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Technology Archives August 2012

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Europe to End Sales of Incandescent Bulbs Tomorrow

Bulbs will be substituted by toxic fluorescent light bulbs filled with mercury.

Darpa and Homeland Security working on Next Generation Airport Scanners

Forget about those old, defective, useless, dangerous airport body scanners in which governments spent millions of dollars.

U.S. Military Openly Admits to Conducting Cyberwarfare

Destroy, deny, degrade, disrupt, deceive, corrupt, or usurp the adversaries.

Brazil to deploy world’s first floating oil terminal

Brazil’s state-owned energy giant Petrobras said Tuesday it will deploy the world’s first floating oil terminal capable of refueling tankers on the high seas.

Weaponized Weather Exposed

The existence of an International, Clandestine Weather Modification Program is a Fact. The Weather is Being traded in the Stock Market.

Cyberwar 2.0: DARPA’s Plan X to Attack the Web

The Pentagon’s top research arm is unveiling a new, classified cyberwarfare project. But it’s not about building the next Stuxnet, Darpa swears. Instead, the just-introduced “Plan X” is designed to make online strikes a more routine part of U.S. military operations. That will make the son of Stuxnet easier to pull off — to, as Darpa puts it, “dominate the cyber battlespace.”

Facebook’s IPO Ponzi Scheme Collapsing

Company shares have plunged almost half from their original value. As predicted, correction will place company’s value at the correct level.

Google search tool tracks emails from Gmail users

Meanwhile, Facebook promises more respect for user privacy.

Another Cyber False-Flag to Lock down the Internet

First came Stuxnet, then Flame and Duqu. Now, prepare for Gauss

American Cities will be Sustainable Prisons

By 2030 it is expected that an estimated 4 billion people will live in eco-cities, which are controlled environments where sustainability mandates how much water, energy, food and production is allowed in urbanized areas.

Money Drifts to Square for iPad, iPhone and Android users

Starbucks Coffee Shops will allow Apple customer to pay using their devices.

Would you like a micro chip with your prescription?

Digestible microchips embedded in drugs may soon tell doctors whether a patient is taking their medications as prescribed.  These sensors are the first ingestible devices approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). To some, they signify the beginning of an era in digital medicine.

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