Almost every day on the world wide web to discover some new computer viruses.
In the myth about the tower of Babel the people decided to build a tower city that would get to heaven.
In a small laboratory in the lush countryside about a hundred miles North of new York city from the ceiling hangs a complex tangle of tubes and electronics.
Intel continues to invest in new technology, and one of her latest interests — quantum computation.
The Foundation for advanced studies, Moscow state University, WEB and a number of other Russian organizations formed a consortium whose purpose is the development of a quantum computer consisting of not less than 50 qubits, said the press service of the "VEB Innovation".
In Russia started selling the new Acer ultrabook Swift 5.
For several years in the 1980-ies of the students of the Medical school of St George's hospital in London were selected using high-tech method.
Experts Abrenskogo University of USA exploring the possibility of creating a blockchain service that will calculate the trajectory of satellites, allowing them to avoid collision with space debris.
The Information-analytical edition of Bloomberg, citing a statement by the European Commission reports that the European Union plans to spend € 1 billion to catch up with China, the US and Japan in the development of supercomputers.
Forget about modern modest achievements in the field of artificial intelligence, such as self-driving cars.
The ever-increasing pace of development in the field of quantum computers allow us to say that a full-fledged quantum computer will still be created.
Large mining farms will not surprise anybody in China or in the North of Europe, while in Russia they are quite a few — now it accounts for only about three percent of the entire network .
Virus-cryptographer, tried to attack Russian banks and infected the computers of a number of Ukrainian organizations and the Russian media, called BadRabbit.
A Month ago at the ISS in the cargo hold of the cargo ship Dragon has arrived SpaceBourne supercomputer, developed jointly by NASA and Hewlett-Packard.