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Atlanta museum charts computers' evolution over time

by Stephen Fowler Aug 23, 2019
The Computer Museum of America features massive supercomputers, an evolutionary timeline of computing and a tribute to tech that got us to space.
One of the earliest known computers, a Datapoint 2200, sits in a glass case at the Computer Museum of America.
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Microsoft claws its way back to the top. How did it do that?

by Andy Uhler Nov 28, 2018
We don’t really talk about Microsoft in the same breath as Apple, Amazon or Facebook these days. Maybe we should. Over the last couple of days, Microsoft has been taking turns with Apple as the world’s most valuable public company.…
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Thanks to "Fortnite" and esports, computers are almost cool again

by Molly Wood Nov 22, 2018
There's a minor resurgence in the PC market, a CNET editor says.
Gamers play “Fortnite” against Twitch streamer and professional gamer Tyler Blevins during Ninja Vegas 18 at the Luxor Hotel & Casino in April.
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Making the web easier to access for people with disabilities

by Stephanie Hughes and Shaheen Ainpour Jul 9, 2018
Innovation is a big buzzword in the tech community, but that doesn't always mean innovation for people with disabilities.
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What's Dell up to? Going public again

by Stephanie Hughes Jul 6, 2018
The personal computing giant will go public after 5 years as a private company.
Dell CEO Michael Dell delivers a keynote address during the 2013 Oracle Open World conference on Sept. 25, 2013 in San Francisco, California.
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Oil patch roughnecks may also need to be data analysts

by Molly Wood May 16, 2018
Drilling oil wells today still involves dirt and sweat, installing rigs in muddy fields. But there are also more jobs at desks, checking systems remotely by computer.
Drilling oil wells these days still involves dirt and sweat — installing rigs in muddy fields. But there are also more jobs at desks, checking systems remotely by computer.
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The Data Economy: How we gave up on privacy

by Molly Wood Apr 10, 2018
We've ignored the steady erosion of our online privacy, but maybe no longer.
In this photo illustration, the logo of the multi-faceted internet giant Google is reflected in the eye of a woman looking at a computer screen, April 13, 2006 in London, England.
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Does tech designed to personalize learning actually benefit students?

by Sarah Tan Mar 12, 2018
Learning platforms that create individualized curriculums for student are a growing industry.
Fifth graders working in a math class at AltSchool Yerba Buena. 
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After years of decline, IBM reports a revenue jump

by Renata Sago Jan 19, 2018
A 4 percent revenue hike is not big news for many companies. But for century-plus firm IBM it’s the first in half a decade, and could signal that its focus on cloud computing is paying off. Click the audio player…

To fix security flaws, CPU chips need a redesign, not a hotfix

by Amy Scott and Sean McHenry Jan 4, 2018
A report issued by cybersecurity experts on Wednesday described two pretty serious security flaws that, in all likelihood, affects your computer. The flaws, known as Meltdown and Spectre, may have different ways of accessing private information, but both stem from…