The FBI Wants To Log Everything You Do Online
The FBI is putting the pressure on ISPs to keep logs of what user do online, and then to keep these records for at least two years.
Superfast Bullet Trains Are Finally Coming to the U.S.
Bullet trains are coming. Planners are finally beginning to make headway on what will be the largest, most complicated infrastructure project ever attempted in the US.
Will Google’s Nexus One Unlock the Cell Phone Industry?
Googles new Nexus One will be sold unlocked, free to use at any cell phone carrier.
Desperate CA Police Turn Police Into Robo-Cops With New Head-Mounted Cams
A Cash strapped California police dept. wants $4 million to mount robo-cop camera tech to every officer.
AT&T survives Operation Chokehold
Blogger “Fake Steve Jobs” led a massive protest today against AT&T’s overpriced data fees.
Cali Teen Runs Up $22,000 Verizon Phone bill
The man says his Verizon Wireless bill soared after his son downloaded about 1.4 million kilobytes of data last month, without a data plan.
Google: Privacy Does Not Exist Anymore
Despite multiple warnings of “No Tresspassing” on the pirvate blocked off street, Google’s street view camera managed to get shots of the house.
Bionic Man: Amputee Controls Robotic Hand With Brain
A robotic hand has been successfully connected to an amputee. Allowing him to feel sensations in the artificial limb and control it with his thoughts
Everything You Want to Know About the HAARP Project
Proof of HAARP Conspiracies and evidence that shows HAARP is being used today.
Courtroom First: Brain Scan Used in Murder Sentencing
A defendant’s fMRI brain scan has been used in court for what is believed to be the first time.