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This 1976 Apple computer still works and it could sell for at least $300,000 — take a look

In 1976, Apple co-founders Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs sold their first pre-assembled computer, called the Apple-1. It cost them $250 to build and retailed for $666.66. (“As a mathematician I like repeating digits and that was what I thought it should be,” Wozniak told Bloomberg in 2014.) The dream team only built 200 Apple-1s. Tuesday, a fully functioning Apple-1 computer went up ... Read More »

How to change relationship status on Facebook for computer: Know steps

These are some steps which can help you to add or edit your relationship status | Picture for Representation Facebook is a popular social media platform across the world which helps people to stay connected with each other. On Facebook, its users can also update their current relationship status according to their choice. Now, if you are a Facebook user ... Read More »

Family Finance: Government employee Kumar should focus on main money goals for now

Bipin Kumar and Jyoti Sharma stay with their two children, aged four and one, in Delhi. They get a combined monthly income of Rs 1.1 lakh and being government employees, they have been provided free accommodation. Their portfolio worth Rs 34.04 lakh comprises equity worth Rs 3.3 lakh, debt of Rs 32.04 lakh, and cash of Rs 20,000. After considering household ... Read More »

Finance ministry makes a budget case for small investors

Mumbai: Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman told Indian industry on Friday that proposed changes in dividend distribution tax (DDT) rules were aimed at putting more money in the hands of small shareholders, declaring, “let them decide what they want to do with it”. While admitting that promoters and high net-worth individuals (HNIs) will face a higher tax rate, she justified the move on the ... Read More »

The best computer for VR

If you love the idea of playing virtual reality games in your home, you need excellent computing hardware to make it happen. VR software requires plenty of processing power. As a result, only high-end gaming computers have the right system requirements. To play the latest VR games, you will need a computer with above-average CPU performance and well-above-average graphics performance. ... Read More »

Machine learning shapes microwaves for a computer’s eyes

Engineers from Duke University and the Institut de Physique de Nice in France have developed a new method to identify objects using microwaves that improves accuracy while reducing the associated computing time and power requirements. The system could provide a boost to object identification and speed in fields where both are critical, such as autonomous vehicles, security screening and motion ... Read More »

Finance Ministry tightens purse strings for January-March quarter

The finance ministry has cut the amount various ministries and department can spend in the last quarter to a maximum of 25% of their budget estimate for the entire financial year, citing fiscal situation. The earlier limit for the last quarter spending was 33%. Also, within the 25% cap on spending for January-March, only a maximum of 10% of the total budget ... Read More »

Pisa: Mixed report for Scottish education in world rankings

Scotland has been given a mixed report in an important piece of international research on education. The Pisa report measures the performance of 600,000 15-year-olds worldwide. Since the last report, Scotland’s performance in reading has improved but it declined in maths and science. Education Secretary John Swinney welcomed the improvement in reading but said there were still challenges in science and ... Read More »

Cards Against Humanity Writers Fight Computer AI For Their Jobs

The Cards Against Humanity team are known for their Black Friday stunts. In the past they have dug a hole to nowhere and sold new products every 10 minutes. They even went after Trump’s border wall once. This year they are spending 16 hours battling a computer to see who can create the best new CAH cards. If the humans lose, it will cost ... Read More »

Local computer firm opens work space that will help raise money for youth technology camp

CINCINNATI — A local entrepreneur is using Small Business Saturday as a way to introduce a new name for her business, celebrate the grand opening of a collaborative work space and raise awareness about a nonprofit she runs to teach minority youths how to build their own computers. Technology Tailor Made, formerly known as CDM Computers, will host a free event ... Read More »