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Published: Tuesday, April 29, 2014, 12:01 a.m.

Cyber driver

If TrafficLight = Yellow Then StepOnIt: Google says its self-driving cars have mastered freeways, which presumably means they understand that slower traffic keeps right, and now are ready to take on the intricacies of city driving, including jaywalkers and unpredictable bicyclists.

The robot cars currently are driving around Google home world in Silicon Valley, but their ultimate test will be the red light cameras of Lynnwood.

You’ve got hacked mail: AOL says a security breach may have exposed the private information of its email users.

Sounds like the shadowy Eastern European cybercrime world is after Grandma Millie’s top-secret molasses cookie recipe.

Clipped: The NBA commissioner will hold a press conference today, at which he might announce sanctions against Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling for making racist comments.

Sterling’s days of sitting courtside at Clipwith young women paid to sit next to him are likely over, but don’t be surprised if he turns up as the loathsome villain in a “Django Unchained” sequel.

— Mark Carlson, Herald staff

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