Exploring bleeding edge experiments, oddities, new and bizarre dicoveries, and fact-checking conspiracy theories since 2008. No question is out of bounds and no topic is too strange for a deep dive.
Resistance to Huawei's technology being implemented across the world for new 5G networks isn't xenophobia or tech feudalism. It's a sober stance based on China's behavior.
WikiLeaks decided to use Twitter to settle scores, implying a heavy use of doxxing to silence its critics and detractors.
If you're going to network thousands of important devices together, make sure your network is actually secure.
DARPA wants a program that can monitor your actions and predict your every move. Is that even remotely plausible?
It seems amazing how many people seem shocked and befuddled that governments viciously compete with one another on the world stage.
WeCU Technologies thinks it can read the minds of would-be terrorists , and they want to test their approach at airports. Unfortunately, their approach is unlikely to work.
No one wants the authorities snooping on them 24/7. So why did they vote for politicians who promised to do exactly that and delivered on that promise?