Coronavirus Updates Critical IT policies and tools (TechRepublic) Roundup: Cyber-security during the pandemic What does the new normal look like? 15 CXOs answer Google: Super-spreaders are a big part of the problem How tech workers are supporting vital services Dashboard delivers real-time view of virus Most remote workers feel more productive Can 5G survive the pandemic? HPE plans new post-pandemic operating structure Face masks for businesses: Where to buy Online retail sales surge 49% Can holograms help overcome the frustrations of social distancing? LinkedIn debuts Virtual Events State-backed hackers trying to steal coronavirus research AR/VR during a pandemic How Verizon brought hospital ship USNS Comfort online Elon Musk defies local order by reopening Tesla factory Rolls Royce, Google Cloud, IBM, others partner to model economic recovery 'You can't just stop.' How data centers are dealing IT spending will be viewed through new lens as … [Read more...] about ‘We are doing in a few months what would normally take a drug development process years to do’: DoE’s Argonne Labs battles COVID-19 with AI
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In targeted searches, a telescope points at one star for a few minutes, and if it finds no telltale signs of ET, it moves to the next target star on its list. So if aliens are transmitting in Earth's direction at the exact time we just so happened to be scanning their star system for radio signals, we probably didn't just get lucky, Vakoch said. … [Read more...] about Ready, SETI, go: Is there a race to contact E.T.?
"In Missouri, the impact of the virus is very real—thousands have been infected and many have died, families have been separated from dying loved ones, small businesses are shuttering their doors, and those living paycheck to paycheck are struggling to put food on their table," Schmitt said in a statement, alleging that Chinese authorities "lied to the world" and "must be held accountable." … [Read more...] about Missouri sues China over coronavirus, claims nation “lied to the world”
Bixby Routines learns routines for two locations: your work and home.You can make your own Bixby Routines manually.AI is used to manage performance via optimizing battery, CPU and RAM as well as device temperature. AI also learns how you use your device and delivers most frequently used apps faster. And then there are a few more wrinkles. Enter the Galaxy S10 5G, Samsung's first 5G phone. This device will launch in the second quarter depending on carriers, and pricing hasn't been determined yet. The Galaxy S10 5G has all the features found in the rest of the family, but comes with a 6.7-inch display, a 3D Depth Camera for augmented reality applications, and a 4,500 mAH battery that's supposed to last all day. … [Read more...] about Galaxy S10: Which model should you buy?
The base includes a 1.6GHz (2.7GHz Turbo) dual-core Core i5-5250U and an Intel HD 6000 GPU, 4GB of RAM, and 128GB PCI Express SSDs. We examined this CPU and GPU in depth in our review of Intel’s newest NUC mini PC, and we’ve seen other Broadwell chips in a variety of PC Ultrabooks. Overall, Broadwell provides a small increase in CPU and GPU power while enabling longer battery life. … [Read more...] about Apple updates non-Retina MacBook Airs and the 13” Retina MacBook Pro