Sci/Tech - Google News

USA TODAY
The coolest stuff coming from Mobile World Congress
USA TODAY
Cool new Android phones, more Internet of Things things, top-draw tech executives—the capital of Spain's Catalonia region turns into the world's mobile capital starting this weekend, with the annual Mobile World Congress tech conference. A worker ...
MWC 2017: what to expect from Mobile World Congress in BarcelonaThe Verge

Forbes
Here Are Some Of The Amazing Things You'll Encounter In 'The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild'
Forbes
By now you've probably already heard that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild represents a major departure from the rest of the series. It's a bold new direction for a decades-old franchise, and one that's constantly surprised and delighted me. My ...
Here's How Long You Can Play The Nintendo Switch Undocked At Max SettingsTech Times
Our first look at the Nintendo Switch and 'Breath of the Wild'Engadget
The Best Developers Around Today - The LobbyGameSpot
GearNuke -iTech Post -GamingBolt -WWG
all 38 news articles »

WIRED
Massive Bug May Have Leaked User Data From Millions of Sites. So … Change Your Passwords
WIRED
The internet infrastructure company Cloudflare, which provides a variety of performance and security services to millions of websites, revealed late Thursday that a bug had caused it to randomly leak potentially sensitive customer data across the internet.
Cloudflare Leak: How Bad Is CloudBleed And What You Should DoTech Times
Here Are The Passwords You Should Change ImmediatelyBuzzFeed News
Cloudbleed bug: Everything you need to knowCNET
Gizmodo -The Week Magazine -USA TODAY -TechCrunch
all 182 news articles »

Christian Science Monitor
Apollo 8 redux: Why NASA might send humans to orbit the moon, again
Christian Science Monitor
NASA could be sending astronauts around the moon sooner than expected, if President Trump has his way. But some argue the change in plans could be costly. Monitor's Best: Top 5. Once suspect, Trump now a hero at conservative 'Woodstock' ...

Business Insider

Tech Times
Elon Musk Gives A Preview Of Tesla Model 3: Production Still On Track
Tech Times
The Tesla Model 3 is back on track after many production delays. Elon Musk makes the wait more bearable by showing off some design sketches of the EV. ( Tesla ). Advertisement. Tesla co-founder and CEO Elon Musk has problematized Los Angeles traffic, ...
Production and Productivity Are the Biggest Issues for Tesla in 2017Yahoo News
Tesla Model 3 Production Starts July, Three New Gigafactories To FollowCarBuzz
Verizon Uses High Ranking in Reliability Survey To Knock T-MobileTop Tech News
Inc.com -TheStreet.com -Mashable -International Business Times
all 134 news articles »

CNET
Google takes on Apple iMessage with enhanced SMS for Android
CNET
Google's plan to bring SMS text messaging into the modern internet age and compete against Apple iMessage is finally taking shape. android-messages-rcs.png. Google's newly named Android Messages will be embedded on Android phones sold by more ...
Android Messages will be the new default texting app Google wants you to useThe Verge
Google announces RCS support for Orange, Deutsche Telekom, and Globe subscribersAndroid Police
Google Renames Messenger to Android MessagesDroid Life (press release) (blog)

13newsnow.com
All of your 'April the giraffe' questions answered
13newsnow.com
WASHINGTON (WUSA9) - Over the last couple of days of 'giraffe watch' there's been a lot of questions being asked about April and her situation specifically. So we finally have some answers for you. WUSA9 spoke with Jordan Patch with Animal Adventure ...
April the Giraffe expected to give birth at any minuteWATE 6 On Your Side
BABY WATCH: April the giraffe, what you need to knowNH1 News
Watch live: April the giraffe prepares to give birth at zoomyfox8.com
Patch.com -WCPO -WFAA.com -WBNG-TV
all 17 news articles »

Christian Science Monitor
Why the FCC delayed new privacy regulations for AT&T, Verizon, and Comcast
Christian Science Monitor
By stepping back from Obama-era privacy rules, the Trump Administration's FCC has made another decision that's likely to benefit internet service providers, but not internet users. Monitor's Best: Top 5 ...
FCC chair to block stricter broadband data privacy rulesReuters
The FCC just rolled back some of its privacy rules, reversing previous positionsDigital Trends
Should Net Neutrality Be Silicon Valley's Next Big Fight?CIO Today