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U-T San Diego
Wed, 01 Oct 2014 10:03:45 -0700
Businesses and organizations can donate their computers, personal mobile devises, and peripheral equipment like monitors and keyboards, which Computers 2 SD Kids will pick up for free. They can also host a drive to collect donations, or pledge a cash ...
Tue, 30 Sep 2014 19:48:45 -0700
It's a common saying that one day all our jobs will be done by robots, but top executives may not have expected their position in the C-suite to be under threat so soon. A Hong Kong venture capital fund recently appointed a computer algorithm to its ...
Palm Beach Post
Wed, 01 Oct 2014 14:22:30 -0700
A 68-year-old man was arrested in New York on Tuesday for selling stolen computers from a Jupiter company, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement Miami Regional Operations Center said. Prosper Azerraf was arrested on an outstanding warrant in ...
Wed, 01 Oct 2014 02:56:15 -0700
The malicious software, also known as the ransomware, which has infected the Australian computers, is called "Cryptolocker" that uses the payment wall "CryptoWall" to demand bitcoins as ransom. The infected computers received the ransomware by clicking ...
Wed, 01 Oct 2014 16:48:45 -0700
The plot arc of Jason Reitman's new film Men, Women, and Children was inspired by Carl Sagan's famous "Pale Blue Dot" speech from Cosmos. Like that speech, the movie is about how we are all just a bunch of self-important monkeys on an insignificant ...
Los Angeles Times
Thu, 25 Sep 2014 21:05:07 -0700
The Los Angeles school district's bond oversight panel rejected a move Thursday by officials to spend an additional $42 million on new computers, including purchases under a controversial — and recently suspended — technology contract. The district's ...
Wed, 01 Oct 2014 10:50:46 -0700
Oddsmakers, computers favor UK over U of L. Through the first month of this college football season, the atmospheres surrounding Kentucky and Louisville have seemed to contrast. At Kentucky, there is an unusual sense of optimism. For the first time in a.
Tue, 30 Sep 2014 18:18:45 -0700
A former state employee has been sentenced to 210 days in jail for using his work computers in pursuit of ways to commit identity theft. Matthew Shadle, 34, was also sentenced to five years probation after pleading no contest to a felony charge of ...
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