Quantum computing moves farther into the mainstream with global consulting deal and new hardware that could sit in a server room.
Now you can develop all the skills you need to switch to a well-paid tech career without busting your budget or taking time off from work.
The two companies will offer a single platform aimed at e-commerce and supply chain management. Salesforce's marketing cloud will receive enhancements focused on personalization and customer satisfaction.
Canonical announced that its managed services had MSPCV Certification. Jack Wallen believes this milestone should help big businesses realize it is time to trust open source software.
A new LinkedIn report highlights the top cities for remote workers. While many remote workers are opting for smaller scenic areas, plenty are choosing larger metros, including four cities in Florida.
Supply chain and fleet management solutions company Ryder is partnering with yet another autonomous trucking company. On Thursday, Ryder announced its plans to help Embark launch a nationwide network of up to 100 transfer points that will be owned and operated by the autonomous trucking developer.
In a message posted on an internal employee message board today, Apple said that it was monitoring the legal challenges to what it refers to as the “uniquely restrictive abortion law” that was recently passed in Texas. Apple confirmed the authenticity of the message to TechCrunch.
General Motors is extending the shutdown of its Orion Assembly Plant until at least mid-October as a result of a battery pack shortage related to the recently announced Chevy Bolt EV and EUV safety recall. Bloomberg first reported that the company intends to idle its plant through the week of October 11.
Facebook is in the hot seat again.
You’ve probably learned from Reid Hoffman before, either through his inventions, investments or inspirational words. The entrepreneur is the co-founder of LinkedIn, a partner at Greylock and the author of a new book based off of his hit podcast, Masters of Scale.
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If it's really hot out and you need to figure out how to make a room cooler without AC, you've got your work cut out for you. There's no getting around the desire to keep your home at the optimal temperature while using the least amount of energy possible.
If you don't have an AC, can't install one, or want to reduce your AC usage as much as possible, you'll be happy to know that you've got alternative options for staying cool. Here's our take on how to cool down a room without AC, or your entire house, if necessary.
Have you ever wondered how much does it cost to use any electrical appliance? Or how much impact buying a new appliance will have on your electricity bill?
Fortunately, there are online tools that can calculate your electricity costs and answer all your related questions. Here, we look at eight handy tools for estimating electricity costs.
Maintaining a habit is just as challenging as forming one in the first place. That might be why you have lost productive habits. However, losing the momentum of a healthy, efficient habit isn’t a great feeling.
The good thing is, you can get back your productivity habits using the following tips.
Folding@Home is a popular distributed computing project that uses the parallell processing power of millions of household computers worldwide. The project simulates protein dynamics, including the process of protein folding and the movements of proteins implicated in a variety of diseases.
ExpressVPN is a popular Virtual Private Network (VPN) service provider with millions of users. While it has been one of the leading choices for many, it was recently acquired by Kape Technologies for $936 million.
The new acquisition might sound good on paper, considering the near one billion dollar deal, but it may not be all good. How might Kape's acquisition affect users?
In this article, we shall discuss how it might affect users and whether it should matter.
The first known computer virus, Brain, in 1986, developed by brothers Amjad and Basit Farooq Alvi from Pakistan, came into existence as an anti-piracy tool. However, not all the malicious programs since then have had ethical motives. Some have become important parts of history due to the sophistication of their codes, which continue to impress researchers to this date.
So what are the most notorious malware attacks that changed the way we use and know computers?
Want to run Android apps on Linux? How about play Android games? Several options are available, but the one that works the best is Anbox. This is a tool that runs your favorite Android apps on Linux without emulation.
Here's how to use Anbox to run Android apps on your Linux PC today.