Our congregation is swarmed with campaign lizards. They creep around the hall of the congregation while different exercises are going ahead as though they as of now have aced the point the minister is talking about. Possibly they have remembered the Bible so contemplating it in a little gathering isn’tRead More →

  German automaker Volkswagen and Google have announced plans to cooperate in exploring possible uses in the auto industry for quantum computers. Quantum computing, a technology that’s still in its early phases, uses the quirks of quantum physics to perform calculations at far higher speeds than current computers. Volkswagen said Tuesday that specialists fromRead More →

  Google will launch a fightback against Brussels this week when the company lodges an appeal against its record monopoly abuse fine. The internet giant is expected to file the response to the European Commission’s €2.4bn (£2.2bn) penalty on Monday, the deadline for submitting an appeal. Google, which is facing further multi-billionRead More →

  Three years ago, I got a call from a friend who was working as an IT administrator abroad. He told me about something very interesting he came across and I was curious. Out of nowhere, the files in his organization’s systems got encrypted leaving a message in their placeRead More →

  Jon von Tetzchner, co-founder of the Vivaldi web browser, has accused Google of using its position as the most popular search engine in the world to bully its competitors. The accusation comes in a blog post on the Vivaldi website, where von Tetzchner recounts his history of working alongside Google.Read More →

  Twitter is rolling out Night Mode for desktop today, bringing the eye-strain saving aesthetic already available on its mobile apps to twitter.com. When you flip on Night Mode, the normally white Twitter web page background changes to a deep midnight blue. Black text also switches to white, helping itRead More →