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2 years 1 month ago

Four arrested for stealing from employer

Colorado Springs police say they've uncovered a theft ring where employees were stealing from their employer. Police say for several months employees at the WalMart on E. Platte Ave. had been stealing items and selling them. The stolen items included computers, televisions and video games. Four people are under...

3 years 7 months ago

Test cheating?

DENVER (AP) - The Colorado Department of Education will be switching to computers to prevent cheating on statewide tests. Associate commissioner Jo O'Brien says teacher consequences are being tied to test scores and the stakes will be higher. The Denver Post reports educators will begin using computers in two years...

4 years 7 months ago

Pentagon takes aim at China cyber threat

The U.S. is warning about the Chinese military's use of civilian computer experts in clandestine cyber attacks repeatedly aimed at American companies and government agencies. The Pentagon says the People's Liberation Army is using "information warfare units" to develop viruses to attack enemy computer systems and networks. Those units...

4 years 8 months ago

Colorado food stamp computers getting worse

Colorado social workers say that attempts to fix the state computer system blamed for delays in food stamps and other public assistance are making things worse. The system installed in 2004 has a history of communications problems, crashes and failures, including overpayments and underpayments. New problems started last...

4 years 11 months ago

McAfee causes computers to go nuts

The maker of a popular computer antivirus program says a software update went awry today, causing computers around the world to get stuck repeatedly rebooting themselves. Software security vendor McAfee confirms that the update caused its antivirus program for corporate customers to misidentify a normal and harmless Windows file...

5 years 3 weeks ago

US Apple iPad sales to begin April 3

Apple says its much-anticipated iPad tablet will hit U.S. store shelves on April 3. Apple had originally said the device would be released worldwide in March. Apple Inc. said Friday the Wi-Fi models will go on sale first. iPads that can connect to Wi-Fi as well as 3G cellular...

5 years 5 months ago

NTSB: Wayward pilots were working on laptops

Two Northwest Airlines pilots reportedly told federal investigators that they were going over scheduling using their laptop computers in violation of company policy while their plane overflew their Minneapolis destination by 150 miles. National Transportation Safety Board said in a statement Monday that the pilots said in interviews that...

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