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By WaySide on July 28, 2020
Google is working on smart tattoos that, when applied to skin, will transform the human body into a living touchpad via embedded sensors.
Cloudflare, Google, and OpenDNS all have issues at the same time…. Uncle Sam testing the internet kill switch?
By WaySide on July 17, 2020
CloudFlare is one of the largest internet infrastructure companies on the planet, and its DDoS mitigation and DNS services are incredibly popular.
Facebook Files Patent for System That Hides Audio Clips in TV Ads to Trigger Phones to Record Background Noise
By WaySide on July 13, 2020
Facebook is known for being creepy – to say the least. They recently admitted to wrongly sharing user data with 3rd party apps AGAIN.
Michigan passes law that would make it illegal for companies to force their employees to be implanted with microchips
By WaySide on July 7, 2020
As employers around the U.S. implant microchips in workers to track productivity, the Michigan House passed a bill making them voluntary in the state.
China-Controlled ‘TikTok’ Is ‘Data Collection Service Thinly-Veiled As A Social Network’… Delete It Now.
By WaySide on July 5, 2020
While young, American users continue to use the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)-controlled app to agitate against America, they’re also handing a treasure trove of data over to the app developers without knowing it.
By WaySide on June 24, 2020
The current Saharan dust episode is leading to the worst dust storm in the Caribbean in decades. Over the weekend, Saharan dust moved into the Caribbean.
By WaySide on June 23, 2020
Enter a 3 digit number, ie: “666 new cases” and Google will oblige, along with Bing, Duck Duck Go, FindX and ect. – Video
By WaySide on May 28, 2020
Been on the internet a while, thought I would share, enjoy.
By WaySide on May 10, 2020
Brigadier General Robert S. Spalding said in a 2019 interview that humans will not be able to opt out of the pervasive 5G network.
By WaySide on April 20, 2020
Microsoft 60606 patent application that details the use of subconscious thoughts as a proof-of-work concept with the intention of mining cryptocurrency.
By WaySide on April 16, 2020
A dozen Ford Motor Co. workers are experimenting with wearable social-distancing devices that could be deployed more widely once the carmaker reopens idled manufacturing plants.
New Google site shows where people in a community are taking social distancing seriously — and where they’re not
By WaySide on April 1, 2020
Google has launched a new website that uses anonymous location data collected from users of Google products and services to show the level of social distancing taking place in various locations. The COVID-19 Community Mobility Reports web site will show population data trends of six categories: Retail and recreation, grocery and pharmacy, parks, transit stations, workplaces, and […]
By WaySide on January 11, 2020
The House on Wednesday overwhelmingly passed three bills aimed at upgrading the U.S. telecommunications grid to 5G—including one resolution barring the consideration of nationalizing the industry. “This legislation looks to be a handout to big telecom, securing a rollout for a technology the industry has long been pushing, and which we do not yet fully […]
By WaySide on April 22, 2014
A new brand of powdered alcohol – designed to be mixed into a drink or sprinkled over food – has been signed off by the US government and will be available in autumn of this year. American drinkers could find themselves sprinkling their favourite beverage rather than pouring it, as powdered alcohol brand ‘Palcohol’ is […]
By WaySide on April 2, 2014
As it turns out, there is a way to prevent strangers from seeing your home online through Google Maps. Many Americans don’t realize it, but Google actually has vehicles driving around the United States taking what are called “street view” pictures. If your home can be seen from a public street, there’s a good chance […]
By WaySide on March 31, 2014
On April 8, 2014, Windows XP’s come to the end of its support life-cycle. After that, it appears 37 percent of you are planning on continuing with XP without support. You may also have considered switching to a Mac and gotten hives from just the thought, or contemplated a Chromebook but couldn’t get past the […]
By WaySide on March 3, 2014
The pursuit of truth in modern scientific query is marred by greed, profit and only a concept of truth built on the assumption of an unexamined good. While pharmaceutical drug approvals, genetically modified foods and various other controversial technologies may appear to be based on “science”, corporate interests and profits often interfere with the true […]
By WaySide on February 9, 2014
Identity theft, fraudulent payments, and accidental misuse of funds are all realities in our fast paced economy. In recent years however, technology has played a huge role in securing financial assets. PINs and security codes have been the status quo for basic financial security, but two friends in New Jersey are taking that concept a […]
By WaySide on February 6, 2014
SAN FRANCISCO — Google intends to make even more of a splash in Americans’ homes. On Monday, it reached a deal to buy Nest, the maker of highly-styled digital smoke alarms and thermostats, for $3.2 billion in cash. Nest, based in Palo Alto, Calif., has generated lots of buzz and sterling reviews for its aesthetic […]
By WaySide on January 22, 2014
Some of us humans have become concerned about neuroscience research conducted under Obama’s BRAIN project, as well as similar research sponsored by the European Union in even greater amounts of money – it exceeds $1 billion combined. The goal is nothing short of decoding the human brain and discovering new ways to develop both narrative […]