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4 Trends That Will Rewire the Inner Workings of the Fintech Industry
Entrepreneur.com

The past few decades have seen entrepreneurs sprinting to innovate and exploit outdated process gaps for riches. more…

Jargon: Wading through the alphabet soup of the computer hardware industry
Digitaltrends.com

On this episode of Jargon, host Myq Kaplan dives into the mysterious world of the acronyms that live inside your computer. Sean Cleveland, director of technical marketing at Nvidia, joins the discussion to lend his expertise into understanding today’s compute… more…

Dear Bureaucrat, Our computer system is useless
Federaltimes.com

Your problem is common: a system is bought, paid for and officially a successful implementation, it just doesn’t do what the workers need. But there are ways to automate tasks in your job that official IT ignores. more…

Apple Reveals 'Lisa': Its $50M Gamble (1983)
Newsweek

Like a magician readying his best trick, Steve Jobs waited for the houselights to dim and the crowd to quiet down. A spotlight focused on a table where a bulky shape lay hidden beneath a buff-colored... more…

Voices in AI – Episode 89: A Conversation with Doug Lenat
Gigaom.com

[voices_in_ai_byline] About this Episode Episode 89 of Voices in AI features Byron speaking with Cycorp CEO Douglas Lenat on developing AI and… more…

AMD vs Intel: Which is better for 2019 and beyond?
Androidauthority.com

With Computex and E3 behind us, now is the time to look at the AMD vs Intel tug-of-war. Both revealed new products arriving this year. more…

iPhone plus nanoscale porous silicon equals cheap, simple home diagnostics
Phys.org

The simplest home medical tests might look like a deck of various silicon chips coated in special film, one that could detect drugs in the blood, another for proteins in the urine indicating infection, another for bacteria in water and the like. Add the bodil… more…

Feature Shoot Talks Process, Life and Art Michiko Chiyoda #celebratephotography
Adafruit.com

From Feature Shoot:Can you tell us about the technical aspects of your workflow? How big of a role does digital post-processing play in your photos? “Currently, I mainly use a full-sized digital single reflex camera. What’s so attractive about using a digital… more…

Preparing scientific applications for exascale computing
Phys.org

Exascale computers are soon expected to debut, including Frontier at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF) and Aurora at the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility (ALCF), both DOE Office of Science User Facilitie… more…

Hands-On with Lenovo's ThinkReality A6, a Disappointing Step Back from Augmented Reality's Cutting Edge
Reality.news

In the technology space, there are certain brands you grow to depend on. Whether it's due to a long, multi-decade track record of success, or new innovations that blow you away, some tech names accrue a rare kind of brand equity with users that's difficult to… more…

Hands-On: Hands-On with Lenovo's ThinkReality A6, a Disappointing Step Back from Augmented Reality's Cutting Edge
Reality.news

In the technology space, there are certain brands you grow to depend on. Whether it's due to a long, multi-decade track record of success, or new innovations that blow you away, some tech names accrue a rare kind of brand equity with users that's difficult to… more…

Why Companies Need To Think Critically About IoT
Forbes.com

Now that you can make nearly every device smarter, should you? more…

ITDSD - 4, Quantitative Analysis of Distributed Software
Codeproject.com

Introduction to Distributed System Design - 4, Quantitative Analysis of Distributed Software more…

China's Rare Earth Ploy
Forbes.com

China in its trade dispute with the United States seems ready to cut off flows of rate earth elements. Such a move could cause harm. China is dominant. But for the long run, the ploy would hurt China at least as much as others. more…

Inside Monero’s ‘Last Ditch Effort’ to Block Crypto Mining ASICs
Coindesk.com

The Monero community is making one last attempt to block specialized mining hardware devices from the network. more…

How CPUs are Designed, Part 4: Where is Computer Architecture and Design Headed?
Techspot.com

Despite continuous improvements, processors haven't had industry shifting advancements for a long time. Yes, transistors are smaller, chips have gotten faster, and performance has increased hundredfold, but we're starting to see diminishing returns... learn w… more…

Smarter edge, smarter world: Discover the autonomous edge
Microsoft.com

Whether it’s in self-driving vehicles, mixed reality, or smart buildings, the autonomous edge has incredible potential to transform our lives for the better. In this post, we'll review four challenges to a smarter edge, and how to get started with Azure IoT E… more…

Huawei Cancels Release of New Laptop After US Tech-Ban - The Epoch Times
Theepochtimes.com

Huawei Cancels Release of New Laptop After US Tech-Ban The Epoch Times Chinese tech giant Huawei decided to cancel the release of its new laptop after the U.S. tech ban. It is the first instance. Security concerns made the ban. more…

Tesla’s New HW3 Self-Driving Computer — It’s A Beast (CleanTechnica Deep Dive)
Cleantechnica.com

A month ago, Tesla revealed several secrets regarding the new chip the Silicon Valley company has designed for full self-driving capability. Nonetheless, some of the people making that presentation may have failed to take into account that not everyone is ful… more…

Feature: The Making Of The PC Engine, The 8-Bit Wonder That Took On Nintendo
Nintendolife.com

With new 'Mini' hardware on the way, we look back at this 8-bit wonder. This piece was originally published in 2012. With the news that Konami is producing a PC Engine Mini, we thought you might like a fresh look. Enjoy! Read the full article on nintendolife.… more…