Weather & Updated News – May 21, 2017


Digital is reshaping the world, Technology becoming a must have, Building a brain computer, Facebook growing in technology, Google has a quantum computing, China’s quantum computer, Technology spying on you and taking your IDENTITY, Talking with your brain instead of your mouth, Our identity is being taken freely, People freely give their information away to buy the next cool gadget, Money is going away is anyone paying attention to what this will do, Wells Fargo closing branches, Buying online without a credit card, Biometric paying is now the new way to buy, Biometric is rapidly growing… and more

… By the end of this year, Martinis says, his team will build a device that achieves “quantum supremacy,” meaning it can perform a particular calculation that’s beyond the reach of any conventional computer. Proof will come from a kind of drag race between Google’s chip and one of the world’s largest supercomputers… read more

… China is strengthening its technology arsenal in an effort to be self-sufficient. China’s homegrown chip powers TaihuLight, the world’s fastest computer…. read more

Our fingerprints are quickly replacing PINs and passwordsas our primary means of unlocking our phones, doors and safes. They’re convenient, unique, and ultimately more secure than easily guessed or forged passwords and signatures. So it makes sense that fingerprint sensors are coming to protect our credit and debit cards. Mastercardis testing out new fingerprint sensor-enabled payment cards that, combined with the onboard chips, offer a new, convenient way to authorize your in-person transactions. Instead of signing a paper receipt or entering your PIN while struggling to cover up the number pad, you simply place your thumb on your card to prove your identity…. read more

To Learn more about why and how this technology is part of the last days read our article on – Babel and The Coming World. This article shows how God separated the people in the old testament because it was not time, but now is the time. People we are living the last days and we hope and pray you are ready for the rapture. If your not saved please visit our Coming to Christ page.

Facial recognition installed in female university dormitory in China – to keep out ‘strangers’


Twins Pay With Facial Recognition Technology In HangzhouOne of China’s top universities has installed facial recognition in a female dormitory to ensure the building is off limits to non-residents.

The scanners were introduced by Beijing Normal University last month over security concerns, and will be rolled out to another nine female dormitory buildings if they prove successful.

Facial recognition is becoming increasingly common in China, where it has been installed in ATM machines, KFC restaurants and even public toilets, as a means of clamping down on loo-roll theft.

The scanning technology was even used by organisers of a marathon in Beijing to snare cheats, and by a college lecturer to allow him to spot if students were getting bored…. read more

by lhwm: They are preparing for the one world order. How else can they know who everyone is and where everyone goes, wow! They always say that it is good for your benefit. What do you say?

Weather & News Updates – May 9, 2017


Bad thunderstorms causing so much flooding, tornadoes and more, Two children caught in water after truck turned over, Beijing experiencing strong winds, China experiencing strong winds, Massive flooding across U.S., Atheist want bench removed that has the word God in it, Television having cameras in them and spying on you and more…

Thumbs Up: Mastercard Unveils Next Generation Biometric Card


South African Trials Demonstrate Convenience and Security

JOHANNESBURG AND PURCHASE, N.Y. – April 20, 2017 – Mastercard today unveiled the next generation biometric card, combining chip technology with fingerprints to conveniently and safely verify the cardholder’s identity for in-store purchases.

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Michelle van Schalkwyk, Head of Brand at Pick n Pay, pays for her shopping using her fingerprint to authenticate the transaction during the first global trial of the Mastercard biometric card in South Africa.

South Africa is the first market to test the evolved technology, with two separate trials recently concluded with Pick n Pay, a leading supermarket retailer, and Absa Bank, a subsidiary of Barclays Africa.

The new card builds on fingerprint scanning technology used for mobile payments today and can be used at EMV terminals worldwide.

“Consumers are increasingly experiencing the convenience and security of biometrics,” said Ajay Bhalla, president, enterprise risk and security, Mastercard. “Whether unlocking a smartphone or shopping online, the fingerprint is helping to deliver additional convenience and security. It’s not something that can be taken or replicated and will help our cardholders get on with their lives knowing their payments are protected.”… read more

9 things in your home that may be spying on you


Mike Flaim, of Milford, Ohio, is a professional woodworker who likes doing things the old fashioned way, using antique tools to hand-carve wooden tables, bookcases and wall displays.

This is just one reason Flaim’s Smart TV and cable box have him concerned his home technology may be spying on him.

“They can go in my bedroom and know what I’m watching in there. And I don’t think that’s appropriate. It’s no one’s business what I am watching in my bedroom. And it’s just getting worse,” he said.

But Marge Schiller enjoys the latest in home technology. She loves her Amazon Echo and uses all of its features, including asking its personal digital assistant Alexa to order things on Amazon, give her the morning weather report and even play music in her home

“Alexa, play some soft music,” she said, and her home was filled with soothing music within seconds…. read more