Technology

There are so many advantages with improved technology in our daily life. With the help of mobile technology we are able to talk to our friends and relatives who are living far from us. With the help of internet, we are able to learn new things and online courses etc. With the help of aviation technology we are able to reach distant places within hours which took years of time to reach in olden days. We are using the all natural resources available for making our life better. With the help of social networking we are able to find our childhood friends, relatives etc. and important events in their life. With the help of information technology we are able to share information to any part of the world with in milliseconds. With progressive technology in the agriculture field, we are able to meet food requirements of people all over the world.

It is a different world than the one in which most of us were raised in, in terms of technology and convenience. Technology is here to stay to make our lives easier. We don’t have to remember phone numbers, look at a map to get where we are going or worry about complaints of “are we there yet?” when we can rely on our devices to inform and entertain us. We can now answer medical questions, get answers to questions like “What does this rash mean?” and make airline reservations, pay bills or compare prices from the convenience of our homes because, “there’s an app for that”.

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Chronological History of Technology and Related Events

Greta Thunberg Accidentally Posts Doc with Talking Points on India Protests, Faces Criminal Probe

Greta Thunberg Accidentally Posts Doc with Talking Points on India Protests, Faces Criminal Probe

Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg drew the ire of police prosecutors in India on Thursday after she used social media to offer running commentary and advice on violent protests by the country’s farmers. The 18-year-old left-wing eco-activist shared — and then quickly deleted — a message that detailed a list of “suggested posts” about the ongoing civil disorder, according to a report in the NY Post, which her critics say ...
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MIT Engineers Create Spinach That Act as Sensors and Wirelessly Send Emails

MIT Engineers Create Spinach That Act as Sensors and Wirelessly Send Emails

All wireless and/or “Smart” technology is vulnerable to hacking (see , , , , ) and other significant mishaps (see , ).  Serious warnings about Internet of Things (IoT) technology’s high failure rate and enormous vulnerability to hackers have been ongoing for years.  Last August, IBM warned about a security flaw in millions of IoT devices including “Smart” Meters and medical implants. In December, President Trump signed IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act of 2020 to create standards and guidelines on the use ...
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Biden White House Wages War on 1st Amendment, ‘We Support the Need For Social Media Platforms to Take Steps to Reduce Hate Speech’

Biden White House Wages War on 1st Amendment, ‘We Support the Need For Social Media Platforms to Take Steps to Reduce Hate Speech’

They just can’t quit Trump. The Democrat-media complex is obsessed with Donald Trump. A reporter asked White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki if Trump’s absence from social media platforms makes COVID relief negotiations easier. What kind of question is that? “This may be hard to believe but we don’t spend a lot of time talking about or thinking about President Trump here,” Psaki said. “Former President ...
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India Farmers’ Protests Began: Internet Shutdown Highlights Modi’s Record of Stifling Digital Dissent

India Farmers’ Protests Began: Internet Shutdown Highlights Modi’s Record of Stifling Digital Dissent

The storming of the Red Fort in Delhi on January 26 marked an escalation of tensions between the Indian government – led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi – and farmers who have been protesting against agricultural reforms since August 2020. With footage of the farmers clashing with police going viral, the Red Fort incident also marked a spike in interest in the farmers’ movement around the ...
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Congress Overrides President Trump’s Veto of $740 Billion Defense Bill

Congress Overrides President Trump’s Veto of $740 Billion Defense Bill

The Senate voted to override President Donald Trump’s veto of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for 2021. The upper house on Friday afternoon passed the bill without the president’s signature with an 80–13 vote—the first time a Trump veto has been overridden. The debate over the bill was ended earlier in the day with the same result. Thirteen senators voted to sustain Trump’s veto of the bill, including ...
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McConnell Joins With Schumer To Block Potential Trump VETO Of Defense Bill, Keep Big Tech Protection

McConnell Joins With Schumer To Block Potential Trump VETO Of Defense Bill, Keep Big Tech Protection

Mitch McConnell has made a deal with Chuck Schumer to block a potential Trump veto of the National Defense Authorization Act. President Trump has threatened to veto the bill because it allows Big Tech to censor conservatives. December 1st: Section 230, which is a liability shielding gift from the U.S. to “Big Tech” (the only companies in America that have it - corporate welfare!), is a ...
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Texas, Nine U.S. States Accuse Google Of Working With Facebook To Break Antitrust Law

Texas, Nine U.S. States Accuse Google Of Working With Facebook To Break Antitrust Law

(Reuters) -Texas and nine other states sued Google on Wednesday, accusing it of working with Facebook Inc in violation of antitrust law to boost its already-dominant online advertising business. The states asked that the Alphabet Inc-owned company, which controls a third of the global online advertising industry, compensate them for damages and sought “structural relief,” which is usually interpreted as forcing a company to divest some ...
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FTC and 48 Attorneys General Sue to Break Up Facebook

FTC and 48 Attorneys General Sue to Break Up Facebook

The FTC and 48 Attorneys General filed two separate lawsuits against Facebook on Wednesday.  The suit attempts to break up the tech giant into its component parts. The lawsuit also accuses Facebook of illegally suppressing competition by purchasing rival companies that challenged its dominance. The FTC and a coalition of states have sued Facebook for allegedly violating antitrust laws https://t.co/ZroVU9WSC7— Bloomberg (@business) December 9, 2020 So ...
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Department of Justice Sues Facebook for Discrimination Against Americans in Favor of H1B Visa Workers

Department of Justice Sues Facebook for Discrimination Against Americans in Favor of H1B Visa Workers

The Department of Justice filed a new lawsuit against Big Tech monopoly Facebook for engaging in pervasive and systemic discrimination against American workers, refusing to consider them for company positions and instead shepherding cheaper and more compliant foreign visa workers into more than 2,500 of the company’s high-paying jobs. The Department of Justice alleges that Facebook created a category of employment offerings in which none or one ...
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Watch: President Trump Delivers His "Most Important Speech Ever"

Watch: President Trump Delivers His “Most Important Speech Ever”

President Trump provides an update on the "constitutional election process." Trump described his speech as "the most important" he's ever made, providing an "update" on the campaign's "ongoing efforts to expose the tremendous voter fraud that took place during the ridiculously long November 3rd elections." The President noted that: “Lots of bad things happened during this ridiculous period of time, especially when you have to prove ...
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