"Everywhere I looked at the conference, people were wearing Google Glass. Hundreds of them. Maybe more than a thousand! They were on the escalator. At the coffee stations. Press lounges. Lingering in the hallways like gangs of super nerds. They looked like real people as they nibbled on M&M’s and nuts at the snack bars. Except they weren’t; these “humans” were able to take pictures with their eyes and then post them to the Internet."
"Bunny is intended to act as a layer 1/2 technology that attempts to hide its wireless mesh communication traffic. Bunny wraps all data in and out in a layer of obfoscation, it does this by passively listening to the local wireless and building a model of ‘average’ traffic. Then using this model it hides small snippets of data within various fields of the 802.11 protocol, that are either poorly defined or prone to contain data that mutates a lot. These fields will include but are not limited to; vendor data, data packets of encrypted networks, duration fields."
"You know the Tesla Model S, the $70,000 (and-up) electric car that “nobody can afford”? Well, evidently, more than a few people can afford it."