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The company says the superconducting chip, developed with QuTech, comes with a unique packaging architecture.
A headless CMS gives an organization significant advantages that cannot be ignored. This slide show looks at those advantages and which industries will most benefit from a headless CMS.
Computer industry trade association CompTIA surveyed the views of private citizens and IT professionals working for municipal governments about building smart cities.
There are certainly lots of good books out there about starting new companies, but there aren’t that many from new-generation thinkers like Delphix founder Jed Yueh.
The new scholarship partnership with Udacity is part of a broader Grow with Google initiative that CEO Sundar Pichai announced this week.
Meanwhile, Facebook has begun overhauling how it handles political ads on its platform and plans changes before the U.S. midterm elections next year.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Wireless networks in the U.S. have little redundancy or interoperability, which means they can fail when they are needed the most, in natural disasters such as the firestorms in Northern California.
The penalty is the latest in a growing list of regulatory problems the mobile chip maker is facing for its business practices.
Online attackers from North Korea reportedly stole confidential military documents, including war contingency plans drawn up by U.S. and South Korean forces. Without any downside, such attacks will continue, security experts say.
Technology from Akamai's acquisition of Cyberfend is now integrated into Bot Manager Premier, providing protection from credential stuffing attacks.