IBM just unveiled the ‘world’s smallest computer’

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IBM is kicking off its IBM Think 2018 conference this week with “5 in 5,” a collection of IBM Research inventions and technologies “that could change our lives in the next five years.” If you want to hear a large corporation tell you about AI, blockchain, and quantum computing all in the same breath, IBM Think sounds like the place to be. It’s a little hard to tease out the technology from the buzzwords, but, happily, Mashable spotted this gem: […]

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Top execs at Cambridge Analytica boast about using sex workers to blackmail politicians

March 19, 2018 Editor 0

Executives at Cambridge Analytica, the data mining firm that worked with Facebook to develop a microtargeted propaganda campaign that helped Trump get in office, were secretly recorded boasting about entrapping politicians through the use of bribes and blackmail involving prostitutes. From the UK’s Channel 4: In an undercover investigation by Channel 4 News, the company’s chief executive Alexander Nix said the British firm secretly campaigns in elections across the world. This includes operating through a web of shadowy front companies, […]

You can literally drink out of a stream with this water filter

March 19, 2018 Editor 0

LifeStraw ensures you’ll have clean drinking water while out in the wilderness or in emergency situations. Get your own LifeStraw for $14.99 here. Every product here is independently selected by Mashable journalists. If you buy something featured, we may earn an affiliate commission which helps support our work. Read more… More about Mashable Video, Water, Hiking, Camping, and Real Time Powered by WPeMatico

Google Earth image of crashed UFO may not be that

March 19, 2018 Editor 0

This Google Earth image of Antarctica’s South Georgia Island depicts either a UFO that crashed and skidded across the snow or a hunk of ice that rolled along after an avalanche. According to this YouTube video from Secureteam, with 2.5 million views, it’s definitely the former. Keele University physical geographer lecturer Richard Waller suggests it’s the latter. Below, a zoomed-out view of the area. (Space.com) Previously: Another UFO found in Google Earth image of Antarctica Powered by WPeMatico

Official PUBG Mobile Game Now Available From iOS App Store in the U.S.

March 19, 2018 Editor 0

The officially licensed app for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, better known as PUBG, today launched in the United States and several other regions around the world. PUBG is an extremely popular multiplayer online battle royale-style game that’s been available for PC and Xbox One since early 2017 as part of a Steam early access beta, with the game officially launching back in December. In PUBG, up to 100 players fight in a battle to the death to become the last person (or […]