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Daily SAT-ACT Reader: Edition #13

Today's Daily SAT-ACT Reader features articles from Wired magazine:

1. Tech Stars Want to Upgrade Your Smartphone-Addled Life and Government
Wired, 10/9/2012

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 19

Wired: Tech Stars Want to Upgrade Your Smartphone-Addled Life and Government

Turning payphones into Wi-Fi hotspots, outfitting bus stops with real-time transit maps, tweeting crime reports, and refilling parking meters from your smartphone? Read more about San Francisco's hi-tech plans and learn vocabulary words like advocacy, chastised, embed, garner, leverage, municipal, oscillate, philanthropic, and repeal.

2. How Good Is Your Phone’s Camera? New Review Site Aims to Find Out
Wired, 10/9/2012

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 17

Wired: How Good Is Your Phone’s Camera? New Review Site Aims to Find Out

Just how good is your phone's camera? Connect, a platform dedicated to the fast growing world of mobile photography, aims to answer that question. Read more and learn vocabulary words like accessible, distortion, exploit, incorporate, plague, prominent, qualitative, and rigor.

3. Supreme Court Terminates Warrantless Electronic Spying Case
Wired, 10/9/2012

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 32

Wired: Supreme Court Terminates Warrantless Electronic Spying Case

The Supreme Court dismissed the bid to hold the nation’s telecoms liable for allegedly providing the National Security Agency with backdoors to eavesdrop, without warrants, on Americans’ electronic communications. Read more and learn vocabulary words like affront, allegations, doctrine, grievance, invoke, liable, surveillance, tenure, and undermine.

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