Leyla Badakhshanian

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Verizon Is Close to Apple, Google Deals for 5G TV

Verizon Communications Inc. announced deals making Apple Inc. and Google its first video providers for a superfast 5G wireless service the company …

Smart TV

How to Listen to TV With Your Headphones

You don't need to share your TV's audio with everyone around you. These are the easiest ways to connect your headphones to your television.<p>PCMag …

Consumer Tech

Apple Is Planning A Dual Sim iPhone X Plus

Apple’s new iPhones have almost no secrets left, and we already know the most radical model is also – shockingly – by far the cheapest. But it turns out Apple did have one big surprise up its sleeve, that is right until today when the company accidentally leaked it…<p>Discovered by 9to5Mac’s …

Mobile Technology

AirPods are somehow discounted right now, and they’re definitely going to sell out

Do you already own Apple AirPods? Buy another pair. Do you already have two pairs? Buy a third as a gift. The Apple MMEF2AM/A AirPods Wireless …

Tech Trends

How to recover deleted files

You need a document, photo or other file that you're sure was deleted. You've searched your hard drive. You've scoured the Recycle Bin. No sign of it? Don't panic. As long as you act quickly, you can usually bring that file back to life. And to accomplish that feat, you'll want to turn to a …

Operating Systems

Open source vs. proprietary software: A look at the pros and cons

Companies trying to decide between an open source and a proprietary solution may be stymied because there are often advantages and disadvantages to …

Red Hat

The 10 Frozen Foods This Nutritionist Always Buys at Costco — Shopping

Within the last year, Costco has become one of my favorite places to shop — especially when I'm looking to save money on healthy and organic foods. …

Nutrition

Mandatory keys cut successful phishing attacks on Google to zero

Google might have just made itself the biggest example of how security keys can work better than other forms of multi-factor authentication. According to <i>Krebs on Security</i>, ever since the tech giant required over 85,000 of its employees to use physical security keys instead of one-time codes in …

Authentication

14 Natural Insect Repellents That Actually Work

From essential oils to Permethrin-treated clothing to bug-repelling bracelets.<p>Summer may be all about working on your tan while sipping cocktails on …

Lyme Disease

Psychedelic discovery could lead to new antidepressants

Structural changes in the brain may suggest that psychedelics, such as LSD and MDMA, are capable of repairing the circuits that malfunction in mood …

Neuroscience

Broadcom reaches deal to acquire CA Technologies for $18.9 billion in cash

Broadcom and CA Technologies on Wednesday announced that Broadcom has agreed to acquire the enterprise technology company for $18.9 billion in …

Serverless computing could unleash a new startup ecosystem

While serverless computing isn’t new, it has reached an interesting place in its development. As developers begin to see the value of serverless architecture, a whole new startup ecosystem could begin to develop around it.<p>Serverless isn’t exactly serverless at all, but it does enable a developer to …

How to See Who's On Your Wi-Fi

Is your internet sluggish? If you suspect a neighbor is stealing your Wi-Fi, these two apps can help you identify devices using your connection and …

Innovation Is Making Lithium-Ion Batteries Harder To Recycle

As manufacturers make lithium-ion batteries as cheap as they can, they’re removing valuable elements that make them worthwhile to recycle, according to the Electric Power Research Institute.<p>EPRI assesses the end-of-life cost of batteries in a report it published at the end of last year. Last week, …

Batteries

Tech companies just woke up to a big problem with their AI

Tech companies are beginning to accept that the artificial intelligence they’re building their futures on could be flawed. From studies showing that language-processing AI can be sexist to more recent research on facial recognition’s failures on darker skin tones, years of research have erupted …

Mapping the Brain with Data Science

Researchers are using big data and artificial intelligence to map neural networks in the brain. The new technology could help to better understand …

Aggressively Priced AMD Ryzen 5-Powered Huawei MateBook D 14 Hits The U.S.

Although its latest line-up of Ryzen mobile processors are more competitive with Intel’s mobile chips than anything the company has offered before, AMD is still fighting a fierce, uphill battle in the mobile space. Unfortunately, many still view AMD’s mobile processors as budget offerings, and …

Bank says Ticketmaster knew of breach months before taking action

Ticketmaster UK announced on its site yesterday that it identified malicious malware on June 23rd that had affected nearly five percent of their customers, allowing an unknown third-party access to customers’ names, email addresses, telephone numbers, payment details and login information between …

Why YouTube TV Is the Future of Cable TV

As more people cut traditional cable, YouTube TV may be best positioned to pick up the pieces.<p>Since cutting the cable cord more than four years ago, …

The 7 Best Open-Source Software to Download in 2018

Track time, recover lost data, burn disks and more<p>Updated June 12, 2018<p>Computers are part of our daily lives: From households to offices, and from …

7 Reasons Why You Should Develop Your Next Web App Using Angular

Web app development is making waves in the current marketplace. Though applications have been around for quite a long time, they are becoming …

CRISPR could use gold nanoparticles to edit your brain

Researchers were able to turn down behavioral problems in mice.<p>Add this to the list of possible applications for the seemingly-magical gene editing technology CRISPR: helping people with neurological disorders edit their brains with pinpoint accuracy to alleviate the symptoms of their …

How to Prove Yourself After a Promotion

When you’re promoted to a new job, there are a lot of relationships that need recalibrating. You have a new boss, new direct reports, and, importantly, a new set of peers — people who had been above you on the org chart but are now on the same level. How can you show you have what it takes to be …

How to Fix a PC Stuck on “Don’t Turn Off” During Windows Updates

The “Getting Windows ready, Don’t turn off your computer” message appears while Windows is installing updates. Windows will normally finish the …

Bids Sought for $5.5 Billion Thailand to China High-Speed Rail

Thailand will seek bids in the fourth-quarter for a 180 billion baht ($5.5 billion) high-speed rail project that’s part of a wider plan for a train …

Agile software development still more a feel-good term than reality

'It breaks my heart to see the ideas we wrote about in the Agile Manifesto used to make developers' lives worse, instead of better,' a co-author of …

Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin Will Start Selling Tickets to Space Next Year

Blue Origin, the space-tourism startup owned by Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, says it will start selling passenger tickets for trips into space in 2019.<p>The …

TensorFlow Tutorial For Beginners

<i>Originally published at</i> <i>https://www.datacamp.com/community/tutorials/tensorflow-tutorial</i><p>Deep learning is a subfield of machine learning that is a set …

How to Talk Politics at Work Without Alienating People

Lunch seems pretty tame until your boss announces, “Build a wall, and deport them all! Who is with me?” or “Only lunatics want assault weapons – we should ban them all tomorrow!”<p>An awkward silence descends as your boss awaits your confirmation. Here’s the problem: you vehemently disagree, but you …

NoSQL Databases Overview

The acronym NoSQL was coined in 1998. Many people think NoSQL is a derogatory term created to poke at SQL. In reality, the term means Not Only SQL. …

Databases