AP: Food companies are responding to increasing disdain at overly-processed looking foods by making food look more imperfect.
CBSnews: As boomers age, more families are moving in together.
BBC: Apple is the latest tech firm to publish details of data requests from the US authorities.
WIRED: After six long years, iPhone users can download Microsoft Office Mobile provided they have a Microsoft Office 365 subscription.
Reuters: Urging repeal of sweeping federal spending cuts, the International Monetary Fund projected weak economic growth in the U.S.
BBC: The newest aircraft from European planemaker Airbus has successfully completed its maiden test flight.
The Washington Post: In a unanimous ruling with huge impact on pharmaceutical, medical and agricultural interests, the Supreme Court said that human genes cannot be patented.
BBC: A portrait of the Queen in Westminster Abbey has been defaced with spray paint, an abbey spokesman has said.
Salon: The company launched “Resource” on Monday, a premium water made specifically for “a woman who is a little more on the trendy side and higher-income side,” according to Larry Cooper, group marketing manager for Resource.
Bloomberg: Jiroemon Kimura, a 116-year-old Japanese man born in 1897, who was the oldest man in recorded history, has died of natural causes.
CBsnews: Using voice commands to send text messages and emails from behind the wheel, which is marketed as a safer alternative for drivers, actually is more distracting and dangerous.
NationalGeogrpahic.com: Dogs and people with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) have similar brain abnormalities.
BBC: The Russian Duma passed a law against giving minors information about homosexuality punishable by heavy fines.