Liberation requires collaboration between free thinkers without infringement or censorship. In another age, we could meet in public spaces. Today avoiding the Crown’s surveillance requires we exchange encrypted communication.

Assange: Google Is Not What It Seems (Publisher Recommended)

In June 2011, Julian Assange received an unusual visitor: the chairman of Google, Eric Schmidt, arrived from America at Ellingham Hall, the country house in Norfolk, England where Assange was living under house arrest.

From Crossbows To Cryptography: Techno-Thwarting The State

One of the clearest, classic triumphs of technology over tyranny I see is the invention of the man-portable crossbow. With it, an untrained peasant could now reliably and lethally engage a target out to fifty meters - even if that target were a mount

Skype provides realtime language translation for nine languages works with Skype...

Skype provides realtime language translation for nine languages works with skype, mobile phones and landlines

SpaceX wants to launch 4,425 satellites into space to bring super-fast internet to the world

Elon Musk's SpaceX wants to launch thousands of satellites into space with the aim of providing super-fast global internet coverage, according to a regulatory filing.

Arizona Breakfast Club - November 5, 2016 - Featured speaker was Craig Carnahan on Ham Radio

Monthly Meeting of the Arizona Breakfast Club. Featured speaker was Craig Carnahan, VP of Sales at CyberGear; Owner RF Gear 2 Go. He spoke about communications and Ham Radio.

Privacy for anyone anywhere

Tails is a live operating system, that you can start on almost any computer from a DVD, USB stick, or SD card. It aims at preserving your privacy and anonymity, and helps you to:

Prepping 101: $35 Long Distance Ham Radio Sends Morse w/Android Ap

There is nothing worse than being cut off from your family. But as we move further and further apart from each other, and rely more and more on a single technology to even speak, the chances of being cut off have become overwhelmingly probable.

Practical Reasons to Learn Morse Code for Survival

This article is about Morse code and why, as a prepper,you should learn just a smattering for survival purposes. Before you groan, hear me out.

BITCOIN 2014 - Keynote - Dr. Patrick Byrne, Overstock CEO (PUBLISHER RECOMMENDED)

BITCOIN 2014 - Keynote - Dr. Patrick Byrne, Overstock CEO

Patrick Byrne - Liberalism, Social Justice, and the Cryptorevolution (PUBLISHER RECOMMENDED)

Patrick Byrne, Founder and CEO of, presents his talk "Liberalism, Social Justice, and the Cryptorevolution" as the guest of the Departments of Economics and Philosophy and the Executive Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, ...



Kodi (xbmc) how to watch latest movies and tv shows in HD for free!

In this video i showed you how to install kodi and how to watch anything you want in great quality for free without any ads showing

New 1-Terabit internet satellites will deliver high-speed internet to remote areas

ViaSat's next satellite carries triple the network capacity

LED Lighting Will Deliver Li-Fi Internet Data At 100 Times Fastest Wi-Fi

Connecting your smartphone to the web with just a lamp -- that is the promise of Li-Fi, featuring Internet access 100 times faster than Wi-Fi with revolutionary wireless technology.

Dirt Cheap Concealable High-Gain Indoor 2-Meter Ham Antenna Project For Beginners

This is a fun, almost novice-level construction project for anyone who has a 2-meter ham radio walkie talkie (e.g., the $26 Baofeng UV-5) and would like more effective range without having to buy an amplifier.

4 Must-have communication devices for a grid down situation

(Natural News) With threats by North Korea to drop a nuke on the U.S., and hopefully this is just saber rattling, plus escalating tensions with Russia over the Syria missile strike, it may now be an appropriate time for some advance planning about ba

Europe has a five year project to scale up molecular biocomputers which could...

Europe has a five year project to scale up molecular biocomputers which could outperform quantum computers

Improved materials for interfacing neural tissue with electronic biomedical devices

Modern electronic biomedical devices are enabling a wide range of sophisticated health interventions, from seizure detection and Parkinson's disease therapy to functional artificial limbs, cochlear implants and smart contact lenses.

Elon Musks 'Neural Lace' To 'Achieve Symbiosis With Machines'

Transhumans believe they will escape the laws of sin and death, ultimately merging with machines and computers to live forever. Musk's plan is an attempt to co-opt Artificial Intelligence by merging with it and to avoid being destroyed by it. ? T

India Launches Record-Breaking 104 Satellites on Single Rocket

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) achieved a major milestone last night (Feb. 14) with a successful record-setting launch of 104 satellites on a single rocket.

Google Word Lens translates written Japanese in realtime

The Google Word Lens app is now available in Japanese. You'll never have to worry about taking a wrong turn on a busy Shibuya street or ordering something you wouldn't normally eat.

A Pirate Podcast App Takes on Iran's Hardline Censors

REZA GHAZINOURI REMEMBERS the importance of pirate radio as a teenager growing up in in the city of Mashhad in northeast Iran. His father tuned in multiple times a day to the banned Farsi version of the BBC transmitted from neighboring countries, to

Just how good is Google Word Lens at deciphering Japanese?

Spending a day with Google Translate in Japan

Quantum Computing Is Real, and D-Wave Just Open-Sourced It

Quantum computing is real. But it's also hard. So hard that only a few developers, usually trained in quantum physics, advanced mathematics, or most likely both, can actually work with the few quantum computers that exist.

Down the rabbit hole, part 5: Secure and private instant messaging

In my ongoing quest to make my life as secure and private as possible, I've found three instant messaging networks worth talking about

goTenna makes a Mesh of off-grid comms

When there's no network coverage or internet access, smartphones are rendered useless as a communications tool. The goTenna tackled this by allowing smartphones to communicate via their own radio-based network and, now, the goTenna Mesh can do so ove

Tascam targets podcasters with hi-res broadcasting toolkits

Tascam says that its Ministudio series will make podcasting and online broadcast production a breeze

One Year After Kickoff, OneWeb Says Its 700-Satellite Constellation is On Schedule

Satellite Internet startup OneWeb Satellites has completed the preliminary design review for its 700-satellite constellation and expects to have its entire satellite subcontractor team committed by by early August, Chief Operating Officer Eric de Sai

Microsoft: Synthetic DNA To Be Used For Data Storage

Microsoft has purchased ten million strands of synthetic DNA to advance cutting edge digital data storage technology. With the amount of digital data doubling nearly every two years, the tech industry is on a quest for a long-term solution to keep tr

Students create tiny satellites for affordable space missions

Fancy your own satellite? Arizona State University is working towards making this a reality with its SunCube FemtoSat project

Education of the future?

A GROUP of scientists claim to have created a simulator which can upload knowledge directly to your brain.

New Tech Shows Why You Can't Trust Anything You See on the News

I'm not even sure what to write for a description. What else can you say? It's the Matrix.

"Reality" Edited in Real Time: New Tech Shows Why You Can't Trust Anything You See on

(Truthstream Media) Talk about wag the dog. I'm not even sure what to write for a description of the video you are about to watch.

'Eternal' Data Storage Is Here

Like most, my personal requirements for long-term data storage pretty much end when I end.

5D glass discs can store data for as long as the universe has existed

Take everything you know about data storage and set it aside, because a breakthrough from a research team at the University of Southampton's Optoelectronics Research Center (ORC) could change everything.

The Whole POINT of the Internet of Things Is So Big Brother Can Spy On You

The government is already spying on us through spying on us through our computers, phones, cars, buses, streetlights, at airports and on the street, via mobile scanners and drones, through our credit cards and smart meters (update), television, doll,

Teslasuit offers full-body haptics to VR users

Tesla Studios (no relationship to Tesla Motors) recently announced that it has developed a full-body suit that will give the wearer a sensory experience to match the visual experiences now available through virtual reality headsets.

HPE 160 terabyte RAM computer is beginning of a planned transformation of computing

HPE announced that it has created the largest single-memory computing system the world has ever seen, capable of holding 160 terabytes of data.

Hair Is An Extension Of The Nervous System Why Indians Keep Their Hair Long

This information about hair has been hidden from the public since the Viet Nam War .

The Brain Chip Cometh

Bill Kochevar just scooped a forkful of mashed potatoes into his own mouth. No cause for celebration, you say? Well, it is when you consider that Kochevar is a quadriplegic, paralyzed below his shoulders in a cycling accident eight years ago. He hasn

Elon Musk has launched a company that hopes to link your brain to a computer

Elon Musk has launched a company dedicated to linking human brains with computers, The Wall Street Journal's Rolfe Winkler reported Monday.

What the What Is Quantum Computing? We've Got You Covered

Thanks to the superposition principle, a quantum machine has the potential to become an exponentially more powerful computer. If that makes little sense to you, here's quantum computing explained.

IBM launches IBM Q initiative to create 50+ qubit universal quantum computer

IBM Q is an industry-first initiative to build a commercially available universal quantum computers for business and science

Rewritable Paper that uses light and no ink

Developing efficient photoreversible color switching systems for constructing rewritable paper is of significant practical interest owing to the potential environmental benefits including forest conservation, pollution reduction, and resource sustain

Scientists unleash graphene's innate superconductivity

Already renowned for its potential to revolutionize everything from light bulbs and dental fillings through to semiconductors and motorcycle helmets, graphene can now add innate superconductivity to its repertoire.

Graphene superconductivity activated which could enable new electronic devices and faster computers

Researchers have found a way to trigger the innate, but previously hidden, ability of graphene to act as a superconductor - meaning that it can be made to carry an electrical current with zero resistance.

New App Aims To Be The "Shazam" For Plants By Identifying Species With Just A Photo

This app is quickly becoming the go-to for identifying plants in the wild.

Spacex filed with FCC to operate 4400 satellites and Elon Musk Spacex shares are worth $8.1 billion

Today, SpaceX filed with the FCC to obtain the rights to operate 4,400 satellites to offer internet services from orbit, a plan that was announced last year.

University of Washington develops passive Wi-Fi that uses 10,000 times less power....

A team of University of Washington computer scientists and electrical engineers has demonstrated that it's possible to generate Wi-Fi transmissions using 10,000 times less power than conventional methods.