Engadget | Google makes another move to kill on-line anonymity with purchase of start-up.
science.slashdot.org | Research exploring these planets suggests weirdness — and lots of it — in what life they might harbor.
Kashmir Hill | “Vicious online attacks leave behind a reputational stain.”
Infowars.com | Tweet offers to sell password.
T Ellen Nakashima | Admitted to FBI investigators he allowed Edward Snowden to use his personal computer credentials to gain access.
slashdot.org | Clips from FIRST Robotics Competitions.
Authint Mail | The Jade Rabbit “could not be restored to full function”, BBC reported.
CNET | Nanosuits, powerful prosthetics, and brain-computer interfacing seemed far-fetched when the original movie hit theaters.
BBC | Attack exploited a fundamental vulnerability in a system used to synchronise computer clocks.
Mac Slavo | 92 million miles away a catastrophic threat may well be in the making.
Space.com | By 2040, astronomers should have a great shot of discovering alien-produced electromagnetic signals, SETI says.
Mashable | United Arab Emirates government is looking to add the technology to its skies within a year.
Sartre | Time to make a clean break from this self-induced imprisonment of images and sounds that spills out of the television machine.
Elizabeth Renter | Report: Most Common Coloring in Foods/Drinks Could Cause Cancer
Michael Snyder | How can we explain elongated skulls that are thousands of years old that contain genetic material “unknown in any human, primate or animal known so far”?
AFP | Organic sensor embedded in diaper will wirelessly let a carer know changing is needed.
The Independent | Discovery of the star – thought to be 13.8 billion years old – is helping scientists reimagine the universe immediately following the Big Bang.
Anthony Watts | Recent intensification of hand waving driving heat into hiding.
Bloomberg | Implantable probes may one day “help reverse some memory loss caused by brain injury.”
Forbes | lbricht pleaded “not guilty” in a Manhattan court to all charges that he created and managed the Silk Road.
Independent.co.uk | Discovery may re-write history of how humankind spread into northern Europe.
The Truth | Did you get a chance to see the debate between Ken Ham and Bill Nye “the Science Guy” the other night?
Infowars.com | Subway announced they will be removing the chemical.
Cory Doctorow | Denial-of-Service attacks are strictly forbidden under UK law.
RT | WHOIS domain registar confirms hack.
Jon Rappoport | The statement was drawn up by the European Network of Scientists for Social and Environmental Responsibility.
Capitol City Project | People suspect personal info was compromised after using site.
CNET | “School in the Cloud” opens in New Delhi, letting kids teach themselves, and possibly ushering in “the end of schooling as we know it.”
Infowars.com | Nuclear Scientist J.W. Petermann of FukushimaUpdateReport.com evaluates the hazards of EMF radiation vs ionizing radiation.
Jeremy Bender | Israel, always at the forefront of military technology, is paying close attention to the way the wind is blowing.
kyodonews.jp | Groundwater will be pumped out before it gets mixed with highly radioactive water and will be directed to the adjacent Pacific Ocean.
Christina Sarich | Interesting, since they seem to have such an immense grasp of legality.
RT | NASA has revealed its plans to create the coldest spot in the known universe on board the International Space Station in 2016.
Slate | We just have to sort through the data we already have.
Telegraph.co.uk | The moon is back in fashion triggering a new space race among countries keen to exploit its commercial opportunities.
theguardian.com | Guardian editors destroyed hard drives and memory cards on which encrypted files leaked by Edward Snowden had been stored.
Daily Mail.co.uk | Google’s engineering boss says technology will allow us to ‘expand the scope of our intelligence a billion-fold.’
Space.com | Massive, short-lived stars could have formed quicker and supported life after the Big Bang.
ap.org | Prince Charles has called people who deny human-made climate change a “headless chicken brigade.”
The Verge | Company founder says desktop printer is a precursor to a larger industrial machine.
theguardian.com | Games developer confirms Angry Birds site hacked in protest at claims the NSA has been accessing users’ data.
David Knight | Virus jumps from tobacco, the most popular transgenic GMO plant, to animals.
Sen.com | Brown dwarfs may have mottled surfaces.
Extreme Tech | Scientist wants NASA to leave no Martian stone unturned.
Adam Clark Estes | If you had any faith left in anonymous email services, now would be the time to let that go.
Tech Dirt | New reports suggest the FBI was able to get the full database of emails on TorMail.
Los Angeles Times | Google has announced four new prescription frames for its Glass devices along with two new types of sunglasses shades.
Live Science | New study suggests recent reports of the “death” of the New Madrid Seismic Zone were premature.
The-Scientist.com | DNA sequencing study reveals a new river dolphin species in South America.
guardianlv.com | Startup was founded by a chess genius.