Elon Musk and Tesla have recently announced their new Neural Network Chip will be ready in six months.October 16, 2018Tesla& 39;s first attempts at a chip -(Nvdia partnership is ended)NvidiaElon Musk, and Tesla have recently announced that they plan to release their new neural network computer chip within 6 months.
By Jessica MileyAugust 11, 2017The infamous HBO hacker has struck again. Last week the anonymous key puncher leaked the script of Episode 4 of the popular series as well as the private phone numbers of the entire cast. Image Source: HBO Today they have leaked an email from HBO offering $250,000 as part of a bug bounty program.
Sponsored byStackCommerceUnlike most VPNs that promise security at the expense of browsing speed, CyberGhost VPN delivers state-of-the-art encryption and unlimited bandwidth.May 20, 2018For all the great opportunities and conveniences the Internet has afforded us, it can also be an incredibly dangerous place.
If you believe that you are not a victim of data breach, you probably don’t realize it.November 20, 2017Data is the new oil; and it is giving enormous power to Internet companies as the “always online” culture continues to grow exponentially. Whether you’re going for a run, watching TV, listening to music or using your smart home device, almost every digital activity is traced, collecting massive amounts of data that is used in ways that you might have never thought of.
Electric cars are breaking into the mainstream, but could batteries soon evolve to make future commercial flights electric?By Shelby RogersJanuary 30, 2018Boeing recently released investment information about building a new company to invest in high-density batteries. Ultimately, this type of battery could lead to planes having electric or hybrid alternatives.
This ultra thin device uses common materials to convert excess heat into usable DC electrical currents.By Shelby RogersJuly 10, 2018It& 39;s easy to see electronics converting electricity into heat. However, the reverse is quite rare to see. Engineers from Sandia National Laboratories have created a tiny silicon-based device that can take heat and convert it into electricity.