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Researchers reveal infrared Wi-Fi system capable of 40 Gbps+ speeds
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Researchers reveal infrared Wi-Fi system capable of 40 Gbps+ speeds

With an ever-increasing number of people relying on Wi-Fi, the technology needs to improve to keep up with demand. Over in Holland, a PhD student may have come up with a solution: a wireless network that uses infrared light to transmit data at speeds in excess of 40 Gbps. Eindhoven University of Technology Student Joanne … Continue reading

Google’s AI can now recognize what’s in your videos
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Google’s AI can now recognize what’s in your videos

Google’s machine learning and artificial intelligence programs are about to get a lot smarter. At their Cloud Next conference, Google announced a new feature called the Cloud Video Intelligence API. It uses deep learning models to detect objects and themes in video content. The idea is to be able to translate a YouTube or video … Continue reading

WikiLeaks plans release of CIA hacking tools to private tech companies
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WikiLeaks plans release of CIA hacking tools to private tech companies

Just days after WikiLeaks published thousands of pages worth of details on the CIA’s hacking toolkit, Julian Assange is planning to release those tools to tech companies. The WikiLeaks report describes many tools and vulnerabilities that the CIA has used including exploits for iPhone, Android, Windows, and Samsung TVs to name a few. The leak … Continue reading

IBM is turning quantum computing into an actual business
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IBM is turning quantum computing into an actual business

IBM on Monday announced a new initiative to build commercially available quantum computing systems. Dubbed IBM Q, the systems and services will be delivered to customers via the company‚Äôs cloud platform. Classical computers are extraordinarily powerful and will continue to advance and underpin everything we do in business and society, said Tom Rosamilia, senior vice … Continue reading