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Why Today’s Security Measures Just Don’t Cut It | WIRED
The security challenges that businesses face on a daily basis are innumerable. In fact, we’ve spent the last thirty years securing all thing
Google announces “Cast” line of home audio products
Piggybacks off Chromecast protocol to send tunes to compatible third-party devices.
Kazakhstan villagers suffer from unknown sleeping disorder - Art Bell
Every tenth villager of Kazakhstan’s Kalachi has unexpectedly fallen asleep in broad daylight – some unable to wake up for several days. Des
Tech Time Warp: Meet the Prehistoric Predecessors of Today's Smart Techn...
Today’s devices are so beautifully designed, so powerful, and so deeply and seamlessly integrated with the Internet of Things that it’s easy
New paper finds strong evidence the Sun has controlled climate over the ...
A paper published today in Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics finds a “strong and stable correlation” between the millenni
This intelligent water leak detection system turns off your water if a p...
Water Hero protects your home against burst pipes, slow leaks, and long showers.
Man Drinks 10 Cans of Coke a Day for Three Months | Oddity Central - Col...
50-year-old George Prior has challenged himself to drink 10 Cokes a day for three months to show the harmful effects the sugar in the popula
OUCH: ‘PolitiFact’ Had a Nasty Little Surprise for ‘Emperor Obama’ About...
by Gina Cassini | Top Right News. Barack Obama once claimed that he could never go “on my own” and enact executive amnesty for illegal alien
LEGAL Immigrant Shreds Obama for His Amnesty Decree in an EPIC Twitter R...
by Gina Cassini | Top Right News. Americans of all stripes reacted with outrage over 'Emperor' Obama's unlawful usurpation of Congressional
Google Says It Can Now Launch Up To 20 Project Loon Balloons Per Day
Google's Project Loon, the company's effort to deliver Internet access from balloons that travel around the world in the stratosphere, conti
The man who can hear Wi-Fi wherever he walks - health - 12 November 2014...
Frank Swain has been going deaf since his 20s. Now he has hacked his hearing so he can listen in to the data that surrounds us
The Haunted History Of Halloween [Video] - Art Bell
Do the souls of the dead roam free during this time of the year? Are the ghosts friendly? What should I do as someone who lives on a former
Broadcasters want phones to come with a 'hybrid' radio format
You may think that radio is dying in an era when on-demand music streaming is nearly ubiquitous, but some of the world's biggest broadcaster
$100 … $80 … $70? $60? $50? How low will oil prices go? - CSMonitor.com
Crude oil prices have fallen to a four-year low, leaving producers and consumers wondering: Where's the price floor? The answer lies with Sa
The collective suicide of conservative talk-radio | Human Events
No wonder liberals are happy.
Scientist Received Standing Ovation For Advocating Wipe Out 90% Of Popul...
Earlier we reported, "Creator Of Gov't Experimental Ebola Drug Joked About Depopulation With Engineered Virus" Now we learn that its not the
Fast-charging batteries will power your gadgets for 20 years
Fast-charging batteries are all nice and good, but the lifespan matters, too -- why should you have to replace power packs (or entire device
Carl Icahn Is Right: iPhone Users Will Never Drop Apple | WIRED
A billionaire tycoon with a taste for publicity hardly needs more support, but the inescapable truth is Carl Icahn is right about the iPhone