News Headlines - 12 June 2013

Turkey’s Erdogan hints at concession to protesters - The Washington Post

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Wednesday that he has ordered his interior minister to put an end to the protests sweeping his country within 24 hours, while signaling openness to a referendum on the plans to raze a park in Istanbul that were the original source of public discontent.

Senators press NSA director for answers on secret surveillance program | guardian.co.uk

US senators on the powerful appropriations committee sharply challenged the director of the National Security Agency on Wednesday about the extent of the agency's domestic surveillance first disclosed by the Guardian.

More Americans see man who leaked NSA secrets as 'patriot' than traitor: Poll | Reuters

Roughly one in three Americans say the former security contractor who leaked details of top-secret U.S. surveillance activity is a patriot and should not be prosecuted, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Wednesday.

PS4 vs Xbox One: Who comes out on top as Sony and Microsoft go head-to-head at E3 games expo 2013? - The Independent

Both firms have unveiled their latest consoles, but what can we learn from a direct comparison?

BBC News - Japan tests 4K television streams over the internet

A Japanese telecoms company is carrying out tests to try to prove 4K-resolution video can be streamed over the internet to television set-top boxes.








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