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  1. On Computers: Mirror drive doubles protection of data

    Worcester Telegram & Gazette7 days ago

    Terabyte drives have become common now; most new computers come with disk drives of one or two of these monster storage capacities. This is all a rough calculation, but it suffices to ...

  2. In the midst of CES 2018, the slate of new computers on display, including laptops, 2-in-1 hybrids, desktops and tablets, felt a little dry. There were few revolutionary new designs, ...

  3. A jailed Russian who says he hacked into the Democratic National Committee computers on the Kremlin’s orders to steal emails released during the 2016 U.S. presidential election campaign ...

  4. As the computing industry struggles to maintain its historically rapid pace of innovation, a new, $32 million center based at the University of Michigan aims to streamline and democratize the ...

  5. Common Remote Access Trojan (RAT) tools -- which allow hackers to remotely control hijacked computers, from the cameras and mics to the hard-drive and keyboard -- are very badly written ...

  6. Today, the technology that powers telemedicine is portable and doctors can use computers and tablets, while patients are also aided by devices that fit in a convenient cart or package ...

  7. Hackers attempted to break into the Singing River Health System’s computer overnight. The attempted cyber-attack triggered security protocols to protect the system’s data. “Late last night our ...

  8. A design flaw in Intel chips might force major OS kernel changes Computers with newer Intel processors are suffering from random reboots after

  9. Data is better at determining a defendant's risk

    The Des Moines Register2 days ago

    Doug Gross argues in his Jan. 12 commentary, “Computers in courts create some risks," that there is some risk involved with the evidence-based Public Safety Assessment (PSA) that is being ...

  10. A new study out of Dartmouth College, however, is challenging that assumption, particularly when it comes to the fate of those in the criminal justice system. According to research from Dartmouth ...

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