Technology Blog

September 20, 2022

Adaptive Cards for everyone with Power Platform

Dropping micro apps into a Teams chat or email means you don’t have to switch to another application, and now they’re easier to make. The post […]
September 20, 2022

Academic Publishers Turn To AI Software To Catch Bad Scientists Doctoring Data

Shady scientists trying to publish bad research may want to think twice as academic publishers are increasingly using AI software to automatically spot signs of data […]
September 20, 2022

Nvidia Announces Next-Gen RTX 4090 and RTX 4080 GPUs

Nvidia is officially announcing its RTX 40-series GPUs today. After months of rumors and some recent teasing from Nvidia, the RTX 4090 and RTX 4080 are […]
September 20, 2022

A Gnarly New Theory About Saturn’s Rings

Saturn has quite the collection of moons, more than any other planet in the solar system. There’s Enceladus, blanketed in ice, with a briny ocean beneath […]
September 20, 2022

How to deploy the Percona database performance monitor with Docker

If you’re a database admin, you might want to be able to keep track of the performance of those servers. Jack Wallen shows you how with […]
September 20, 2022

How to upgrade Fedora to the beta version of 37

If you’re antsy to check out what’s in store for Fedora 37, Jack Wallen is here to show you how you can upgrade your earlier version […]
September 20, 2022

How to protect only the header and footer areas in a Microsoft Word document

Once your header and footer are complete, you might want to protect that area so others can’t change it while leaving the body of the document […]
September 20, 2022

Apple Executive Responds To Annoying iOS 16 Copy and Paste Prompt: ‘Absolutely Not Expected Behavior’

Apple has responded to user complaints regarding an annoying pop-up in iOS 16 that asks for user permission if an app wants to access the clipboard […]
September 20, 2022

Indonesia Parliament Passes Long-Awaited Data Protection Bill

Indonesia’s parliament passed into law on Tuesday a personal data protection bill that includes corporate fines and up to six years imprisonment for those found to […]