Microsoft has released a free preview version of its Quantum Development Kit, which was announced back in September as an initiative for developers who are keen to program on quantum computers.
IBM has announced its Power Systems Servers, which will be the first to sport the new Power9 processor, a chip that has been in development for four years.
Nvidia, one of the technology companies heavily invested in artificial intelligence, has revealed a breakthrough in reducing the time it takes to train AI.
The deal would see the two combine into a company that can take on other giant chip maker giants such as Intel and Broadcom.
Honda is teaming up with SoftBank for a research program that will look to integrate 5G (5th generation mobile communication system) networks into vehicle technology.
The U.S. government has detailed the guidelines it follows on revealing security flaws to companies.
Mozilla today announced the public release of the latest update to its Firefox browser called Quantum boasting that it's twice as fast as the previous version of its open-source browser.
China not only claimed the top two fastest supercomputer systems, it beat the United States in the overall number of systems ranked.
A new research study has found that over two thirds of companies are still opting to run Office 2007, which is software that Microsoft no longer supports.
Another day, another story pertaining to the ongoing patent disputes between technology giants Apple and Samsung.