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From a medieval text, a weapon against a modern superbug emerges (LA Times) >> More

Facebook’s “Empathy Lab”: How Facebook designs for disabled users (WP)  >> More 

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Apple Car Sneak Peek: Exclusive First Look, Details, Patents >> More




If Steve Jobs made Apple cool, Tim Cook is making it human (WP) >> More

New Tesla offering expected to be home battery storage (MN) >> More

Neural Networks Take on Embedded Vision (EE Times) >> More



Analytics apps would give Samsung's Galaxy S6 Edge more enterprise heft » More

In Silicon Valley, Auto Racing Becomes a Favorite Hobby for Tech Elites » More

Indiana now a no-go zone for Salesforce's force » More


Intel's next big thing- Knights Landing Xeon Phi » Here


Linux Seeks Security, Unity » More


Micron and Intel Unveil New 3D NAND Flash Memory » More


Microsoft buys Office collaboration tool maker LiveLoop: Sources » Here


Oculus chief scientist says we’re all going to care about virtual reality » Here

Why investors like AOL co-founder Steve Case are betting big on food » More

Why Kevin Mitnick, the World’s Most Notorious Hacker, Is Still Breaking Into Computers » Here




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Memories May Not Live in Neurons’ Synapses >> More


Six surprising facts about who's winning the operating system and browser wars in the U.S. (ZD) >> More

Why We Disagree with the IEEE's Patent Policy (EE Times) >> More

Half of enterprises have no budget at all for mobile security, survey finds (ZD) >> More

Google loses Safari user tracking appeal (ZD) >> More

HIRIS wearable for everything, uses gestures to track your life (ZD) >> More


The disposable income of people in every country of the world in one fantastic infographic >> More

Google makes deploying software on its cloud a trivial task (ZD)  >> More

If you want to succeed you must fail first, says the man who dreamt up the Internet of Things (ZD)  >> More

Virtual Reality TV: Live via a Headset Near You (MC)  >> More

Bankrupt RadioShack wants to sell off user data. But the bigger risk is if a Facebook or Google goes bust. (WP)  >> More

New Form of Ice Forms in Graphene "Sandwich" (SA)  >> More

The technology that powers business: Where's the innovation? (ZD)  >> More

How Facebook is embracing the future of visual story-telling (WP) >> More

Some net neutrality advocates are worried about this small loophole in the FCC’s rules (WP) >> More

Facebook unveils new plans for virtual reality, shopping, and the Internet of Things (WP) >> More

Science Fair Winners Chat Up Obama (MN) >> More

Online electronics retailers raided over EC antitrust price fears (ZD) >> More




SynBio Stubs for Standards (EE Times) >> More

Bracing for a big power grid attack: 'One is too many' (USA Today) >> More

Panasonic: ‘747 Is Our Connected Device’ (EE Times) >> More

Health and fitness wearables spending grows, but standards and privacy worries remain (ZD) >> More


Obama lauds young scientists, $240M in education pledges  (USA Today) >> More

Will Apple Watch bridge the gender divide? (MN) >> More

Microsoft CEO Nadella partners with his enemy's enemy (USA Today) >> More

Mothers of Innovation: 12 Women Engineers and Scientists to Know (EE Times) >> More

US to stop collecting bulk phone records? Not really: There's a catch (ZD) >> More

The FTC beefs up technology investigations with new office (WP) >> More


A Manifesto for Makers (EE Times) >> More

Pwn2Own 2015: The year every web browser went down (ZD) >> More

Panasonic opens royalty-free portfolio to boost IoT development (ZD) >> More


Intel takes aim at the mobile market — again>> More

Scientists at Large Hadron Collider hope to make contact with PARALLEL UNIVERSE in days (The Express) >> More

As internet of things multiplies, so do potential security headaches (ZD) >> More

Optical Color Shifter Computes Cognitively (EE Times) >> More

Patent Filings: Who Made the Cut for Top 50? (EE Times) >> More

Your next operating system: Your datacenter (ZD) >> More



Hackers Ate My Homework
Hackers Ate My Homework
In a post Snowden era, at a time where a multi-national company (such as Sony) seems to have not heeded prior hacker warnings and attacks, will there be any limit to the temptation for individuals, studio execs, Government elders and insurance provider to yell "Hackers did it!" whenever they mess up?
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