Reports claim Obama will bypass the Constitution and pass multinational treaty
“It’s like a badge of honor — any respectable think tank has been hacked"
WikiLeaks' Julian Assange is offering a reward for info on the murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich
Six scientists had been living there since Aug. 29, 2015
Proxima Centauri is about 4.22 light-years away
Dragonfly 44 contains far fewer stars
Our galaxy above the dusty Namibian
MIT-spinoff NuTonomy beats Uber to the punch
It is completely correct to characterize Section 702 as mass surveillance
Secret technologies are being experimented with at high levels
Elite wish to keep secret technology to themselves instead of helping humanity
Elite trying to dumb down humans using advanced technology
Evidence that ties ShadowBrokers dump to NSA comes in an agency manual for implanting malware
Company expands safe space policies
A pilot program will assign the cars to random customers in Pittsburgh
Already considered a major invasive pest worldwide...
“The number of trackers have increased, the ability of the top trackers to track you across sites has increased and the complexity of the trackers has increased"
Its goal is to introduce cars with no steering wheels or pedals...
Move means Internet Assigned Numbers Authority will move from U.S. control to Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers based in Los Angeles...
“It’ll blow some operations if those haven’t already been blown"
"Circumstantial evidence and conventional wisdom indicates Russian responsibility," Snowden says
Will explore quantum teleportation for the first time in the world
Manipulated strains of Cannabis could be harmful to users
"The sound waves are trying to go forward, but they can’t. They’re falling in"
Guccier 2.0 strikes again
Anonymous question and answer polling app claims to solicit "pure answers"
“Guccifer 2.0” has returned to provide a new headache for Democrats.
A chunk of ice about 124 miles (200 km) in diameter found orbiting Sun
Greenland sharks are huge beasts
Sea level rise slowed during the 2000s despite scientists' predictions
New electronic sensors that can read your blood-alcohol level could help limit drunk driving or tell bartenders when it’s time to cut you off