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WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Poland's top justice official says prosecutors were overzealous while trying to obtain secret recordings of a compromising conversation between two top officials that threatens to topple the government
Roughly 20 million students will head off to college this fall, their backpacks stuffed with new books, notepads and the latest gadgetry suited for higher education. Many college students will also opt for a new financial tool, a prepaid debit card, to keep their money on track while away from home.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Newly disclosed U.S. government files provide a rare, inside look into the government practice of searching laptop computers and other electronic devices at the border without having to show reasonable suspicion or obtain a judge's approval.
SARASOTA - Some Sarasota County high school students received free laptop computers recently
When you think of laptops, you may not consider the health risks of having them sit on your lap. But now a Suncoast man says he has an invention to keep you safe when using laptops.
(ARA) - Remember when back-to-school shopping meant different needs for different age groups? Elementary school kids needed pencils and notebooks, middle schoolers picked up protractors and compasses, and high school and college students headed back to school with high-powered calculators.
Swallow this with a glass of water, wait six hours then use your smart phone to track your body temperature.
LONDON (AP) — Two computer security groups say law enforcement agencies are taking a page out of the cybercriminal handbook, using targets' own phones and computers to spy on them with methods traditionally associated with the world's most malicious hackers.
WASHINGTON (AP) — An email, a telephone call — even the murmur of a conversation captured by the vibration of a window.
(StatePoint) Many parents may be considering tablets, laptops or smartphones as holiday gifts. Indeed, more than 85 percent of American kids now have mobile devices, and this number is on the rise. And they don’t just use them for games, movies and Facebook. They use them for homework, to collaborate on school projects, and some even are integrated into classrooms.
SARASOTA - The Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office has arrested 25-year-old David Lewis of for a string of crimes from Dec. 23 to Jan. 7.
(BPT) - It’s that time of year again where everyone is out shopping for gifts and looking for the perfect presents for dads and grads. This year, think about going the technology route for devices grads can use. Dads will love them, too, for the value the devices add to their lives. Here are a few tech-related gifts to consider:
(NAPSI)—One of the best investments parents can make when it comes to equipping their kids for school is to give them tools that encourage success in math and science.
(NAPSI)—Most people have experienced that uneasy feeling when they lose something valuable: a ring, a phone, money, even a credit card. But how would you feel if you woke up one day to find that you’d lost your entire library of photos, videos or the digital music library you’d spent so much time—and money—creating? It could happen. In fact, if you ask the experts, it will happen. All computers will fail eventually. So what can you do about it?
(BPT) - Technology is one of the most practical - and most appreciated - gifts a high school graduate can receive. Different technology tools can give the class of 2014 a jump start on their college journey and all post-high-school adventures. A new survey conducted by Impulse Research revealed that the majority of students (65 percent) believe a laptop is the most important purchase for heading back to school.
PORT CHARLOTTE, FL. Charlotte County Sheriff's detectives arrested two men involved in a burglary and theft of a Port Charlotte home Wednesday in the 3400 block of Normandy Drive.
(NAPSI)—It’s a good idea to check and, if need be, change the batteries around your house every six months or so, to make sure 10 essential convenience and safety items are operating properly:
(BPT) - Reduce, reuse, recycle – it’s a mantra we’ve known for decades. While Americans understand the benefits of recycling bottles, cans and paper, they aren’t as savvy when it comes to recycling electronics. Between cellphones, tablets, computers and other consumer electronic devices, the average U.S. house has 24 electronic devices – making for a lot of e-waste when that technology becomes dated.
(NAPSI)—If you’re like many Americans, you—or someone you love—bought or received a tablet as a gift recently. The tablet market is booming. Lighter than laptops and more powerful than smartphones, tablets are now the go-to device for anyone looking to take their music, entertainment and, begrudgingly, some work with them.
(ARA) - It's time to start back-to-college planning, buying school supplies and preparing for move-in day at campuses around the country. Students will be living independently, meeting new friends and enjoying all that the college experience has to offer. However, young adults on their own - many for the first time - can be unfamiliar with personal safety risks, often sharing too much information and exposing themselves to a variety of security threats, including theft.
(ARA) - Moms on the go are all about saving time and money. Anything that helps her stay in touch, maintain mobility, get organized and improve efficiency is something Mom is sure to love this Mother's Day. If you're at a loss for what to get her this year, it's hard to go wrong with a technology gift that will help her find more time for her family - and for herself.
New York (CNN) -- They are people children are supposed to trust: A New York Police Department officer, a Fire Department of New York paramedic, a rabbi and a scoutmaster were among more than 70 people arrested in a major child porn bust, a U.S. law enforcement official said Wednesday.
Even when you're having fun on vacation, sometimes you long for the comforts of home. Or if you're on the road for business and not for pleasure, you may wish that after a long day of work, you had access to your favorite show on DVD to unwind. The good news is with new mobile TV options, you don't have to worry about missing that particular piece of home anymore.
In a rare November outbreak of tornado activity five people have lost their lives and many more remain missing. Scores of home have been removed from their foundations and power is out to tens of thousands. The Storm Prediction Center graphic below indicates over 80 tornado reports. But how will the meteorologist determine which of the reports are real tornado touch downs, which are duplicate reports and which are reports of just strong wind?