Google wants to make programming quantum computers easier

Quantum computers are still in their infancy, but builders of the exotic machines want to encourage software developers to experiment with them. Programming the circuits on quantum machines is a...

Adata XPG SX8200 SSD review

For the longest time picking up a fast NVMe solid-state drive with a good amount of storage required dropping a decent wad of cash. And, while the prices of the...

TECHdotMN Liquidity: The Q2 2018 MN Tech M&A Review

15 M&A transactions concerning Minnesota tech companies were counted from April 1 – June...

AirTV is potentially cool tech for cord cutters trying to get local channels

Set up is fairly easy. You connect an antenna (not included) to the AirTV box, and then you use the Sling app on your smartphone to link the...

12 Key Concepts, review – Irish Tech News

Lessons in Leadership: 12 Key Concepts, by John Adair is available to buy here. Designed to challenge and inspire anyone who is seeking a deeper understanding of management, Lessons in Leadership...

Defence demands total control over Australian tech R&D, exports – Strategy – Security –...

The Department of Defence has requested sweeping new powers...

Research and technology park at UNLV starts to take shape – Las Vegas Review-Journal

If you build it, they will come. Construction of the first innovation building of the Harry Reid Research and Technology Park at UNLV is officially underway. The university hopes the park...

This company is giving away face recognition software to K-12 schools

This company is giving away face recognition software to K-12 schools RealNetworks launched a website today that allows schools in North America to download and implement its facial recognition software for...

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