Apple’s Lawsuit Against a Startup Shows How It Wants to Control the iPhone Hacking Market
Apple sued Corellium, a company that makes virtual copies of iOS for researchers to practice hacking the iPhone on.
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NASA Made a Rare Flight Right Through a Thundercloud Formed by a Wildfire
Scientists conducted the most detailed reconnaissance of one of Earth's rarest atmospheric phenomena in a spectacular flight.
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Here’s the Memo About the ‘Burden of Being Black at Google’
Read the full memo written by a departing Google employee on his experience as a Black person at Google.
Google Employee Writes Memo About ‘The Burden of Being Black at Google’
“Over the last 5 years I’ve heard co-workers spew hateful words about immigrants, boast unabashedly about gentrifying neighborhoods, mockingly imitate people who speak different languages, reject candidates of color without evidence because of ‘fit.’"
Libraries Are Telling People How Much Money They Save by Not Buying Books
Public libraries are awesome. They can save you a ton of money, too.
This Super Retro Website Is Running on a 30-Year-Old Mac
The Macintosh SE/30 might be ancient and underpowered by today's standards, but it can still serve up a website with a little elbow grease.
Old Sailor Logs Show How Frighteningly Fast the Arctic Is Losing Ice
Using records from early 20th century ships, researchers are peering into the Arctic’s past to understand the present.
A Nuclear Accident at a Russian Missile Facility Killed 7 People
Seven Russians are dead after the explosion, which experts say may have been caused by a test of a new nuclear-powered missile.
Cloudflare Is Protecting a Site Linked to a Neo-Nazi Terror Group
The Silicon Valley giant is protecting a site linked to a known neo-Nazi terror group from virtual attacks aimed at knocking it offline.
Google Employee Alleges Discrimination Against Pregnant Women in Viral Memo
The memo, titled “I’m Not Returning to Google After Maternity Leave, and Here is Why,” has been read by more than 10,000 employees at the company.
Boy Had More Than 500 Teeth in a 'Bag-Like Mass' in His Mouth
A pathologist at the hospital said the mass of tiny teeth-like structures was "reminiscent of pearls in an oyster."
The New Guy in Charge of Public Lands Thinks We Should Sell It All
The Bureau of Land Management controls more public land than any other US agency. Its newly-appointed acting head, William Pendley, has advocated for selling all of it.