low orbit

low orbit

Private Aerospace Flying High as Dream Chaser Takes Off

www.readwriteweb.com
Dream Chaser, a reusable space plane designed to carry astronauts to and from a low orbit, passed its first flight test last week. This isn't a capsule or a light space tourism craft. It's a rugged, streamlined, privately built successor to NASA's Space Shuttle, and it's well on its way...
Private Aerospace Flying High as Dream Chaser Takes Off

ATK promises Liberty flights into space by 2016

www.electronista.com
Aerospace, defense, and sporting gear and systems giant Alliant Techsystem (ATK) this week announced that it will begin testing flights of its Liberty crew transportation system in 2014, with commercial flights starting as soon as 2016. Manned missions are scheduled to take place in 2015, with low-orbit flights to destinations...
ATK promises Liberty flights into space by 2016

The Pirate Bay plans fleet of low orbit server drones to evade the authorities

www.extremetech.com
In what reads like an April 1 missive, The Pirate Bay has announced that it plans to launch “Low Orbit Server Stations” that will act as a front line defense against future take-down attacks and censorship attempts on the world’s largest torrent site.“With the development of GPS controlled drones, far-reaching...
The Pirate Bay plans fleet of low orbit server drones to evade the authorities
The DDoS Protection Squad

Defiance - review

www.guardian.co.uk
Xbox 360, PS3, PC, Namco, cert: 18As a third-person "massively multiplayer online" (MMO) shooter from developer Trion Worlds, Defiance transcends both genre and narrative boundaries; the plot runs concurrently with a TV series of the same name broadcast on the Syfy channel. It's a broadly interesting story concerning the struggle...
Defiance - review

NASA Launches Live Google Hangout With Astronauts In Space

www.fastcompany.com
NASA is leveraging Google's Hangout system to pitch questions from the public to astronauts on the ground--and in space. NASA, as promised, is busy conducting a Google hangout so that members of the public can ask questions of astronauts--both in the studio and in orbit around the Earth aboard...
NASA Launches Live Google Hangout With Astronauts In Space
Fake Android app can launch DDoS attacks from your phone
Did a new era of spaceflight really just begin?

Wisconsin man charged with participating in Anonymous DDoS

www.pcworld.com
A man in Wisconsin has been charged with participation in a distributed denial-of-service attack in February, 2011 against Koch Industries by hacker group Anonymous . Eric J. Rosol, 37, of Black Creek, Wisconsin is charged with one count of conspiracy to damage a protected computer and another count of...
Wisconsin man charged with participating in Anonymous DDoS
Liberty rocket could begin commercial low-orbit space flights by 2016
Pirate Bay plans to build aerial server drones with $35 Linux computer

The Pirate Bay Claims It's Going To Host The Site Via Drones Flying Over International Waters

www.techdirt.com
One of the more amazing things about the recent moves by the entertainment industry to put in place stricter laws around the globe to attack file sharing, is that they still don't realize how pointless this is compared to the only real solution, which is to offer more of what...
The Pirate Bay Claims It's Going To Host The Site Via Drones Flying Over International Waters
Feature: How Anonymous plans to use DNS as a weapon

Asteroids: a future source of energy materials

gigaom.com
In a plot seemingly out of a James Bond movie, a startup that is backed by Google folks Larry Page and Eric Schmidt and X-Price creator Peter Diamandis plan to mine asteroids for valuable materials. But one of the really surprising things about that wild idea is that it could...
Asteroids: a future source of energy materials

The Pirate Bay Attacks Censorship With Low Orbit Server Drones

torrentfreak.com
The Pirate Bay Attacks Censorship With Low Orbit Server Drones
The Pirate Bay plans to host part of its site on GPS controlled drones
Leaked document outlines Russia's space exploration plans until 2030
Two years after Anon "Kochblock," Wisconsin man charged with DDoS
CIA website down, Anonymous says it’s their doing

Think The Pirate Bay will put its servers on drones? Dream on

www.guardian.co.uk
While it has attracted the interest of those who would love The Pirate Bay to launch an airborne division, the site's idea of putting servers in the sky won't flyFeeling credulous? Step right up to The Pirate Bay's latest blogpost, then, and read on: We were down a few hours...
Think The Pirate Bay will put its servers on drones? Dream on
Petition asks White House to make DDoS attacks a form of protest

How Is Anonymous Going After French Co. Trying To Trademark Its Logo? Let Us Count The Ways

betabeat.com
No, seriously, you should expect this. Earlier we learned a French retailer, E-Flicker, has sought to register both Anonymous’s well-known question-mark/empty suit logo and the activist collective’s tagline, “We are anonymous. We are Legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us.” Anonymous responded with the video below...
How Is Anonymous Going After French Co. Trying To Trademark Its Logo? Let Us Count The Ways
A Fleet Of Pirate Bay Aerial Server Drones? Why Not?

Digital Content: Nancy Hafkin Brought Internet to Africa, Now She’s Tackling the Tech Gender Divide

www.wired.com
Nancy Hafkin at the Internet Hall of Fame induction ceremony Image: ISOC Before Nancy Hafkin came along, Internet in Africa hardly existed. From the late 1980s until 2000, Hafkin worked for the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA), the branch of the United Nations focused on economic development in all countries...
Digital Content: Nancy Hafkin Brought Internet to Africa, Now She’s Tackling the Tech Gender Divide
We need to recycle Anonymous’ talent into the companies they attack

Week in tech: hacktivism, Slowloris, warrantless spying, and insecure keys

arstechnica.com
From encryption to darknets: As governments snoop, activists fight back: Governments around the world routinely track and monitor cell phones and Internet use. Activists—some funded by the US government—are fighting back with secure communications tools that can be had on the cheap. High Orbits and Slowlorises: understanding the Anonymous...
Week in tech: hacktivism, Slowloris, warrantless spying, and insecure keys
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?