Marketplace Tech for Friday, June 14, 2013

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We've been talking a lot about privacy, surveillance, and the transfer of information this week. But here's a related headline you may have missed: Chinese scientists claim to have bounced single photons off an orbiting satellite and detected them back on the Earth's surface. So what? Well, that's something to cross off the list in the scientific race for what's called quantum teleportation. 

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