Imgur, Reddit Team Up for Web Data Research Platform Aptly Named DERP
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Hackers Could Use Your Smartphone’s Gyroscope as a Microphone to Listen In
The Creator of Pop-Up Ads Issues a Public Apology
Why a Young Writer Secretly Deleted Her Own BuzzFeed Post
This Is the Sound Cannon Used Against Protesters in Ferguson
Washington's Metro Accidentally Takes Riders on a Tour of the World
88-Year-Old Congressman Denounces Emojis
Long Island Got as Much Rain This Week as It Usually Does All Summer
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Do You Trust Your Loved Ones to Know Where You Are All the Time?
The Internet’s Vulnerable BackboneHow cybercriminals hijacked the Web’s architecture to mine bitcoins.
Finally the Government Has an IT Strategy Team
Stop Dumping Ice on Your Head. Just Give Money.
An Icelandic Volcano May Be About to Explode. How Bad Could It Be?
Chinese Hackers Accessed 4.5 Million People’s Hospital Records
Intel Is Launching Fitness-Tracking Earbuds, Hoping 50 Cent Will Make Them Cool
The Global Internet Is Being Attacked by Sharks, Google Confirms
Pro Sports Leagues Cracking Down on Videos Shot From the Stands
Fans Petition Nintendo to Name Character in Next Zelda Game After Robin Williams
This Is the New Worst-Case Scenario for Ice Loss in Antarctica
Here’s How Facebook Chooses Which Ads to Show You
Snowden: NSA, Not Assad Regime, to Blame for Two-Day Syrian Internet Outage
The Latest Tool to Combat Domestic Violence: LED Cameras
Maybe Don’t Use Siri to Help You Hide a Body
Bottled Water Is Evil—but Not Because of the Water
Record Cold East + Record Warm West = Average Weather for United States?
Privacy Trailblazer Thinks Telecom Companies Shouldn’t Be So Cozy With the Government
Turning Cats Into Cybersecurity Advocates With WarKitteh