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I can't remember exactly when my teen fascination with computers collided with the FBI, but I'll never forget when two agents showed up on my doorstep.

I can't remember exactly when my teen fascination with computers collided with the FBI, but I'll never forget when two agents showed up on my doorstep.

The FBI’s secret air force watched the streets of Baltimore

The FBI’s secret air force watched the streets of Baltimore

Surveillance aircraft were sent to help Baltimore police spot "possible criminal activity.

FBI: researcher admitted to hacking plane in-flight, causing it to “climb” Chris Roberts "overwrote code" on Thrust Management Computer, according to affidavit. | Ars Technica

FBI: researcher admitted to hacking plane in-flight, causing it to “climb”

FBI: researcher admitted to hacking plane in-flight, causing it to “climb” Chris Roberts "overwrote code" on Thrust Management Computer, according to affidavit.

FBI can’t cut Internet and pose as cable guy to search property, judge says "This is a monumental ruling protecting Americans' privacy in the modern age."

FBI can’t cut Internet and pose as cable guy to search property, judge says

FBI can’t cut Internet and pose as cable guy to search property, judge says "This is a monumental ruling protecting Americans' privacy in the modern age.

Forget The PAT: Let’s Destroy The Touchback

Forget The PAT: Let’s Destroy The Touchback

Time for your weekly edition of the Deadspin Funbag. Email the Funbag. Today, we're covering disabled coaches, semen, dog shit, and more.

DEA, US Army bought $1.2M worth of hacking tools in recent years | Ars Technica

DEA, US Army bought $1.2M worth of hacking tools in recent years

Remote access malware either already has or will soon turn up in local cops' kits.

Mary Lincoln wearing one of her majestic gowns. She was known to love to wear flowers in her hair - this portrait illustrates that clearly.  *s*

Mary Lincoln wearing one of her majestic gowns. She was known to love to wear flowers in her hair - this portrait illustrates that clearly.I wish those dresses were still common for girls to wear

Mattel and ToyTalk has developed a Wi-Fi-connected Barbie that’s able to have two-way conversations, play interactive games, tell stories and joke around. Hello Barbie is expected to hit the market later this year and retail for $74.99. Children are able to interact with the doll through a microphone and speaker located on Barbie's trendy necklace. Hello Barbie also comes equipped with a hold-to-talk button on her belt buckle to make sure she’s responding only to the child’s commands.

Meet Hello Barbie: A Wi-Fi Doll That Talks to Children

Hello Barbie: The world’s first talking Barbie boasts memory recognition and the ability to have two-way conversations

How to automatically water your plants with the Raspberry Pi

How to automatically water your plants with the Raspberry Pi

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