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IBM just unveiled a 'quantum computing system' for commercial use

The quantum computing train keeps on rolling.  A year after IBM showed off a 50-qubit quantum computer prototype at CES, the company has returned to the annual electronics show in Las Vegas, Nevada, with a grand announcement. Namely, that it
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Take an SQL coding course for less than $50 and ignite your career

The past existence of a universal spoken human language has been essentially hypothetical: scientists haven't been able to prove much beyond grammar and sound patterns shared among different dialects. But over in the realm of programming, it's a
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Alexa in space? Why free-floating AI friends are in our interplanetary future

This post is part of Science of Sci-Fi, Mashable's ongoing series dissecting the science (or lack of science) in our favorite sci-fi movies, TV shows, and books. Not many American nerds these days know about a golden age sci-fi writer called Edmond
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The Odds Microsoft Buys Upwork Just Went, Um, Up

Microsoft doesn’t want to lose its hold on enterprise computing. It ousted IBM from that mountaintop many moons ago, and it’ll be damned if Google or Salesforce or whoever is going to return the favor. That’s a big reason it 
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Owner of Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent announces partnership with Apple to build apps

The international luxury group that owns brands such as Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, and Balenciaga — Kering — announced today that it's working with Apple to create apps for sales associates to track inventory and more. In a statement
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Are You Committing Career Malpractice?

Do you know X? I noticed a job posting and when I checked the company, it showed that you had connections there. Let me know if you know her. Like you, I get these from friends from time-to-time as they...
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IBM to acquire open source company Red Hat for a whopping $34 billion

$34 billion.  That's how much IBM has offered to pay, in cash, to acquire the open source software company Red Hat.  SEE ALSO: The inventor of the internet is building the next stage of the web Red Hat gives away its core product —

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