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Can the internet handle the strain of everyone working from home? Or will it buckle under pressure?
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Can the internet handle the strain of everyone working from home? Or will it buckle under pressure?

On top of that, home networks — such as the Wi-Fi routers that residents set up — can be finicky.

Jeff Bezos commits $10 billion to address climate crisis through new Bezos Earth Fund
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Jeff Bezos commits $10 billion to address climate crisis through new Bezos Earth Fund

He said the grant will fund scientists, activists and NGO's to explore new ways of fighting the impact of climate change.

From sci-fi to science lab: Scientists are working on holograms you can 'feel'
science

From sci-fi to science lab: Scientists are working on holograms you can 'feel'

The team has said it could have a wide range of applications, from computing to biomedical procedures.

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.

How Ray Kurzweil predicted the birth of Google, Deep Blue, and the rise of AI decades in advance
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How Ray Kurzweil predicted the birth of Google, Deep Blue, and the rise of AI decades in advance

Kurzweil predicts that most if not all disease will be curable easily in the next decade.

NASA's JPL hacked using Raspberry Pi device in April, went undetected for a year
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NASA's JPL hacked using Raspberry Pi device in April, went undetected for a year

The $35 credit card-sized device is used to teach computer and coding to children in developing countries.

Are we alone in this universe? Big data algorithms may help find answer
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Are we alone in this universe? Big data algorithms may help find answer

Habitability depends on an understanding of physical planetary parameters like orbital properties, chemical composition, mass, radius, density, and more.

8th generation core processor family is unique in every aspect: Intel
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8th generation core processor family is unique in every aspect: Intel

The new desktop processor family includes the new 8th Gen Intel Core i7 processor, which is the best desktop gaming processor ever from Intel.

Moore's law: Legendary computing rule is dying, thanks to smartphones
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Moore's law: Legendary computing rule is dying, thanks to smartphones

After 51 years of holding sway, Moore's law has finally succumbed to the physical realities of transistor design and a change in computing habits.

Good karma? Microsoft's Satya Nadella gets $84.3 mn in pay
Corporate

Good karma? Microsoft's Satya Nadella gets $84.3 mn in pay

Microsoft has given its new CEO Satya Nadella a pay package worth $84.3 million, most of it in the form of long-term stock awards.

After linking pay hikes to karma, Nadella says women get equal pay at Microsoft
Corporate

After linking pay hikes to karma, Nadella says women get equal pay at Microsoft

Satya Nadella's latest comment is not backed up by numbers from job site Glassdoor, which show that men tend to earn more doing a similar job than women at Microsoft

Microsoft CEO Nadella says women in tech shouldn't ask for raises, but trust in karma
Biztech

Microsoft CEO Nadella says women in tech shouldn't ask for raises, but trust in karma

"Was inarticulate re how women should ask for raise," Nadella tweeted on Thursday afternoon, several hours after his remarks.

HP Unveils Fastest, Simplest Path To Virtualisation And Big Data
Biztech

HP Unveils Fastest, Simplest Path To Virtualisation And Big Data

New HP ConvergedSystem offerings deliver business value out-of-the-box with workload-optimised integrated systems.

Five Innovations That Will Change Our Lives Within Five Years: IBM
Biztech

Five Innovations That Will Change Our Lives Within Five Years: IBM

IBM explores the idea that everything will learn - driven by a new era of cognitive systems where machines will learn, reason and engage with us in a more natural and personalised way.

Explained: How Bitcoin works and why it's crashing
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Explained: How Bitcoin works and why it's crashing

The fundamental problem with Bitcoin is that it may not really be worth anything.<br />

Explained: How Bitcoin works and why it's crashing
Economy

Explained: How Bitcoin works and why it's crashing

The fundamental problem with Bitcoin is that it may not really be worth anything.<br /><br />

Mauritania hacker claims to have compromised millions of Twitter accounts
Tech

Mauritania hacker claims to have compromised millions of Twitter accounts

A Mauritania hacker today claimed to have hacked into millions of Twitter accounts and leaked the information of over 15,000 accounts.

Mauritania hacker claims to have compromised millions of Twitter accounts
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Mauritania hacker claims to have compromised millions of Twitter accounts

A Mauritania hacker today claimed to have hacked into millions of Twitter accounts and leaked the information of over 15,000 accounts.

Is Flash The Buzz For High Performance Computing?
Biztech

Is Flash The Buzz For High Performance Computing?

Pallab Talukdar, CEO, Fujitsu India talks about the impact of high performance computing and if flash storage is worth all the buzz.

The Connected Car: Welcome To The Next Computing Environment
Biztech

The Connected Car: Welcome To The Next Computing Environment

The connected vehicle is emerging as a computing environment, distinct from the office, home, and on-the-go because of its significant constraints and composition of user- and vehicle-driven elements.