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How much screen time is healthy for children? Health risks to kids

[ad_1] Many parents are under the belief that technology and gadgets are essential for a child’s development, but can you go too far? How much time should a child spend in front of a screen is a question being asked not just by worried parents but psychologists, health organisations and even governments. Here, you can read a collection of experts’ guidelines for managing a child’s screen time, and their warnings and advice on the dangers of recreational screen time, especially…

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Net neutrality: Key zero rating decision made by Germany

[ad_1] Getty Images The German telecommunications regulator has issued a long-awaited decision on Deutsche Telekom’s “zero-rated” StreamOn offers, ruling that the scheme is legal, but the company must make some modifications. Zero-rating is the practice of offering free data for certain services but not others — those offers where you might get to use Spotify for free on your phone, or have specific streaming video services not count towards your data cap. The practice is popular with service providers and…

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What will you actually use quantum computing for?

[ad_1] With a tip of the hat to our Big on Data bro George Anadiotis, this week, we’re breaking from our usual routine of the here and now to look at what’s coming next. Mention the words quantum computing, and your first impression is that we’re probably going to be spouting science fiction. So what is quantum computing? It harnesses the physics of subatomic particles to provide a different way to store data and solve problems compared to conventional computers.…

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Virgin Media’s broadband flash sale deals are here…but only for three days

[ad_1] Here we were, poising ourselves for Black Friday bargains to blow our tiny minds – and then, all of a sudden, Virgin Media struck early with a broadband flash sale that features some of the best internet deals on the market. The Virgin deal that really stands out is a reduction of its cheapest VIVID 50 plan. Delivering speeds of 50Mb – or around 6.25MB per second – the monthly price is down to a super cheap £25 per…

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IBM MaaS360 Review & Rating

[ad_1] IBM’s MaaS360 product (which begins at $4 per device per month) continues to rank among the leaders in mobile device management (MDM) market with the acquisition of Fiberlink Communications and their Maas360 product roughly three years ago. The latest release of the product has added the power of IBM’s Watson technology to bring to bear the strengths of a cognitive advisor to the platform. IBM has also integrated their BigFix endpoint management product into MaaS360 to consolidate their management…

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VR’s future depends on you buying a dorky headset

[ad_1] Are you going to buy a virtual reality headset? Seriously. Are you? I’m not the only one who wants to know. The VR industry is having an awkward moment. Though headset makers have spent years and billions of dollars promising world-changing technology, relatively few of us have actually lined up to buy them. That sales problem is likely to be among the things discussed at the fourth annual conference for one of the darlings of VR, Oculus, which Facebook…

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Making sense of Microsoft’s graph database strategy

[ad_1] It’s taken some time, but Microsoft’s $26 billion purchase of LinkedIn is finally starting to show some interesting results, with LinkedIn data starting to show up in tools like Outlook. It’s the first sign of Microsoft using the social network’s relationship graph, the complex data set that was the reason for one of Microsoft’s biggest Silicon Valley acquisitions. Under the hood, a social network like LinkedIn is nothing more than a huge NoSQL graph database, using a schema-less approach…

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Tesla ‘Confident’ To Fix Model 3 Bottleneck Issues After Falling Short Of Q3 Production Goal : TECH : Tech Times

[ad_1] Elon Musk wants to save Puerto Rico with solar power Tesla promised to produce 1,500 Model 3 vehicles in the third quarter of 2017, but it made only 260 units because of bottleneck issues. Now the electric car maker is “confident” to get back on track.  ( Tesla ) Faced with “production bottlenecks,” Tesla managed to produce only 260 Model 3 vehicles during the third quarter, but now it’s confident of getting back on track toward a production rate of…

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How an inmate hacker turned a prison upside down

[ad_1] In the summer of 2015, Stan Transkiy was 16 years into a life sentence, and he had finally found a way to occupy his time. Inside the Marion Correctional Institution, which sits on green farmland off a series of quiet roads in rural Ohio, he had carved out a job running a recycling program, a gig that earned him nicknames like “The Garbage Man.” It was an apt description: Transkiy, bald and bearded, sometimes worked 14 hours straight and…

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What English-language courtroom dramas sounds like to Swedes / Boing Boing

[ad_1] Judge Rodney Gilstrap serves the Eastern District of Texas court, the venue from which patent trolls have extorted billions in useless menaces money from US industry; Gilstrap hears 25% of the patent cases brought in the USA, and has a track record for making epically terrible rulings. READ THE REST In 2002, early bloggers started hunting for googlewhacks: “a pair of common words, like ‘schadenfreude carburetor’ that appear together on only one page in Google’s index.” READ THE REST…

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WE PROVIDE TECHNOLOGY  NEWS & ARTICLES, VIDEOS AND SOCIAL MEDIA POSTS. GET THE LATEST TECH AT LOW PRICES … COMPUTING IS STILL A PERSONAL THING – GET THE RIGHT DEVICE FOR THE RIGHT USER.