Science & Technology

Samsung warns users TV may record conversations

Samsung warns users TV may record conversations

Samsung has warned its customers not to discuss personal information in front of their TV set, it has been revealed. It said that its modern televisions are recording the conversations of its users and could transmit the messages to “third parties”. Many of the latest sets have microphones so viewers can change channel, turn on a DVD or browse the[Read More…]

Micro Drones swarms coming for you

Micro Drones swarms coming for you

It has recently been reported that the US military has created a micro drone that can enter into people’s houses and spy on you. DARPA an organisation that is responsible for the programme had announced this new wave of micro drones under their Fast Lightweight Autonomy (FLA)  programme, funded by the USA government. One of the drone experts Peter W.[Read More…]

Steve Jobs never allowed his kids to use an iPad

Elites do not allow their kids to use iPads

iPads have become one of the latest technological crazes to sweep the globe in recent years, along with the iPhone 6. In fact, less than a week ago, newspapers were inundated with reports of long, endless queues outside of electronics stores as people battled to become the first to get their hands on the iPad. However, the dangers of wireless[Read More…]

Facebook conducts secret experiment on users

Facebook conducts secret experiment on users

Facebook has become embroiled in another privacy scandal after it went public about a weird experiment it conducted on its users. Without seeking permission, it revealed that it manipulated the content seen by more than 600,000 users to see how it would affect their emotional state. It published a paper entitled “Experimental evidence of massive-scale emotional contagion through social networks,”[Read More…]

‘Facebook passing user details to NSA’

‘Facebook passing user details to NSA’

Tech giant Facebook is passing details of all of its users to the National Security Agency (NSA), it has been reported. Privacy campaigner Max Schrems has launched a case against the social giant to force watchdogs to audit personal data allegedly released to US spy bosses by Facebook. Mr Schrems, argued that the Data Protection Commissioner, Billy Hawkes, wrongly refused[Read More…]