Can Supercomputers Cure Cancer? A Look at IBM’s Watson

If you’ve been following technology since the mid-90s, you’d probably vaguely remember IBM’s “thinking” computers and how they seemed to be the prelude into what could possibly become a revolution in information gathering and logic processing. After “Deep Blue” beat Gary Kasparov at chess in 1996 and “Watson” aced a game of Jeopardy in 2011, […]

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How to Add a Book Cover to Ebooks in Calibre

“I’d like my e-books to have different vibrant book covers in my e-library.” This was my dilemma when I started downloading digital books from Amazon, iBookstore and third-party websites. Though I still buy printed versions, practically speaking, digital content is cheaper and less spacious (literally!). (No Ratings Yet)

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10 More Funny and/or Useless Linux Commands

Not so long ago, in a very, very close galaxy, I gave a top ten of the most funny and/or useless Linux commands — a collection of various (in)utilities that a lot of you commented on, proposing some additional commands, or explaining their function. Some of these comments were in fact very interesting and I […]

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5 Apps You Should Consider Installing On Your Pebble Smart Watch

The Pebble smart watch has been around for a while now, having broken Kickstarter records back in 2012 and eventually making its way to store shelves, but it wasn’t until this year that the developers behind it finally released a centralized app store. Pebble 2.0 is finally available for both iOS and Android, providing an […]

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3 Sweet Features You Can Unlock In Windows 8

In almost every OS, there bound to be a few features that are hidden from the public eyes. It could be because the features are not completed and not suitable for public use yet, or just that the developers don’t want to give too many customization option to the end users. This is true for […]

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