• Machine Learning and Big Data in the Quantum Computing Age

    In the information technology age, on an average 2.5 exabytes of data is produced every day, which is equivalent to the content of 5 million laptops. Humongous isn’t it? Here is more, on a daily basis, every minute 3.2 billion global internet users add massive data to the data banks with 347,222 Tweets, 4.2 million Facebook likes, 9,722 […]

  • COMPUTERS
    Understanding quantum computers: The noise problem

    Quantum computers are fragile miracles of physics that are unreliable, cost-prohibitive, and more error-prone than a shortstop with no depth perception. But, if we ever want to get to Star Trek levels of technology, we probably need them. To make them useful we have to make them reliable. And that’s a pretty tall order. The […]

  • COMPUTERS
    Watch The Full Nerd talk about all the Core-i9-9900K news!

    Join The Full Nerd gang as they talk about the latest PC hardware topics. Today’s show is all about Intel’s Core i9-9900K, the news, the benchmarking controversy, and is this the end of mainstream hyperthreading? As always we will be answering your live questions so speak up in the chat. If YouTube is not your […]

  • COMPUTERS
    The Full Nerd ep. 70: Microsoft Surface refresh analysis, inside the Windows 10 October Update

    In this episode of the Full Nerd, Gordon Mah Ung, Brad Chacos, Adam Patrick Murray, and PCWorld’s resident Microsoft expert Mark Hachman dive deep into the slew of Surface device updates and what to expect from the big (and boringly named) Windows 10 October 2018 Update. We start by talking about Surface, as Microsoft refreshed most of its lineup earlier […]

  • COUPONS
    5 of the Best Free Coupon Apps

    At NerdWallet, we adhere to strict standards of editorial integrity to help you make decisions with confidence. Some of the products we feature are from our partners. Here’s how we make money. For many shoppers, there’s nothing more exciting than getting something on sale and nothing more frustrating than paying full price. Free coupon apps can help you find a […]

  • HOME & GARDEN
    Norway’s New Invaders: Invaders in the Garden

    (Guest post by Malene Nygård. Photo: KENPEI / Wikimedia commons CA BY-SA 3.0) Garden plants have a long tradition in Norway; from being used as medicine and food in the gardens of Catholic monasteries in the Middle Ages to today’s exotic ornamental plants. But this tradition also represents several centuries of unmonitored introductions of alien species, […]

  • HOME & GARDEN
    Japanese men no longer calling all the shots at home

    A Family enjoy cherry blossoms in Toyokawa, Japan CREDIT: GETTY Women are increasingly calling the shots in Japanese households, with the influence of husbands – not long ago the undisputed master of the home – in sharp decline. The latest edition of study conducted every decade by the Hakuhodo Institute of Life and Living shows that more […]

  • CLOTHING
    The Sexist History Of No Pockets In Women’s Clothing

    An historical reenactment of medieval bags. Photo: DEA / C. BALOSSINI / Getty When shopping for women’s jeans, how many times have you found yourself disappointed with the pockets of the garment? They are either fake or too small to serve the purpose of being a pocket. As women, we all are also familiar with […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    India inks MoU for cooperation in the field of Electronics and IT

    The Union Cabinet chaired by Indian Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi, in New Delhi on 23 May, approved of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between India and Angola for mutual support in the field of Electronics and Information Technologies. The MoU aims at achieving closer cooperation between the two countries in the areas of e-Governance, Human Resource […]

  • HOME & GARDEN
    The best Mother’s Day gifts under $50

    (PROVIDED) We hope you enjoy the products we recommend. We may receive a commission if you purchase a product mentioned in this article. Finding a gift that tells your mom how much you appreciate her is difficult. When you’re on a budget or have a mother that insists no one spend too much on her, […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    Embroidering electronics into the next generation of “smart” fabrics

    This article was originally published on The Conversation. Archaeology reveals that humans started wearing clothes some 170,000 years ago, very close to the second-to-last ice age. Even now, though, most modern humans wear clothes that are only barely different from those earliest garments. But that’s about to change as flexible electronics are increasingly woven into what are being […]