There’s a Thin Line in Online Censorship

On one hand, some expect these social media companies to act as a sort of pseudo-governmental authority who ardently follow the tenets of free speech. On the other, when instances of abuse or violence occur on or through their sites, questions immediately begin being asked about how much the responsibilities should lay at their feet to prevent these tragedies from occurring.

Read more

Britain’s Digital Secretary Intervenes During Huge Arm-Nvidia Deal

California-based company Nvidia plans to acquire British semiconductor giant Arm Holdings for $40 billion dollars. Forbes reports, “Nvidia announced last September that it reached a deal with Softbank to acquire U.K. based semiconductor and software design company Arm Ltd. for $40 billion, making it one of the biggest acquisitions in tech.” Britain’s Digital Secretary, Oliver Dowden has published a Public Interest Intervention Notice (PIIN) due to his concerns about the transaction.

Read more

Hey Gen Z, It’s Time to Code!

When you hear the word “Coding”, what is the first thing you think of? Unless you are somebody who is already familiar with coding languages, you probably associate the word with “difficult, complex, confusing”. That is not the case, however. In the Gen Z generation, everything is available online, and for the most part, physical or paper versions of materials are nowhere near as accessible for us, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Read more

Move over Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Mesh Is Here

Microsoft is in the midst of creating a software that attempts to create a holographic experience platform, something that will be used in place of Microsoft Teams or Zoom meetings. Powered by Microsoft’s Azure cloud, Mesh is a platform that will be able to collaborate with several apps to create a multitude of experiences.

Read more

Pin It on Pinterest