Benny chats with Bill Ottman, founder of Minds.com. Topics include, you guessed it, #Minds.com, other new social media platforms, censorship, the steel man argument fallacy and the humanoid known as "Mark Zuckerberg."
Google's Supreme Court appeal against Oracle has huge stakes for the industry.
James Corbett and Keith Knight talk Conspiracies
No need to install: Microsoft has controversial fake news filter NewsGuard built into mobile browser
BING IS BACK online in China. Late Wednesday evening in the US, reports surfaced that Microsoft's search engine was blocked in China.
giants that have been caught in massive media hoaxes, including BuzzFeed, Rolling Stone, CNN, WashPost and NY Times...
Back in the 1990s, when Tim Berners-Lee and his team were creating the infrastructure of the World Wide Web, they made a list of the error codes that would pop up when something went wrong. You've surely encountered many of them: "404 Not Found,
Ominous New 'Fact Checker' Approves MSM Lies to Start Wars While Attacking Alternative Media
Before the internet was consolidated into centralized information silos, RSS imagined a better way to let users control their online personas.
A decade ago, it likely seemed unthinkable that our refrigerators could tell us when we were running low on milk, our doorbells could record our visitors, and our audio speaker system could also "accidentally" order toys online.
In the Era of the Internet of Things, we've become (at least somewhat) comfortable with our refrigerators knowing more about us than we know about ourselves and our Apple watches transmitting our every movement. The Internet of Things has even made
Technocrats are moving from collecting external data about you to collecting data from inside you, underscoring the point that there is no level of detail that satisfies a Technocrat. From the macrocosm to the microcosm, every piece of data must be c
With each passing year, an increasingly large segment of the population no longer remembers images loading a single pixel row at a time, the earsplitting sound of a 56k modem, or the domination of web portals.
Netflix is loving the fact that millions of people have watched Bird Box. However, the streaming service isn't quite so enamored with the Bird Box Challenge. And YouTube isn't keen either, as it's actively removing some Bird Box Challenge video
This is a Qualcomm press release. It is a leader in 5G technology, providing "innovation in autonomous driving, smart cities, social good, and beyond." It promises Utopia yet delivers Scientific Dictatorship. However, it is true that 5G is going
Netflix seems to be flying so high over the reception to its just-released psychological horror film "Bird Box" that it's breaking a long-held tradition of staying largely mum on viewership.
In this video I want to share with you the podcast I guested a few weeks back. In this episode my good friend Nils and I discuss the importance of crypto and blockchain but also a lot of other topics such as AR, VR, Social Media, Internet. Hope you e
California: Activist Gary Gileno shows the difference between ordinary light poles and light poles that hold 5G antennae next to residential homes in Temple City. 5G utilizes millimeter wave technology developed as a weapon by the US military and dep
"It's all true: Everything is fake," tweeted Former Reddit CEO Ellen Pao regarding a Wednesday New York Magazine article which reveals that internet traffic metrics from some of the largest tech companies are overstated or fabricated. In other words;
In late November, the Justice Department unsealed indictments against eight people accused of fleecing advertisers of $36 million in two of the largest digital ad-fraud operations ever uncovered. Digital advertisers tend to want two things: people to
5G networks are upon us and this next-generation of wireless communication is being powered by a new technology known as millimeter wave (mmWave). U.S. carriers are particularly keen on the technology, and it will likely be used across the world to v
In early 2017, when the Wall Street Journal called attention to the fact that PewDiePie made Nazi jokes on his YouTube channel, fans of the most-subscribed YouTuber in the world went to war.
Dr Julian Hosp is back for another interview! Many of you guys watched our chat last year (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rlzrs...) and since then I've received many requests for a follow up interview with Julian. Julian project TenX has been strugg
Google announced Monday it plans to spend $1 billion and lease three new properties as it expands its New York City presence.
A brand new report from FX Research determined that for the first time, more scripted television shows were released by online streaming platforms like Amazon, Hulu, and Netflix in 2018 than aired on basic cable, pay cable and broadcast television.
The Commodity and Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) based in Washington D.C. is asking for the public's help in understanding Ether (ETH) and its use on the Ethereum Network.
In this video, we bring you the infamous rewind video for 2018 where YouTube has made the blunder of making a corporate disaster that has quickly become it's most disliked video of all time, in just days. Have they made the worst video of all time?
There's a colossus looming over the USA. An unconstitutional, undemocratic monstrosity known as: The Office of the Presidency.