1. Russian Hackers Read Obama’s Unclassified Emails, Officials Say
2. Internet Access on Planes May Help Hijackers
Connecting to the Internet in-flight could let hackers attack aircraft controls.
3. Twitter Opens Up Its Direct Messaging Feature
Now anyone can slide into your DMs—unless you opt out.
4. Predicting boneheaded driving with technology
5. Tesla Hacked on Twitter, Media-Relations E-Mail Accounts
6. ‘Google Adventurer’ Dies on Mt. Everest
Dan Fredinburg posted this image on his Instagram account on April 24, 2015,
near Mount Everest. Mr. Fredinburg, a Google engineer and avid climber, was
killed when an earthquake in Nepal set off an avalanche.
7. The cell phone data scam
8. An App That Builds Wonder
9. The man who wants to control the weather with lasers
10. Amazon Wants to Show U.S. Drones Can Safely Deliver Cargo
11. 10 YouTube Stars Share Their Earliest YouTube Memories
Ten years ago today, YouTube got its first video. We revisit the YouTube
canon of old with 10 of the platform’s iconic personalities.
12. Twitter Could Predict Emergency Room Rush Hours
Researchers say Twitter data can predict surges in emergency room visits
for chronic illnesses with 70 percent accuracy.