Nvidia's $99 Jetson Nano Developer Kit uses a 128-core Maxwell GPU to put complex deep learning and image processing capabilities in the hands of makers.
IBM has launched a global blockchain network for cross-border payments that will use both stable coin backed by U.S. dollars and cryptocurrency to make near real-time cross border financial transactions.
Firefox Send is a website anyone can use free of charge to transfer files. Links to the files can be set to expire in a week or less, and downloads can be limited in number.
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg outlined how a commitment to privacy will affect the future of Facebook apps like Instagram and WhatsApp, but generally ignored the broader problems facing the platform.
Google/Alphabet's Chronicle cybersecurity moonshot has a doozy of a mega-gargantuan SIEM with huge pluses--and minuses. Take note.
Open source database specialist MariaDB has released a new product called MariaDB Platform X3, aimed at helping customers combine their transactional systems with analytical systems for the first time, but what does that mean and why should you care?
A new jobs report shows software engineers with blockchain skills are in higher demand than at any time in the past, and the number of positions has grown more than fivefold in the past year.
The data transmission rates that 5G proposes to bring – (upto 20 GBPS, that’s 20 times what 4G ever promised) – were unimaginable even a few years ago.