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How to Help Sovryn Tech for FREE…No, Really…

DISCLAIMER: The ZOG Blog is the part of this site where Dr. Brian Sovryn can talk about anything. From pop culture, to philosophy, to just sharing updates with what’s going on at Zomia Offline Games and with other projects. First off, total thanks to everyone that has donated via Bitcoin and PayPal in the past and the present (you can

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Jide and Remix OS Are Getting Serious with New Hardware

Jide’s Remix OS, the open-source version of Android that’s been reconfigured into a desktop-style operating system (and which I’ve written about at the Dark Android Project before), seems to be on a real roll, as late. While it has generally released rather underwhelming hardware to accompany Remix OS, Jide has also done right by releasing Remix OS for PC’s, much

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Paranoid Android is Back…for the Properly Paranoid

I spend a lot of time talking about CyanogenMod and AOSP (and some others) at the Dark Android Project as being alternative operating systems to run on your Android phone (and still run all your apps, of course), but I oft neglect one of the other Android-compatible/reconfigured operating systems: AOSPA…or more commonly known as “Paranoid Android“. Paranoid Android has been

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Sovryn Tech Ep. 0178: “Blockchains Are For Conservatives”

Is the robot future here? Are blockchains a tool of conservatism? Also, thoughts on privacy versus features in messaging apps, Windows Holographic, Star Trek, and much, much more… Special Guest: N/A Stories of the Week: –Random Access: The ASUS Zenbo, 10-core i7-650x Extreme Edition “Kaby Lake” from Intel for $1700, Xioami and Microsoft. –“?” First Choice: –“ID2020” Link: bit.ly/1Y7g01S Game

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BitMessage is Back! Updated After Nearly Two Years!

While I had heard some rumblings and some good news over the overall development of Bitmessage a few months back (much of it having to do with it being integrated with I2P, a fine choice)…I’ll admit I was beginning to wonder if were ever going to see another update. I don’t recall exactly when in 2014 the release I have

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The “Encrypted” Typeface of the Future: ZXX

I shared something on social media yesterday that I thought was just a fantastic process–and just to prove the futility that such an act is–it didn’t seem to get a lot of traction. So I’m going to tell you about it here, because it’s incredibly important. On my privacy-advocating tech podcast, Sovryn Tech, I’ve talked about the one-time idea that

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The Nintendo Virtual Boy is Back…on Android

Well, shit, it’s my birthday. That’s right, the Golden Stallion has officially turned 35,000…wait…too many zeroes…35 years old. There we go. So, do you want to know what one of my favorite birthday gifts of all time was (even though I had to wait a few months to get it in my hands)? The Nintendo Virtual Boy. Damn straight it

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JIDE Forced to Remove Google Play Store from Remix OS

My personal desires at the Dark Android Project for a serious Android desktop option is not anything new. The closest this has come to reality is with the company JIDE’s very own Remix OS, which pulls off all manner of desktop staples with Android, including multi-window support, uniform keyboard and mouse controls across apps, and app resizing, just to name

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WhatsApp Coming to Windows and MacOS (Yes, It’s Called “MacOS” Now)

WhatsApp, even before Facebook acquired it for $19 billion USD, is the most widely used SMS-alternative messaging app in the world. In certain regions of the world it may not top the list (in the US it’s Facebook’s own Messenger, in Japan and Taiwan it’s LINE Messenger, in China it’s WeChat, in South Korea it’s Telegram, etc.), but it certainly

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The Google Play Store…Coming to a Chromebook Near You

The idea of “Android for the Desktop” is not new to readers at the Dark Android Project. It’s something I’ve been looking forward to for a while, with Remix OS and others being the closest to bring it to full fruition. And over the past few months there had been some rumblings about a new Chrome OS/Android hybrid OS called

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