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When will you next buy a mobile phone?

The days when people camped outside stores to get their hands on the latest smartphone may well be numbered, if recent sales figures are anything to go by. Despite a dazzling array of new devices on display at the recent Mobile World Congress in Barcelona: phones that fold, phones with buttons, phones with enormous batteries, expensive phones, budget phones, 5G-ready phones… they ... Read More »

THE NO-CPU COMPUTER GETS A C COMPILER

C is the most perfect language and it will run on anything. It will even run on a computer without a CPU. The computer in question here is the Gigatron, a fully-functional ‘home computer’ the likes of which you would find in the late 70s and early 80s, complete with a VGA output. What makes the Gigatron exceptional is the fact that ... Read More »

Python_3 Coming to Bitcoin (BTC), Network Now a Super Computer?

The journey to building a supercomputer on the Bitcoin blockchain has begun with the uploading of Python 3. There are several benefits of bringing on-board Python. First, it is a high-level scripting language. Second, Python_3 is a superior version of Python 2. The upgrade introduced Python features like The_future_module, a new way to use the print function, a new way to read ... Read More »

How to Introduce Your Kid to Coding Without a Computer

If you want to teach your kid how to code, there’s certainly no shortage of apps, iPad-connected toys, motorized kits and programmable pets that you can buy for your future Google employee. Some are great, no doubt, but many focus on isolated skills, which may or may not be relevant in the decades ahead. For young children, what might be ... Read More »

How Retail and Technology are Proving to be a Hit Mix

Retail is not a traditional activity involving some business transactions. It has become a multi-layered activity which now also involves technology. Technology has changed the way retail is structure and operated. Here are a few ways how technology has mixed with retail to give the world a new dimension. Augmented Reality One of the newest things to join the retail ... Read More »

Nvidia Has a Cheap A.I.-Focused Computer for the Do-it-Yourself Crowd

Nvidia’s cutting-edge graphics cards used for playing video games and–increasingly–for performing artificial intelligence and machine learning tasks can cost hundreds or even thousands of dollars. But on Monday, CEO Jensen Huang announced a product for the “maker” market of students, hobbyists, and tinkerers with a tiny $99 computer optimized for A.I and machine learning. Dubbed the Jetson Nano, the 3-inch ... Read More »

Monty Mobile – A new perspective for operators in the telecommunication sector

Mr. Mountasser Hachem, CEO, Monty Mobile  How do you assess the current situation of mobile operators? Many mobile operators are struggling with their margins these days due to several factors: the cannibalization of OTT for their profits, spectrum availability, high CAPEX and OPEX cost, regulatory issue, among other different challenges. Accordingly, operators are always on the lookout to diversifying their ... Read More »

How Sony Sped Up A Factory With These Tiny, $35 Computers

Raspberry Pi’s like this one have helped make Sony’s manufacturing facility in Wales 30% more efficient, according to its general manager. IMAGE VIA SONY Open a box with a Raspberry Pi and it can seem like the rest of the computer is missing. Costing just $35, it’s a stripped-down circuit board covered with metal pins and squares, just enough hardware to power games ... Read More »

2019 Triumph Street Scrambler: Five reasons why the updated motorcycle can be a hit in the Indian market

Triumph Motorcycles India launched the 2019 Street Scrambler on February 14 for a starting price of Rs 8.55 lakh (ex-showroom, pan-India). Ever since its introduction in 2017, Street Scrambler has been one of the company’s most loved bikes. The new Street Scrambler comes in with several updates to deliver powerful performance and better ride quality. The modern technology made available ... Read More »

How to Recover a Stolen Computer From an Ex-employee in 7 Easy Steps

As many as 60 percent of employees who are laid off, fired or quit admit to stealing company data. Sometimes they download information on their way out the door. Sometimes they email information to a personal email account. And sometimes they simply fail to return a company laptop or other device that contains the data. In the latter case, according ... Read More »