June 2017 News Wire

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Interesting stories about computer science, software programming, and technology for June 2017.

This Map Will Show If Your Web Traffic Passes Through an NSA Listening Post


Photovoltaic ink could lead to easy solar panel manufacture


Spanner, the Google Database That Mastered Time, Is Now Open to Everyone


Mod Builds An Entire Pokemon Game In Minecraft


Mathematical Model Reveals the Patterns of How Innovations Arise


An Open-Source (and Cute) Alternative to Amazon Echo


Facebook’s algorithm isn’t surfacing one-third of our posts. And it’s getting worse



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