[NyTimes] : "A General Electric technician working on a jet engine. The company said that by analyzing million miles of flights by two dozen airlines in recent months, it has been able to identify possible"
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[NyTimes] : "It was quite a glamorous weekend. First, I flew to Los Angeles to star in a commercial for athletic wear. Then I flew right back to New York, where I met my handsome boyfriend, Christian, a famous"
[NyTimes] : "An artist's concept of the International Sun-Earth Explorer-3 spacecraft, in space since 1978. The craft was essentially abandoned by NASA in 1997. A small group of space enthusiasts had hoped to"
[NyTimes] : "The mortgage industry set the stage for the recession by luring people into ruinously priced loans they could never hope to repay, then selling those loans to Wall Street in mortgage-backed"
[NyTimes] : "BEIJING — Chinese authorities imposed new restrictions on the country’s most popular mobile instant messaging services on Thursday, including rules meant to curb the sharing of"
[NyTimes] : "A Russian crime ring has amassed the largest known collection of stolen Internet credentials, including 1.2 billion user name and password combinations and more than 500 million email addresses,"
[NyTimes] : "MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — Some of the engineers who used to help the Central Intelligence Agency solve problems have moved on to another challenge: determining the value of every conceivable"
[NyTimes] : "Even as federal health officials announced plans to speed development of an Ebola vaccine, scientists who study the virus warned that the task would be arduous and that success was hardly"
[NyTimes] : "SEATTLE — Sometime this fall, a huge vertical shaft lined with 84 concrete pilings, designed to hold back the slurry that defines underground Seattle, will be finished, and a Mr. Fix-It"
[NyTimes] : "In 2006, Ren Ng, a graduate student at Stanford, published a doctoral thesis outlining a revolutionary technology in photography that almost seemed like an illusion.Mr. Ng discussed a way of"
[NyTimes] : "SAN FRANCISCO — The same tools that help millions of Americans work from home are being exploited by cybercriminals to break into the computer networks of retailers like Target and Neiman"