YouTube is announcing 135 creators who will take part in the #YouTubeBlack Voices Fund, including a slate of 40 in the US and Canada. The fund provides one year of support, including seed funding for channels, development programs, workshops, and networking opportunities.
Part of its TruScale portfolio, the new service will bring cloud-like management of HPC resources to local data centers, allowing smaller businesses to access HPC services more rapidly.
Cisco's 2022 data privacy study finds that privacy budgets are up, and companies are seeing good return on these investments.
Johns Hopkins engineers built the chatbot to respond to common questions about COVID-19 shots.
Since the start of the pandemic, some 83% of those polled by Anomali have seen an increase in attempted cyberattacks, while most have witnessed a rise in phishing emails.
Scammers are taking advantage of the focus on COVID-19 testing and the need for at-home test kits, says Barracuda Networks.
Once upon a time, we all risked our internet safety to download the latest shows online. Like a game of Russian roulette, we held our breath and prayed that we didn’t accidentally give hackers access to our entire computer after opening a single file.
Tesla is the current king of electric cars. It beat numerous automakers with over 100 years of experience at their own game. However, even if electric cars are the future, they're not immune to damage and wear and tear.
Apple fan or not, you probably noticed there’s been a number missing from the iPhone lineup over the years. Why is there no iPhone 9?
Most of us don't think of the desktop as something separate from the operating system. What you see on the screen—that is Windows or that is macOS. But on Linux, there is no one desktop. Instead, there are many.
Most people buy their video games digitally nowadays. It's convenient, cheap, and quick. But there's still something to be said for physically collecting a video game, especially if it's one you're looking forward to or enjoyed playing.