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  1. 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]
  2. 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]
  3. 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]
  4. 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]
  5. 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]
  6. 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]
  7. 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]
  8. 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]
  9. NSA could 'spy on offline computers' (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2014-01-15 13:00:29, published by BBC
The US National Security Agency (NSA) used secret technology to spy on computers that were not even connected to the internet, it is reported. [additional details]
10. Report: NSA spying on computers around world (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2014-01-15 04:01:55, published by USA Today
The NSA is conducting global covert computer spying, 'New York Times' reports. ... [additional details]
11. Wrong runway landings a wakeup call (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2014-01-15 03:01:01, published by CNN
Robert Mark says the Southwest accidental landing is a sharp reminder of an ongoing issue in aviation: Pilot's confusion about what their computers are telling them ... [additional details]
12. Hacking trial CCTV evidence released (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2014-01-14 19:00:42, published by BBC
Footage appearing to show Rebekah Brooks' husband and others allegedly trying to hide computers and documents from police has been released. [additional details]
13. Butterfly botnet 'mastermind' jailed (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2013-12-24 13:00:10, published by BBC
A Slovenian accused of writing the code for a botnet that infected nearly 13 million computers is jailed for nearly five years. [additional details]
14. Apple's high-end Mac Pro goes on sale (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2013-12-19 23:01:20, published by CNN
Apple's Mac Pro, the high-end show horse of the company's desktop line, goes on sale Thursday, restoring some luster to deskbound computers that have been overshadowed by the mobile revolution. ... [additional details]
15. How your phone will change your life (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2013-12-12 11:01:23, published by CNN
The smart phone has revolutionized our personal and professional lives. More than just a phone, they are powerful, networked multimedia computers that we carry with us every day. ... [additional details]
16. Pilots, not computers, should fly (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2013-12-11 18:01:02, published by CNN
Robert Mark says the Asiana Airlines plane crash indicates excessive reliance on technology can be a problem ... [additional details]
17. Who's driving this bus, train, plane? (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2013-12-08 15:01:30, published by CNN
We tend to get drowsy, inattentive over long hauls. Computers, on the other hand, don't know fatigue -- which is why the time is coming when it will be safer for humans to take a backseat to technology. ... [additional details]
18. PC shipments to see 'severe fall' (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2013-12-03 05:00:21, published by BBC
Global shipments of personal computers will see the "most severe yearly contraction on record" according to research firm International Data Corporation . [additional details]
19. Bringing computers to children in need (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2013-11-29 01:01:52, published by CNN
Estella Pyfrom used her life savings to create her "Brilliant Bus," a mobile computer lab that helps thousands of low-income students. ... [additional details]
20. Body piercing controls wheelchair (permalink)
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score: 5, Computers, 2013-11-28 06:00:26, published by BBC
Body piercings are used to control wheelchairs and computers in a move scientists believe could transform the way people interact with the world after paralysis. [additional details]
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