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  • But aside from THAT, not a problem

    This college's main computer facility is located in one building's basement, which normally is not a problem -- until the day a nearby water main breaks.

  • IBM's Watson to help military members transition to civilian life

    Watson: No problemo.

    IBM (NYSE:IBM) is putting its resident game show champ -- a computer named Watson -- back to work. Not on another game show, this time Watson is on an important mission: Assisting armed service personnel transition back to civilian life.

    In IT Blogwatch, bloggers pack their gear and return home.

    Filling in for our humble blogwatcher Richi Jennings, is a humbler Stephen Glasskeys.

  • An OS X Yosemite beta survival guide

    Hundreds of thousands of Mac users are happily using Apple's OS X Yosemite Public Beta, but if things go wrong you may need these handy tips.

  • The security flaws in Tails Linux are not its only problem

    If you want, or need, to use Tor, then Tails Linux is your best friend. Tails sends all data through the Tor network. Ed Snowden uses it. A few days ago, just as one group of bugs in Tails were fixed, a security firm found another one. But bugs are not the only problem. Insuring that you download the real Tails Linux software is much harder than it should be. The protections offered by the Internet to validate the Tails Linux website are insufficient. 

  • Who sold more phones last quarter, Apple or Microsoft? Wrong -- it's Microsoft.

    When it comes to phones, Apple is the 800-pound gorilla, and Microsoft is the 100-pound weakling, right? Wrong! Last quarter, Microsoft sold nearly one million more phones than Apple did. And it has the numbers to prove it.

  • Apple steals your wallet with future iPhone

    Apple and Visa are ready to turn your iPhone into your wallet, after years of steady work to develop such services.

  • Google assimilates Twitch into the YouTube collective

    Google: Resistance is futile.

    If you are a gamer, odds are good you've heard of Twitch. For those that don't know, Twitch is the go-to destination for watching live streaming videogame play online. It also happens to consume a higher percentage of Internet bandwidth than Hulu or Facebook. Bandwidth? Enter Google (NASDAQ:GOOG), which has reportedly decided to purchase Twitch for one beeeelion dollars.

    In IT Blogwatch, bloggers welcome their new primary colored overlord.

  • Lunch -- the hard way

    This systems analyst pilot fish is trying to keep things working at a manufacturing plant in the southern U.S. -- and management isn't making it easy.

  • Zero-day broker exploits vulnerability in I2P to de-anonymize Tails users

    Vulnerability broker Exodus Intelligence found a critical hole in the I2P component used in the privacy-orientated operating system Tails, warning that users should not count on any one security solution to keep their IP anonymous despite Edward Snowden touting Tails for privacy.

  • Hands on: Amazon's Fire Phone makes a strange first impression

    Amazon's Fire Phone is like no other phone you've used before -- but after 24 hours with the device, it's hard to say whether that's actually a good thing.