April 14, 2014

Weekly Communications Newsletter

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Upgrade Your Screen or Camera without Buying a New Phone

Google believes open hardware innovation could help it find industries and markets for its software and services.

 
 

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Making All Your Screens Play Nicely

Conductr wants to help developers make apps that will spread out across multiple devices, taking advantage of all your display real estate.

 

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Eugene Kaspersky Discusses Cyberwar

It’s only a matter of time before more cyberweapons emerge, says the founder of the Moscow-based computer security firm Kaspersky.

 
 

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Many Devices Will Never Be Patched to Fix Heartbleed Bug

Home automation systems and networking equipment vulnerable to a major encryption flaw are unlikely to be fixed.

 
 

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Here’s Why the Comcast–Time Warner Merger Is Bad

Comcast’s proposed $45 billion merger with Time Warner Cable is reminiscent of a 1990s-era plan for Internet dominance that Comcast then distrusted.

 
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The Data Mining Techniques That Reveal Our Planet's Cultural Links and Boundaries

Studying cultural variation around the world has always been expensive, time-consuming work. Which is why the newfound ability to mine the data from location-based social networks is revolutionizing this science.

 
 

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Seven Stories You Shouldn’t Miss (Week Ending April 12, 2014)

Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.

 
 

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Best Tech Stories from Around the Web (Week Ending April 12, 2014)

A roundup of the most interesting stories from other sites, collected by the staff at MIT Technology Review.

 
 

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Heartbleed: When Should We Change Passwords?

An Internet bug had massive potential security implications. But good luck getting information on whether any actual damage was done.

 
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