10 Stories You Need To Know Today

The U.S. controls all of Silk Road’s Bitcoins, spam emails sent from fridges and more.

Starbucks’s smartphone app receives an update after security issues. Macworld

Spain is the first country to rely on wind as its top energy source. Al Jazeera America

Shape magazine publishes a native advertising piece under a ‘news’ heading. The New York Times

Applications for ‘Battlefield NYC’ are now available for Disrupt NYC. TechCrunch

Over 750,000 spam emails sent from smart appliance in less than a month. The Telegraph

The U.S. Government now owns Silk Road’s $25 million in Bitcoin. Engadget

Our technology isn’t keeping up apart — it’s making us more social. The New York Times

Case against woman wearing Google Glass while driving is dropped. The Drum

The New York Times hire Farhad Manjoo to replace tech writer David Pogue. Adweek

Chinese social media network Sina Weibo lose 9% of users to WeChat. Quartz

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