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  • With computers in charge, life is one big glitch

    This year, Florida schools canceled online FCAT tests for thousands of students when the private-sector testing company had computer problems. Because of persistent computer problems, the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity stiffed people collecting unemployment. Citizens Insurance Company has delayed the launch of its new clearinghouse because of computer problems.
  • Royal Caribbean rolls out new tech for Quantum of the Seas

    Royal Caribbean rolls out new tech for Quantum of the Seas
    Royal Caribbean International announced a slew of technological innovations that will be rolled out with its next new ship, including robot bartenders. The Miami-based cruise line will launch the 4,180-passenger Quantum of the Seas in November. The ship...

    Archeological presentation, Civil War reenactment and senior center activities in York County

    Archaeologists from the Fairfield Foundation will present their findings at noon on Sept. 25 at the East Room of York Hall. Numerous digs were conducted at New Quarter Park in upper York County since 2005. New Quarter Park was once a new slave quarter...

    What's at stake with Windows 9?

    When Microsoft presents its first public glimpse of Windows 9 it's expected to happen late this month or early next a lot more than just an operating system is at stake. Smartphones and tablets are firmly entrenched as important, sometimes even primary,...

    Home Depot confirms massive data breach

    The Home Depot has confirmed that its payment systems were breached by data thieves, potentially victimizing many customers throughout the United States and Canada. However, the company promised Monday that no one will have to pay for "fraudulent"...