New Government Surveillance System Links All Cameras Together, Even Knows Who You Are 

As the ever continuing effort to prevent further terrorist attacks ensue, a sneaky new program—by none-other than the government—is coming into the light. It effectively makes the NSA phone tapping program pale in comparison as it not only listens to you, but watches you as well.


Lockheed Martin fires most powerful portable LASER weapon 

The firm says the weapon could eventually be mounted on jets, tanks and fighter planes - and will more than triple in strength before being used in combat.


30 percent of companies will use biometric identification by 2016 

The relentless consumerization of enterprise IT policies and practices will extend to mobile device security over the next few years as more and more companies turn to biometric authentication technologies to lock down corporate data and devices.


Genetically modified monkeys created with cut-and-paste DNA 

The macaques are the first primates to have their genetic makeup altered with the powerful technology which many scientists believe will lead to a new era of genetic medicine.

Want to become a CYBORG? 

According to Ray Kurzweil, director of engineering at Google, the biological parts of our body will be replaced with mechanical parts and this could happen as early as 2100.


The Cop of the future

Will crooks have a chance against smart bullets, crowd-stun cannons and eyes everywhere? Criminals may not have a chance in 2025, when the cop of the future will be an imposing crime-fighting machine, able to see around corners in urban environments, identify suspects at a glance, safely pursue stolen cars and effortlessly bring unruly crowds under control.


Computer chips in food packaging could 'text people'

Scientists have developed the gadget that can be inserted into packets of perishable foods, which will be able to assess when the contents are nearing their use-by date, an EU committee of peers has heard.  

What Happens When Artificial Intelligence Turns On Us? 

Scientists have already created machines that are better than humans at chess, Jeopardy!, navigation, data mining, search, theorem proving and countless other tasks. Eventually, machines will be created that are better than humans at A.I. research. At that point, they will be able to improve their own capabilities very quickly.  


Mini-satellites could form 'space cop' traffic control system 

U.S. scientists say they're working on mini-satellites that could function as "space cops" to help avoid collisions in space of satellites and space debris.