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  1. The rise of the Internet of things (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2014-07-21 17:01:18, published by USA Today
It's not just computers and phones that are linked up to the Internet — it's refrigerators and glasses and trains and buildings. additional details]
  2. Old letters show Warren Harding's affair (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2014-07-07 21:00:48, published by CNN
Long before computers or televisions existed, a man who would become a U.S. senator and then president started an affair with his neighbor's wife. ... [additional details]
  3. Your computer knows all -- and tells all (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2014-07-03 00:00:50, published by CNN
Police can search your computers with a warrant, and sometimes without one. Things like photos, documents and search histories -- like research on how death occurs in a hot car -- are all fair game. ... [additional details]
  4. Internet search on death in hot cars (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2014-06-27 13:00:45, published by CNN
Police in Georgia investigating the death of a toddler left in a sweltering SUV seized computers from the office of the boy's father, a source tells HLN's Nancy Grace. ... [additional details]
  5. Odd search on computer in dad's office (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2014-06-27 03:00:50, published by CNN
A source with knowledge of the investigation has told HLN's Nancy Grace that investigators seized computers from the father's office. ... [additional details]
  6. Long lost plans aid computer rebuild (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2014-06-25 18:00:15, published by BBC
Detailed circuit diagrams for one of Britain's pioneering computers have come to light during a project to reconstruct the machine. [additional details]
  7. New laws on claim firm give-aways (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2014-06-07 06:00:24, published by BBC
Lawyers and claims firms are to be banned from offering incentives such as free tablet computers to encourage people to make insurance claims, says the government. [additional details]
  8. Apple phones Dr. Dre from stage (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2014-06-03 00:00:45, published by CNN
In order to demonstrate how Apple computers can now use iPhones to make phone calls, Craig Federighi phoned Dr. Dre. ... [additional details]
  9. Building on a colossal secret (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2014-05-05 11:00:54, published by BBC
The close ties between spies and computers [additional details]
10. Government PC made Muslim wiki edit (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2014-04-30 02:00:20, published by BBC
The charity that represents Wikipedia in the UK has condemned edits made from government computers after more insults and vandalism emerged. [additional details]
11. Hillsborough Wiki posts 'sickening' (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2014-04-25 20:00:38, published by BBC
The government says changes on Wikipedia about the Hillsborough disaster allegedly made on Whitehall computers were "sickening". [additional details]
12. Probe over Hillsborough insult posts (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2014-04-25 05:00:35, published by BBC
The government says it is making "urgent inquiries" into reports Whitehall computers were used to make insulting comments about the Hillsborough disaster. [additional details]
13. Heartbleed bug prompts server search (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2014-04-10 17:00:21, published by BBC
Computers vulnerable to the Heartbleed bug, which allows data to be stolen from servers, are being actively sought online, say security experts. [additional details]
14. IBM mainframes mark 50th anniversary (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2014-04-06 13:01:51, published by USA Today
As the big computers hit a milestone, analysts and IBM workers ponder their future. ... [additional details]
15. Ethiopia 'spies on telecoms traffic' (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2014-03-25 13:00:11, published by BBC
Ethiopia's government is using imported technology to spy on the phones and computers of its perceived opponents, a Human Rights Watch report says. [additional details]
16. Expert: Only pilots could alter route (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2014-03-19 17:01:01, published by CNN
The change in route for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 was initiated in the plane's computers before the cockpit signed off with air traffic control, a source says. ... [additional details]
17. Hackers hit NATO computers (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2014-03-16 05:01:20, published by CNN
Hackers apparently attacked several NATO websites Saturday, but they did not interrupt operations nor was the integrity of NATO's systems affected, NATO spokeswoman Oana Lungescu said on Twitter. ... [additional details]
18. Crowdsourcing the search (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2014-03-13 03:01:08, published by CNN
More than 115,000 volunteers have joined the crowdsourcing search for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane by going to their computers and reviewing satellite photos of the open ocean to find signs of the aircraft, a sponsor said Wednesday. ... [additional details]
19. Computers select personal medicine (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2014-02-16 01:00:25, published by BBC
UK scientists glimpse one future for personalised medicine, using supercomputers to match the drug most likely to work in a specific HIV patient. [additional details]
20. Israel defence computers hit by hack (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2014-01-27 13:00:23, published by BBC
Israeli defence computers were compromised via a malicious email attachment, an Israeli computer security firm has revealed. [additional details]
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