• COMPUTERS
    IBM Just Broke The Record of Simulating Chemistry With a Quantum Computer

    The Future of Quantum Computing Engineers have modelled the interactions between subatomic components of a complex molecule using a quantum computer, making a significant leap forward in our modelling of chemical reactions. Image Source: Berkeley University The simulations were carried out by IBM on superconducting hardware, and this milestone just pushed into new territory for […]

  • ALL DEALS
    All the Places with Free Burgers and Special Deals for National Cheeseburger Day

    Monday, September 18, is National Cheeseburger Day. As you’d guess, restaurants all over the country are celebrating the event with special deals and discounts on cheeseburgers. McDonald’s and Burger King aren’t participating (at least not on a national level), but many other burger chains have great promotions. There are free cheeseburger upgrades, cheeseburger eating challenges, special […]

  • NEWS
    Here’s How to Find the TransUnion Credit Freeze Page

    Wondering where to find the TransUnion credit freeze page? You’re not alone. The agency updated its website to make it harder to find. Last week, news broke that Equifax, a credit reporting agency, suffered a data breach. Over 143 million Americans had their data compromised, including Social Security Numbers. Equifax handled the situation poorly, even going […]

  • ALL DEALS
    These Are All The Deals for the New iPhones So Far

    Apple announced three new iPhones on Tuesday, which means people will soon be hoping to get the best deals when trying to upgrade their phones. Preorders for the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus begin on Sept. 15, and they begin shipping on Sept. 22. If you want to get the special iPhone X, which has even more upgraded […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    Engineering institutes pull plug on electronics courses the most

    The electronics and telecommunication branch of engineering, also referred to as electronics and communication by some universities, has witnessed the highest number of closures across engineering colleges in the country this year. This branch of engineering involves designing and manufacturing the hardware and software systems that run communication devices such as radio, mobile, television and […]

  • COMPUTERS
    The Guardian view on privacy: computers gossip

    Our digital lives are now as real as money, and so debates about online privacy are actually about our political freedoms. Photograph: Alamy Wednesday 30 August 2017 19.04 BSTLast modified on Wednesday 30 August 2017 22.00 BST At the beginning of the internet age, people used to go online, but no longer. Instead we live there from the moment […]

  • CLOTHING
    Foiling Pick-Pockets: The New Women’s Line From Clothing Arts

    Cloting Arts Women’s Travel Shirt I first met Adam Rapp in Namibia a few years ago at the Adventure Travel World Summit (ATWS). He was there to show off some rather cool shirts and pants that he called Pick-Pocket Proof, designed after a year of vagabonding around the world. His company is called Clothing Arts […]

  • How to get the most money for your used clothes

    Adapted from a story by Elisabeth Leamy for The Washington Post. U.S. households spend at least $1,700 on apparel each year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and it’s a lot easier to shell that money out than it is to recoup it. You won’t strike it rich selling used clothes, but it is possible […]

  • COMPUTERS
    The next revolution in computers is right around the corner

    The industry’s biggest players are working on quantum computing Getty ImagesIntel has acquired Mobileye, a maker of computer-vision chips.Digital devices are getting smaller and more powerful each day, and that trend hasn’t slowed because their components are constantly shrinking. Moore’s law, an observation of this phenomenon, shows that the number of transistors per square inch on integrated circuits (chips) doubles every […]

  • NEWS
    Foxconn Display Panel Factory in the US Takes One Step Closer to Reality

    HIGHLIGHTS The Wisconsin Assembly approved a $3 billion tax break for Foxconn Foxconn announced earlier it planned to invest $10 billion in Wisconsin It could eventually hire 13,000 workers at the Wisconsin facility The Wisconsin Assembly approved a $3 billion tax break Thursday with bipartisan support for Taiwan-based Foxconn Technology Group to build a massive display panel […]