The latest documents leaked by ex NSA-contractor Edward Snowden have shown that the US government infiltrated online games in order to spy on potential militant targets.
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Mon 9 Dec 13 from Phys.org
Facebook unveiled plans Monday on a partnership with New York University for a new center for artificial intelligence, aimed at harnessing the huge social network's massive trove of data.
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Square on Monday released a new version of its popular mobile payments card reader that replaces the off-the-shelf components found in the original with a new set of custom-designed parts. ...
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