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  1. Can you really revise while chatting online?... (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2018-04-18 03:05:22, published by BBC
What should parents say to teenagers who seem to be playing on their computers more than revising for exams?... [additional details]
  2. Russia is sponsoring cyberattacks in U.S. homes and businesses, U.S. and... (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2018-04-16 19:06:48, published by USA Today
U.S., UK cyber officials warned Monday that Russia is sponsoring attacks on computers worldwide for espionage, theft and potential future attacks<... [additional details]
  3. 5 tech gems that will change the way you do things (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2018-04-13 20:06:47, published by USA Today
Spell check was an early convenience for computers. Now there are millions of small utilities to make life easier. Here are Kim Komando's top 5.additional details]
  4. 5 tech shortcuts that are better than spell check (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2018-03-30 16:06:25, published by USA Today
Spell check was an early convenience for computers. Now there are millions of small utilities to make life easier. Here are Kim Komando's top 5.additional details]
  5. Parking tickets and water bills unpaid, and court hearings canceled:... (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2018-03-27 23:05:43, published by CNN
Six days after a ransomware attack shut down the City of Atlanta's online systems, officials are telling employees to turn their computers and printers back on for the first time. ... [additional details]
  6. Atlanta hit by ransomware attack, city employees told not to turn on computers (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2018-03-23 17:06:33, published by USA Today
A ransomware attack on the city of Atlanta means city works at city hall can't turn on their computers.additional details]
  7. South Korea to shut off computers to stop people working late... (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2018-03-22 12:05:15, published by BBC
The initiative in South Korea's local government aims to stop a "culture of working overtime". [additional details]
  8. Elderly Americans face slew of online, phone scams. Here's how to... (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2018-03-17 10:06:33, published by USA Today
Seniors can be particularly vulnerable as they increasingly become tech-savvy, using computers, smartphones and creating social media profiles.additional details]
  9. Iceland police arrest suspected Bitcoin server thieves... (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2018-03-05 16:05:08, published by BBC
Police in Iceland arrest 11 people suspected of stealing more than 600 computers used to mine crypto-currencies. [additional details]
10. Mobile World Congress 2018: 5 of the coolest things you need to know (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2018-02-28 20:06:37, published by USA Today
From the Galaxy S9 and 5G networks to computers you write on in pencil, here is what you need to know from MWC 2018.additional details]
11. Quantum computers 'one step closer'... (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2018-02-15 09:05:11, published by BBC
Quantum computing has taken a step forward with the recent development of a silicon-based programmable quantum processor. [additional details]
12. Uber says it used a tool to hide data when police raided its offices outside... (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2018-01-12 01:06:35, published by USA Today
The tool, code named Ripley, could lock computers and smartphones and change passwords remotely from the company’s headquarters in San Francisco.additional details]
13. Apple update protects devices from Spectre... (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2018-01-08 23:05:48, published by CNN
Apple users should install the latest software releases for smartphones and computers to protect against the Spectre flaw. ... [additional details]
14. Own a Mac, PC or smartphone? A major security flaw means you need to do... (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2018-01-05 02:06:15, published by USA Today
A newly-revealed design flaw in almost all central processing units puts millions of computers at risk. USA TODAY's Q and A explaining what's going on.additional details]
15. Processor flaws called Spectre and Meltdown can leave data on... (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2018-01-05 02:05:27, published by CNN
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16. US Customs computers outage caused delays for travelers... (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2018-01-02 06:05:35, published by CNN
An outage affecting the Customs and Border Protection's computer systems left international travelers waiting in long lines at airports throughout the country Monday night. &... [additional details]
17. White House strategy to punish North Korea for WannaCry attack: 'We're... (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2017-12-19 17:06:15, published by USA Today
The cyberattack crippled computers in 150 countries. But the consequences will be little more than public shaming, the White House said.additional details]
18. Starbucks wi-fi makes computers mine crypto-currency... (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2017-12-13 16:05:06, published by BBC
Visitors to an Argentine branch of the coffee chain are targeted with crypto-currency malware. [additional details]
19. N.C. county rejects hackers' $26K ransom demand to unlock infected... (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2017-12-07 16:06:22, published by USA Today
Officials said backups could be used to restore servers, but it would take "days not hours."additional details]
20. Doctor who rejects computers loses her license to practice... (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2017-11-30 06:05:19, published by CNN
Anna Konopka, a doctor in New London, New Hampshire, refuses to practice what she calls "electronic medicine." She doesn't know how to use a computer, and she handwrites her patient records and keeps them in file cabinets. ... [additional details]
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