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Health Care Site Flagged In Heartbleed Review
It's already being called one of the biggest security threats the Internet has ever seen.
A confounding computer bug called "Heartbleed" is causing major security headaches across the Internet.
A skyscraper-sized version of the classic video game Tetris in Philadelphia created a spectacle that organizers hope inspired onlookers and players to think about the possibilities of technology.
The world is eager for news about the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370.
A new law in South Dakota will allow the state to fund smartphones, tablets and other devices for deaf, hard of hearing or speech-impaired people.
Google and IBM have eight, Microsoft has six, Yahoo! and Dell each have four and now Click Rain has one, too.
Not sure it has anything to do with the 25th birthday of the World Wide Web, but it seems all the big names have been releasing updates or tweaks to their look and feel this past week.
Microsoft is preparing its customers for the end of technical support and security updates for its XP operating system.
As of April 8, Microsoft says it will retire its old, dependable operating system, which first shipped in 2001.
Greg Sullivan, Microsoft's director of Windows, says "We can't continue to support it forever."
Sullivan says it's a standard industry practice to retire operating systems in the constantly evolving tech world.
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