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In the increasing craze of internet has geared a number of modern firms for using web technology in their day-to-day lives. A remarkable ability to analyze web log data is provided...
Learn how the battle over privacy technologies could define the future of the web. This TechRepublic cover story explains the strange history and the serious consequences of the fi...
X.ai's personal assistant. brings artificial intelligence to the tedious task of scheduling meetings.
An SQL injection is one of the most dangerous security issues. SQL injections are dangerous because they are a door wide open to hackers to enter the user system through their Web ...
Nick Hardiman argues that the problem with Linux is that multi-purpose distros, which are great for cloud computing jobs, are making the server OS fat.
As the amount of linked data published on the web grows, attempts are being made to describe and measure it. However even basic statistics about a graph, such as its size, are diff...
Current scenario offers huge amount of data and information that are available for everyone either offline or online. Besides being available on the web or even offline, data can b...
As nations spend billions of dollars stockpiling digital weapons and tension grows between them, the risk of world cyber warfare has suddenly turned offensive.