Post Tagged with: "technology"

Ron Wydall

NSA spy program sparks outrage among campaigners

The US government has persisted with efforts to spy on every single, man woman and child in the America despite widespread opposition. According to mainstream press reports, a “top secret” document has revealed that under the Obama administration, the National Security Agency (NSA) has requested the details of every single phone record made both in the US and outside of[Read More...]

David Sengeh

‘Dare to dream’ says inventor and civil war survivor

A civil war survivor has found a new lease of life after pioneering a series of innovative designs which could dramatically change the outlook of amputees all over the globe. David Sengeh, 26, is a Harvard and MIT Media lab graduate student from Sierre Leone, who has come up with a technology that could change the whole field of bionics,[Read More...]

Fridges that order food, TVs that change the channel..welcome to the living, breathing “smarthome”

Fridges that order food, TVs that change the channel..welcome to the living, breathing “smarthome”

Imagine you lived in a house where all of your household appliances made decisions upon your behalf. Suppose you had a fridge which had the power to order food for you when it sensed it was running low, or an oven which ensured your food was ready when you arrived home. You press a button to wash your clothes, and[Read More...]

Nik Halik

Exclusive: Bloodlines, food wars and a new-world currency. Astronaut and financial entrepreneur predicts future economic trends and the birth of…space-babies

It’s not everyday that you get to speak to a self-funded astronaut who is friends with the likes of Bill Clinton, Steve Forbes and Oprah Winfrey, to name but a few. Nik Halik is an Australian, multi-millionaire businessman who founded organisations such as the Financial Freedom Institute, Lifestyle Revolution, LLC, Money Masters Global and The Thrillionaires. He is also the[Read More...]

Police use big data to predict crime – before it happens

Police use big data to predict crime – before it happens

The idea of people being routinely arrested for a crime they have not yet committed may seem a little far-fetched to some. Afterall, if you have not done anything wrong, you have nothing to fear right? But imagine a scenario where several armed police officers kick down your door at 3am in the morning. You are then arrested on suspicion[Read More...]