"Rumor: Nintendo Designing New Mario Game" PC Magazine 9:19 PM
"AI is nearly as good as humans in detecting breast cancer: The team used deep learning methods to train the AI." Engadget 7:27 PM
"Computer science grads are playing it safe instead of trying to help build the next big thing" Quartz 7:24 PM
"The fight over a new Wi-Fi channel is coming to a head: Globalstar says it can open up another Wi-Fi channel, but with conditions" IDG News Service 6:32 PM
"Google could be building another Chromebook Pixel" VentureBeat 5:02 PM
"Google AI learns how to play soccer with a virtual ant" Engadget 5:02 PM
"Li-ion king! Mobile phone capability seems to mimic Moore's Law. Dr Gordon Moore had predicted, 50 years ago, that the performance of a semiconductor chip doubles every 18 months. So it seems, does the power under the hood of your hand phone, with today's octa-core processor, an eight-fold improvement in five years. But it is the battery that fuels your phone — and a pretty lousy job it has been doing — till now." Asian Age 3:34 PM
"GoToMyPC hit with hack attack; users need to reset passwords" PCWorld 3:31 PM
"Facebook said Peter Thiel would stay on its board. Tomorrow, CEO Mark Zuckerberg decides for sure." Recode 10:27 AM
"Warning! GoToMyPC hit by password hackers" BetaNews 10:26 AM
"Acer Online Store Breach Exposes Credit Cards, Names, Addresses" PC Magazine 6/18
"Delete Or Update All Adobe Flash Player Instances, Experts Warn" Slashdot 6/18
"Alibaba Financial Affiliate Plans to Buy Stake in Thailand's Ascend Money: Alipay (Hong Kong) Holding seeking 20% stake in Ascend, with an option take another 10%" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 5:01 PM
"How the Virtual Reality Company will use $23 million in fresh funding" VentureBeat 8:00 AM
"Activision's King Deal Will Make It The King Of 2016" Seeking Alpha 6/18
"Ant Financial looks to buy stake in Thai payments company" Reuters 6/18
"India's ClearTax raises $12M to expand into new financial services" TechCrunch 6/17
"U.S. stocks fall as 'Brexit' jitters cast long shadow: Nobody wants to go home long this weekend, analyst says" MarketWatch 6/17
"Apple Selloff, 'Brexit' Fears Pull Stocks Lower Even as Crude Surges: A selloff in Apple and ever-present concerns over next week's 'Brexit' vote kept Wall Street in the red on Friday." TheStreet 6/17
"Stocks drop as Brexit overhang persists" USA Today 6/17
"Investors Eye Outcome of Next Week's Brexit Vote" FOXBusiness 6/17
"U.S. Stocks Slip, Posting Weekly Losses: Traders mull consequences of U.K. vote on EU membership" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 6/17
"Japan stocks recover after a mess of a week: Stocks in Japan rose from a four-month low and led most Asian markets higher on Friday, although worries about the upcoming U.K. vote on European Union membership left the region's markets badly bruised for the week." MarketWatch 6/17
"European shares end higher as bank stocks lead gains: European stocks finished higher Friday, with investors reassessing the prospect of the U.K. leaving the European Union in the wake of a British lawmaker's killing." MarketWatch 6/17
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