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GENIUS! Trump Proposes Adding Solar Panels to Border Wall

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Genius! Trump is a genius! A “big, beautiful” wall between the US and Mexico is coming soon and could produce clean energy, the president stated Wednesday. So the wall will have two big purposes now, giant clean energy generator and keeping the invaders away. Trump can also give some of the energy to Mexico for free. That way he will make Mexico agree with the wall and never want to tear it down... 

Wikileaks unveils Cherry Blossom docs: CIA Has Been Hacking WiFi Routers for Years

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“Cherry Blossom maintains an information database of wireless network devices,” according to the user’s manual, which “contains information about hundreds of network devices including manufacturer, make, model, version, reference design, FCC ID, network processor, wireless chipset, operating system, default username/password, etc.” The 175-page guidebook created in 2006, but revised in 2012,... 

Russian Scientists Create Futuristic ‘Invisibility Cloak’ for the Army

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Looks like Harry Potter’s invisibility cloak wasn’t that magical after all. Russian scientists at the Saratov State University have announced the creation of unique camouflage material or an invisibility cloak, to protect the army from enemies. The technology of surface nano-processing of materials has allowed Russian scientists to create unique camouflage materials that could help conceal the... 

Russia bans Canadian BlackBerry phones

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Russia’s telecom and media watchdog Roskomnadzor has blocked all BlackBerry websites, having thus deprived owners of BlackBerry smartphones of the possibility to access their settings and personal accounts. In response to complaints, Russian officials redirect all questions to Canada, where BlackBerry devices are made. BlackBerry smartphones are known for their security protection and thus enjoy... 

CIA malware targets Microsoft OSes from Windows XP to Windows 10

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CIA documents concerning malware designed for Windows computers were published online Friday as part of WikiLeaks latest “Vault 7” dump. The malware, known as “Athena,” targets Microsoft operating systems from 2001’s Windows XP to the company’s current Windows 10 release. Dates on the documents, which range from September 2015 to February 2016, reveal the CIA’s ability to hack Windows... 

A.I. to take over half of all jobs in next decade: China

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Robots and artificial intelligence (AI) will replace humans in 50 percent of all jobs in just ten years, says Kai-Fu Lee, founder of venture capital firm Sinovation Ventures and a reputable Chinese technologist. According to Lee, AI represents the decision engine that would replace people. The tech expert stressed that its capabilities far exceed those of humanity. The corporations, which Sinovation... 

Australians sue Apple for refusing to repair error

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Hundreds of Australian consumers are suing US Apple company for violating consumer rights by allegedly refusing to look at or repair some iPads and iPhones previously serviced by a third party. Australia’s consumer watchdog agency, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), announced on Thursday that it had filed a legal complaint on behalf of 275 consumers against Apple Pty Limited... 

Idaho's $4.3 Million Solar Road Generates Enough Power To Run ONE Microwave

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An expensive solar road project in Idaho can’t even power a microwave most days, according to the project’s energy data. The Solar FREAKIN’ Roadways project generated an average of 0.62 kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity per day since it began publicly posting power data in late March. To put that in perspective, the average microwave or blow drier consumes about 1 kWh per day. On March 29th,... 

NASA’s humanoid robot put to the test for ultimate Mars challenge

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NASA’s Robonauts are being put to the test in Mars-like obstacle courses in order to pave the way for future humanoid space exploration and help bridge the expansive gap between Earth and human colonization of the red planet. NASA built four six-foot, 290-pound, Iron man-like pieces of machinery named Valkyrie, at the cost of about $2 million each, and then outsourced three of them to universities... 

Amazon Echo shuts down over CIA #Vault7 connection query

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The WikiLeaks ‘Vault 7’ data dump allegedly detailing CIA hacking tactics has again thrown the privacy of electronic devices into focus. One viral video showing an Amazon Echo refusing to confirm a link to the US spy agency is summing up people’s fears. On Tuesday, Wikileaks unexpectedly released 8,761 documents claiming to reveal “CIA hacking tools” such as everyday smart televisions and... 

Perfect Black cube floating over USA's top-secret base caught on Camera

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A perfect looking black cube has terrified residents of a Texas town. A BIZARRE and sinister-looking perfect black cube has terrified residents of a Texas town after it appeared in the skies above White Sands – the USA’s most secret military installation. The terrifying black cube was snapped over El Paso on the Texas border just a few miles from White Sands – the infamous US military testing... 

Russia's secret shield: Perimeter, aka Dead Hand

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Recent reports about the analysis that US military departments conduct into consequences of nuclear strikes on Russia and China have generates heated discussions in the world. What do Russia and China have to withstand a possible nuclear attack? Russia has the automatic missile control system known as the Perimeter. The nuclear potential of China remains classified. According to experts’ estimates,... 

Fruit-Picking Robot Latest Blow to Illegal Immigration

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A robot that can pick fruit off an assembly line could signal the end of low-skill jobs routinely staffed by illegal aliens. The prototype robot, developed by online grocer Ocado, uses a robotic hand in combination with computer scanning and can successfully pick fruits and vegetables according to ripeness, something that even human shoppers fail to do at times. “People have tried suction cups,... 

Pentagon: F-35 Unfit For Combat With 276 Deficiencies and Counting

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The F-35 stealth fighter jet suffers from hundreds of problems and won’t be fully combat-capable before 2020, says a scathing report from the Pentagon’s top evaluator. New issues keep cropping up, and fixing them all may cost over $1 billion. Dr. Michael Gilmore’s damning assessment is part of the massive annual report for fiscal year 2016, and his 62-page dossier devoted to the F-35 paints... 

Another Chinese Company Accused of Spying

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While Obama slept, China Flooded the US with Millions of Devices to Spy on American Consumers In July 2016 Beijing-based LeEco snapped up top US electronics maker Vizio for $2 billion. The company now is accused of spying on US consumers without their consent. ProPublica reported: In a statement, Vizio said customers’ “non-personal identifiable information may be shared with select partners …... 
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