Learning to code is simply learning to tell machines what to do. Code is the string of typed instructions a computer follows, such as displaying the word “hello” on a screen, to piloting a driverless car through traffic. Lego has just unveiled a subbrand called Boost. The base set contains a combination of sensors, motors and a unique companion app that teaches kids how to code so that they can program their new robot friends. ... See MoreSee Less
Whether your "X" is a click-happy user, ransomware, zero-day or other threat, XGen, a unique blend of cross-generational threat protection techniques and market-leading global threat intelligence, can offer you more effective and efficient protection against a full range of threats. ... See MoreSee Less
Today in Tech History: The "Friday the 13th" virus makes headlines for striking hundreds of IBM computers in Britain on Friday, January 13, 1989. This was one of the most famous early examples of a computer virus making headlines.
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