Month: July 2015

Windows 10 spies on you by defaultInteresting News

Windows 10 spies on you by default

Microsoft’s new Windows 10 operating system is immensely popular, with 14 million downloads in just two days. The price of
Georgia cops pose as construction workers to nab texting driversPolice State

Georgia cops pose as construction workers to nab texting drivers

Police officers in Marietta, Georgia went undercover as members of a construction crew to catch drivers checking a mobile device
First-ever live exorcism to be aired on HalloweenThe Unknown

First-ever live exorcism to be aired on Halloween

A US cable network says that it will stage a first-ever act of exorcism live this Halloween. The event will
Russian military controls 500km of offshore Arctic – Defense MinistryWar News

Russian military controls 500km of offshore Arctic – Defense Ministry

Russia’s military surveillance in the Arctic maintains control over airspace and ocean 500km from the shore, Defense Ministry claims. Soviet-era
New Ebola vaccine field trial shows up to 100% efficiencyFood & Health News

New Ebola vaccine field trial shows up to 100% efficiency

An Ebola vaccine developed by the Public Health Agency of Canada and tested in Guinea has turned out to be
2nd exoplanet discovered 21 light-years from EarthScience & Space

2nd exoplanet discovered 21 light-years from Earth

NASA astronomers have found another exoplanet outside the solar system. It’s larger than Earth and is 21 light-years from our
Police misconduct lawsuits cost taxpayers, not cops, millionsPolice State

Police misconduct lawsuits cost taxpayers, not cops, millions

From big cities to small towns, American taxpayers are footing the bill for police gone rogue. When an officer or
Scientists wirelessly control mice with brain implantInteresting News

Scientists wirelessly control mice with brain implant

Mind control has gone from science fiction to science fact thanks to a remote-controlled brain implant that can control the
Anonymous on Facebook: Germany upholds right to use fake namesMore News

Anonymous on Facebook: Germany upholds right to use fake names

German users can use fake names on Facebook, and the company is not allowed to intervene, said the latest ruling
At least 192 labs accidentally received live anthrax – PentagonMore News

At least 192 labs accidentally received live anthrax – Pentagon

The Pentagon has admitted that a US Army lab accidentally shipped live anthrax to at least 192 laboratories over the
US lawmakers push to repeal military gun ban after deadly attacksTerrorism

US lawmakers push to repeal military gun ban after deadly attacks

Congress is pushing forward legislation to allow guns at military recruiting centers following the recent shootings in Chattanooga, Tennessee, where
Congressman Chaka Fattah charged with corruption, fraudRandom News

Congressman Chaka Fattah charged with corruption, fraud

Federal prosecutors have charged Rep. Chaka Fattah (D-PA) with a racketeering conspiracy over misuse of campaign funds, bribery and money
Obama confident he would win third termMore News

Obama confident he would win third term

President Barack Obama’s climbing approval ratings may have gone to his head. During a speech in Ethiopia, he said he
Fed announces no interest rate hikeEconomy & Money

Fed announces no interest rate hike

The US Federal Reserve will not be hiking interest rates, it indicated in a statement on Wednesday following a two-day
Saudi Arabia to buy 600 Patriot missiles for $5.4 bnWar News

Saudi Arabia to buy 600 Patriot missiles for $5.4 bn

Washington is set to approve a $5.4 billion sale of 600 advanced Patriot missiles to Saudi Arabia. More such sales
Lexus reveals more of ‘Back to the Future’ Hoverboard, release slated for August 5Random News

Lexus reveals more of ‘Back to the Future’ Hoverboard, release slated for August 5

The third sneak peak of the Lexus Hoverboard was released on Tuesday, with the company officially announcing the date of
New Jersey state troopers to wear body camerasPolice State

New Jersey state troopers to wear body cameras

All on-duty New Jersey state troopers will be equipped with body cameras, acting state Attorney General John Hoffman has announced.
120 deaths a day: US heroin & prescription drugs epidemic spinning out of controlRandom News

120 deaths a day: US heroin & prescription drugs epidemic spinning out of control

American lawmakers are grappling with ways to respond to a worsening heroin epidemic. Drug overdoses are now the leading cause