- 3 Must-Reads on the CO2 Emission Surge in 2023
As 2023 wraps up, it’s clear that we’ve hit a new milestone in CO2 emissions — and not the kind we can be proud of.
- Tenedos #004: the GPU gold rush, EV Partnerships on the rise, the Robot integrating ChatGPT
This week, we’re exploring three major stories that are currently capturing the general public attention: the GPU gold rush, EV Partnerships on the rise, the Robot integrating ChatGPT.
- Tenedos #003: Tesla unveils its humanoid robot, methanol cars, Ethereum energy-saving upgrade, building Sim-like digital cities
This week we talk about (1) the unveiling of a humanoid robot prototype from Tesla, (2) China betting big on methanol cars, (3) Ethereum’s long-awaited energy-saving ‘Merge’ upgrade, (4) how today’s technologists are pitching a vision in which players don’t just control Sims-like characters, they become them.
- Tenedos #002: cleaning up rivers using oysters, the biggest rocket ever, 6G challenges, how 3D printing helps blind researchers
This week we talk about (1) how scientists are cleaning up rivers using grasses and oysters, (2) Starship, the biggest rocket ever, (3) 6G, the next-generation wireless that calls for out-of-the-box solutions and broad collaboration, (4) driving a robot boat on the other side of the world, (5) how 3D printing could help blind researchers ‘see’ data.
- Tenedos #001: predicting the shape of proteins, next-generation chips, nuclear fusion, new photos of Jupiter
This week we talk about (1) how artificial intelligence has been able to solve the previously unsolved problem of predicting the shape of proteins, (2) Google’s new algorithm, (3) next-generation chips, (4) Elon Musk’s new ambitions for Starlink (5) nuclear fusion as a new territory of conquest, and finally (6) the stunning new photos of the planet Jupiter.
- Understanding the Total Cost of Ownership for an IIoT Solution
Deploying an Industrial IoT solution isn’t just about technology, it’s also about understanding the full financial costs of deploying such a solution. Let’s break down the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for an IIoT solution.
- Edge Computing in 2023
Edge Computing is set to revolutionize various sectors with its capability to process data closer to where it’s generated, reducing latency and bandwidth use. Here are several key trends and insights on Edge Computing gathered from multiple sources.
- 5G is More Reliable and Faster than 4G
Does the new 5G technology really put an end to video stream buffering and annoyingly slow downloads?
- The Shifting Dynamics of Global Innovation
In today’s fast-changing world, new ideas help us move forward and grow our economies. The number of new inventions (or patents) can show how creative a country is. Lately, these numbers are showing that the world of new patents is changing.
- ELEGOO 3D Printers: Models, Prices and Opinions
ELEGOO is a brand in the 3D printing sector, especially renowned for its resin 3D printers. These printers, frequently used by hobbyists and professionals, offer high-quality printing at competitive prices.
- Comparing 3D Printing and Injection Molding
3D printing is often mentioned as an alternative to injection molding? In this post we take a deeper look at differences between these two technologies. Learn whether 3D printing or injection molding is more cost-effective for your project and find out how to make the best decision for your business.
- Anycubic 3D Printers: Models, Prices and Opinions
In recent times, there has been an increasing accessibility to 3D printing. Anycubic, a Chinese firm, is one such manufacturer providing affordable, high-quality desktop 3D printers.
- Business Models in the Field of 3D Printing
3D printing has revolutionized several fields, from manufacturing to art, architecture, medicine and beyond. With its growing popularity and accessibility, many 3D printing enthusiasts are finding that it is possible to turn their passion into a profitable venture. Here are some ways you can monetize your passion for 3D printing.
- Guide to Windows CMD commands
In this guide, we will explore the most useful and important CMD commands that every Windows user should know. It doesn’t matter if you are a computer expert or a beginner venturing into the world of the command line for the first time.
- Understanding the Software Bill of Materials (SBOM)
Just like a physical product might come with a list of materials or components that were used to create it, an SBOM provides a comprehensive inventory of all the pieces — including open-source software, libraries, frameworks, and other components — that make up a software product.
- SaaS vs. Traditional Software: Key Differences Explained
In the ever-evolving landscape of technology, terms like ‘Software as a Service’ (SaaS) and ‘software applications’ are often tossed around. Both have reshaped how businesses and consumers operate, but they aren’t the same. So, what sets a SaaS platform apart from regular software applications? Let’s break it down.
- 100 Questions and Answers about VPN: Part 4
Whether you are a novice in the world of VPNs or a tech expert looking to expand your knowledge, these VPN questions and answers will give you a clear and detailed overview of this indispensable digital security tool. This is the fourth in a series of four VPN Q&A articles, you can find them here.
- Is Bitcoin a Ponzi Scheme?
In this post we take a look at the nature of Bitcoin, compare it with the characteristics of a Ponzi scheme, and try to give an answer to the question.
- November 28, 2012: Bitcoin’s First Halving Event
On November 28, 2012, an event of unprecedented significance occurred in the world of cryptocurrency: the first Bitcoin halving. It was on this day that the reward per block for mining Bitcoin was reduced from 50 to 25 Bitcoins.
- Cryptocurrency Mines
Cryptocurrency mining is the process of validating cryptocurrency transactions and adding these transactions to the public ledger called the blockchain. In return for this work, miners receive a reward in the form of new cryptocurrencies.
- Double Spend Attack: Spending the Same Crypto Twice
A Double Spend Attack is a critical potential flaw in a digital cash scheme where a user attempts to spend a single unit of a digital currency more than once. This can cause serious complications, leading to fraudulent transactions and loss of trust in the system.
- Ultimate Math Guide for Machine Learning Enthusiasts
Exciting news for everyone diving into the world of Machine Learning! I stumbled upon a fantastic resource that consolidates all the essential math needed for ML, and guess what? It’s free (download here).
- Free TerraForm Resources
Infrastructure as Code (IaC) is a way to set up and manage computers and networks using written instructions instead of manual setups. This method is faster, more consistent, and can help save money. Plus, you can keep track of changes made over time. One popular tool for IaC is Terraform by HashiCorp. Let’s take a deeper look into Terraform.
- Free Python Resources for Beginners
If you’re eager to plunge into the world of Python or simply wish to broaden your horizons, this post lists some of the best free resources across different learning modalities.
- Free Professional Certification in Generative AI
Exciting news for those interested in the rapidly evolving world of Artificial Intelligence (AI)! Microsoft, in collaboration with LinkedIn, has just introduced a fully comprehensive professional certification in Generative AI, and the best part is – it’s absolutely free!
- Free Resources for Learning about Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Intelligence is a rapidly growing field, and many people are interested in learning more about this technology. Fortunately, there are numerous free resources available online that can help you begin your learning journey.
- Algorithmic trading using Python: free resources to get you started
Explore a collection of free resources to learn how to use Python for algorithmic trading. Gain a deeper understanding of the concepts and strategies behind algorithmic trading and how to implement them using Python.