Facebook's Internet-serving drone under investigation over test flight accident

An accident involving Facebook’s internet-serving Aquila drone is being investigated by U.S. aviation safety agency the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB). Facebook previously touted the drone’s first test flight as a success.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/11/22/facebooks-internet-serving-drone-under-investigation-over-test-flight-accident.html

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Russian hackers had access to all DNC email communcations, co-founder of security firm says

The co-founder of the security firm that investigated the dual cyber breaches of the Democratic National Committee’s computer network told Fox News on Tuesday one of the Russian-government linked intelligence groups responsible for the cyberattack had access to all email communications coming into the organization.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/06/14/russian-hackers-had-access-to-all-dnc-email-communcations-co-founder-security-firm-says.html

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Confusion Reigns Over Wright's 'I Am Satoshi' Claim


Five months after being outed — and subsequently investigated by police and tax authorities — Craig Steven Wright on Monday stepped forward to claim that he really is the cofounder of bitcoin who operated in secret for years under the name “Satoshi Nakamoto.” Wright penned a lengthy blog post and giving a series of extensive interviews, apparently in the hope of convincing the world that he is the legitimate founder of bitcoin, a controversial cryptocurrency that has caused head-scratching from Silicon Valley to Wall Street.

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