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Alos Diallo
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MIT creates shapeshifting furniture that can transform with a gesture
www.theverge.com

Last year, MIT's Tangible Media Group unveiled the inFORM, a digital project that, by sensing presence and gestures, could let the user inte

German chancellor on NSA’s “high-value targets” list
arstechnica.com

New docs show aggressive targeting of leaders from Palestine, Peru, Syria, too.

How far will the Supreme Court go to stop patent trolls?
arstechnica.com

Today's case: An Australian patent holder's idea boils down to 7 lines of code.

Airline 'black boxes' are drowning in red tape
www.theverge.com

Air travel has left an indelible mark upon the 20th century. Before the advent of the internet, the worldwide web that brought disparate peo

Tesla deal keeps Ohio stores open following threat of a state ban
www.theverge.com

Amid a growing threat of US states prohibiting automaker Tesla from selling its electric vehicles directly to consumers, the company's made

China’s restriction on rare earth metal export is unlawful, WTO says
arstechnica.com

Despite environmental concerns, China must open its market to the world.

Dwarf Planet “Biden” Discovered
uptownmagazine.com

Beyond Pluto lies a dwarf planet tracked by scientists in Hawaii and Washington, D.C.

Taco Bell hires Ronald McDonald for new breakfast ads
www.chicagotribune.com

USA Today is reporting: Taco Bell has rounded up some real-life Ronald McDonalds from around the country to appear in its ad campaign promot

New Hep C drug Sovaldi comes with $1000 price tag
www.utahpeoplespost.com

Now you have to pay $1000 to buy one tablet of a new Hepatitis C drug named Sovaldi.

Supreme Court: Lexmark will have to stand trial over old DMCA threats
arstechnica.com

Lexmark said replacement cartridges violated copyright, but courts disagreed.

How the NSA turns back the clock on phone taps without choking on data
arstechnica.com

Using remote search, Mystic and Retro let NSA search through calls at a distance.

The colossal arrogance of Newsweek’s Bitcoin “scoop”
arstechnica.com

WIthout more evidence, it's time for a retraction.

The Elder Scrolls Online beta leaves us skeptical
arstechnica.com

MMO conversion trades the series' characteristic freedom for stifling control.

Detection of primordial gravitational waves announced
arstechnica.com

BICEP provides the first direct evidence of the Universe's early inflation.

Influential developer leaves GitHub alleging gender harassment
www.theverge.com

GitHub has become one of the leading tools for companies and open source projects to collaborate on code with others, and it's also been try

Lego robot crushes Rubik's Cube world record with superhuman speed
www.theverge.com

And you thought that Lego castle you built as a kid was impressive. Two engineers in England have set the world record for completing a Rubi

Target says it ignored early signs of data breach
www.westport-news.com

NEW YORK (AP) â€" Target Corp. has acknowledged its security software picked up on suspicious activity after a massive cyberattack was launc

Giant glass biodomes could help revive endangered species
www.theverge.com

A green, tree-lined valley in Yeongyang-gun, South Korea could soon be turned from a picturesque slice of nature into a scene out of a sci-f