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The Xerox Alto struts its stuff on its 40th birthday
The Xerox Alto, widely recognized as the first modern personal computer, pioneered just about every basic concept we are familiar with in computers today. These include windows, bit-mapped computer displays, the whole idea of WYSIWIG interfaces, the cut/paste/copy tools in word processing (...)
[OSNews]

Apple 13in MacBook Pro (2017) review: battery life to get through a working day
With its build quality, excellent keyboard and improved longevity, this is one of the nicest computers you can buy – but it will cost you Apple’s 13in MacBook Pro for 2017 now has battery life that matches the power of the hardware and the beauty of the design, even if it is still very expensive. (...)
[The Guardian]

China dominates top supercomputers list
China overtakes the US to have more supercomputers in the list of the world's fastest 500 systems.
[BBC]

China dominates top supercomputers list
China overtakes the US to have more supercomputers in the list of the world's fastest 500 systems.
[BBC News]

Swift action needed to set framework for AI and machine learning | Letters
Professor Ottoline Leyser puts the case for a stewardship body for data use Machine learning and artificial intelligence have the potential to make significant improvements to our lives in areas such as health and public services. However, as Ian Sample points out (Computer says no: why making (...)
[The Guardian]

Now computers are writing perfectly acceptable pop songs
Taryn Southern's new single was written by artificial intelligence software. Is this the future?
[BBC]

Now computers are writing perfectly acceptable pop songs
Taryn Southern's new single was written by artificial intelligence software. Is this the future?
[BBC News]

Government urged to act over computer science GCSEs
More than half of England's secondary schools did not offer the subject in 2015-16, a report has found.
[BBC]

Government urged to act over computer science GCSEs
More than half of England's secondary schools did not offer the subject in 2015-16, a report has found.
[BBC News]

Geoff Tootill obituary
Computer engineer who developed ‘Baby’, the world’s first stored-program computer In 1998 Manchester University and the City of Manchester celebrated the 50th anniversary of one of the scientific breakthroughs that define the modern era – the world’s first electronic stored-program computer. For the (...)
[The Guardian]

Restoring a 1998 Packard Bell multimedia PC
There really is no rational reason to restore a late 90s NEC-manufactured Packard Bell computer. Which is exactly why I'm doing it. Join me in getting this unloved machine back to factory fresh condition! LGR is one of the best and most entertaining technology channels on YouTube, and his (...)
[OSNews]

Broadcom unveils tech sector's largest ever bid for rival
The company is offering $103bn for Qualcomm to create the world's largest computer chipmaker.
[BBC]

Broadcom unveils tech sector's largest ever bid for rival
The company is offering $103bn for Qualcomm to create the world's largest computer chipmaker.
[BBC News]

Andy Serkis: Could computers replace actors?
Technology has helped his performances, but does he think tech could one day replace actors?
[BBC News]

Andy Serkis: Could computers replace actors?
Technology has helped his performances, but does he think tech could one day replace actors?
[BBC]

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