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Top 3 Computers for Introducing Your Kids to Comp Sci
With these clever kits, elementary schoolers can get in-depth, hands-on experience with the tech they'll someday use to \"make the world a better place.\"
1. Kano PC Computers-for-kids pioneer Kano recently partnered with Microsoft to launch an Intel-powered mobile PC with an 11.6-inch touchscreen. After your child has assembled itconnecting the components and snapping on the clear casethey can complete tutori… [+1732 chars]
Adrienne So
2019-08-20 10:00:00




Boeing may use two computers to fix 737 Max's latest flaw
Boeing may have a solution for the 737 Max flaw discovered in June. Both the AP and the Seattle Times claim the aircraft maker is developing new software that will take input from both of the aircraft's flight control computers to improve its reliability, rat…
The scoops also indicate just what the June flaw apparently entails. Reportedly, a microprocessor in the 737 Max wasn't sufficiently protected against the consequences of random bit flips (a 0 changing to a 1, for instance). While this would be extremely unli… [+970 chars]
Jon Fingas
2019-08-04 23:18:00




You might actually want to use the new DeX on the Galaxy Note 10
Samsung has upgraded DeX for the Note 10 to introduce compatibility with Windows and Mac computers, letting you put your phone screen on your laptop’s display.
New compatibility with Windows and Mac puts your phones screen on your laptops display Photo by Chris Welch / The Verge Among the many new updates and features coming with the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus is a revamped take on DeX, Samsungs desktop-like … [+2131 chars]
Dan Seifert
2019-08-07 20:05:00




Chicago police pilot Samsung DeX as replacement for bulky in-car computers
Police in Chicago’s 11th district are trialing using Samsung DeX to replace their existing in-car computer systems. Select officers will have a Samsung smartphone which can be attached to a screen and keyboard inside the car.
Pairing Galaxy phones with an in-car display and keyboard Image: Samsung Police in Chicagos West Side 11th district are piloting Samsung DeX as a replacement for their existing in-car computer systems, the Chicago Police Department and Samsung announced thi… [+2758 chars]
Jon Porter
2019-08-23 09:26:58




Upgrade Your Gaming Rig With Today's Amazon Gold Box
HP Gaming Computers and Redragon Accessory Gold Box | Amazon Read more...
HP Gaming Computers and Redragon Accessory Gold Box | Amazon Todays Gold Box is lowering the price on a number of PC gaming products. Inside, youll find HP Omen gaming laptops and desktops, as well as a number of Redragon peripherals. Gaming mice, keyboards… [+530 chars]
Tercius on Kinja Deals, shared by Tercius to Gizmodo
2019-07-31 12:06:00




Don't Throw Your Old Xbox or Playstation in the Trash
Last week, as part of New York City’s new electronics waste collection program, officials stated that more than 100,000 items were collected from homes in fewer than three years. And while that means fewer electronics—like computers, cell phones or television…
Last week, as part of New York Citys new electronics waste collection program, officials stated that more than 100,000 items were collected from homes in fewer than three years. And while that means fewer electronicslike computers, cell phones or televisionsi… [+3663 chars]
Josh Ocampo
2019-08-16 21:00:00




Researchers Build Quantum Vibration Sensor That Can Measure the Smallest Units of Sound
A system that can distinguish phonons, the smallest units of sound, marks an important milestone in the development of more advanced quantum computers. Read more...
A system that can distinguish phonons, the smallest units of sound, marks an important milestone in the development of more advanced quantum computers. Quantum computers might one day do things difficult or impossible for regular computers to do, but today t… [+4390 chars]
Ryan F. Mandelbaum
2019-07-30 18:45:00




Quantum Computing is coming to TC Sessions: Enterprise on Sept. 5
Here at TechCrunch, we like to think about what’s next and there are few technologies quite as exotic and futuristic as quantum computing. After what felt like decades of being ‘almost there,’ we now have working quantum computers that are able to run basic a…
Here at TechCrunch, we like to think about what’s next and there are few technologies quite as exotic and futuristic as quantum computing. After what felt like decades of being ‘almost there,’ we now have working quantum computers that are able to run basic a… [+2426 chars]
Frederic Lardinois
2019-08-06 20:00:30




Do You Need Computer Glasses?
Getting glasses used to be pretty straightforward: if you couldn’t see the blackboard in school or road signs when driving (or other equally far-away things), you went to the eye doctor, took a test and then got glasses if you needed them. But now that so muc…
Getting glasses used to be pretty straightforward: if you couldnt see the blackboard in school or road signs when driving (or other equally far-away things), you went to the eye doctor, took a test and then got glasses if you needed them. But now that so much… [+10683 chars]
Melanie Pinola and Elizabeth Yuko
2019-08-02 20:55:00




German physicists build “Schrödinger’s cat” out of 20 entangled qubits
Entangled "cat state" qubits are important to future quantum computers.
Enlarge/ In quantum computing, a cat state is a quantum state composed of two diametrically opposed conditions simultaneously. Physicists have succeeded in placing 20 entangled quantum bits in such a state of superposition. 0 with 0 posters participating Sc… [+4248 chars]
Jennifer Ouellette
2019-08-21 12:00:40




Computers coming back online after Customs outage at U.S. airports
U.S. Customs and Border Protection said its computers were coming back online and travelers were being processed after a nationwide computer outage earlier on Friday at U.S. airports.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Customs and Border Protection said its computers were coming back online and travelers were being processed after a nationwide computer outage earlier on Friday at U.S. airports. Reporting by David Shepardson; Writing by Eric Bee… [+25 chars]
Reuters Editorial
2019-08-16 22:56:26




You Won't See Quantum Internet Coming
The quantum internet is coming sooner than you think—even sooner than quantum computing itself. When things change over, you might not even notice. But when they do, new rules will protect your data against attacks from computers that don’t even exist yet. Re…
The quantum internet is coming sooner than you thinkeven sooner than quantum computing itself. When things change over, you might not even notice. But when they do, new rules will protect your data against attacks from computers that dont even exist yet. Des… [+9034 chars]
Ryan F. Mandelbaum
2019-08-21 13:48:00




Qt Arrives For Small Computers
There was a time when writing embedded systems meant never having to deal with graphical user interfaces, and spending long hours trying to free up a dozen bytes of ROM to add a feature. Nowadays, an embedded system is likely to have a screen and what would h…
There was a time when writing embedded systems meant never having to deal with graphical user interfaces, and spending long hours trying to free up a dozen bytes of ROM to add a feature. Nowadays, an embedded system is likely to have a screen and what would h… [+1533 chars]
Al Williams
2019-08-23 02:00:32




The best Type C flash drives for your phones and computers
Good flash drives last for years and years and years; I still have working USB-A flash drives from high school kicking around in my drawers. That's why if you're going to buy a flash drive right now, I would highly, highly recommend opting for a USB-C thumb d…
Good flash drives last for years and years and years; I still have working USB-A flash drives from high school kicking around in my drawers. That's why if you're going to buy a flash drive right now, I would highly, highly recommend opting for a USB-C thumb d… [+3460 chars]
Ara Wagoner
2019-07-23 12:00:02




Build computers, farm crops and more with No Man's Sky: Beyond
The "third pillar" of the Beyond update features functioning computer logic, farming and more What you need to know The No Man's Sky: Beyond update is set to drop on August 14, 2019. The "Third Pillar" of this update takes the game to 2.0, bringing several in…
  • The No Man's Sky: Beyond update is set to drop on August 14, 2019.
  • The "Third Pillar" of this update takes the game to 2.0, bringing several incredible new systems.
  • Some of these systems include farming, enhanced base-building, fully-f… [+1970 chars]
    Samuel Tolbert
    2019-08-09 16:30:14




Ransomware Attacks Are Testing Resolve of Cities Across America
As hackers lock up networks that power police forces and utilities, municipalities must operate with hobbled computer systems, and decide whether to pay ransoms.
We are seeing more ransomware attacks because they work, said Eli Sugarman, who directs the Hewlett Foundations cybersecurity program. Cities are struggling to secure their complex and oftentimes outdated systems, and when attacked some choose to pay. And, he… [+2182 chars]
Marina Trahan Martinez, David E. Sanger and Manny Fernandez
2019-08-22 09:00:14




Lock Down Your Webcam With This Mac App
macOS: When an application wants to use your webcam, it’s pretty easy to tell, right? A little green LED lights up on the front of your Mac, and you either put on your best smile for your upcoming videoconference or you freak out because you didn’t think you …
macOS: When an application wants to use your webcam, its pretty easy to tell, right? A little green LED lights up on the front of your Mac, and you either put on your best smile for your upcoming videoconference or you freak out because you didnt think you la… [+1520 chars]
David Murphy
2019-07-24 18:30:00




UN claims North Korea hacks stole $2 billion to fund its nuclear program
United Nations experts say they are formally investigating at least 35 instances of cyberattacks by North Korea in 17 countries, believed to be carried out in a bid to fund its nuclear program. According to a report seen by Associated Press, North Korea has a…
South Korea appears to be the hardest hit country, suffering at least 10 attacks. India was the victim of three attacks, with Bangladesh and Chile the victim of two each. Meanwhile, Costa Rica, Gambia, Guatemala, Kuwait, Liberia, Malaysia, Malta, Nigeria, Pol… [+1502 chars]
Rachel England
2019-08-13 12:02:00




Kanto TUK Powered Speakers Simplifies Connectivity
Tuk bookshelf speakers designed by Kanto to pair with turntables and computers, connect to a phone, and power a home theater without the need for an amp.
The Canadian Inuvialuit hamlet of Tuktoyaktuk is most renowned for the herds of caribou covering the land and the magical charged particles of Northern Lights dancing across its skies. It’s this Arctic settlement from which audio brand Kanto borrows an abbrev… [+1593 chars]
Gregory Han
2019-08-15 16:00:23




76% of UK's National Health Service PCs Not on Windows 10 Despite Looming Deadline
With less than half a year to go before support ends for Windows 7, about three-quarters of computers in the UK's National Health Service (NHS) are still running the OS. From a report: Just over one million computers in the NHS are still using Windows 7, acco…
They're running an OS which doesn't change on them every few days, where things don't get rearranged or hidden with every "update", and isn't a leaking sieve of telemetry or being watched over your shoulder with every twitch of the mouse. Sounds like the NHS… [+25 chars]
msmash
2019-07-29 22:06:00
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