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WikiLeaks just dropped the CIA’s secret how-to for infecting Windows http://cybrsec.io/2nn6xt6  #cybersecurity #cyber #security #infosec

WikiLeaks just dropped the CIAs secret how-to for infecting Windows: Latest batch of documents details how CIA infects targets Windows-based computers

Data on 100,000 US Department of Defense employees is reported to be contained in the leak. #technology #techinel #technews

Millions of US employee records 'leaked' 15 March 2017 From the section Technology Image copyright AFP Image caption.

The most exclusive club in the NHS

Nurses’ leader warns government not to pick fight with profession over seven day working

This article is shared with permission from our friends at IFL Science. Facebook is currently facing a scandal over the use of its data by British political research company Cambridge Analytica. The company reportedly obtained the personal information of 50 million Facebook users. It didn’t get the data through a hack, but reportedly through a Facebook app... View Article

How to See and Block All the Apps Tracking You On Facebook

This article is shared with permission from our friends at IFL Science. Facebook is currently facing a scandal over the use of its data by British political research company Cambridge Analytica. The company reportedly obtained the personal information of 50 million Facebook users. It didn’t get the data through a hack, but reportedly through a Facebook app... View Article

Awesome Nissan 2017: Why the new Nissan Leaf won t need a brake pedal... Green Check more at http://carboard.pro/Cars-Gallery/2017/nissan-2017-why-the-new-nissan-leaf-won-t-need-a-brake-pedal-green/

Why the new Nissan Leaf won t need a brake pedal

It's getting real, but we're still a year or two away. #bus, #commute, #transportation

China's elevated bus demoed with cars driving underneath

China has actually built that elevated bus that travels above cartraffic

Homemade Computer/TV Screen Cleaner    1 part plain white vinegar  1 part distilled water (make sure you use distilled only!)  A clean, lint-free cloth. (I like using old, worn-out t-shirts from my rag collection)

DIY Computer and TV Screen Cleaner

DIY TV/Laptop Screen Cleaner-equal parts of white vinegar & Distilled water. Spray on or Dip t-shirt rag then clean computer or tv screen. Haha, make sure it's not dripping wet, gotta use common sense ;

New earpiece promises to translate languages in seconds | TechRadar

New earpiece promises to translate languages in seconds

New earpiece promises to translate languages in seconds | TechRadar

mimicking planetary movement, each sphere travels in space along a pre-programmed route to create a cosmic-like experience.

PiXl factory animates london venue with kinetic lighting spheres

mimicking planetary movement, each sphere travels in space along a pre-programmed route to create a cosmic-like experience.

Welcome to Olusola Olaniyi's Planet blog : Watch video as Obama calls Bill Clinton " Common B...

Watch video as Obama calls Bill Clinton " Common Bill, let's go home"

Welcome to Olusola Olaniyi's Planet blog : Watch video as Obama calls Bill Clinton " Common B...

Pete Souza takes a break from Instagram to call Trump out on Twitter

Pete Souza takes a break from Instagram to call Trump out on Twitter

President Trump declared Monday “a great day” even after a tumultuous 12 hours that saw his incoming chief of staff fire the newly-minted. Trump declares ‘a great day at the White House’ amid changes

Peek inside Blue Origin's capsule for space tourists

Picture yourself as a space tourist in these Blue Origin capsule interior shots (Techcrunch)

Les Sea Bubble, des engins électriques à quatre places pourvu de foils leur permettant de voler au dessus de l'eau, seront testé en février 2017 sur la Seine.

Les voitures aquatiques Sea Bubble seront testées sur la Seine dès février 2017

this summer paris will meet seabubbles, the electric hydrofoil water taxis that aim to open up transportation infrastructures with zero emissions in big cities.

Wireless charging of moving electric vehicles overcomes major hurdle

Wireless charging of moving electric vehicles overcomes major hurdle

Stanford scientists have developed a way to wirelessly deliver electricity to moving objects, technology that could one day charge electric vehicles and personal devices like medical implants and cell phones, reported in Nature.

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