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  • If you’re having problems with your home WiFi network, this Asus router might be your answer

    TLDR: The Asus AC1900 WiFi Router has cloud controls, AI advances and a host of special features that make it a premium router upgrade model, particular at nearly 40 percent off. You can go without a refrigerator for a day or two. You can survive without an oven, or a microwave, or your fancy coffee brewing system. But there’s no faster way to bring an entire household to a screeching halt and the edge of imminent panic than if the WiFi router ...

  • This training package can get you started on a $120,000 a year career as a cloud architect

    TLDR: The 2021 Cloud Computing Architect Certification Bundle can be your introduction to life as a well-paid cloud services architect with all the training needed to get you started. Every company has IT needs. And every company needs a highly skilled, borderline brilliant, ultra talented expert running point on all their tech-based admin and growth projects. Scoring a top tech talent to sit at the head of those initiatives is more important than ...

  • A closer look at the AI Incident Database of machine learning failures

    The failures of artificial intelligent systems have become a recurring theme in technology news. Credit scoring algorithms that discriminate against women. Computer vision systems that misclassify dark-skinned people. Recommendation systems that promote violent content. Trending algorithms that amplify fake news. Most complex software systems fail at some point and need to be updated regularly. We have procedures and tools that help us find and ...

  • Report: Apple may bring MagSafe and SD card slots back to MacBook

    Apple engineers are apparently feeling bit of nostalgia up in Cupertino. After reports the company is apparently planning on killing the Touch Bar, a report from Bloomberg suggests the company is planning to bring back the MagSafe charger and SD card slots. For those of you who aren't familiar with MagSafe, it was the company's way of preventing your laptop (or you) from shattering when you inevitably tripped over the charger. The company began ...

  • New physics theory postulates the existence of SLABs: Stupendously Large Black Holes

    At the center of the Milky Way lies the biggest object we can be sure exists: a supermassive black hole (SMBH) four million times more massive than the sun. Physicists believe these huge singularities can reach even greater sizes if they've eaten a big enough galaxy. The biggest estimates are somewhere in the range of 10 billion times more massive than our sun, but things begin to top out shortly after that. At least, that's the conventional wisdom. A ...

  • Google Search has a new mobile design — come spot the differences

    Google Search is getting a new, lighter, bubblier design for mobile devices. It's rolling out "in the coming days." Here's what it looks like: For reference, this is what the old search looked like: Some of the changes include: A brighter design that allows people to focus on information "instead of the design elements around it." Bolder text in search results, making it easier to distinguish between different types of information. ...

  • A pansexual's perspective on Mass Effect 2's capitulation to Fox News

    Having recently been raised to the lofty position of King of The Pansexual Realms (that's the name of my duchy in Crusader Kings III), I felt it was my duty to chime in on the latest queer-related scandal in gaming. The lead writer of Mass Effect 2 recently revealed the game was meant to have a pansexual character but, due to fear of criticism from Fox News, that idea was scrapped and the character was relegated to heterosexual interactions only. This ...

  • New 'robomorphic' computing method aims to speed up slow-witted robots

    MIT researchers developed robomorphic computing to produce customized chips that hasten a robot's reactions.

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