- By Sam Reynolds on July 31, 2013
The Army private behind the biggest leak in U.S history was acquitted on the charge of aiding the enemy, the most serious offense he was charged with, but was found guilty on five counts of theft and five counts of violating the Espionage Act amongst other offenses.
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Why didn’t I think of this earlier? Designed and developed by Swiss startup noonee, the Chairless Chair is a wearable device that acts like a chair-like-support exoskeleton when you need it, and a...
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