Unmanned aerial vehicle with the ability to run cyber attacks on computers and mobile devices through Wi-Fi networks.
How do we relate to technology? How does it relate to us? These are important questions, particularly in light of the increasingly ubiquitous and often hidden roles that modern computing technology plays in our lives.
According to a senior fellow for Lockheed IT, the National Security Agency has tested the use of smartphone-swipe recognition technology dubbed Mandrake.
I’ve been thinking about the idea of home a lot recently. I’ve been traveling over three continents for the last 6 months, living out of hostels, surfing friend’s couches, and even staying in local homes through Couchsurfing or personal connections.
Cutely named malware packages connected to the Animal Farm group.
Onion.City the new search engine specialized for the black markets in the Deep Web simply accessible from a common browser.
At this moment, there are likely many eyes on you. If you are reading this article in a public place, a surveillance camera might be capturing your actions and even watching you enter your login information and password. Suffice it to say, being watched is part of life today.
The smartphone industry has made a remarkable impact on numerous aspects of human life, and can be seen as a foretaste of what might be achieved by emerging new technologies of human enhancement. Core smartphone technology frequently dropped in price,...
Four possible future arise from the intersection of two competing approaches to technologies. These are the surveillance and sousveillance approaches.
Suddenly, rather than an abstract and science fictional notion, sousveillance is something that makes intuitive sense to everyone who follows the daily news.
The emergence of sousveillance is a wonderful example — suddenly, rather than an abstract and science fictional notion, it’s something that makes intuitive sense to everyone who follows the daily news.