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    • renuka devi

      Uh oh. Reddit got a hold of a hi-res Kim Jong-un photo.

      Now they’ve gone and done it. The Supreme Leader of North Korea is already a loose canon with plans for taking out Colorado Springs, TX. Now he’ll have even more of a reason to hate America once he sees how his glorious portrait has been masterfully manipulated by the front page of t...

      Tags: Offbeat, Asia, Colorado Springs, Kim Jong, Kim Jong-un, Nicolas Cage, North Korea, reddit, United States, Tech News

      • renuka devi

        14 amazing steampunk keyboards

        In recent years, the popularity of SteamPunk seems to have lost its steam a bit in popular culture, but those who still love the mix of modern technological insights with 19th century style and sensibilities hold to the fictional beautification of society as if it were a full-blown movement. As ...

        Tags: Offbeat, Art, Kenneth Branagh, Science fiction, Steam engine, steampunk, United States, Victorian architecture, Wild Wild West, Tech News

        • renuka devi

          If drones are the future, what kind of future do they bring?

          For years the U.S military has been using unmanned aerial vehicles, also known as UAVs or drones, to dominate its enemies. Being used frequently for such purposes as surveillance, transportation, and armed attacks, drones have come to play a predominant role in America’s conflicts in the G...

          Tags: Technology, Andrew Jackson, Benjamin Franklin, Department of Homeland Security, Greater Middle East, pakistan, United States, United States Department of Homeland Security, Unmanned aerial vehicle, Tech News

          • renuka devi

            CISPA is dead but cybersecurity legislation will rear its ugly head again

            There’s a rush going on in Washington DC right now. It has been going on for over 2 years now and will continue until they get something done. The topic – cybersecurity. The latest failed legislation – CISPA. US News is reporting that the US Senate will not take up the cybersec...

            Tags: Lifestyle, barack obama, cispa, Computer security, Jay Rockefeller, privacy, Senate, United States, United States Senate, Tech News

            • renuka devi

              Can Anonymous organize the anti-CISPA internet blackout on April 22nd?

              The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act has not drawn the same uproar that its SOPA predecessor received last year. It’s not because it’s any less dangerous to the privacy of those using the internet. It’s not that there’s any less information about it. CISPA is...

              Tags: Offbeat, anonymous, Facebook, Federal government of the United States, Google, Stop Online Piracy Act, United States, US government, wikipedia, Tech News

              • renuka devi

                West Virginia lawmakers pushing to ban Google Glass while driving

                It’s a good thing that Google is building a driverless car because lawmakers are already sending shots across the bow to stop Google Glass from being used while driving. For a device that hasn’t even been released to the public yet, it’s certainly getting a lot of attention. Th...

                Tags: Google, Gary G. Howell, Google Glass, Howell, Project Glass, Texting while driving, United States, West Virginia, Tech News

                • renuka devi

                  The Snowden snowball effect: why one man started an avalanche

                  His is a face that will be remembered for years and a name that will be remembered for decades. It isn’t what he revealed that will cause his legacy to endure. It’s the effects of his actions that will continue to resonate as long as the United States is still a world super power. Wh...

                  Tags: Offbeat, Americans, Big Brother, Brazil, Edward Snowden, National Security Agency, NSA, Russia, United States, Tech News

                  • renuka devi

                    CISPA is a comprehensive con job designed to pull the veil over the eyes of the world

                    There’s a scene in The Matrix where Keanu Reeves‘ character, Neo, gets the tar beaten out of him by Agent Smith. After an extremely intense fight that has him narrowly avoiding death by jumping out of the way of an oncoming train, he is tired and staggering away. The train stops and ...

                    Tags: Technology, Automattic, Computer security, Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, Keanu Reeves, Matrix, reddit, SOPA, Stop Online Piracy Act, United States, wikipedia, Tech News

                    • renuka devi

                      If you’re not afraid of #CISPA, you’re not really paying attention

                      SOPA was a black eye for the US government. Nothing in the last few decades can compare to the complete turnaround Washington DC had to make once the people of the internet and websites across the web made their opposition to the bill known back in January, 2012. Now, the politicians and other e...

                      Tags: Technology, cispa, Computer security, Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, government, privacy, Stop Online Piracy Act, United States, US government, Tech News

                      • renuka devi

                        UFO activity in March, 2013

                        It was only yesterday that we covered February’s list. Now, we’re jumping right into March so we don’t continue to fall behind. The UFO phenomenon has been accelerating over the last few years. Some of it is due to the increase in the number of devices that are ever-ready for t...

                        Tags: Offbeat, December 2012, February, Organizations, Paranormal, Shutterstock, ufo, Unidentified flying object, United States, Tech News