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Dell Alienware m15 R3, Dell G5 15 SE, Dell G5 15, and Dell G3 15 launched in India, pricing starts at Rs 73,990
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Dell Alienware m15 R3, Dell G5 15 SE, Dell G5 15, and Dell G3 15 launched in India, pricing starts at Rs 73,990

All four laptops announced feature gaming-friendly specs and run on Windows 10 operating system.

Google and IBM are at odds over 'quantum supremacy' – an expert explains what it really means
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Google and IBM are at odds over 'quantum supremacy' – an expert explains what it really means

The term “supremacy” is misleading as it suggests that quantum computers can outperform classical computers at everything.

Watching a half an hour show online can lead to carbon dioxide emissions worth 1.6 kgs
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Watching a half an hour show online can lead to carbon dioxide emissions worth 1.6 kgs

Online video streaming produced emissions equivalent to Spain and that amount may double in the next six years.

Most students know of social media, but lag in computer skills; study reveals major gap between privileged, disadvantaged groups
India

Most students know of social media, but lag in computer skills; study reveals major gap between privileged, disadvantaged groups

In the current environment, where fake news and disinformation proliferate easily, 42 percent of students believe that all information on the internet is accurate, said a study by CCDS, revealing the poor quality of computer education in schools

Apple Computer 1 set to go on sale in September, could fetch more than $300,000
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Apple Computer 1 set to go on sale in September, could fetch more than $300,000

Apple Computer 1 is a desktop computer released by the Apple Computer Company in 1976.

US researches develop 'artificial synapse' that mimics behaviour of human brain
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US researches develop 'artificial synapse' that mimics behaviour of human brain

There is a need to find the right configurations to optimise these new "artificial synapses".

Researchers from Michigan create a computer that's smaller than a grain of rice
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Researchers from Michigan create a computer that's smaller than a grain of rice

The world's smallest computer measure just 0.3 mm to a side, completely dwarfed by a grain of rice.

Sheepish facial recognition: Sheep can recognise Barack Obama, Emma Watson from photographs
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Sheepish facial recognition: Sheep can recognise Barack Obama, Emma Watson from photographs

A new study shows that sheep have the ability to recognise human faces from photographs on computer screens.

Microsoft releases Windows 10 preview with bug fixes before the upcoming Fall Creators Update
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Microsoft releases Windows 10 preview with bug fixes before the upcoming Fall Creators Update

Microsoft has released a new preview update of Windows 10 for Windows Insider Fast Ring circle. The builds release by the company fixes bugs in the system.

Fujitsu and Lenovo likely to reach an agreement with Lenovo to integrate their PC business
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Fujitsu and Lenovo likely to reach an agreement with Lenovo to integrate their PC business

Japan's Fujitsu Ltd expects to reach an agreement "soon" on integrating its personal computer business with China's Lenovo Group Ltd.

Microsoft accidentally releases internal Windows 10 builds
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Microsoft accidentally releases internal Windows 10 builds

Microsoft's internal branches for PC and mobile were rolled out due to the "inadvertent deployment" to the engineering system that controls the release of builds to the Windows Insiders.

Astronauts successfully replace a failed computer during a hastily planned spacewalk
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Astronauts successfully replace a failed computer during a hastily planned spacewalk

Two U.S. astronauts completed a hastily planned spacewalk outside the International Space Station on Tuesday to replace a computer that failed on Saturday.

Computer Emergency Response Teams will check cybersecurity threat in national power sector
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Computer Emergency Response Teams will check cybersecurity threat in national power sector

The Government of India, in line with National Cyber Security Policy, 2013 has created sectoral Computer Emergency Response Teams (CERTs) to mitigate cyber security threat in power systems.

Scientists develop a computer that can grow as it computes
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Scientists develop a computer that can grow as it computes

Scientists at University of Manchester have developed a ‘magical computer’ that can grow as they compute.

Computer Society of India awards Nagaland the top spot in e-Governance sector
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Computer Society of India awards Nagaland the top spot in e-Governance sector

The Computer Society of India (CSI)-Nihilent Nagaland on Tuesday declared Nagaland as a top performing state from among the northeastern states in Information Technology and e-Governance sector.

Donald Trump to order government agencies to improve their cybersecurity
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Donald Trump to order government agencies to improve their cybersecurity

U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday postponed signing an executive order that is expected to require the heads of government agencies to play a more direct role in reviewing and managing risks to networks under their control.

Amazon Echo adds
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Amazon Echo adds "computer" as a wake word, to the delight of Star Trek fans

When the voice activated digital assistant was first introduced in 2014, it was dubbed as the Star Trek Computer for homes.

Raisina Dialogue Diaries: Lessons for dealing  with threats to and from cyberspace
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Raisina Dialogue Diaries: Lessons for dealing with threats to and from cyberspace

In 2017, and to kick things off with something of a truism, the threats to and from cyberspace are of major concern to States, organisations (from major corporations to NGOs) and individuals.

Lithuania finds spyware on its government computers, holds Kremlin responsible
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Lithuania finds spyware on its government computers, holds Kremlin responsible

The Baltic state of Lithuania, on the frontline of growing tensions between the West and Russia, says the Kremlin is responsible for cyber attacks that have hit government computers over the last two years.