Virginia educators unveiling new series of online Spanish courses for students
A San Francisco-based startup company is set to release a device in August that allows pet owners to watch, play and communicate with their pet through the smartphone application Petcube.
What you need to know about Heartbleed's effects on networking equipment
Sony advises consumers to quit using some of its Vaio laptops because batteries can overheat
Court vacates conviction of man imprisoned for stealing 100K email addresses in iPad data case
According to CNN, you can use this site to test your server.
Review: New Galaxy S5 features actually useful as Samsung simplifies phone, focuses on basics
New technology can enable a school to accomplish all the tasks involved in instituting a security lockdown with the press of a single button or touch of a mobile device.
Does it have heart? Scientists trying to build functional human heart with 3-D printer
Al-Qaida-inspired group posts video of suicide bomber attacking a police headquarters in Egypt
Mexican police issue warning about new 'ransom ware' virus
Passwords, other sensitive data exposed to potential theft by Heartbleed security flaw
Federal judge overseeing smartphone patents case can't get observers to turn their phones off
When email made its appearance, it did not come with an owner's manual explaining how or when to use it. As a result, some of the habits formed using this amazing tool have been anti-productive ones, including using the inbox as a Virtual To-Do List.
The feelings are universal: dread, loathing and disbelief. Another reply-all email chain has arrived.
Ken Colburn of the Data Doctors outlines steps to take now that Microsoft has retired Windows XP.
If you dream of owning a car that drives itself, Nissan is promising to sell them by 2020. And part of the region is taking steps to plan for their arrival on the roads.
Analysts: End of XP could cause operational and security problems for industry, consumers
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