The Microsoft logo is seen before the start of a media event in San Francisco, California on Thursday, March 27, 2014. Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, unveiled a version of Office designed for the iPad today. Microsoft is tapping into its software past as it maps its future in the rapidly changing world of Internet technology. AFP PHOTO/JOSH EDELSON (Photo credit should read Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images)

Microsoft Donates Office Software To 480,000 CUNY Students

Software giant Microsoft is donating a half a billion dollars’ worth of software to CUNY students.


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Search On For Burglar Who Broke Into Greenwich Village Home

Police on Wednesday were asking the public to help them find a suspect who broke into a house in Greenwich Village and stole items.


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Officials: 5 Charged In Largest Hacking, Data Breach Scheme Ever Prosecuted

Indictments were announced Thursday in Newark, where U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman called the case the largest hacking and data breach scheme ever prosecuted in the United States.


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Cromwell Town Worker Fired Over Missing Computer

The Board of Selectmen in Cromwell was jeered by an angry crowd after voting to fire a town official who allegedly misplaced or stole a town computer.


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Former Assistant Principal From The Bronx Getting Treatment After Child Porn Admission

Brother Lawrence Gordon took a plea deal to avoid jail time. He’s been fired by the Mount St. Michael Academy, an all-boys school.


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NJ Senate Panel Begins Investigation Of Computer Crashes, Long Lines At State Agencies

Thursday’s session in Lodi comes after recent computer crashes that affected operations at several state agencies, most noticeably the Motor Vehicle Commission.


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NJ Senate Panel To Investigate Series Of Computer Crashes At State Agencies

The ongoing technology problems have spurred spirited debate in recent weeks between some Democratic lawmakers and high-ranking state officials over what can and should be done.


Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter on the game show "Jeopardy!" playing against "Watson," a computer program developed by IBM's artificial intelligence team. (Credit: AP)

IBM’s ‘Jeopardy!’-Winning Watson Computer Delving Into Medicine

Some guy in his pajamas, home sick with bronchitis and complaining online about it, could soon be contributing to a digital collection of medical information designed to help speed diagnoses and treatments.


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IBM Computer Practicing For Real ‘Jeopardy!’ Match

It’s the size of 10 refrigerators, and it swallows encyclopedias whole, but an IBM computer was lacking one thing it needed to battle the greatest champions from the “Jeopardy!” quiz show.


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Your Old Computer Can Help Those In Need

Getting a computer not only brought Elender Foxe and her family into the 21st century, it changed their lives.


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NJ Student Charged In $35K School Computer Theft

MILLVILLE, N.J. (CBS) — Police in southern New Jersey have charged a 15-year-old student with stealing $35,000 worth of computers and electronic equipment from Millville Memorial High School. The boy was stopped shortly before 1 […]

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