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EM Sensitive Move To WV Town That Bans WiFi

EM Sensitive Move To WV Town That Bans WiFi

A small remote town where Wi-Fi is banned has become an unlikely haven for people claiming modern technology has been making them ill. The so-called 'Wi-Fi refugees' are flocking to the tiny settlement to escape painful symptoms including burning skin, chest pains and acute headaches. Read More »

How Scientists Are Learning to Read Our Minds

Houdini, some historians believe, was the greatest magician who ever lived. His breathtaking escapes from locked, sealed chambers and death-defying stunts left audiences gasping. He could make people disappear and then re-emerge in the most unexpected places. And he could read people’s minds. Read More »

Frightening Email Spy Tool Newest Threat To Privacy

Frightening Email Spy Tool Newest Threat To Privacy

Perhaps you should be leery of some Gmail email users. A new free plugin lets Gmail users know when an email they sent is open – without the recipient even knowing. Called Streak, the plugin can even enable users to track recipients to their physical locations, Daily Mail writer Victoria Woollaston discovered. Streak is currently being sold to sales and marketing professionals by a small San Francisco firm of the same name. Read More »

There’s Something in the Air! – WiFi in Schools… Deadly or Not?

Have you ever caught a cold from a friend or work colleague? Did you see the germs go through the atmosphere and enter into your body and then do you harm, causing you dis-ease? Did you sense the dis-ease when it first started to manifest? I would imagine the answers to these questions would be no, as personally, I haven’t. But then again, even though my name may suggest it, I am not a superhero. This is exactly what WiFi is doing to all of us and we are not even aware of it. Read More »

Will Streetlamps Become Information Hubs for Cities?

Will Streetlamps Become Information Hubs for Cities

New technology makes it possible to turn ordinary streetlamps into data-gathering networks. But is it too much of a good thing? North America has more than 1 billion street lights. Known as high-intensity discharge lights, they consume lots of energy, contain mercury vapor and most of them are owned by municipalities. Because of energy and maintenance costs, cities have begun turning to LED technology, which lasts longer than ordinary street lights, consumes less energy and doesn’t contain as many hazardous byproducts. San Diego, Detroit, Las Cruces, N.M., and Sequim, Wash., are some of the latest cities to install LED lights. Read More »

Warning – Fake Eviction Notice Probably Has Virus

There is a new form of spam email going around. Worried homeowners might be so concerned that they will open the attachment, causing them to possibly add a virus to their system or worse. Once you launch a program, no firewall or antivirus program can stop the damage a virus can do before it is too late. Read More »

Apple mobile devices at risk of hacking, firm says

Apple mobile devices at risk of hacking, firm says

Flaw in iOS software for phones, tablets and music players could allow protected emails to be intercepted, with Macs also at risk A major flaw in Apple software for mobile devices could allow hackers to intercept email and other communications that are meant to be encrypted, the company has said, and experts say Mac computers are even more exposed. Read More »

Reporter Claims Computer Self Deleted Text While He Tried to Write Book About Snowden

Reporter Claims Computer Self Deleted Text While He Tried to Write Book About Snowden

My first question would be: Was the system really offline? Was he using a computer with a wi-fi network adapter (pretty much any laptop made in the last decade)? If yes, then it’s probably safe to assume that he wasn’t actually offline. Whatever rootkit was running on the system could simply turn on the wi-fi radio and make it connect to the spook’s wi-fi access point conveniently installed within range of the computer. Read More »

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