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New Leaked Documents Show Hacking Drones Being Build By Boeing To Infect Targets Via Wi-Fi

Hacked messages between the Italian "Hacking Team" and Boeing subsidiary Insitu revealed that drones carrying malware to infect targeted computers via Wi-Fi by flying over their proximity is close to becoming a reality. Spyware-carrying drones were being discussed by Insitu, a division...

The Solar Powered UAV That Has The Potential To Stay In The Air Indefinitely: The Zephyr 8.

The Zephyr is a unique plane which may be about to become ubiquitous. Version 7 from 2010 boasted a carbon frame and solar panels which charge a lithium-sulphur battery during the day to allow it to fly at night...

Use Bitcoin To Make A Backup Of Your Genome…

Genecoin samples your DNA, turns it into data, and stores it in the world’s most powerful supercomputer: the Bitcoin network. The company is still in its very early stages, and at this moment they are evaluating public interest in...

The Future Of Drones: DJI Inspire One

The drone game has changed, which might sound a bit overrated, but with such a first impression we were blown away while experiencing the DJI Inspire One. This is a unit that anyone could pick up and learn to...

World’s First Airborne Wind Turbine Bringing Renewable Energy & WiFi to Alaska

Wind turbines have become airborne! An enormous helium-filled wind turbine will soon float over the city of Fairbanks, Alaska to produce enough electricity for more than a dozen families living off the grid. Designed and built by MIT startup...

Unlimited Clean Energy For The World In Less Than 20 Years? Lockheed Martin Thinks So

Remember back in the early turn of the century, when official like news promised that we'd have nuclear powered cars by the '70s and no one would ever be unhappy? Probably not, since we've gotten a skewed sense of...

Why War is Killing Less of Us Than Ever – A Paradox Explained By Kurzgesagt With Criticism

We live in the most peaceful time in human history. Wait, what? Seriously? That can't be right, there are more wars than ever! Well, no and they're killing fewer and fewer people, even though the world population is at...

Carbon Nanotube Developments in Clothing Could Protect Against Future Chemical Weapons

Developed in the beginning in 2007, there's lots going on these days with Carbon Nanotube Developments, and their potential usages considering it's such a strong substance. Recent advancements in the technology have given its creators hope that it could...

The Invention Which Splits Water Into Hydrogen & Oxygen: “Artificial leaf”

It was a glass of tap water with a thumb-sized strip of silicon floating in it. When he held the glass up to the light, the strip began to gently bubble. It seemed to be splitting water into hydrogen...

How Good You Are At Geography? Play Geoguessr to find out!

Think you’re a geography expert? Test your knowledge with Geoguessr – the game that proves how well you know the world! First, move around using your mouse and figure out where you are. Then click on the map in...

About Me

Ethelyn Brye is an award-winning author and blogger. Growing up in Switzerland and influenced by renowned Swiss design and a lot of fresh mountain air, she attended and completed design studies in Geneva. Post graduation she moved to Washington State to work for a design firm, but her love of writing brought her to Cyanosaur. She's highly interested in strategy rpgs, mountain climbing, board games with friends and skiing. She lives in Seattle, Washington, with her lovely cat Armstrong.
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