Thursday, May 24, 2012

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3 Best Websites To Get A University Level Education For Free

The idea that you are never done learning has never been more true than today. The Internet has revolutionized the way we access information and knowledge – formerly a luxury accessible only to the rich and highly gifted – which is now freely available to anyone with Internet access.

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Windows 8 Security: What's New | PCWorld

When Windows 8 comes out later this year, the new Start screen and Metro-style apps will likely be the first changes you'll notice, but those aren't the only things that are new. Microsoft is also making some serious security enhancements to help keep your system safer and to improve Windows' ability to combat viruses and malware. It just may be the biggest improvement to Windows security yet. Read more

Monday, May 21, 2012

Physicist says Moore's Law is 'collapsing' - Computerworld

Physicist Michio Kaku, a professor of theoretical physics at City University of New York, said in a videotaped interview on that time is running out on the 47-year-old law. And that could affect the evolution of the computer processor.
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