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.
Apple is implementing the iCloud Private Relay. Apple has taken steps to block trackers just like Brave and Firefox. Google has taken steps to block unauthorized device fingerprinting. Google is making the biggest move of all, blocking the biggest th
Want to contribute to a project to protect Creative Content from censorship, while simultaneously lowering storage costs and having performance scale with traffic? You can help by creating custom software to run on the Pirate Box.
Some experts have raised concerns about underground fiber optics cables being used for unsafe "last mile wireless" with 5G and/or Wi-Fi (see 1, 2). Some experts have raised concerns about fiber optics causing health issues in certain people. Bu
A new networking scheme has been introduced that is not reliant on the Internet. It is called Bluetooth Mesh Networking and allows inter-device connectivity via radio only. This video will explain the technology which uses Bluetooth Low Energy as it
Neura Pod is a series covering topics related to Neuralink, Inc. Topics such as brain-machine interfaces, brain injuries, and artificial intelligence will be explored. Host Ryan Tanaka synthesizes information, shares opinions, and conducts interviews
Samsung Display has been teasing some of the screen technology that it's working on for future smartphones, as part of the Display Week 2021 virtual conference. We've got foldables, slideables, and an under-display camera.
When augmented reality hits the market at full strength, putting digital overlays over the physical world through transparent glasses, it will intertwine itself deeper into the fabric of your life than any technology that's come before it. AR devices
Although Insta360 is known for its panoramic video cameras, two years ago it released a tiny conventional actioncam called the Go. This week the company announced that model's new-and-improved sibling, the Go 2.
Robert Zubrin has proposed using rotating membranes to create Enormous Space Telescopes (ESTs) that can scale to over 1000 meter diameter or match current space telescopes for thousands of time lower cost. They would also not require the construction
IBM has created low-loss (0.3% loss over 10 microns) silicon waveguide could enable new photonic chip designs for applications that rely on visible light, and could lead to more efficient lasers and modulators used in telecoms.
California's ViewSonic has launched a new 1080p portable projector that uses a technique called time of flight ranging to quickly measure the distance to the wall and achieve sharp focus in just one second.
Coming later this year, the Cognixion ONE headset is promising something extra on top of the regular augmented reality experience: a brain computer interface (BCI) that can turn thoughts into commands for the device.