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Dark Web vendors offer up “thousands” of Uber logins starting at $1 each
Ars Technica
"Bloody hell," man tells Motherboard, who read his Uber password over the phone.
Suppressing old memories key to learning new ones
Ars Technica
The more you forget, the better you can remember.
While You Were Offline: Some One Direction Punk Just Ruined the Whole World | WIRED
If the Internet taught us anything this week it's that it pays to think about domain registrations in advance. Also, people get really sad about pop stars.
Preview the Military Fantasy Story 'Rules of Enchantment' | WIRED
Read "Rules of Enchantment" from the military fantasy anthology Operation Arcana here.
We Have No Way to Screen Every Pilot for Mental Illness | WIRED
The regular physical exams pilots go through don't seriously address the risk of mental illness.
Wii U Zelda Won't Arrive in 2015, or Even Show at E3 | WIRED
Nintendo said today that its highly anticipated new Legend of Zelda for Wii U won't make its planned 2015 release date, and won't be at this year's E3 Expo.
To Stay Relevant, Intel Explores Its Biggest Takeover Ever | WIRED
Intel, the world's largest chip maker, is in talks to acquire Silicon Valley chip builder Altera, according to reports. If the deal goes through, it would be Intel's largest takeover ever.
No, a Giant Asteroid Isn't Going to
Universe Today
There are ways to report on occasional close approaches by near-Earth objects (NEOs) that convey the respectful awareness of their presences and the fact that our planet shares its neighborhood wit...
Using 19th Century Technology to Time Travel to the Stars
Universe Today
In the late 19th century, astronomers developed the technique of capturing telescopic images of stars and galaxies on glass photographic plates. This allowed them to study the night sky in detail. ...

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Suppressing old memories key to learning new ones
Ars Technica
The more you forget, the better you can remember.
How Google, Facebook And Others Pay Their H-1B Employees
Legislative debate regarding expanding the H-1B visa program is heating up in the U.S. Senate. H-1B visas allow foreign workers—specifically those in..
Mobile Marketing Trends To Follow From The Israeli Elections
The impact of mobile and social media on every aspect of our lives is nothing new, but certain events can really shine a light on how mobile has changed our..
Mobile Payment Startup MyCheck Raises $5M From Santander’s Innoventures Fund
MyCheck, another startup that wants to make it easy to pay your restaurant bill using your mobile phone, has closed a $5 million Series B. However, perhaps..
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This week we look at lots of new ways to roll around, fly around and dive around.
Slow but thrilling: Formula E Schools is ePrix’s teenaged training ground
Ars Technica
Lead changes, vehicle bumps, and post-race chatter—but with high schoolers and DIY cars!
Racing goes electric: At the track with Formula E, the first e-racing series
Ars Technica
Ars checks out the new all-electric racing car series on its first visit to the US.
From The Wirecutter: The best cable modem (for most folks)
Ars Technica
Stop paying that rental fee and buy your own cable modem (if your ISP will let you).
The World's Most Powerful Neutrino Experiment Will Stretch Across the Midwest
What new physics we can learn from a neutrino beam fired underground from Chicago to South Dakota.
The Wilderness Is a Really Weird Place to Play 'Ingress'
But that's not stopping me.
What Scientists Discovered By Electronically Stalking Wild Pandas
These bears may not be the loners we think they are.
The Term ‘Big Bang’ Came from Its Biggest Doubter
Fred Hoyle and the price of hanging on to wrong ideas.
Mini-review: Intel’s powered-up Core i7 Broadwell mini PC
Ars Technica
28W chips give a nice CPU and GPU performance bump to the first Core i7 NUC.
Unpacking Etsy’s S1
Etsy’s S1 filing didn’t disappoint. Etsy is a powerful business with extraordinary network effects. Its customers are extremely loyal, and its committed..
Chairman Wheeler Predicts FCC Will Beat Legal Challenge To Net Neutrality
Now that the FCC is the subject of several lawsuits, and its leader, Chairman Tom Wheeler, was dragged in front of Congress repeatedly to answer the same..
Reimagining Everyday Objects
Can we agree that the term “internet of things” should go away when we’re talking about consumer products? Like the "world wide web" before it, the..
Crossing the Cybersecurity Trust Chasm
We need to (re)build trust: between the government and the public; between a company and its employees; between a company and its customers; between different..
Mobile Messaging Conjures A Commerce Platform
America is finally discovering what Asia has known for years: mobile messaging is a commerce platform.

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