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Snowden willing to serve prison time in the U.S. if it ‘served the right purpose’

17d ago - Daily Digest - Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden told Wired magazine that he would willingly r... | Culture
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Can Wearable Technology Put a Dent in Parkinson's Disease?

18d ago - Wearable technology has clear applications for healthcare, but it's just one tool. To really find... | Culture
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Apple customer says store gave him receipt with anti-gay message

18d ago - Tim Cook has led Apple into the front of the LGBT-rights movement with company appearances at Gay... | Culture
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Should You Walk Or Run In Rain, According To Science

18d ago - As kids all we wanted to do was keep splashing in the rain water. Whenever it was a downpour we w... | Culture
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Google Glass finally goes on sale in South Africa for $2550

18d ago - Are you a wealthy South African tech enthusiast? Then Takealot.com, one of South Africa’s largest... | Culture
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Eye see what you’re doing there: German scientists creates first portable retina scanner

18d ago - It’s small enough to fit inside a purse, light enough to carry without inconvenience, and it coul... | Culture
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Siri's Dead Body Joke Is Evidence in a Murder Trial

18d ago - A 20-year-old Florida man accused of killing his friend had a screenshot on his phone depicting a... | Culture
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NSA was responsible for 2012 Syrian internet blackout, Snowden says

19d ago - TheVerge - When Syria's access to the internet was cut for two days back in 2012, it apparently w... | Culture
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Edward Snowden left behind clues so the NSA would understand his motives

19d ago - Engadget - So much for trying to dodge unwanted attention. In a wide-ranging interview with Wired... | Culture
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Ectogenesis ushers in ‘Gattaca’-like future with lab-grown wombs

20d ago - In her article “What Do Artificial Wombs Mean for Women?” feminist critic and writer Soraya Chema... | Culture
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Regular marijuana use bad for teenagers’ brains, according to recent studies

20d ago - If you’re a teenager puffing away pot on a regular basis, you may want to curb your smoky habit,... | Culture
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7 secret helpful Google hacks you may have not heard of

21d ago - Navigate your way through Google like a pro with 7 of the best hacks. Trust me, these will make y... | Culture
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3D-printed leg brace gives Quack-Quack the duck second lease at life

21d ago - Not all technology promises to lead the world into a robot apocalype. While 3D printing will inev... | Culture
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Can AI Penetrate The Sex Industry?

21d ago - 8CN: Jobs are kind of a big deal. Robots are kind of a big deal (and super cool). Looking into th... | Culture
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3D printed tattoos – Coming to a tattoo shop near you

21d ago - Tattoos are about to get a whole lot cooler. A couple of students out of ENSCI-Ateliers, a gradua... | Culture
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14 ways to know you're too tech savvy

22d ago - Pocket Lint - As part of Ofcom's annual Communications Market Report it used a test method to fin... | Culture
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In-car apps are terrible and it's time for an urgent rethink

22d ago - TechRadar - Cars are not smartphones. A simple enough notion, but not one that most motor manufac... | Culture
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The future of home security: Get ready for sensors and pro-active systems

22d ago - Pocket Lint - Today, home security is fairly straightforward. If you live in a home that has an "... | Culture
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California Will Run on 100 Percent Clean Energy by 2050, Stanford Professor Says

22d ago - The entire state of California can—and will—get 100 percent of its energy from wind, water, and t... | Culture
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Boeing’s Figuring Out How to Make Jet Fuel From Tobacco

22d ago - You can’t use tobacco while flying, but your plane can. Boeing is working with South African Airw... | Culture
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IRL: Could a custom laptop bag be worth the splurge?

22d ago - Engadget - I've always thought it's better to spend more on something once than to buy cheap and... | Culture
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Astronomer Can Turn Galactic Explosions Into Stellar Music

22d ago - An astronomer and a graphic artist have teamed up to turn powerful explosions in distant galaxies... | Culture
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This Is An Extreme Close Up Of A Living Human Brain

23d ago - A living human brain. Looks gross. But think about how amazing this is. You have one of these thi... | Culture
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How to Use Your Cat to Hack Your Neighbor’s Wi-Fi

24d ago - Late last month, a Siamese cat named Coco went wandering in his suburban Washington, DC neighborh... | Culture
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Almost one in six doctor visits will be virtual this year

24d ago - Electronic visits or telemedicine is comprised of electronic document exchanges, telephone consul... | Culture

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