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Sep 17 2013
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"Second, the government can't get at your fingerprint. That's partly because the iPhone stores all fingerprint data on its secure chip ..." Read more

Jul 12 2013
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Looks like more of a shark-barricade than a pool though.

Jul 11 2013
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Every key on those old typewriters also makes its own unique sound. Back in the 80s, the NSA already had systems in place to decode sound recordings of Soviet typing.

Jun 28 2013
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They're lured in because when you spin an unloaded alternator it has very little physical resistance. Read more

Jun 28 2013
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What they don't show in that video is the stream of compressed air providing the energy to spin the wheel.

Jun 28 2013
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It's really a perceptual thing, the "overbalanced" wheels are actually balanced, the same as a bicycle wheel. They just have bits moving around to give the impression that one side should have more pull from gravity than the other. In every case where a weight has to move closer or further from the axis of rotation, Read more

Jun 28 2013
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Definitely an impressive machine (a complex pendulum), but its performance seems to become exaggerated the further the article is from the source - many articles about it are 3 or 4 times removed (i.e. the writer read about it in another article). One that I ran across that gave me the impression that the author had Read more

Jun 19 2013
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Yes, they were. The FBI has quite a sizable "air force" under its Surveillance and Aviation Section. Read more

Jun 7 2013
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I guess inuendo and gizmodo almost rhyme.

Jun 7 2013
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"But the fact that all of that information is sitting there, existing as parseable data that might even be read over, doesn't change what music I listen to or save to my phone" Read more

Jun 7 2013
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That's a common problem for a lot of people, because they want to feel good about themselves, like they voted for the winning candidate. Read more

Jun 5 2013
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I believe you have missed his point. F-16s (which happened to carry Sidewinders on their wingtips) appeared about 30 years after WW2 ended.