• Tue. Feb 7th ,2023

Computer

Canada plans to commercialize first ever photonic-based quantum computer

Justin Pierre James Trudeau, well-known Canadian politician who is the current and 23rd prime minister of Canada has recently announced a new federal investment for commercializing and building the first-ever fault-tolerant, photonic-based quantum computer. For the unversed, Justin Trudeau is ser

HP to slash nearly 6,000 jobs over three years amid waning PC demand

American IT behemoth, Hewlett-Packard Company (HP) has reportedly stated that it will be cutting down as many as 6,000 staff in the company over the next three years, citing faltering demand for personal computers (PC) which is cutting into profits. In a statement, the California-based company me

Australian regulators take Dell to court for alleged misleading prices

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has reportedly initiated Federal Court proceedings against the local affiliate of American tech giant, Dell, over allegations that the firm made false or misleading representations of monitor process to customers. According to ACCC, Dell A

Shuttle Computer unveils its first computer DH32UE featuring EDID

California-based computer manufacturer, Shuttle Computer Group, Inc. has reportedly announced its first computer, called DH32UE, that features Extended Display Identification Data, or EDID. The feature supposedly allows the computer to continue playing content even if there is an interruption in tra

UK watchdog begins probe into tech giants’ cloud computing dominance

Ofcom, the British postal, broadcasting, and telecommunications regulator, has reportedly started an investigation into the dominance on US tech majors Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, and Amazon AWS, on the nation’s public cloud market. As per reports, the move comes under Ofcom’s wide

EeroQ secures $7.25M in a seed round led by B Capital’s Ascent Fund

EeroQ, the US-based quantum computer (QC) chip design firm, has reportedly received its initial round of institutional funding after nearly five years of research and development in a $7.25 million seed round led by B Capital's Ascent Fund, a multi-stage investment firm. Other participants in

Video game sales expected to tumble as industry braces for recession

Sales of video games are set to fall annually for the very first time in several years as the global games and services market, which witnessed exponential growth during the pandemic, faces the gloomy possibility of a recession. According to recent research by a market data firm Ampere Analysis,

Microsoft shuts down iconic Internet Explorer, redirects users to Edge

Tech behemoth Microsoft Corporation has reportedly shut down the internet’s oldest browser, the Internet Explorer (IE), almost 27 years after it was first introduced on desktop computers, back in 1995. Now users will automatically be redirected to Microsoft Edge, the firm’s latest brows

Microsoft’s Project Volterra to support arm-based AI chips for Windows

Microsoft, the American multinational tech giant, has reportedly unveiled Project Volterra, at the Build 2022, the project, a device powered by, American semiconductor company, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon platform, which allows developers to discover ‘AI scenarios’ using the latest Neura