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Don’t take the bait on phishing scams this summer

Can you believe it’s June? Although the weather already feels like it, the calendar will soon officially tell us summer has begun. The time of the year filled with sun-soaked activities like fishing, camping and hiking makes it no surprise that June is recognized as “National Great Outdoors Month.” That’s right, 30 days dedicated to getting out of the house and into Mother Nature. You don’t have to ask me twice. But before you get out the fishing poles and head out to the nearest body of water, take the time to learn about a different kind of phishing that isn’t so fun.

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Micron demonstrates how its 3-D Crosspoint chips work

Micron and Intel Corp. developed this memory to improve the handling of large amounts of data. It is nonvolatile, meaning it retains its data when electrical power is turned off.
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Micron demonstrates how its 3-D Crosspoint chips work 0:22

Micron demonstrates how its 3-D Crosspoint chips work

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Watch: Time lapse shows crews moving 98-foot Boise sequoia tree to new home

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Feed Your Soul Festival rocks Boise

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'Don't...get shooted,' little girl pleads with mom after Castile is shot