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CIA couldn’t fully use NSA spy program as most analysts didn’t know about it
Ars Technica
New CIA internal watchdog report from 2009 released as part of New York Times lawsuit.
YouTube marks 10 years by opening new studios  - CNN.com
CNN
As it marks 10 years since the first upload, YouTube is striving to improve the quality of its content by investing in "YouTube Spaces."
Robotic probe releases new video from Fukushima plant - CNN.com
CNN
A robotic probe into the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant has retrieved crucial information on conditions inside the damaged reactor.
Progress Eagle: The plane of tomorrow - CNN.com
CNN
In the future, planes could be like zero-emission hotels in the sky, running on solar cells and hydrogen engines.
Webmonkey Podcast: Go Behind the Scenes With WIRED's Coders | WIRED
WIRED
WIRED announces the rebirth of Webmonkey, with a new podcast on what happens behind the scenes at WIRED, and what's happening in the greater web community.
While You Were Offline: The Avengers Disassemble in Press Junket Hell | WIRED
WIRED
If there's a running theme to this week's online stories, it's the idea that being a celebrity is fairly weird.
Sci-Fi Films Need More Big Ideas Like Ex Machina's | WIRED
WIRED
In the latest installment of Geek's Guide to the Galaxy author and Ex Machina director Alex Garland discusses why sci-fi films need more big ideas.
You Should Google Everyone, Even Your Therapist | WIRED
WIRED
Googling and Facebooking allows us to expedite intimacy when we need it most. We should embrace it.
Subject: Help, Dammit | WIRED
WIRED
About a month ago, I bought a car. Unlike the average person, I didn't have to face the dealer alone. I had access to the writers behind WIRED's automotive coverage.

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Don’t Turn Internet Independence Into Government Dependence
TechCrunch
April marks the 20th anniversary of the commercialization of the Internet, ironically, the very same month that the Federal Communications Commission’s new..
Google Executive Dan Fredinburg Dies In Everest Avalanche After Nepal Earthquake
TechCrunch
Dan Fredinburg, a respected Google executive who headed privacy for Google X and lead its product management team, has died in the avalanche on Mount Everest..
Xiaomi Boosts Its Business In India With Strategic Investment From Tata Sons Head
TechCrunch
Xiaomi is making a push to be a local player in India. Days after unveiling its first phone customized to the South Asia country (the impressive $205 Mi 4i),..
Hello?! Nokia Releases Official Statement Denying Reports It Will Return To Mobile Handsets
TechCrunch
Nokia sold its handset business to Microsoft last year, but since then rumours have bubbled up now and again that the firm is planning to return to the mobile..
A Journey To Intelligent Design
TechCrunch
If you’re looking for zeitgeist Biblical metaphors for the tech sector, you can’t do much better than the Tower of Babel. Human civilization a hundred..
A Springtime Trek Through Death Valley: Photos : DNews
DNews
The hottest and driest place in North America is an otherworldly desert off the beaten path.
Tasty Tech Eye Candy Of The Week (April 26) : DNews
DNews
This week on Tasty Tech, we have a cappuccino-brewing robot, clear clay and the fastest train in the world.
A gentle nudge with a nuke: deflecting Earth-bound asteroids
Ars Technica
Armageddon is a bad model for saving Earth, but nukes might still be useful.
How gaming can improve our cognitive abilities
Ars Technica
Group created a game shown to improve the ability to multitask.
64-year-old engineer sues Google for age discrimination
Ars Technica
Suit says median age at Google is 29, way below national averages.
You Should at Least Watch the First Episode of 'Halt and Catch Fire'
Motherboard
No promises about the rest of it, however.
Newly Discovered Bacterial Crystals Are a Biophysics Mystery
Motherboard
"Cells spontaneously organize on a surface into a visually striking two-dimensional hexagonal lattice of rotating cells."
When Exxon Wanted to Be the Next Apple
Motherboard
And why it failed.
The man who wants to control the weather with lasers - CNN.com
CNN
Swiss Professor Jean-Pierre Wolf is pioneering the use of lasers to affect the weather
Astronomy Cast Ep. 375: The Search For Life in the Solar System
Universe Today
With the discovery of water ice in so many locations in the Solar System, scientists are hopeful in the search for life on other worlds. Guest Morgan Rehnberg returns to Astronomy Cast to explain t...
Faculty may prefer female applicants for STEM professorships
Ars Technica
But, if so, why are there so few female faculty in some fields?
Report: Unclassified e-mails from Obama to staff read by Russian hackers
Ars Technica
Hackers didn’t breach classified servers, but the close call chilled staffers.

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