Banks Struggle To Get ATMs Off Windows XP
Most ATMS still run on Windows XP, according to one industry estimate. With less than nine months until Microsoft stops supporting the OS, a credit union exec explains why upgrading is so painful for financial institutions.
Scam Android Apps Plague Google Play
Victims get hit with a bill of more than $3,000 -- and given just three days to pay -- for what's labeled as an annual subscription fee to an online adult video site.
Docs Unlikely To Track Gifts With CMS App
Busy doctors not expected to track freebies using Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' new mobile app, even though it could help them check government's accounting of gifts later.
FBI To Overhaul Printer Network
Bureau picks Lexmark for $30 million contract as part of broader effort projected to save government billions in projected printing costs.
Data.gov Gets Updated: A Closer Look
Version 2.0 of government's data portal relies heavily on open-source platforms, but finding usable data can still be like looking for buried treasure.
Do Clickers Beat PCs For Testing Students?
Handheld devices typically used for informal polling and quizzes get attention as an alternative for digital testing, following online testing failures in several states.
IBM's Future Growth: Details Shrouded
IBM second-quarter earnings rise but revenues slide, raising questions about where IBM will find next waves of growth. Some cloud, big data and Watson numbers stay hidden.
How 3 ACOs Use Technology To Survive
Nine accountable care organizations are dropping out of a program touted as a key cost-saving element of Obamacare. Here's how three providers are using technology to stick it out.