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ChocoPy uses a modern, well-known languages and platforms for computer science instruction, avoiding legacy cruft from aging CISC assembly.


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The proposal by Python Core Developer Lukasz Langa suggests updating Python every 12 months, but making releases smaller with fewer features to compensate.


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Desktop as a service adoption lags behind on-premise VDI, but the popularity of cloud-hosted desktops is growing. Here's a look at the top DaaS providers and their services.


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Kaspersky caught 1.6 million phishing attacks disguised as the Apple brand in the first six months of 2019.


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By 2024, more Bluetooth shipments will be for IoT devices than for smartphones, according to a new survey.


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Companies working on cancer, women's health, and addiction recovery are finalists in the BlueCross BlueShield Data Innovation Challenge.


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TechRepublic's Karen Roby talks with a software company exec who believes vendor selection goes way beyond price shopping.


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While the majority of businesses have a data strategy, many still fail to successfully yield tangible results. Here's why.


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Finding the right talent to fit a growing digital economy is difficult. Here's how companies can make those hires.


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Intel published documentation indicating a major CPU flaw similar to the 2016 Silvermont C2000 bug, though retracted it claiming the issues were fixed in firmware update for already-deployed CPUs.


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With 35 million lines of Python code, the Athena trading platform is at the core of JPMorgan's business operations. A late start to migrating to Python 3 could create a security risk.


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If you accidentally dismiss notifications on your Android device, and you're desperate to view them, fear not--there's an app that can help.


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Need to know how to start, stop, restart, enable, and disable Apache? Here's how.


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Google is shutting down the popular tool on December 3. Here's what you need to know to be prepared.


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Tech incubator Fast Forward showcased nine tech nonprofits dedicated to using data for good.


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Vivaldi mobile is coming to Android, and it's worth the wait.


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TechRepublic's Karen Roby interviews a telecommunications equipment expert about the potential benefits of sticking with 4G—or even 3G—in areas that aren't ready to move to 5G.


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Founder Larry Gadea has lots of open positions at his company that digitizes office processes including visitor check-in and package delivery.


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The iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max were just announced at the annual Apple event on Sept. 10. The new phone means users can get some great deals on the iPhone X series. Here's where to look.


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Wireless earbuds, known as hearables, are fast replacing wearables as the most popular accessory for consumers.


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Six hackers made over $1 million this year for squashing security bugs, yet just five years ago this possibility seemed remote at best.


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Brick and mortar stores are closing left and right, but artificial intelligence may be able to keep them alive.


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USB Type C was envisioned as the universal connector, though USB-C cables are far from universal. USB4 cables are limited to a maximum length of 80 cm.


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Features that could be creepy or simply overkill for home users could make sense for small businesses.


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The past six months have seen a 13% increase in human-initiated cyberattacks. Here's what cybercriminals are targeting.


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ChocoPy uses a modern, well-known languages and platforms for computer science instruction, avoiding legacy cruft from aging CISC assembly.


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Desktop as a service adoption lags behind on-premise VDI, but the popularity of cloud-hosted desktops is growing. Here's a look at the top DaaS providers and their services.


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The proposal by Python Core Developer Lukasz Langa suggests updating Python every 12 months, but making releases smaller to compensate.


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Kaspersky caught 1.6 million phishing attacks disguised as the Apple brand in the first six months of 2019.


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By 2024, more Bluetooth shipments will be for IoT devices than for smartphones, according to a new survey.


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Android 10 brings an even more refined gesture system with the advent of "Peeking In" navigation.


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Install a powerhouse tool that can help you develop, deploy, and manage container-based applications.


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The US Department of Defense isn't turning its back on open source--it's just getting smarter about it.


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Artificial intelligence can provide timely and efficient IT support, freeing up tech pros' workloads.


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Administrator access to backend systems is becoming the holy grail for attackers.


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What is the difference between these two types of configuration files and how are they used together? We explain it here.


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TechRepublic has partnered with top training providers to offer online courses, bootcamps, and master classes for Python, one of the most in-demand programming languages.


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Vivaldi mobile is coming to Android, and it's worth the wait.


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TechRepublic's Karen Roby interviews a telecommunications equipment expert about the potential benefits of sticking with 4G—or even 3G—in areas that aren't ready to move to 5G.


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Founder Larry Gadea has lots of open positions at his company that digitizes office processes including visitor check-in and package delivery.


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The iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max were just announced at the annual Apple event on Sept. 10. The new phone means users can get some great deals on the iPhone X series. Here's where to look.


(go to external source)

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Wireless earbuds, known as hearables, are fast replacing wearables as the most popular accessory for consumers.


(go to external source)

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Six hackers made over $1 million this year for squashing security bugs, yet just five years ago this possibility seemed remote at best.


(go to external source)

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Brick and mortar stores are closing left and right, but artificial intelligence may be able to keep them alive.


(go to external source)

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USB Type C was envisioned as the universal connector, though USB-C cables are far from universal. USB4 cables are limited to a maximum length of 80 cm.


(go to external source)

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Android 10 brings an even more refined gesture system with the advent of "Peeking In" navigation.


(go to external source)

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Install a powerhouse tool that can help you develop, deploy, and manage container-based applications.


(go to external source)

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The US Department of Defense isn't turning its back on open source--it's just getting smarter about it.


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Artificial intelligence can provide timely and efficient IT support, freeing up tech pros' workloads.


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Administrator access to backend systems is becoming the holy grail for attackers.


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