by itninja In the course of our technological history, we have seen devices start off as a huge (and often heavy) devices. However, as the demand for more power in compact devices grows, the technology engineers provide us with our demands. Hence, we see our technology, more specifically in Cell-Phones and Computers, becoming smaller. The scientists from GE Global Research are now performing tests on a turbine that is approximately the size of a desk. But more interesting, is this mini-turbine has the capabilities of powering a small...

by itninja There is software out there that allows you to perform such actions and send a message across the Internet to the intended party, and no one will know what the message is. Now hackers and theorists can hide their text messages from unwanted eyes, thanks to Steganography. They can type their message and encrypt it inside an image. QuickCrypto has developed a revolutionary free steganography...

Before one can fully understand the advancement here, one must first understand what quantum computing is In essence, quantum computers are a special computation device that goes off quantum-mechanical phenomena. This is different from your average, typical digital computer that works on regular transistors. While digital computing makes use of binary digits (1 or 0) for data encoding, quantum computation uses Quantum Bits (Qubits). This means that the digits can be a 1 or a 0, or both at the same time. This concept was first brought...

by Vandita Accused of driving drunk, a 50-year-old former wrestler – who won gold for Ukraine at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics – shrugged off pepper spray and batons as not one, but seven police officers tried to restrain him in full public view in Kiev. Angry at being stopped, Vyacheslav Oliynyk confronted two cops when one of them fired pepper spray in his face to arrest him. The minor fracas soon turned violent when an enraged Oliynyk threw a punch at the other officer, who hit him with a baton. Even when bleeding heavily from wounds...

By Michaela Whitton at theantimedia.org United Kingdom — A Muslim teacher who died shielding Christians during a bus attack in Kenya has been posthumously awarded for his bravery. Deputy head teacher Salah Farah was shot during the ambush by Al-Qaeda-linked militant group, Al-Shabaab, in December 2015. Farah was shot after he refused to be separated from Christian passengers on a bus traveling between Nairobi and Mandera. The father of four small children died a month later during surgery for his wounds. In previous attacks throughout...