Dhaval Kadia

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Google is secretly creating a new OS that's not based on Linux

Here’s a bit of unexpected Friday news: Google is building a completely new operating system. As in, not just an upgrade to Android or Chrome OS, but instead, a new system that’s not derived from the Linux kernel.<p>It’s called Fuchsia. While Google hasn’t officially announced anything about the OS, …

Linux

Google is closer than ever to a quantum computing breakthrough

Its 20-qubit processor is currently undergoing tests, and the company appears to be on schedule to have its working 49-qubit chip ready by the end of 2017 as promised. Until it began trialing the 20-qubit chip, Google's most powerful quantum chip was the 9-qubit effort from 2015.<p>Traditional …

YouTube Introduces VR180 Format

<b>So you don’t have to look behind you.</b>During a keynote at Vidcon, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki took the stage to announce the rollout of a new video …

Google Glass updated to XE23, its first firmware update in almost three years

Well this is a surprising headline, to say the least. The long-defunct AR hardware from the Mountain View company, Google Glass, is getting its first firmware update in almost 3 years. Today’s update, hot on the heels of a minor update to the MyGlass app yesterday, bumps the device up to XE23 and …

Google Announces New API That Can Detect and Identify Objects Using Images

Advancing API<p>Attention all developers, researchers, and enthusiasts: Google has announced that they will be releasing a new . API is, simply put, a …

Google releases MobileNets, a collection of mobile-first computer vision models

Google has now released MobileNets, a family of computer vision models for TensorFlow. What’s special about these? They run entirely on the lower-power mobile devices that we all carry around in our pockets.<p>In the realm of visual recognition, mobile devices have long had access to many of these …

Weed Could Help Prevent Certain Brain Diseases

The existing research is promising, but researchers are calling for more clinical trials in humans.<p>The fact that humans even <i>have</i> an "endocannabinoid system" sounds like stoner fantasy. (If we hadn't been trying to figure out just what cannabis does to our bodies when it was discovered, it might …

Cannabis

Here's how to get back the MacBook battery feature Apple doesn't want you to have

Rather than fix the time remaining estimate in its Battery menu bar widget, Apple removed it in the macOS 10.12.2 update. Here's how to get it …

MacBook Pro

AV-TEST – The Independent IT-Security Institute

For the protection of corporate networks, the laboratory of AV-TEST tested 16 solutions under Windows 10 in terms of their protection, performance …

Why RCS?

Texting changed the way we communicate, but it’s out of date. Today we want messaging that lets us do things like share high-res photos and larger …

Chrome Browser

Get on the bleeding edge of the web<p>Google Chrome Canary has the newest of the new Chrome features.<br>Be forewarned: it's designed for developers and …

“ Recursion : A Radioactive Material “

Recursion seems so similar to a Radioactive Process ! See… !<p>If we observe, both are Beautiful Processes.<br>• Both looks Tiny ! But contains something …

From Miami to Area 51: the 20-year history of Alienware

The 20-year history of Alienware<p>While Alienware is largely known as Dell's gaming arm today, did you know it was actually first started in 1996 as a …

Computer Hardware