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Allein_wolfen
19 weeks ago

I mean, i heard that SQL will be replaced by NOSQL, i am not sure about it, but i am starting my career in IT, so that i would like to know your...

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aneesha
24 weeks ago

give me a cryptographyc examples for Zeroo Knowledge proofs

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Frustrated by a lack of renewable energy and a purchasing system that's too complicated, a dozen major US companies have joined an initiative to force the government and utilities to change.
The solar power industry is expanding quickly, but not when it comes to funding for technology advances.
Clean energy is no longer just the bastion of crunchy granola types and companies hoping to improve their public image.
China's nagging pollution problems could start to abate with the help of an IBM project that seeks to predict and control the air quality in Beijing, using new computing technologies.
Dozens of China-based suppliers to Samsung Electronics violated various labor regulations last year, including failing to pay overtime wages and provide proper safety equipment for workers, according to recent audits.
Foxconn factories had the best working conditions in China at the time of the suicides, Gou claimed.
Expect more wearables, robots and even electric cars to come from manufacturing giant Foxconn Technology Group, as the Taiwanese company tries to reinvent itself as a broader technology service provider.
The plant, to be built in Buffalo, will make enough solar panels to produce one gigawatt of power within two years.
Environmental pressure groups and human rights organizations sent a joint letter to Apple's chief environmental officer on Tuesday asking her to eliminate toxic chemicals from the company's supply chain.
Apache Mesos, a software package for managing large compute clusters that's been credited with helping Twitter to kill its Fail Whale, is being primed for use in the enterprise.
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