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Steve Jobs Will Be On A Postage Stamp In 2015

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February 21, 2014
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This is iconic: The late Steve Jobs will appear on snail mail in 2015, according to a list of stamp honorees leaked Thursday. Video provided by Newsy


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World's Smallest Autopilot to Heighten UAV Disaster Response

World's Smallest Autopilot to Heighten UAV Disaster Response

Reuters (Sep. 30, 2013) Dutch-based engineers have created what they says is the world's smallest auto-pilot attachment for unmanned aerial vehicles, a technology that will greatly expand their value in firefighting, building reconnaissance, and search-and-rescue missions. It's called the Lisa/S autopilot and it's about the size of a postage stamp. Jim Drury reports.
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Original Apple 1 Computer Sold for Nearly $700K

Original Apple 1 Computer Sold for Nearly $700K

Newsy (May 27, 2013) Dating back to 1976, these computers were originally built by Apple co-founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in a family garage.
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Steve Jobs' Childhood Home Gets 'Historic' Label

Steve Jobs' Childhood Home Gets 'Historic' Label

AP (Oct. 29, 2013) The Silicon Valley home where Apple co-founder Steve Jobs grew up and built some of his first computers is now on the Los Altos, Calif. list of historic properties. (Oct. 29)
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Target Data Breach Shines Focus on Lack of IT Security Talent

Target Data Breach Shines Focus on Lack of IT Security Talent

TheStreet (Feb. 26, 2014) Hewlett-Packard's head of security products Art Gilliland says cyber attacks, like the one at Target late last year, highlight the need for more skilled workers in the IT security space. Gilliland says the latest figures show there is a 40-percent vacancy rate in IT security jobs in 2014 and a 58-percent vacancy of jobs at the supervisor level. HP, along with the Ponemon Institute, also found roughly 56-percent of companies do not have chief information security officer as part of their C-Suite team. Gilliland says companies are also competing with each other on the pay front where the competition for talent is fierce and some aren't able to offer competitive salaries. TheStreet's Ruben Ramirez has details from Wall Street. Video provided by TheStreet
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