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The U.S Army is slowly becoming much like science fiction and video games. The latest gadget from the army is a futuristic soldier helmet called the Helmet Electronics and Display System-Upgradeable Protection. That’s a long name for a cool helmet.
Basically, the helmet is a modular version of the current head gear, but with a face protective 9mm plating along with a heads up display powered by an Android smartphone.…Read More »
Having to deal with spam on a daily basis is a huge problem for many Internet users. To make matters worse, things haven’t changed much in 2013 compared to a year ago where spamming is concerned, so who is to blame?…Read More »
You might not have guessed it, but out of the 25 most loved brands in America, several of them are from the tech industry. NewMediaMetrics has released the results of its yearly LEAP survey where it listed the top 25 loved brands in the United States.…Read More »
Bradley Manning (the US soldier who gave info to Wikileaks) begs President Obama for pardon, also wants to become a woman
Bradley Manning was recently sentenced to 35 years in prison for sharing secretive government documents to Wikileaks. Spending 35 years in prison at 25 is not something that bodes well with Manning, which is probably the main reason behind his decision to send President Obama a letter to state his case for a full pardon.…Read More »
The PRISM project is a big deal in the United States, but it looks like it is becoming a bigger deal across the rest of the world as (some) computer users appear to refrain from trusting U.S. based cloud-computing companies. According to the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, the PRISM program could cost American cloud computing companies $35 billion in revenue in the long term as consumer fears heighten.…Read More »
A new report by Piper Jaffray analyst, Gene Munster, claims current model iPhones are more valuable on the resale market when compared to the line of Samsung Galaxy Android based smartphones. According to Jaffray, iPhones in the U.S. and China are way ahead of the Samsung Galaxy despite losing small percentages in value and growing in some cases.…Read More »
Thousands of Internet users are expected to face an Internet blackout from July 9, 2012 (this coming Monday). Whom will be affected, you ask? The users who’s machines are infected by the DNSChanger malware.
DNSChanger is a piece of malware developed by six Estonian cybercriminals.…Read More »