By Sahir Palijo Published: December 28, 2018 0 SHARES Share Tweet Email With loads of new enticing television shows being produced every year and keeping us hooked throughout, there is no doubt that we are witnessing ‘peak TV’. There is no doubt that we are living in the golden age of television. With loads of new enticing televisions shows being produced every year and keeping us hooked throughout, there is no doubt that we are witnessing ‘peak TV’. Every year countless television networks and streaming services produce their own TV shows to attract as much audience as possible. The competition amongst them gets tougher by the second and we the audience, couldn’t be happier as we are treated with more and more entertaining content with each passing day.To mark the end of the year, below is a list of the five best and worst TV shows that aired in 2018. 5. Mirzapur Amazon Prime’s answer to Sacred Games proves to be quite an … [Read more...] about To binge-watch or not to binge-watch – The highs and lows of TV in 2018
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A quantum computer is -- or, perhaps more accurately phrased, would be -- a wholly different order of mechanism than anything the human species has ever constructed. Today, there are working machines that perform some small part of what a full quantum computer may eventually do. Depending upon whom you ask, these are either quantum computing prototypes or "prologues" -- stepping stones toward the real thing.Also: Why Intel's smallest spin qubit chip could be a turning point in quantum computing The goal of quantum computing research is to discover a means of expediting the execution of long waves of instructions. Such a means would exploit an observed phenomenon of quantum mechanics that, when you write it down on paper, doesn't appear to make sense.Why quantum? More on Quantum Computing If this goal is achieved -- if everything that physicists are certain works theoretically, ends up working in the real world -- then mathematical problems that require days' worth of calculation … [Read more...] about What a quantum computer is, and why it needs to be more
Football. Fútbol. Soccer. Whatever you call it, FIFA has long been one of the best games to play to get your fix if you can't hit the pitch yourself. FIFA '19 is on its way out of the door, and it figures to be the biggest, most authentic entry in the series yet. Read ahead to learn everything you need to know. What is FIFA '19? EA decided long ago that they wanted to challenge the kings of soccer video games (mostly Konami's Pro Evolution Soccer) with a game of their own. That game was FIFA, and while it couldn't hold a candle to some of the incumbent titles in its earlier years, it has grown into a series that produces some of the best soccer gameplay you'll find. It's 2019, and the wheels keep on turning with FIFA '19. The game will offer its usual core features, including an Ultimate Team mode that lets you collect stars to build a team and compete against other players, as well as a deep club management mode. The Champions and Europa leagues are finally here One of the big … [Read more...] about FIFA ’19 for PlayStation 4: Everything you need to know!
Yes, it's finally happening my fellow outlaws. Red Dead Redemption II is real and it's coming to PlayStation 4 this year. After Rockstar Games' massively successful open-world cowboy game set during the death of the Wild West, fans began clamoring for a follow-up that continued the story of the Marston family or embraced a new gunslinger. After years of rumors and silence on Rockstar's end, they finally surprised the world on one random morning in 2016 by announcing a sequel to their critically acclaimed western. It took over a year to get any actual concrete details regarding the game and frankly, it's still a bit of a mystery but it sounds like it could be a mix of a story of a new outlaw and also fill in a massive gap in John Marston's story. The story so far... Rockstar Games appears to be returning to the traditional one playable character route after successfully experimenting with three playable protagonists in Grand Theft Auto V but he's not John or Jack Marston. Players will … [Read more...] about Red Dead Redemption 2 for PlayStation 4: Everything you need to know!
GDPR: What's newGDPR - latest statistics - Less than two thirds (59 per cent) of UK businesses are aware of the implications GDPR will have on their organisation. Roughly three quarters (73 per cent) felt prepared to meet the obligations when it comes to documents and print management (Kyocera, 29/06)- Just six per cent of UK businesses have prioritised GDPR, compared to 30 per cent in France and 25 per cent in Benelux (Sophos, 15/06) - 20 per cent of EU businesses admit they haven't started preparing for GDPR yet. More than half (52 per cent) of EU businesses don’t know what the impact of GDPR on their organisation will be (IDC, 10/05)29/05 - NEWS - Facebook, Google, hit with first GDPR lawsuits - Privacy campaigner issues cases against online giants...28/05 - NEWS - GDPR offers competitive advantage, businesses believe - Despite the positive outlook, many are still not ready...25/05 - FEATURE - Jeff Sakasegawa/Sift Science - 5 things to do now for GDPR compliance - … [Read more...] about What is GDPR? Everything you need to know