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People Using Facebook Less For News, New Study Finds
Euan Viveash Euan Viveash
2 days
Compared to 2017 fewer people are using Facebook for news but are instead using other social media outlets to stay informed, according to the new 2018 Reuters Digital News Report. Now in its seventh year, the Digital News Report claims that users are more concerned about privacy, fake news, and the toxicity assocread more
What's New With The Apple HomePod?
Arianna Gael Arianna Gael
2 days
The latest update aims to bring more features to user devices - and make it worth the money. In the home virtual assistant sphere, Amazon's Echo has pretty much barreled through the gates and managed to stay in the lead, at least in terms of consumer response and brand recognition. Much like the words "kleenex," read more
IBM And Nvidia Unveil ‘Summit’ The World’s New Fastest Supercomputer
Euan Viveash Euan Viveash
3 days
USA takes title back from China - Summit can process 200,000 calculations per second. Summit is the name of the US's new supercomputer, and if initial reports are to be believed, the machine is more than twice as powerful as the current supercomputer champion based in China. Summit has been developed by two coread more
Students Use Google Machine Learning To Predict California Wild Fires.
Euan Viveash Euan Viveash
3 days
Two students came together with a shared aim of creating a permanent solution to wildfire prediction and prevention. OK, so while news for big-tech in recent times has turned them from heroes into super villains, it’s important to remember that they do some good as well, and two students in California have utilread more
Software Review: HMA! Pro VPN
Arianna Gael Arianna Gael
4 days
Browse the internet securely and anonymously, wherever you are. There are a lot of great reasons to use a VPN, or virtual private network. When traveling abroad, it can help you connect to content you subscribe to regardless of local licensing agreements. When traveling within your country, it can still add a layread more
Code Sharing Site GitHub Bought By Microsoft For Massive $7.5 Billion
Euan Viveash Euan Viveash
4 days
After days of speculation it’s been officially announced that Microsoft will be acquiring the open-source code repository, GitHub in full by the end of the year for $7,500,000,000. That’s great! What’s GitHub? GitHub is based in San Francisco, and is essentially just an online platform that lets coders froread more
New Changes To Trending Topics At Facebook
Arianna Gael Arianna Gael
5 days
Facebook will be replacing its Trending column with something better. To see something "trending" on social media can cause a user to stumble for a moment. Is it another school shooting? Another celebrity passing? Another criminal act or accusation? Simply seeing a name or location in the trending column doesn't read more
Bitcoin Takes Dramatic Price Hit In Aftermath Of Coinrail Exchange Hack
Euan Viveash Euan Viveash
6 days
Hackers make off with over $40,000,000 and Bitcoin has once again made the news for all the wrong reasons. The news is also ironic, as it was other currencies and tokens that were stolen, and no bitcoin itself that was taken. The price of world’s most famous virtual coin fell by more than 10% on Monday, bottread more
Is Tech Making Politics More Secure, Or Less?
Arianna Gael Arianna Gael
6 days
Growing global concerns over the security and integrity of elections raises questions about the future of technology in politics. Another day, another headline, another speculation about foreign state-sponsored interference in the last US presidential election. But before the saga can weigh on you any further, taread more
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