Daily Mail | North Korea has miniaturised nuclear warheads and made them small enough to fit on ballistic missiles, Japan believes.
Zero Hedge | No word on whether they can be remotely hacked and driven into palm trees.
Daily Mail | Amazon have come under criticism for new packaging that cannot be recycled.
Mac Slavo | The United Postal Service has been using self-driving trucks to deliver cargo and no one knew about it.
Bloomberg | Pesticide use in Brazil sparks concern among environmentalists.
Fox News | Two Russian nuclear monitoring stations—specifically designed to detect radiation— “went silent” in the days following an explosion.
RT | Ever wondered what an alien astronomer might view when looking at our planet from a star system far-far away? US scientists say they just pictured that in an experiment aimed at improving our search for other pale blue dots.
Forbes | Another security issue has hit leading voice assistants—and this time it isn’t manufacturers recording our conversations.
PJ Media | The new hotness? Digital thespians.
Mac Slavo | Facebook cannot seem to respect the privacy of anything.
Daily Mail | Firm says it’s improved its Rekognition software to better read emotions and predict age more accurately.
Paul Joseph Watson | But there’s no bias, honest!
Zero Hedge | Move over, SpaceX.
Daily Caller | The supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way galaxy emitted a bizarre flash of light, an astronomer studying the phenomenon said.
HealthDay News | Binge-watching episodes of your favorite shows does no favors for your brain, an expert warns.
Daily Mail | NatWest will offer customers access to their accounts using smart speakers amid privacy fears.
RT | A “potentially hazardous” asteroid that’s slightly larger than the Great Pyramid of Giza is set to hurtle past Earth this month at a whopping speed of 18 kilometers per second.
Weasel Zippers | Russian President Vladimir Putin has remained silent, amid growing speculation that a nuclear missile accident has caused a dangerous radiation leak at a naval base.
Daily Mail | A bombshell report has revealed how Instagram’s ‘lax oversight’ allowed a San Francisco-based startup to collect data on millions of its users without their knowledge – including the disappearing photos posted as Stories.
Daisy Luther | We may not have to wait for a traveler from the Democratic Republic of Congo to visit the United States for an Ebola outbreak.
Daily Mail | The list of companies that enlist human workers to listen in on your personal conversations just won’t quit growing.
Sputnik | An investigation revealed on 29 July that Amazon staff had been eavesdropping on private conversations and users having sex as they monitored thousands of Alexa recordings.
Breitbart | “Google CEO Sundar Pichai has insisted time and time again that Google is a nonpartisan company, but more and more those words seem like empty words.”
Paul Joseph Watson | “How can this be allowed”.
Daily Mail | The world must turn towards healthy plant-based diets to stop climate change, a UN-backed report has warned.
Zero Hedge | Before Fukushima and Chernobyl, the worst-ever nuclear disaster was a massive leak from a plant in the eastern Urals.
Prison Planet.com | “The US military is conducting wide area surveillance tests across six midwest states using experimental high-altitude balloons, documents filed with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) reveal.”
Zero Hedge | One of the most lucrative contract wins for Amazon’s AWS division suddenly appears to be on the rocks.
Paul Joseph Watson | Yes, really.
Daily Caller | The pharmaceutical industry is already pushing back against a proposal the Trump administration announced Wednesday that would allow the importation of drugs from Canada and other countries.
Zero Hedge | Antibiotic-resistant superbugs have been spreading in European hospitals, according to the BBC, citing a recent study.
Zero Hedge | The secret is out for a Chinese blogger who called herself “Your Highness Qiao Biluo”, according to the BBC.
Daily Mail | A Russian nuclear reprocessing plant is the likely source of the mysterious cloud of radioactive ruthenium-106 that spread across Europe in 2017, experts said.
Paul Joseph Watson | I guess Google is racist now.
Sputnik | Earlier this week, it was reported that Apple’s contractors all over the world are regularly sent Siri recordings containing private information about users, including their sex-related matters.
Breitbart | Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson may need to change his nickname.
Zero Hedge | Numerous wildfires have been ravaging the Arctic for weeks following the hottest June ever recorded on Earth.
Michael Snyder | An absolutely massive hole has formed in the upper atmosphere of the Sun, and our planet will align with that hole later this week.
Zero Hedge | “We must have American dominance in space.”
RT | A California judge on Thursday reduced a jury’s $2 billion punitive damages award for a couple who blamed Monsanto’s weed killer Roundup for their cancer.
The Daily Caller | Humanity has only 18 months left to take decisive political steps to avert the catastrophic effects of climate change, according to a report Wednesday by the BBC.
Sputnik | On 14 July, French inventor Franky Zapata made headlines when he flew on his flyboard over the Champs-Elysees.
Daily Mail | Amid a slew of fines and lawsuits, Facebook has admitted that it continued to allow friend data access to companies even after supposedly ending the practice last year.
Zero Hedge | Microsoft announced a $1 billion investment in Elon Musk’s OpenAI, which aims to build “friendly AI” that won’t wipe out humanity.
Reuters | More than half of Venezuela’s 23 states lost power on Monday, according to Reuters witnesses and reports on social media, a blackout the government blamed on an “electromagnetic attack.”
Zero Hedge | A recent climate change study has found that London’s weather could feel more like Barcelona’s in 2050.
Daily Mail | Tech giant files patent amid fresh privacy concerns.
The Sun | THESE heartbreaking images show the moment 50 dead whales were found washed up on a beach in Iceland.
Paul Joseph Watson | Bible passages to be banned next?