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Post-9/11 changes to industries outlive bin Laden

Security screening at airports will still be a hassle and raise the cost of travel. Laws that turned banks into financial cops will stay in place. And most companies will still spend more to ship goods and secure their computer systems. Full story

L-3 gets computing contract from SOCOM

Defense contractor L-3 Communications Holdings Inc. said on Monday that it has gotten an $84.9 million contract to manage computer systems for U.S. Special Operations Command. Full story

Audit finds problems with UI Hospital bill system

An internal audit says there were billing delays and bills missed because of problems linked to the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics records and billing computer system. Full story

5 charged in $37M heist at Fremont technology firm

Five men are facing charges in a robbery at a Fremont technology firm in which gunmen made off with $37 million in computer components. Full story

KU ticket office official sentenced to 57 months

A former associate director in charge of the University of Kansas ticket office and "gatekeeper" for stolen tickets was sentenced Thursday to 57 months in prison for her role in the $2 million conspiracy. Full story

Reuters: Computer sales dip for first time in two years

SEATTLE, April 13 (Reuters) - Computer sales slid lower inthe first three months of this year for the first time since2009 as shoppers suffered post-holiday shopping fatigue, AppleInc's iPad continued to attract buyers and Japanfocused on recovering from the earthquake and tsunami. Full story

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Computer giant Dell is getting ready to report Q4 results, with Ashok Kumar, Rodman & Renshaw.

  Tablet war heats up as Dell delivers new device

Computer maker Dell rolls out a new device designed to take on the iPad. NBC's Scott Budman reports.

  A voice for autistic children

Jan. 12: New computer technology gives autistic children a voice. KNTV's Scott Budman reports.

  Pinpointing Christ’s birth

Dec. 10: Using new computer technology allowing him to recreate any night sky in the last several thousand years, Australian astronomer Dave Reneke looked for a celestial phenomenon that could correlate with the Christmas Star. He discovered the event did take place – on June 17, 2 BCE.

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Computer laptops lie damaged on the floor of a airport building at Sendai Airport in Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan, Saturday, March 19, 2011.The U.S. military have been asked to help clear the debris from last week's tsunami to get the airport fully operational as soon as possible.

India's Human Resource Development Minister Kapil Sibal displays the low-cost computing device during its unveiling in New Delhi
India's Human Resource Development Minister Kapil Sibal displays the low-cost computing device during its unveiling in New Delhi

India's Human Resource Development Minister Kapil Sibal displays the low-cost computing device during its unveiling in New Delhi July 22, 2010. India has come up with the world's cheapest "laptop," a touch-screen computing device that costs $35. Human Resource Development Minister Kapil Sibal this w