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Hackers allegedly leak First Lady's passport and White House emails

Hackers allegedly leak First Lady's passport and White House emails

The hacking group that was able to get a hold of former Secretary of State Colin Powell's emails earlier this month is back with a new breach: Emails from a White House staffer Ian Mellul.
Earthlings get a chance to own NASA's Golden Records

Earthlings get a chance to own NASA's Golden Records

Back in the 70's, famed astronomer Carl Sagan and a team of scientists and artists put together a collection of golden phonograph records, which were sent to space aboard Voyager 1 and 2.
Hydrogen fuel cell train offers pollution-free rail trips

Hydrogen fuel cell train offers pollution-free rail trips

Hydrogen fuel cells aren't gaining a huge amount of traction in cars, where there's a steady move toward electric.
Enhance your event experience with Wavework

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Enhance your event experience with Wavework

Ready to eliminate the need for business cards? With Wavework, you can network with people at events you're already attending: concerts, sporting events and more. Event organizers can also harness the app's powerful platform to engage attendees. Download Wavework in the App Store or Google Play now!
Lockheed Martin's bioenergy plant turns waste into clean power

Lockheed Martin's bioenergy plant turns waste into clean power

When it's not taking forever to deliver the F–35 or creating new blimp inspection drones, Lockheed Martin is hard at work finding ways to turn actual trash into useable clean energy.
Twitter reports increase in info and removal requests for 2016

Twitter reports increase in info and removal requests for 2016

Twitter has published its transparency report for January to June 2016, and one thing's clear: requests for user info and content removal keep on piling up.
Scientists use 3D scans to 'unwrap' an ancient scroll

Scientists use 3D scans to 'unwrap' an ancient scroll

The scientific world is developing a knack for reading texts without opening them. Researchers in Israel and the US have conducted the first "virtual unwrapping" of a heavily damaged scroll, the En-Gedi scroll, to read its contents without destroying what's left.
Curt Schilling to repay a fraction of $75 million game loan

Curt Schilling to repay a fraction of $75 million game loan

The saga of former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling's 38 Studios, the state of Rhode Island and an awful lot of money might finally be over.