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Josh Constine / TechCrunch:
Google Straps Aclima Sensors To Street View Cars To Map Air Pollution  —  If a city knows what intersections are full of smog, it could add trees or change stop light schedules to improve the air its citizens breathe.  Google Earth's Outreach program that equips nonprofits and public-benefit organizations …


Dante D'Orazio / The Verge:
Microsoft's HoloLens will ship to developers ‘within the next year’  —  Microsoft will release “V1” of its HoloLens virtual reality headset sooner rather than later.  CEO Satya Nadella said that the first developer version of the hologram-projecting device will come out “within the next year” …


Washington Post:
Former DNI Mike McConnell, DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff, and Deputy Secretary of Defense William Lynn back strong encryption in op-ed  —  Why the fear over ubiquitous data encryption is overblown  —  Clarification: Due to a production error, a version of this column was temporarily posted prematurely …


Patrick Howell O'Neill / The Daily Dot:
Hackers find vulnerabilities in Industrial Ethernet Switches used in hydroelectric dams, nuclear power plants  —  How hackers can take over nuclear power plants  —  The world's most important facilities—think massive hydroelectric dams and nuclear power plants—are vulnerable to devastating cyberattacks.


New York Times:
Xiaoice, Microsoft's Chinese chatbot, has a sense of humor, good listening skills, and 20M registered users  —  For Sympathetic Ear, More Chinese Turn to Smartphone Program  —  She is known as Xiaoice, and millions of young Chinese pick up their smartphones every day to exchange messages with her …