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@cnntech BitTorrent to release 'The Interview'? http://t.co/e8nqyJBGco via @Jose_Pagliery http://t.co/8wf72xZweY

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@cnntech South Africa set to search for secrets of universe – but can exploration bring other prizes? http://t.co/BulEeWW8ao http://t.co/zEOBOOiPLk

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@cnntech Here’s a “Kitchen safe” to lock away your cookies. And 10 more hi-tech food gadgets here: http://t.co/Xm0u2pg8KS http://t.co/SBzDLQn405

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Google's fully functional driverless car is adorable

Google's new driverless-car prototype is downright hugable. FULL STORY

By Heather Kelly, CNN

Filed under: Innovation

Why Russia made Google take down a 'got chocolate?' blog post  CNNMoney.com

Google gets a lot of requests from the world's governments to remove allegedly illegal items from its website. For the first time, Google has detailed specifics: what governments are asking for and how it has responded. FULL STORY

Kathryn Vasel

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Instagram and others grapple with anti-cop posts CNNMoney.com

On Instagram, #shootthepolice is no longer searchable. On Twitter, a hashtag is still visible that groups posts together inciting violence against cops. FULL STORY

Laurie Segall

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Uber seeking patent on surge pricing CNNMoney.com

Uber is seeking a patent for its "surge pricing," in which riders are sometimes charged exorbitant amounts at times of high demand. FULL STORY

Chris Isidore

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BitTorrent to release 'The Interview'? CNNMoney.com

BitTorrent, the same file-sharing network used to distribute hacked Sony documents and emails, says it's the perfect candidate for Sony to release "The Interview." FULL STORY

Jose Pagliery

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Staples hack exposes 1.2 million credit cards CNNMoney.com

After a two-month wait, Staples on Friday evening announced hackers broke into its computers and stole data on 1.16 million shoppers' credit cards and debit cards. FULL STORY

Jose Pagliery

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Study: Hack attack aimed at ISIS' opposition

North Korea, with its previous technologically laggard image, may have just shocked the world with some alleged hacking savvy, but when ISIS comes to mind, so does the terrorists' digital bent. FULL STORY

By Ben Brumfield, CNN

Filed under: Innovation

Obama calls James Franco 'James Flacco' CNNMoney.com

While talking about the Sony hack during his end-of-year press conference, President Obama called actor James Franco "James Flacco." FULL STORY

Jose Pagliery

Filed under: Tech Biz

Google sues to stop Hollywood threats CNNMoney.com

Major Hollywood studios have led a quiet campaign with Mississippi's attorney general to slam Google with lawsuits for linking to illegal content. Now Google is striking back. FULL STORY

Jose Pagliery

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Why North Korea's attack should leave every company scared stiff CNNMoney.com

Watch your back, Corporate America, or you could become the next Sony. FULL STORY

Jose Pagliery

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It's time for disruptive tech firms to grow up CNNMoney.com

As the adage goes, there is no such thing as bad publicity. FULL STORY

Nina dos Santos

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Twitter chat as it happened: "Is Bitcoin over?"

By Jacopo Prisco, for CNN

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Andrew Bergmann

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'Digital nose' on a chip can sniff out diseases

It's long been known that dogs and cats, with their highly developed sense of smell, can be trained to identify the volatile chemicals released by human illnesses. FULL STORY

By Peter Shadbolt, for CNN

Filed under: Innovation

The heart of the Internet has been hacked CNNMoney.com

The all-powerful but little-known organization that administers all global website domain names has been hacked. FULL STORY

Alanna Petroff

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Engineers are working on super batteries to extend the range of electric cars by hundreds of miles. FULL STORY

Technology is advancing so quickly that it seems to provide an ingenious solution for every challenge. CNN innovation correspondent Rachel Crane takes a look at eight big ideas making life better every day. FULL STORY

Doug Gross

Who is Slenderman?
He's the Internet's own monster, a ghoul who lurks in its darkest corners and, like the Web itself, has mutated time and again to suit the dreams and desires of his devotees. FULL STORY

Heather Kelly

Sensors let Alzheimer's patients stay at home, safely
Caregivers are turning to smart-home and wearable technology to monitor family members with Alzheimer's and dementia, helping them live independently longer. FULL STORY

Jarrett Bellini

Apparently This Matters: Weed Fairy leaves free pot
I never actually caught a glimpse of the Tooth Fairy when I was young, but she was definitely real and in cahoots with my mom. This, due to the fact that I never woke up to find a Nintendo. FULL STORY

Brandon Griggs

The next frontier in 3-D printing: Human organs
The emerging process of 3-D printing can reproduce the vascular systems required to make organs viable. Scientists already use the machines to print tiny strips of organ tissue. And while printing whole human organs for transplants is still years away, the technology is rapidly developing. FULL STORY

Larry Frum

Can 'Mario Kart 8' save the Wii U?
It's the gaming industry's gold standard, once named by Guinness World Records as the most influential video game in history. Now, Nintendo is turning to "Super Mario Kart" once again. FULL STORY

10 ideas to change the world

10 ideas to change the world What if the U.S. had only two time zones? Should all public transportation be automated for safety? And maybe it IS time to reinvent the wheel. Meet 10 bold ideas that could shape our future. FULL STORY

Wired | Mar 20, 2014

The Germans have figured how to 3-D print cars

The assembly line isn't going away, but 3-D printing is going to reshape how we make cars. One German automaker points the way with an beautifully crafted frame inspired by a turtle's skeleton. FULL STORY

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