In the last three decades, experts have been improving our technology and quantum computer system that are tremendously stronger than all the computers we have in our world today. With that being said, a company that started off as the yellow pages of the internet – Google – has teamed up with National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and gave the world a quantum computer that is called D-Wave 2X and this time it works very well.
The tech giant says that the D-Wave 2X is a billion times faster than all the machines that exist today. So if that is the case, then D-Wave 2X can in theory finish calculations within a few moments for a question or numerical problem which may take a standard PC or machine more than a few thousand years to come up with the solution. That is particularly crucial considering the complicated activities that today’s personal computers are summoned to accomplish and the astonishing volume of information they are asked to function with. The D-Wave 2X signifies a quantum jump not just for computers but also in the world of artificial intelligence – as a matter of fact; Google describes this as Quantum A.I. That is due to the fact that the conditions which are really challenging or really complicated for today’s gadgets to solve, may very well be sorted out easily down the road. Thanks to the particulars of precisely how Google’s quantum computer system operates – the way how it processes data is identified as quantum annealing.
In addition to leading the market from the front where desktop and server processors are in demand, Intel is also digging deep into IoT. The company’s latest hardware will effortlessly allow us to mass produce robots and drones, and that too from the comfort of their own home.
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With ASP.NET 5 and MVC 6, Microsoft have really modernized the platform. The new
Startup approach with configurable middleware is more in line with the expressjs way of doing things and with no static
GlobalConfiguration class the design just feels cleaner. The support for environment based configuration simplifies builds by allowing making configuration an environment concern. Both dependency injection and logging are far better supported out of the box but we still have the option of plugging our own solutions in these areas too.
The only real gripe I have with the experience of creating a RESTful API is the lack of support for JSON requests without the
So on balance I really like what Microsoft are doing with the new platform. It will be interesting to see what it looks like come v1.0.0 since they are already making fairly major changes since RC1, and remember, if you want to see something that isn’t supported then you can always contribute by adding a pull request.
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Microsoft is kicking off its BUILD 2016 developer conference on March 30. This annual event is known to bring some exciting news for Microsoft fans each year. At this year’s event, Microsoft is expected to show off its newly-found Linux love in a big manner.
According to a new report from ZDNet, Microsoft is likely to announce a partnership between Canonical and Microsoft that would aim to bring Ubuntu on Windows 10.
This functionality won’t be limited to running Bash shell on Windows 10. With this development, users will be able to run Ubuntu simultaneously with Windows operating system. This will be making Ubuntu an integrated part of Windows 10, not just some virtual machine.
At the moment, details are not revealed regarding this arrangement. It’s expected that Ubuntu will run on top of a foundation of native Windows libraries. It should be noted that Microsoft quietly introduced Linux subsystem in a new Windows 10 Redstone build.
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Microsoft and Google are technically enemies in this competitive market, but the tech industry has shown us time and again that it is not a place where grudges are often held. Competitors could be battling each other in court while also signing deals to manufacture parts for each other. Simultaneously kissing and slapping enemies has become a habit around here.
Nevertheless, Microsoft and Google have a love/hate relationship that has been leaning more towards the sweet side lately. Microsoft can diss the Android OS all they want, but they can’t deny their own platform and devices are not really taking off. Windows Phone continues to hold only 2.57% of the world’s mobile OS market share, which is, simply put, quite insignificant compared to the big guys.
No matter how fast our broadband connections get, it seems like we’re always wanting more – and the good news is that more is on the way. A team of engineers has just used a new type of laser-based transmission technology to smash data transfer records, achieving an incredibly speedy 57 gigabits per second at room temperature.
That room temperature factor is important, because it shows that the technology could eventually be applied to our homes and offices (typically, the warmer the temperature, the slower the data transfer). Plus the bits and bytes were beamed without any errors – another significant factor in assessing the technology’s mass market viability.
To put it in perspective, 57 Gbps is enough to download a whole Blu-ray in just a few seconds. That’s the fastest ever data transmission speed over a new type of laser called a vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL), which is used across fibre optic lines – the type of cabling that underpins much of the broadband infrastructure that’s already in place in our homes and offices.
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