After rejecting the idea three times in the last 10 years, ICANN—the agency that controls web addresses—is finally set to add ".xxx" URL suffixes for adult sites. The idea is that porn sites will now be easier to identify, so parents will have an easier time keeping their children away from it. But porn will also be way easier to find, so our guess is that it'll actually have the opposite effect. Kids these days have it so easy. [AP]

Looking to get your hands on an iPhone 4? There are a few issues you should be aware of first. [Mashable]

Due to concerns over possible personal information risks, the feds have forced Twitter to step up their security game. [Information Week]

If you see mutant rats running through the subway, blame this Yale research team. [Crave]

Introducing "Google Assassins": the tech giant has employed its "remote kill" technology to remove Android apps from users' smartphones. [DailyTech]

Tween girls everywhere rejoice: There's going to be an actual lunar eclipse the weekend the new Twilight movie comes out. [BBC]