Technology News This Morning – June 7, 2013

Technology News This Morning – June 7, 2013

Posted by on Jun 7, 2013 in Blog, Tech News

Technology News This Morning – June 7, 2013

Keeping you up to date with my top 10 technology news articles for this morning June 7, 2013.

  1. The Washington Post reported last night that there is a secret government called , which allows the NSA to collect data directly from the central servers of Microsoft, Yahoo, Google, Facebook, PalTalk, AOL, Skype, YouTube, Apple Read…
  2. But then, almost all those companies immediately denied knowledge of , and said no one at the NSA has direct access to their servers. Read…
  3. Later, the Washington Post distanced itself from the claim that the companies “participate knowingly” in the . Read…
  4. Director of National Intelligence James Clapper responded to the controversy, saying the is not for spying on Americans. Read…
  5. Meanwhile…Samsung’s market cap shrank by $12 billion over pessimism about its smartphone business. Read…
  6. Google CEO Larry Page thinks people won’t mind when others wear Google Glass into the bathroom. Read…
  7. Uber is lowering its prices. Read…
  8. TidyTilt, a startup funded by Kickstarter that designed a really cool cover for iPhones, has been acquired by Logitech. Read…
  9. Scientists say we’re closer to actually making invisibility cloaks than you think. Read…
  10. Facebook is reducing the types of ad units it sells by half. Read… 

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