12 Stories You Need To Know Today

12 Stories You Need To Know Today

Mouse cloned from a drop of blood, TWC to install 1000 Wi-Fi hotspots in Manhattan and more small businesses embrace Bitcoin.

Keerthana Jagadeesh
  • 28 june 2013

TWC is installing 1000 free Wi-Fi hotspots in Manhattan. Gizmodo

Scientists in Japan have cloned a mouse from a single drop of blood. BBC

Danish Comany has developed a software that will prevent 3D printers from printing guns. Big Think

Kickstarter will open up to Canada based projects later this summer. Kickstarter

BitTorrent defends itself against piracy attacks after GoT set a new ‘BitTorrent piracy record’.   Meme Burn

Intel set to launch paid its paid TV services over the Internet. Ad Age

Showtime network’s Ray Donovan show takes over ad space in the New York Times iPad app. Mashable

Too much collaboration is hurting worker productivity, says a new Gensler report. Quartz

One-fifth of US employees are undermining the companies they work for, a new poll states. Quartz

Apple’s iTunes Radio terms pay independent record labels much more than Pandora pays. WSJ

More small businesses are taking Bitcoins for payment. WSJ

Twitter is experimenting with a new live events platform called “DVR mode.” TechCrunch


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