Friday, February 21, 2020

#LG to launch Gram laptops at #CES2018 with Intel i5 and i7 processors |...

LG to lunch 1,095 grams laptops featuring an extraordinary thin profile and long batteries. How ling you ask? A mere 22 hours long! It will come between 13in all the way to 15in in screen...

BREAKING: Engineers Just Unveiled The First-Ever Design of a Complete Quantum Computer Chip

Hello quantum my old friend, so we meet again. Yes, we are on the verge of an extraordinary achievement in humanity's evolution and that is quantum computers. They say quantum computers will revolutionize our...

The new iMac Pro is finally here, and it just starts at $4,999! [Warning:...

It's that time of the year where Apple is just coming out with products left and right. This time, we have the new iMac Pro ready to be bought and shipped to loyal customers...

#Samsung updates its Notebook 9 ultrabooks with even bigger batteries – The Verge

Well hello there beautiful thing. Something beautiful about ultrabooks that I've always enjoyed. It could be their slick and thin design, or perhaps their weightlessness or it could be even their flip capabilities. I...

Using #tripwire you can tell if a #website has suffered a #data breach |...

Some of the code engineers use to develop Tripwire. The entire code is available on GitHub at: https://github.com/ccied/tripwire/

The future is quantum: Microsoft releases free preview of Quantum Development Kit – The...

Read more on quantum computing and get started with Q# development kit to program your first quantum computing software at the following site: https://blogs.microsoft.com/ai/?p=73792

In the battle of tech giants, Microsoft takes path less traveled to build a...

The company unveiled a new programming language called Q# - pronounced Q Sharp - and tools that help coders craft software for quantum computers

No, Amazon’s Alexa and Google Home aren’t eavesdropping on you | FP

Opinion: I don't mean to defend these companies as much as to rationalize my own enthusiasm for these devices, but all these concerns seem a bit overheated

Scientists make stretchable #battery out of #fabric | eurekalert

A research team led by faculty at Binghamton University, State University of New York has developed an entirely textile-based, bacteria-powered bio-battery.

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