7 noticias de impacto esta semana

Estas son las 7 noticias más impactantes de la semana. ¿Estás de acuerdo? Si no es así­ comparte tu opinión en los comentarios:  1. Francisco: “El celibato no es un dogma”: El papa Francisco abrió la posibilidad de que la Iglesia católica pudiera algún dí­a permitir que los sacerdotes se casen. “El celibato no es un dogma. Es una regla de vida que yo aprecio mucho y pienso que es un regalo para la Iglesia. Pero ya que no es un dogma, la puerta …

Google’s Newest Car Is Adorable, Electric, Homemade and Drives Itself

[View the story “Google’s Car Loses the Steering Wheel and Brake Pedal” on Storify] Story summary: Google has announced that it’s going to make its own self-driving cars from scratch, rather than modify models by other manufacturers. The company is now building 100 of the newest two-seater prototypes. Top speed: 25 mph.               Also of Interest Does Google Owe You a ‘Right to Be Forgotten’? Why You Shouldn’t Drop Your Landline Just Yet Fight …

Does Google Owe You a ‘Right to Be Forgotten’?

You might have grown up worrying that everything you did wrong would go on your “permanent record.” On May 13, the European Court of Justice ruled that Google, whose search engine is the permanent record of our digital lives, must remove links to information about Europeans at their request, if that information is “inadequate, irrelevant or no longer relevant.” Europeans will have the opportunity we all might like: to clean up our personal Web search results and remove the bits …

7 noticias de impacto esta semana

Estas son las 7 noticias más impactantes de la semana. ¿Estás de acuerdo? Si no es así­ comparte tu opinión en los comentarios: 1. ¿Hallaron la ‘Santa Marí­a’ de Cristóbal Colón?: Más de 500 años después del naufragio de la Santa Marí­a en aguas caribeñas, la carabela insignia de Cristóbal Colón, un equipo de arqueólogos afirma haber encontrado los vestigios frente a la costa norte de Haití­. Aunque todaví­a es necesaria una exploración detallada para poder confirmar el que serí­a uno de los …

ID Theft in the Afterlife

To protect against identity theft, you should never share too much about yourself on social media. But once you die, those accounts can pose new problems – beyond the heartbreaking reminders that come with “friend” requests made from the deceased, often through automated programs or a hacker’s ingenuity. Each year, the identities of some 2.5 million deceased Americans are used to fraudulently open credit card accounts, apply for loans, or get cellphone or other services. Each day roughly 2,200 dead people …

Connected Cars: Safety and Fun Are Driving Innovation

News last week that a North Carolina woman died in a head-on car crash while posting selfies and Facebook updates brings home the hope for “connected cars.” More cars connected to the Internet, the argument goes, would help, not distract, drivers. With hands-free, eyes-on-the-road communication and entertainment as the norm, we might hear fewer such horror stories. Related: Top Ten Technologies for Mature Drivers We’re definitely moving toward connected cars. The market for hardware, software and apps that connect cars …