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Christian Science Monitor
Google's Project Loon may sound crazy, but it has a lofty mission: To bridge the gap between the Internet haves and have-nots.
Christian Science Monitor
Google's Project Loon may sound crazy, but it has a lofty mission: To bridge the gap between the Internet haves and have-nots.
Associated Press
Richard Bennett discusses Google’s use of novel balloon technology to enhance Internet access.
National Journal
A Minnesota auto-supply dealer is the last place you’d expect to find a national model for making solar power cheap and accessible.
Washington Post
ITIF’s Val Giddings argues that the unapproved gene-altered strain of wheat discovered in Oregon in April appears to be an isolated incident, and should not cause long term trade disruptions.

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PC World
SAP may build a second data center in Australia to meet customer demand for locally delivered cloud services in the wake of PRISM.
PC Advisor
The agency's work against encryption could lead to a loss of trust in the government and US companies.
E-Commerce Times
Twitter on Wednesday launched Twitter Alerts, a new emergency notification service.
NextGov
A crisis threatening the U.S. helium reserve threatens production of semiconductors and computer chips.
TechNewsWorld
“NIST and the NSA have always had a close relationship, but this was not supposed to extend into subverting cryptographic standards," says Daniel Castro