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Inmates at Oklahoma prisons begin receiving computer tablets

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Inmates in the Oklahoma Department of Corrections (ODOC) began receiving tablets this week as part of a plan to supply all state prisoners with secure tablet computers. More than 21,000 inmates at over 20 facilitie...

Hubble Space Telescope halts amid computer trouble

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The orbiting observatory has been idle since Sunday when a 1980s-era computer that controls the science instruments shut down, possibly because of a bad memory board. Astronauts Steven L. Smith and John M. ...

Personal information may have been leaked to the dark web after cyberattack on Tulsa’s computer system, officials warn

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Officials in Tulsa, Oklahoma, are warning residents their personal information may have been leaked to the dark web following a ransomware attack on the city last month. The city announced Tuesday that hackers obtai...

NASA completes tests to identify problem with Hubble Space Telescope computer

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This announcement comes on the heels of additional testing on Wednesday and Thursday and after the spacecraft's payload computer "halted" on June 13 and it stopped collecting science data.  VENUS FOUND TO BE MORE GEO...

Brain implant helps man ‘speak’ through a computer

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A brain implant has helped restore a type of speech to a man more than 15 years after a stroke robbed him of the ability to speak, researchers reported Wednesday. They're calling it a neuroprosthesis, and while it's...

Kenneth Kurson, pardoned friend of Jared Kushner, charged in New York for installing spyware on then-wife’s computer

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New York prosecutors charged Kenneth Kurson, the former editor of the New York Observer newspaper who was pardoned by President Donald Trump, with two state felonies for eavesdropping on his then-wife by installing ...

Hackers breached computer network at key US port but did not disrupt operations

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Suspected foreign government-backed hackers last month breached a computer network at one of the largest ports on the US Gulf Coast, but early detection of the incident meant the intruders weren't in a position to d...

Teenage ‘computer genius’ could become the first millennial saint

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Rome A teenage "computer genius" could be on the path to sainthood after he was beatified by the Catholic Church. Carlo Acutis, who died of leukemia at the age of 15 in 2006, was beatified on Saturday in the town of...

No US men in Top 30 for 1st time in computer tennis rankings

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The highest-ranked man from the U.S., Taylor Fritz, slid one place to No. 31 on Monday after a first-round loss at last week’s Madrid Masters. Next is John Isner, who made it to the quarterfinals on the red clay in S...

The tech startup that taught a computer to taste wine

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London (CNN Business)A California startup that taught a computer to "taste" wine is using the technology to help winemakers improve their products and attract new customers. Founder Katerina Axelsson says Tastry uses...