A New Wearable Brain Scanner


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In a design that looks straight out of an old future-tech horror film, researchers in the U.K. have built a wearable, portable brain scanner that can record neural activity while the user is moving.

Walmart Partner Leaks Data Of 1.3 Mil Customers

In response to recent reports that a WalMart partner has exposed the personal data of 1.3 Mil US and Canadian shoppers, NuData Security commented below.

Omega takes us to the Dark Side with their new moonwatch

Omega has just announced a new version of their iconic Moonwatch, the chronograph that was worn most notably by Neil Armstrong on the surface of the moon. Their new model, the Dark Side of the Moon Apollo 8, features the traditional Moonwatch design with a few unique tweaks.

LeBron James on Idea of NBA Play-in Tournament: ‘That’s Corny. That’s Wack’

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LeBron James doesn’t want to see the NBA adopt a playoff structure similar to what the NCAA tournament currently has.

​Lindsay Lohan is Lawyer.com’s new exclusive spokesperson

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Unreal Engine’s ‘Synthetic Human’ Shows the Cutting Edge of 3D Graphics

Video game publisher and developer Epic Games wants to make digital humans that are indistinguishable from the real thing. It’s getting close.

You know who does creepier stuff with your data than Cambridge Analytica? Your ISP

Chances are, your ISP has been repeatedly caught sucking up all your clicks, and also chances are that it’s a de facto arm of the US spy network, making bank selling your data to the NSA; AT&T has proposed charging you hundreds of dollars extra a year not to spy on you; Comcast wants to do the same.

Growing Mistrust Threatens Facebook After Data Mining Scandal (SecurityWeek)

As Facebook reels from the scandal over hijacked personal data, a movement to quit the social network gathered momentum Wednesday, portending threats to one of the most powerful internet firms.

Facebook’s Data-Sharing Was ‘Normal,’ Says Cambridge Academic At Center OfScandal (Forbes)

Chris Wylie, from Canada, who once worked for the UK-based political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica, gives a talk entitled “The Most Important Whistleblower Since Snowden: The Mind Behind Cambridge Analytica” at the Frontline Club in London, Tuesday, March 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)

Molotov is no longer geoblocked in Europe

French startup Molotov has built the best TV streaming service in its home country. Unfortunately, if you tried using the service in other European countries, Molotov would simply stop working. The startup now lets you stream your content when you’re traveling across the European Union.

Here is how to delete Facebook

Some of us have been on Facebook for more than a decade, but all good things come to an end. Over the past eighteen months, Facebook has been in a downward spiral. The social network is in the eye of a controversy storm, with fake news, Russia’s meddling in the 2016 Presidential election, and misuse of personal data by Cambridge Analytica swirling around Menlo Park.

Sex Workers Say Porn on Google Drive Is Suddenly Disappearing

Porn performer Avey Moon was trying to send the lucky winner of her Chaturbate contest his prize—one of her videos, titled “POV Blowjob”—through her Google Drive account. But it wouldn’t send, and Google wasn’t telling her why.

YouTube just became the Top Grossing iPhone app for the first time

YouTube just became the Top Grossing iPhone app in the U.S. for the first time on Tuesday, after flirting with the top spot a number of times over the years, but never reaching higher than No. 3. The milestone was first spotted by the app store intelligence firm Sensor Tower, which notes that the U.S. is the only country where YouTube’s iPhone app has ever hit No. 1.

Lock Down Your Social Media Data With the PlusPrivacy Chrome Extension 

Most connected people use services from at least one, if not most of the major tech companies. And while they generally make it easy for you to figure out what data you’re sharing with them and other third-party services, sometimes you need a big, red warning flag—like PlusPrivacy.

This Woman Perfectly Summed Up How Wildly Different People Act On Twitter And Facebook With One Pic

Willingham told BuzzFeed News the couple celebrated all weekend with a bunch of activities.

Facebook Privacy Settings: A Complete Guide to Making Your Account More Secure

Facebook has never been particularly good at prioritizing your privacy. Your data powers its business, after all. But recent revelations that a firm called Cambridge Analytica harvested the personal information of 50 million unwitting Facebook users in 2015 has created new sense of urgency for those hoping for some modicum of control over their online life. If you ever needed a wake-up call, this is it.