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  1. Red Hat's Paul Cormier Discusses The Impact Of OpenShift.io On Enterprise Computing

    Crn.com - Technology 05.24 / 22:44 crn.com
    Red Hat's President of Product and Technologies Paul Cormier spoke with CRNtv about the importance of having tools to help developers build cloud native and container-based apps quickly and…
  2. China blocks online broadcast of computer go match

    Phys.org - Internet 05.24 / 22:35 phys.org
    Internet users outside China watched a computer defeat its national go champion, but few Chinese web surfers could see…
  3. Geek Squad Staff Snoop Through Customers' Computers

    Techlicious.com - Technology 05.24 / 22:24 techlicious.com
    In addition to repairing your computer, Best Buy's Geek Squad may be snooping through your…
  4. Computational Fluid Dynamics in Motorsports – Quo Vadis?

    Background As early as the 19th century, the Navier-Stokes equation, which completely describes the motion of fluid substances, was devised. For the first time, it became possible to describe any fluid flow field mathematically. Up to that time, scientists and engineers had only made available models for simple phenomena such as pipe flows. It was not until a 100 years later, however, that this milestone of science could be applied for engineering problems. The reason is to be found in the…
  5. 2017 Top 5 Computer Schools In The World [VIDEO]

    Universityherald.com - Education 05.24 / 22:06 universityherald.com
    Here are the universities with the best computer science…
  6. NMSU summer computer camps filling up, space still available

    Krwg.org - New Mexico (NM) 05.24 / 21:47 krwg.org
    New Mexico State University’s summer computer camps are in high demand but there is still time to sign up. The Department of Computer Science in the College of Arts and Sciences is hosting the free summer programs in June and July. The Young Women in Computing (YWiC) program for young women in high school runs from 12:30-4 p.m. Monday through Friday from June 5 through June 16 . Students will learn to explore computing skills and discover talents through an introduction to programming, c…
  7. California’s Brown Signs Bill to Increase Computer Science Education

    Educationnews.org -Education 05.24 / 21:34 www.educationnews.org
    California Governor Jerry Brown has signed into law a bill that will implement a three-year planning process to increase computer science education across all grade levels in public schools throughout the state. Assembly Bill 2329 will require State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson to put together a 23-person advisory panel by September 2017, which […] Author information Kristin Decarr | The post California’s Brown Signs Bill to Increase Computer…
  8. Personal information exposed for 3,000 people in Stillwater after unauthorized access obtained to city computer

    Kfor.com-OK 05.24 / 21:33 kfor.com
    STILLWATER, Okla. – The City of Stillwater announced Wednesday that the information for about 3,000 people has been compromised after an unauthorized party had access to a city computer. Officials say the unauthorized party had access to the computer for 22 days. Records with personal information dating from March 15, 2015, to May 16, 2017, for people who were issued citations for violations of city ordinances (with the exception of parking tickets), were on the computer. “The …
  9. UC Berkeley researchers teach computers to be curious

    Engadget - News 05.24 / 19:29 engadget.com
    When you played through Super Mario Bros. or Doom for the very first time, chances are you didn't try to speedrun the entire game but instead started exploring -- this despite not really knowing what to expect around the next corner. It's that same…
  10. Xbox 360 architect is spearheading Microsoft’s quantum computing project

    Digital Trends - Computing 05.24 / 18:29 digitaltrends.com
    Microsoft's Todd Holmdahl, who oversaw the hardware design of the Xbox 360, is now hard at work on the company's ambitious plans to catch up with its rivals in the field of quantum computing. The post Xbox 360 architect is spearheading Microsoft’s quantum computing project appeared first on Digital…
  11. Computer Beats Chinese Champion in Ancient Board Game of Go

    Newsfactor.com - Technology 05.24 / 17:50 newsfactor.com
    A computer defeated China's top player of the ancient board game go, earning praise that it might have finally surpassed human abilities in one of the last games machines have yet to…
  12. Personal computer shipments bounce back in March quarter: IDC

    Business-standard.com - Companies 05.24 / 17:41 business-standard.com
    Shipments fell 15.2% in 2016 due to a slowdown in consumer demand and the effects of note…
  13. Former UA music professor had child porn on home, office computers, authorities say

    Al.com-Birmingham 05.24 / 17:35 www.al.com
    Nikos Pappas, 41, was charged with two counts of receiving and possessing child pornography, according to a joint statement by Acting U.S. Attorney Robert O. Posey and ICE Homeland Security Investigations Assistant Special Agent in Charge Sherry…
  14. Mercer County college's switch to cloud computing a 1st-of-its-kind

    New Jersey - Time News 05.24 / 17:29 nj.com
    The school says the new cloud-based software platform will improve services and save…
  15. Make Sense of Edge Computing vs. Cloud Computing

    Wtnnews.com - Technology 05.24 / 17:11 wtnnews.com
    The internet of things is real, and it’s a real part of the cloud. A key challenge is how you can get data processed from so many devices. Cisco Systems predicts that cloud traffic is likely to rise nearly fourfold by 2020, increasing 3.9 zettabytes (ZB) per year in 2015 (the latest full year for which data is available) to 14.1ZB per year by 2020. As a result, we could have the cloud computing perfect storm from the growth of IoT. After all, IoT is about processing device-generated data t…
  16. Computer wins first Go game but censorship leaves Chinese in dark

    Irishtimes.com - Business 05.24 / 15:41 www.irishtimes.com
    AlphaGo played champion Ke Jie but state banned live coverage of…
  17. Google Plans to Demonstrate the Supremacy of Quantum Computing

    Spectrum.ieee.org -Technology 05.24 / 15:39 spectrum.ieee.org
    By the end of 2017, Google hopes to make a 49-qubit chip that will prove quantum computers can beat classical…
  18. Tencent Technology Co., Ltd. Reaches MoU with IEEE Computer Society and Becomes a Global Partner

    Prnewswire.com - Business 05.24 / 14:57 prnewswire.com
    LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., May 24, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- IEEE Computer Society (IEEE-CS) and Tencent Technology Co., Ltd. (Tencent) signed a Memorandum of Understanding on the Global Partner Program (GPP), securing their mutual interest in achieving the goals of…
  19. Computer wins first Go game but most Chinese in dark

    Irishtimes.com - Business 05.24 / 14:53 www.irishtimes.com
    AlphaGo played champion Ke Jie but state banned livestreaming of…
  20. Breakthrough for Large-Scale Computing: ‘Memory Disaggregation’ Made Practical

    Hpcwire.com - Technology 05.24 / 14:49 hpcwire.com
    ANN ARBOR, Mich., May 24, 2017 — For decades, operators of large computer clusters in both the cloud and high-performance computing communities have searched for an efficient way to share server memory in order to speed up application performance. Now a newly available open-source software developed by University of Michigan engineers makes that practical. The […] The post Breakthrough for Large-Scale Computing: ‘Memory Disaggregation’ Made Practical appeared first on H…