Forbes  1 hr ago  Comment 
The evolution of a document has changed tremendously over history. Writing was first performed with a quill pen, made from a feather dipped in ink. Then typewriters became indispensable tools for writing documents and of course computers now do...  Aug 27  Comment 
18-year-old Perry Alagappan feted at World Water Week for his groundbreaking graphene heavy-metal filter, which he will keep open-source Consumer electronics, including computers and mobiles, are leaving a legacy of toxic waste in countries...
Benzinga  Aug 25  Comment 
Earlier this summer, two men revealed that they were able to hack into a Jeep Cherokee's onboard computer and control vital systems remotely. In a test run, the hackers not only operated things like the car's horn and windshield wipers, but they...
Forbes  Aug 24  Comment 
As we celebrate Windows 95's 20th Birthday, it's worth remembering the things it added to computing that are still important today.
Forbes  Aug 21  Comment 
Yes, computers can play chess and Jeopardy!, and they can drive cars (more or less), but we are still at a loss how to build a computer that has the basic curiosity or reasoning skills of any two-year-old human.
Forbes  Aug 19  Comment 
In trading on Wednesday, precious metals shares were relative leaders, up on the day by about 1.9%. Leading the group were shares of Banro (BAA), up about 8.3% and shares of Anglogold Ashanti (AU) up about 8% on the day.
MarketWatch  Aug 18  Comment 
Intel Corp. announces plans to develop a reality-type TV show that will chronicle a maker competition, as the chip giant seeks to play a defining role in computing beyond the PC.  Aug 18  Comment 
NEW YORK ( TheStreet) --  Intel  Chief Executive Brian Krzanich used his platform Tuesday at the company's annual developers' forum to try and personalize the semiconductor giant's newest technological advancements, as well as involve Intel...
Clusterstock  Aug 18  Comment 
Some scientists have predicted that almost half of all jobs done by humans could be replaced by robots within the next 10 years. A new study shows, however, that humans do have one defense: their social skills. A new study by David Deming at...
New York Times  Aug 17  Comment 
Stealing corporate information from computers to make trades certainly looks like insider trading, but it can depend on court jurisdiction.


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