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School districts prepare for boycotts of Common Core tests
Newsday
“It's a tech-savvy world, and our kids are used to doing all sorts of things on computers, so I'm hoping they'll do well on it,” said Lisa Mato, director of special programs and data reporting in the Longwood system. “That's the wave of the future ...

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New York Times

Israeli City Stunned That Anti-Semitic Threats Came From Within
New York Times
The accused's lawyer described him as a home-schooled computer fanatic who had a brain tumor that could affect his judgment. The suspect's father, an engineer in his early 50s who also has not been publicly named, was detained on suspicion of ...

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PYMNTS.com

Russian Hacker Behind Citadel Malware Faces 10 Years In Prison
PYMNTS.com
Citing U.S. authorities, the report noted that Citadel first made the rounds for sale on Russian-language forums in 2011. Hackers reportedly purchased the malware and targeted computer networks of financial and government institutions, including in the ...

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Bloomberg

Post-Bitcoin Technology Has Geeks, Giants, and Hackers Excited
Bloomberg
“Ethereum gives you a new way for the computer to interact with the real world and how money moves,” says Emin Gun Sirer, an associate professor of computer science at Cornell University. “It's potentially a huge game changer whose value has yet to be ...

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The Register

'Clearance sale' shows Apple's iPad is over. It's done
The Register
Fundamentally, Apple created a new commodity computer category – but without actually having a commodity-priced computer product to sell you. Apple created a market – so obvious in retrospect – for a "third screen", and world+dog rushed out to get one.

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