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U.S. Customs and Border Protection computer outage leads to slowdown at international airports nationwide
Travelers flying into the United States on Friday ran into long lines at major airports nationwide because of a temporary computer outage that affected the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency.

Customs and Border Protection computer outage leads to slowdown at international airports across the United States
Long lines formed at international airports across the United States on Friday after U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s computer system broke down and dramatically slowed the processing of thousands ...

Customs Computer Failure Snarls Passengers at U.S. Airports
A computer system used to usher arriving passengers through customs at airports suffered a nationwide failure for a couple of hours on Friday, causing ripples of delays and leaving frustrated ...

The best computer monitor
Odds are, you stare at your computer monitor for more hours each day than anything else. As such, you want to be sure you're using one that doesn't cause eye strain or other difficulties that could ...

CBP computer outage leads to long lines at U.S. airports
U.S. Customs and Border Protection is experiencing outages at processing systems at international airports across the country on Friday afternoon, leading to long lines and delays. Some of the ...

Goodbye PCs, it's been nice knowing you. Hello, desktop as a service
Dan Bricklin, co-creator of the first killer app, VisiCalc, recently pointed out it's been 38 years since the IBM PC was introduced. It wasn't the first PC -- when it rolled out I wrote about it on my ...

Customs And Border Protection Computer Systems Returning After Shutdown
The computer systems of Customs and Border Protection are returning at major airports around the country. "The affected systems are coming back online and travelers are being processed," a CBP ...

What makes the Mac Mini a great computer?
Users tell us what Apple’s smallest PC excels at. When Apple released a refreshed Mac Mini last year, it had been four years since the last iteration. The 2018 update kept the same sleek unibody but ...

2019 NFL win totals, odds, predictions: Advanced computer model picks under 10 wins for Philadelphia Eagles
As one of the cornerstone franchises in the NFL, the Green Bay Packers garner plenty of attention every season. Heading into 2019 with rookie coach Matt LaFleur replacing Mike McCarthy, questions ...

U.S. Customs’ computer system breakdown for a few hours affected airports nationwide
U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s computer system suffered a breakdown for a few hours Friday that slowed international passenger processing at airports nationwide. Friday afternoon, Customs ...

Airport travel delays after U.S. Customs computer outage
International travelers were waiting in long entry lines at some of the nation's busiest airports Friday because of a U.S. Customs and Border Protection computer outage, authorities said. By early ...

Are We Real, or Just a Computer Simulation?
Re “Are We Living in a Computer Simulation?,” by Preston Greene (Sunday Review, Aug. 11): Let me get this straight. I’m neither real nor alive and neither are you. Nor is anyone we know. Nor is our ...