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Should We Prohibit Genetically Engineered Babies?

What if, before your child was born, you could make sure they had the genes to be taller or smarter? Would that tempt you, or would you find it unnerving? Two teams of experts debate genetic engineering in the latest Intelligence Squared U.S. debate.

Like Facebook, Apple Says It Was Attacked By Hackers

This is the highest-profile cyber attack to target Mac computers. Both Facebook and Apple say user data was not compromised.

Social Media And Work: Is It Ever OK To Complain Online?

Many employees lost their jobs in recent years after posting negative comments about work on social media sites. A recent decision by the National Labor Relations Board may give workers more freedom to talk and complain about work on social media.

Changing The Game In Video Gaming

When you dive into an alternate reality in a video game, do you ever think about the technology that took you there? For Black History Month,Tell Me More is featuring professionals in science, technology, engineering and math. Host Michel Martin talks to video game developer Lisette Titre about her career as a video game artist.

Clues Connect Global Hacking To Chinese Government, Security Firm Says

Years of cyberattacks have produced evidence tracing them to Shanghai, according to researchers from Mandiant Corp. More precisely, to a place where the People's Liberation Army conducts such work.

Older Tech Workers Oppose Overhauling H-1B Visas

Overhauling immigration is complicated and controversial. There's been a proposed increase in H-1B visas. Those are the visas that allow companies to bring in skilled foreign workers for jobs that can't be filled by Americans.

As 3-D Printing Becomes More Accessible, Copyright Questions Arise

A 3-D printer allows people to easily create Yoda busts, Tintin's rocket ship — and even NPR action figures. But as this technology gets cheaper, the budding industry could face the same intellectual property battles that upended the music business a decade ago.