Google owned traffic service Waze has been under fire by the National Sheriffs Association, due to a feature allowing people to scope out police patrols in the area and potentially avoid or stalk the police. Waze offers various traffic warnings, including weather, congestion, real-time traffic, roadblocks, crashes ...

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The UK government has tried to slyly add more surveillance laws into the House of Lords, pushing 18-pages of the Communications Data Bill, a law rejected in 2012 due to its aggressive and broad surveillance implementations. The Communications Data Bill looks to add way more surveillance and ...

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Microsoft has announced some more features for Windows 10, its next step in creating one platform for all form factors. The event was less low key than the last one, which took place in a small conference hall in San Francisco. The event also brought more information ...

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Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk has always denied the potential of hydrogen fuel-cells for vehicles, and in a recent question and answer Musk reiterated how 'dumb' the idea is, and why electric battery cells are already more efficient. "I don't want to get into a debate on ...

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Google is about to make a major investment in Elon Musk's Space X, reportedly worth $1 billion. The investment—first reported by The Information—focuses on the development of low-orbit satellites to beam cheap internet to undeveloped nations. Facebook, Virgin Galactic and Google's own SkyBox Imaging are also working on ...

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Google is doing an early spring clean on all its moonshots projects, announcing new automotive partnerships for the driverless car project, moving Google Glass over to Nest Labs, and also bringing Project Ara to Puerto Rico later this year. It seems like a definitive move to keep ...

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Je Suis Charlie might be all about freedom of speech—even though critics claim the protest is simply to allow anti-Muslim views, but still shun any abhorrent views on Jewish and Christians—however it has also allowed the UK and French governments more control over the internet systems ...

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Artificial intelligence might be the next great achievement by humanity, but according to many tech enthusiasts and scientists, it may also bring humanities' doom if efforts are not controlled, restricted and researched. This, according to The Future of Life Institute, is what researchers need to figure out. The good and ...

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