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A cyber attack has downed Colorado’s state web portal homepage, colorado.gov, the state announced today. The attack is currently being attributed to foreign perpetrators, who are targeting other states as well. “Today, the Colorado.gov State Web Portal homepage was taken offline due to a cyberattack claimed by an anonymous suspected foreign actor that targeted multiple...
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The North Richland Hills Fire Department’s new firefighter/EMT, Grayson Smith, is a recent graduate—of high school. Thanks to a partnership with the Birdville ISD, North Richland Hills Fire Department (NRHFD) and Tarrant County College, the Birdville ISD Fire Academy prepares students for an entry-level position in municipal firefighting. Grayson, who is 18, graduated in May...
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Delaware State University is awarded a new three-year research grant. The National Science Foundation awarded DSU a $584,970 grant to research the use of data science and machine learning in identifying and analyzing biomolecules. DSU is the lead on this project, but scientists from the University of Delaware and the University of Virgin Islands are...
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During his first visit to the Franklin Technology Center and Joplin High School, it didn’t take Missouri Gov. Mike Parson long Thursday afternoon to say he appreciated what he was seeing. He was overhead making the comment to high school student Wyatt Hensley as they left behind the welding lab to make their way deeper...
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The problem with infrastructure is that it tends to be expensive. And slow to build. And hard to maintain. Oh, and also kind of boring. Most people only notice it when it collapses, like an old bridge. People with typical imaginations have trouble envisioning new infrastructure before it exists. They can grow so accustomed to...
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Due to its plenty of features and support, Firefox is one of the most popular browsers. On top of that, the browser performs almost flawlessly and is ideal for all purposes. You can stream on multiple platforms at once thanks to the tab features included in browsers, but what if you need to keep some...
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If you’re a proud owner of one of the new iPhone 14 series models Apple unleashed in September, you might notice that the SIM tray — the removable mechanism on your smartphone that holds your Subscriber Identification Module (SIM) chip card — is missing. SIM cards link your phone number and account credentials to your...
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Co-parenting is seldom easy, even if mom and dad have a good relationship, and are able to parent separately well. Their romantic relationship may not have ended well, but they realize that they have to maintain a proper parenting relationship, for their children. There may still be bumps in the road. Then there are couples...
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New natural language query capabilities highlight the latest analytics platform update from Yellowfin. The update — Yellowfin 9.8 — is the analytics vendor’s first since it was acquired in January 2022 by B2B software specialist Idera Inc., which is parent company to about 30 companies in addition to Yellowfin. At the time of the acquisition,...
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  2:13 p.m. EDT MR PATEL: Good afternoon, everybody. And sorry that we are running just a smidge tardy. As I promised, we have a special guest with us today. Today it is my pleasure to introduce Ambassador-at-Large for Cyberspace and Digital Policy Nate Fick, who started just a couple weeks ago and had his...
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