bullies on pause

10 places you’re not allowed to see on Google Maps

Camera Uses Femtosecond Laser to See Around Corners

Is that your tatt ringing?

I’ll need your resume and your Facebook passwords

Terrorists use online games like Call of Duty to plot attacks

Phone rays harmed unborn mice, study finds

Five ways to control your privacy on Google

Enemy of the internet: Australia under surveillance for violating online freedoms

Eyes in the sky: how unmanned aircraft could patrol our beaches (and more)

Ability to repel attack is dead in the water

Hunted by mobile spies: companies are using apps to mine your personal information

Could hackers seize control of your car?

Eric the jammer silences mobile phones on buses

Robot Cheetah used to dodge. Now it hunts

NASA laptop with space station control codes stolen

If you use Google, you may want to read this

WikiLeaks release more than five million Stratfor company emails

Tata Motors selects China partner for JLR plant

Google to launch ‘Terminator-style’ smart glasses: report

Climate Change II:

Google tricked Apple’s Safari privacy settings, tracked users: report

Cop chases himself after being mistaken for burglar by CCTV operator

CCTV cameras to be fitted in taxis as ‘Big Brother’ tapes cab conversations

US seeks to mine social media to predict future

Gilberto Sanchez jailed for pirate copy of X-Men Origins: Wolverine

Congress launches ‘Attack of the drones’

Cyber expert on smart grid: massive vulnerability, who’s accountable?

Bill Gates backs climate scientists lobbying for large-scale geoengineering

Stuff They Don’t Want You To Know – Nikola Tesla

Project Camelot interviews Joseph Farrell

Cleaner Internet? New World Order Internet!

Smart Meter Fears

Look who’s listening in to FBI

Could facial recognition technology destroy ‘redundant and bankrupt’ passwords?

An ACTA of war: Secret censor tool to shake up world wide web

Where Did The Towers Go?

New Google Data Policy Raising Major Privacy Concerns

Directed Energy Technology

German Hackers Are Building a DIY Space Program to Put Their Own Uncensored Internet into Space

The latest green fad, electric cars, will have no effect on the global climate

SOPA ‘Blackout Sites’ Include Google, Wikipedia, WordPress

Factbox: The ‘Stop Online Piracy Act’ explained

Hackers Aim to Use DIY Satellites to Create Uncensored Internet Rooted In Space

Zappos says hacker compromised accounts

Why We Love The Car Industry

LG smart fridge tells you what to buy, cook and eat

Red Lights Newest ‘Precrime’ Technique

Scary chinese army

DNA McSpray to foil thieves

Parkway’s use of fitness monitors raises privacy questions

Cheap TVs made in China hitting retailers hard

The secrets hidden in the pyramids of Egypt (Harun Yahya)

Sensor technology to clamp down on disabled parking rogues

Rego site open to attack

Bring in bug squad: insects may help in rescues

Local Cops Ready for War With Homeland Security-Funded Military Weapons

The Carrier IQ conspiracy

WikiLeaks Exposing “Mass Surveillance Industry”

Bosses finger printing scan all staff at Qantas, Dan Murphy’s, Breville and Unomedical

Woman, 85, claims she was strip-searched at JFK airport

Telstra probes privacy breach amid outage

CIA suspected for ‘super weapon’ attack on Iranian nuclear plant

Beware, shoplifters, whotube is watching

Your Phone Carrier Is Tracking You; Here’s How to Disable It

Kinect 2 will be able to read your lips

Spy files: WikiLeaks exposes global surveillance industry

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 takes $775m in five days

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  1. xbox army reminds me of that old movie TOYS starring robin williams and ll cool j
    its worth a watch i think the writers of that moviemight have seen this coming

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