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It was a little like having Stradivari over to your house to make sure your violin is in tune, or having Rembrandt stop by to touch up that painting on your wall, but there was Steve Wozniak on Tuesday standing over a table of five rare Apple 1 computers at History San Jose, regaling a small crowd with war stories.
Yahoo said U.S. law enforcement agencies made between 12,000 and 13,000 requests for data in the last six months, the latest in a series of disclosures by technology companies since intelligence leaks showed the extent of government data gathering efforts.
Icahn, now the company's second-largest shareholder after buying 72 million shares from fellow activist investor Southeastern Asset Management Inc., wants the company to buy back up to 1.1 billion Dell shares at $14 apiece to boost shareholders' return on their investment.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn promised Dell shareholders that the company would buy back up to $16 billion of stock if they join his campaign to stop the computer maker from going private.
Intel Corp. , the world's largest chipmaker, is being pushed by Chief Executive Officer Brian Krzanich to bring new products to market more quickly and then update to refine them.
Todd Bradley, the head of Hewlett-Packard Co.' s printing and personal computer business, has been appointed to a new position in charge of the company's strategy with a focus on China, the company said Tuesday.
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CBS News revealed last week that Sharyl Attkisson's computers had indeed been compromised - and now the investigative reporter is having her say.
New revelations exposed Sunday show that British government hosts of the 2009 G20 summit spied on the internet and phone communications of foreign delegates and politicians and went so far as luring officials to fake internet cafes where their email and computer use was monitored.
According to the documents, the GCHQ intelligence agency set up Internet cafes running email interception and key-logging software, monitored emails and calls on delegates' Blackberrys, and had 45 analysts tracking who was phoning who at the summit at any given time.
The semiannual TOP500 official listing of the world's fastest supercomputers released Monday says the Tianhe-2 developed by the National University of Defense Technology in central China's Changsha city is capable of sustained computing of 33.86 petaflops per second.
Errol Miller, LIME Foundation chairman, was the centre of attention of students from Morant Bay Primary where LIME refurbished the computer lab, donated additional computers, chairs, and a printer, and upgraded the Internet speed supplied to the school.
The Guardian newspaper says the British eavesdropping agency GCHQ repeatedly hacked into foreign diplomats' phones and emails when the U.K. hosted international conferences, even going so far as to set up a bugged Internet cafA© in an effort to get an edge in high-stakes negotiations.
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