From the Wires

Google accounts for 25 percent of Internet traffic

CNN Money: Google is a quarter of all American Internet traffic, and is growing faster than the Internet itself.

Taco Bell to discontinue kids' meals

CNN: The fast food chain will discontinue the toy and food combos at some locations this month and across the brand by next year.

How tech companies avoid taxes

Reuters: More than half of the top U.S. tech firms use structures to cut their tax bills that some governments want to change.

Zimmerman comes out of hiding to help rescue someone

ABC: George Zimmerman emerged from hiding to help rescue someone who was trapped in an overturned truck.

Duchess in labor

CNN: As a nation and the world awaited news of a child who could one day sit on the British throne, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, experienced a normal labor on Monday.

Warner Brothers announces Superman/Batman movie

Reuters: Perhaps the ultimate superhero buddy movie will be coming to theaters in the next few years.

Detroit is largest American city to file for bankruptcy

New York Times: Detroit is the largest American city to file for bankruptcy, as well as the largest municipal filing in terms of debt.

Device turns any bike into electric one

CNET: The Rubbee on Kickstarter is a clever take on the concept of electric bike conversion kits.

Physicists closer to understanding how world began

AP: Two scientific teams have for the first time precisely recorded an extremely rare event in physics that adds certainty to how we think the universe began.

Gov. Perry signs sweeping abortion restrictions

AP: Texas Gov. Rick Perry signed sweeping new abortion restrictions on Thursday that could shutter most of the clinics in Texas.

McDonald's under fire for assuming workers have two jobs

Salon.com: McDonalds got heat for telling its staff to have two jobs. But its financial planning advice is even more offensive.

Cancer detected by surgical knife

USA Today: Doctors in London are testing a new knife that can detect cancer during surgery.

Tesla CEO backs 'Hyperloop' method of transport

Wired: Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk says a "Hyperloop" network of pneumatic tubes could transport travelers between NYC and LA in 45 minutes.