Apple shocked investors on Thursday by trimming its revenue guidance due to weak sales in China. The rare step by the tech giant marks the beginning of what may turn out to be a longer-term decline in
Apple roiled the markets last week when CEO Tim Cook caught many by surprise and reduced the company’s revenue forecast. He attributed the drop to slower economic growth in China, which prompted a bevy
Andrew Ng, a computer scientist who led Google’s AI division, Google Brain, and formerly served as vice president and chief scientist at Baidu, is a veritable celebrity in the artificial intelligence industry.
If you haven’t heard, universities around the world are offering their courses online for free (or at least partially free). These courses are collectively called MOOCs or Massive Open Online Courses.
One of the greatest mysteries in art history appears to have been solved. The identity of the model who posed for the most scandalous painting of the 19th century, Gustave Courbet’s L’Origine du monde
If your computer has slowed, you might be mining crypto coins for someone else — here's how to stop it
• Latest report shows cryptomining is now the world's second-most popular malware.• It can cause mobile phones to overheat and explode.• Has your computer's fan been unusually noisy lately? Good news:
Amazon's latest benefit targeted to millennials reveals how terrifyingly powerful the company has become
• Amazon is in talks with JPMorgan Chase and Capital One about creating an Amazon-branded checking account.• If implemented, it will appeal to their younger demographic and customers without bank accounts.•
Y Combinator's Michael Nielsen uses a grade school tool to powerfully enhance his learning and retention skills. If you're struggling to master a complex topic, a new language, or anything else that seems
Want a healthy gut? Reach for the kimchi, sauerkraut, artichokes, coffee and chocolate. But watch out – one category of food will make your microbes wither Kimchi, kombucha, sauerkraut, miso and kefir
• When you're ill, it can be hard to tell whether exercise will make you feel better or worse.• If you're unsure, you can use the "neck rule" to determine whether working out is a good idea. When you're