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IBM starts restricting hardware patches to paying customers

Following through on a policy change announced in 2012, IBM has started restricting availability of hardware patches to paying customers, spurring at least one advocacy group to accuse the company of anticompetitive practices. IBM "is getting to the spot where the customer has no choice but to buy an IBM maintenance agreement, or lose access to patches and changes," said Gay Gordon-Byrne … Hardware – Yahoo! News Search Results Read more […]


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Malicious Software Poses as Video from a Facebook Friend

A piece of malicious software masquerading as a Facebook video is hijacking users’ Facebook accounts and Web browsers, according to independent Italian security researchers who have been investigating the situation. Software – Yahoo! News Search Results Read more […]


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Gadget Catches Students Cheating At School

These days kids have it easy in school. Smart phones are making it a click away from being able to cheat on any kind of test. What’s worse is that teachers can’t control when a student uses his or her phone due to the pocket-like size of the new mobile devices. Now without visual evidence… Read more » Gadget Catches Students Cheating At School is a post from: The Inquisitr Gadget – Yahoo! News Search Results Read more […]