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DOJ charges alleged Kaseya ransomware hacker tied to REvil group
The Department of Justice has unsealed charges against a Ukrainian national over a ransomware attack against IT company Kaseya in July. Authorities in Poland arrested Yaroslav Vasinskyi last month and proceedings are underway to extradite him to the US. H…
The Department of Justice has unsealed charges against a Ukrainian national over a ransomware attack against IT company Kaseya in July. Authorities in Poland arrested Yaroslav Vasinskyi last mont… [+1700 chars]
Kris Holt
2021-11-08 22:46:54




Quantum Computers: Threat to Cryptocurrencies?
Quantum computers are expected to have been perfected by 2025 or 2031.
The United States and China are leading the battle to see who develops the best quantum computer. It seemed that the United States had won by introducing Google's Sycamore quantum processor in 2019… [+2068 chars]
Rocío Reyes Trejo
2021-11-22 15:18:27




Physicists Finally Observe an Exotic State of Matter First Predicted in 1973
A team of researchers has observed a never-before-seen state of matter called a quantum spin liquid by toying with the spins on supercooled rubidium atoms using a quantum simulator. The discovery has implications for the way quantum computers work and, perhap…
A team of researchers has observed a never-before-seen state of matter called a quantum spin liquid by toying with the spins on supercooled rubidium atoms using a quantum simulator. The discovery has… [+5615 chars]
Isaac Schultz
2021-12-02 19:00:00




Apple computer made by Jobs and Wozniak auctioned for $ 375,000
The holy grail of technology, the Apple-1 computer, one of the brand's first computers, was auctioned this past Tuesday in the United States.
One of the first Apple computers, dubbed Apple-1 and nicknamed "Chaffey College" was auctioned at WeWorks (Boston, United States) for the amount of $ 375,000. This item was owned by a person who purc… [+1252 chars]
Entrepreneur en Español
2021-11-11 15:45:17




Hackers Are Stealing Data Today So Quantum Computers Can Crack It In a Decade
While they wrestle with the immediate danger posed by hackers today, US government officials are preparing for another, longer-term threat: attackers who are collecting sensitive, encrypted data now in the hope that they'll be able to unlock it at some point …
The threat comes from quantum computers, which work very differently from the classical computers we use today. Instead of the traditional bits made of 1s and 0s, they use quantum bits that can repre… [+2116 chars]
BeauHD
2021-11-06 07:00:00




Scientific Honesty and Quantum Computing’s Latest Theoretical Hurdle
Quantum computers are really in their infancy. If you created a few logic gates with tubes back in the 1930s, it would be difficult to predict all the ways we would use computers today. However, yo…
Quantum computers are really in their infancy. If you created a few logic gates with tubes back in the 1930s, it would be difficult to predict all the ways we would use computers today. However, you … [+5911 chars]
Al Williams
2021-11-11 15:31:18




An Original Seiko ‘Apple Watch’ From 1988 Is up for Auction
After years of rumors, in September of 2014, the Apple Watch was officially revealed and while it was Apple’s first in-house digital wearable, 26 years earlier Seiko’s WristMac could actually be considered the first true Apple Watch. It was a digital watch th…
After years of rumors, in September of 2014, the Apple Watch was officially revealed and while it was Apples first in-house digital wearable, 26 years earlier Seikos WristMac could actually be consid… [+2612 chars]
Andrew Liszewski
2021-11-22 15:16:00




UBC researchers train computers to predict the next designer drugs - UBC Faculty of Medicine
UBC researchers have trained computers to predict the next designer drugs before they are even on the market, technology that could save lives.
UBC researchers have trained computers to predict the next designer drugs before they are even on the market, technology that could save lives. Dr. Michael Skinnider Law enforcement agencies are in… [+4903 chars]

2021-11-15 19:11:19

HomeBrew Computers Web-Ring
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This is the homepage for the home-built computers web-ring. The Charter The ring is open to any computer project featuring a home-built CPU. That CPU may emulate a commercial design, but it cannot… [+1375 chars]

2021-11-19 01:01:39




Honeywell-backed company to sell super secure quantum encryption key - Reuters
Quantum computer software firm Cambridge Quantum said on Tuesday it was launching a platform that can generate super secure cryptographic keys and sell them as a commercial product.
Dec 7 (Reuters) - Quantum computer software firm Cambridge Quantum said on Tuesday it was launching a platform that can generate super secure cryptographic keys and sell them as a commercial product.… [+1849 chars]

2021-12-07 05:04:00




What’s the Future of Low-Code and No-Code Development?
Technology tends to evolve in a direction that makes it more accessible and more universal. Half a century ago, computers took up an entire room of space and were only able to be used by technical professionals at the top of their game. These days, even child…
Technology tends to evolve in a direction that makes it more accessible and more universal. Half a century ago, computers took up an entire room of space and were only able to be used by technical pr… [+8178 chars]
Nate Nead
2021-11-09 13:50:20




A rare Apple-1 computer from the 1970s that was designed by Steve Wozniak and built by Steve Jobs in his home just sold at auction for $400,000
It's one of just 200 Apple-1 computers designed by Steve Wozniak and assembled by Steve Jobs — and one of only six to come with a rare Koa wood case.
One of the first Apple computers ever made has sold for hundreds of thousands of dollars at auction. An Apple-1 computer changed hands Tuesday when it was auctioned off for $400,000. The device is … [+1531 chars]
sjackson@insider.com (Sarah Jackson)
2021-11-10 16:44:12




IBM says its new quantum chip can’t be simulated by classic supercomputers
IBM claims it has taken a major step toward practical quantum computation. On Monday, the company unveiled Eagle, a 127 qubit quantum processor. IBM claims it’s the first such processor that can’t be simulated by a classical supercomputer. To make sense of wh…
IBM claims it has taken a major step toward practical quantum computation. On Monday, the company unveiled Eagle, a 127 qubit quantum processor. IBM claims its the first such processor that cant be s… [+2319 chars]
Igor Bonifacic
2021-11-15 05:01:33




FTC sues to block NVIDIA's purchase of ARM
NVIDIA's plan to acquire ARM just hit a major stumbling block. The Federal Trade Commission has sued to block the merger over concerns the $40 billion deal would "stifle" competition for multiple technologies, including datacenters and car computers. ARM is a…
NVIDIA's plan to acquire ARM just hit a major stumbling block. The Federal Trade Commission has sued to block the merger over concerns the $40 billion deal would "stifle" competition for multiple tec… [+2227 chars]
Jon Fingas
2021-12-02 21:21:13




IBM says quantum chip could beat standard chips in two years - Reuters
International Business Machines (IBM.N) on Monday said it has designed a new quantum computing chip that its executives believe will let quantum systems start to outperform classical comput…
The logo for IBM is seen at the SIBOS banking and financial conference in Toronto, Ontario, Canada October 19, 2017. REUTERS/Chris HelgrenNov 15 (Reuters) - International Business Machines (IBM.N) on… [+1994 chars]

2021-11-15 05:14:00




Dell's quarterly profit more than quadruples on strong PC demand - Reuters
Laptop maker Dell Technologies Inc (DELL.N) said on Tuesday profit surged more than four-fold in the third quarter, as demand for its personal computers and servers was boosted by business…
Nov 23 (Reuters) - Laptop maker Dell Technologies Inc (DELL.N) said on Tuesday profit surged more than four-fold in the third quarter, as demand for its personal computers and servers was boosted by … [+1739 chars]

2021-11-23 21:27:00




A new quantum computer startup from Harvard, MIT raises $17M - Reuters
A new quantum computer startup born from researchers at Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) called QuEra Computing said on Wednesday it raised $17 million from investors, including Japanese e-commerce giant Rakuten Inc




It's not too late these Cyber Week deals on Dell, Lenovo, Acer, and HP computers are still on sale
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We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Whether it's answering emails all day for work or playing y… [+5786 chars]
Boing Boing's Shop
2021-12-04 18:01:00




Retrotechtacular: Office Equipment from the 1940s
If you can’t imagine writing a letter on a typewriter and putting it in a mailbox, then you take computers for granted. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. More niche applications b…
If you can’t imagine writing a letter on a typewriter and putting it in a mailbox, then you take computers for granted. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. More niche applications begat niche mac… [+4662 chars]
Chris Lott
2021-11-23 15:00:17




HPi95LX Puts Linux in your Palm
A few decades ago, palmtop computers were mostly based on MS-DOS, and while many users tried to mimic the UNIX experience, the results were mixed. Fast forward to the present and business-card-size…
A few decades ago, palmtop computers were mostly based on MS-DOS, and while many users tried to mimic the UNIX experience, the results were mixed. Fast forward to the present and business-card-sized … [+1431 chars]
Chris Lott
2021-11-30 06:00:57
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