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Cymmetria hires former U.S. govt cyber official Jim Christy

Nov 27- Computer security startup Cymmetria has hired a well-known retired U.S. government computer-forensics expert, Jim Christy, as vice president of investigations and digital forensics. Cymmetria was founded last year by Gadi Evron, who served as an executive with PwC and Kaspersky Lab after several cyber posts for the Israeli government.
Source: Reuters
These apps use emojis to make you less depressed

Sharing emotions in a structured way via social media is on the cutting edge of online psychotherapy research, including emojis.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Anita Balakrishnan
Nevada researchers trying to turn roadside weed into biofuel

RENO, Nev.- Three decades ago, a University of Nevada researcher who obtained one of the first U.S. Energy Department grants to study the potential to turn plants into biofuels became convinced that a roadside weed- curly top gumweed- was growing along the road to the future. Now, scientists who've been cultivating gumweed on the Reno campus think they are on the...
Source: The Associated Press | By: By SCOTT SONNER, Associated Press
Think you want a tiny house? Businesses offer a tryout first

CROYDON, N.H.— Hilary and Shane Lentz were hooked on the idea of a tiny house, but they weren't sure the reality would be so appealing. Their curiosity led them to the hills of New Hampshire, where a business that started at Harvard University rents out tiny houses for $99 a night. Caravan, a hotel in Portland, Oregon, offers six tiny houses ranging from 84 to 170 square...
Source: The Associated Press | By: By COLLIN BINKLEY, Associated Press
Better batteries to beat global warming: A race against time

These types of technological solutions will be one of the more hopeful aspects of United Nations climate talks that begin next week in Paris. "If you are serious about eliminating combustion of fossil fuels to power anything— a house, a city, a state— you can't do it without storage," which usually means batteries, said Carnegie Mellon University battery expert and...
Source: The Associated Press | By: By SETH BORENSTEIN, AP Science Writer
UPDATE 2-Renault in campaigners' sights as diesel ripples spread

*No immediate comment from Renault. BERLIN/ LONDON, Nov 24- Renault's flagship Espace minivan released toxic diesel emissions 25 times legal limits in a Swiss study despite complying with EU tests carried out at unrealistically low engine temperatures, a German green group said on Tuesday. The DUH, which had earlier singled out General Motors' Opel brand over...
Source: Reuters | By: Andreas Cremer and Laurence Frost
Concussion tests go high-tech-and NFL buys in

Companies - with the NFL's help - are working on high-tech concussion tests that aim to make head diagnosis less subjective.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Jacob Pramuk
Professor, wife convicted of fraud in $700,000 NASA contract

PHILADELPHIA— A university professor and his wife were convicted Friday of defrauding NASA by letting graduate students and researchers do all the work on a $700,000 project. Lehigh University engineering professor Yujie Ding and his wife, Yuliya Zotova, told NASA that their startup company would develop a cutting-edge sensor used to track climate change,...
Source: The Associated Press
Poll: Trump retakes lead in GOP race; Cruz gains

The NBC News/SurveyMonkey poll shows Trump has the front-runner spot, with 28% support among Republican and independent voters who lean Republican.
Source: NBC NEWS | By: Allison Kopicki and John Lapinski
US probes Bosch in VW cheating scandal

U.S. authorities are investigating German auto supplier Robert Bosch GmbH over its role in Volkswagen massive scheme to cheat U.S. emission standards, according to people familiar with the matter.
Source: Reuters