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A New 3-D Printing Method Is Rising Out Of The Ooze

Remember how the T-1000 in Terminator 2 re-formed out of molten metal? The folks at Carbon3D figured out how to do that in real life, and what they created may be the next iteration of 3-D printing.
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#NPRreads: From Supreme Court Justice To The Notorious R.B.G.

For your weekend, here are four recommendations: How Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg became an Internet meme, how The Great Wave went viral, a profile of Hugh Hewitt and why 4Chan's founder walked away.
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Glitch In D.C. Police Database Has Prosecutors Concerned About Missing Data

A glitch in a Metropolitan Police Department database has prosecutors in D.C. scrambling to find out whether key information was withheld from defense attorneys.
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Apple Planning To Offer 'Skinny' TV Service, Reports Say

NPR's Don Gonyea interviews Meg James, a corporate media reporter for the Los Angeles Times, about reports that say Apple plans to offer a "skinny" package of channels for cable cord cutters.
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Think Before You Hit Send: D.C. Entrepreneur Helps You Avoid Text Regret

If you've ever sent a text and then regretted it, a 28-year-old entrepreneur in D.C. has a solution for you.

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Companies Worried About Hackers Turn To Cyber Insurance

Health insurer Premera Blue Cross says hackers may have compromised 11 million of its customer accounts. Such attacks are worrying companies, and they're increasingly turning to cyber insurance.
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Microsoft Is Phasing Out Internet Explorer

The Web browser will be replaced in Windows 10, with what's currently being called Project Spartan.
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Premera Blue Cross Cyberattack Exposed Millions Of Customer Records

The health insurance provider has revealed that a cyberattack discovered in January may have made the medical and financial information of 11 million people vulnerable to thieves.
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Debate: Should The U.S. Adopt The 'Right To Be Forgotten' Online?

People don't always like what they see when they Google themselves. EU residents have a right to request that unflattering material be removed from online search results. Should the U.S. follow suit?
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A New Smartphone App Expands The Reach Of StoryCorps

Dave Isay founded StoryCorps with the goal of giving everyone a chance to be heard. Now a new smartphone app lets anyone record an interview that will be archived at the Library of Congress.

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