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  • After Spectre and Meltdown…. ZombieLoad

    In 2018, we had the CPU exploits and bugs called Spectre and Meltdown and, as expected, security researchers have found a new class of vulnerabilities in Intel chips...
  • Downsizing big data

    "According to IBM, 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are produced every day. This means that 90% of the data present in the world today was formed during the last few years."
  • Securing hybrid mobile applications

    When it comes to mobile application security, almost every developer thinks that native applications are more secure than hybrid applications.
  • An evolution of computer games

    A look at the leaps and bounds that computer games have undergone over the last 40-odd years.
  • Blockchain in the Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences Industry

    Blockchain and Distributed ledger technology-based projects are appearing in every industry. A research report carried out by Deloitte on GitHub, shows that around 86,000 projects (9,375 carried out by companies and research institutions) are in development with a reported growth of 8,603 projects a year.
  • Shopping at our fingertips

    Over the last few centuries, one can imagine that the process of shopping has experienced little change. With the arrival of the digital age, shopping has become a multifaceted experience for both business and consumer.
  • Words are the source of misunderstandings

    Nowadays, Voice User Interfaces (VOI) seem to be popping up everywhere. We can find VOI in mobile phones, televisions, smart homes and a whole range of other products. With rapid advances being made in this sector and smart home technology, it is safe to say that the only direction for voice interaction is up.
  • Error Correction and Detection in IT, technically speaking

    Quite literally, error correction is the reason why we enjoy clear digital movies, static free tv and free flowing mobile phone information. But how does it work?
  • Write better CSS using the modular approach

    CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is a standard or language used for describing the presentation of a document written in a markup language like HTML. After your HTML is there, it’s time to style. But where to start and what is the better method to handle that?
  • Underwater data centres and why they are so cool (literally)?

    Microsoft turned heads and made headlines earlier in 2018 when they literally sunk a whole datacentre under water. Is it a far-fetched idea or is it the future of datacentre computing and building?