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On the Google for Education team, we think a lot about how to make sure the technology we’re delivering and schools are using is sustainable. Devices shouldn’t have to be constantly refreshed or replaced after just a couple of years in the classroom. They should be used year after year and consistent updates should continue to …

In classrooms around the world, educators rely on Chromebooks to keep their students’ data secure. Students like them because they are fast, easy to use and built for collaboration. And because documents are all stored in the cloud, students can share devices and access their work from anywhere. Most importantly, Chromebook apps and features help …

Microsoft announces the availability of the Microsoft Sustainability Calculator, a Power BI application for Azure enterprise customers that provides new insight into carbon emissions data associated with their Azure services. Migrating from traditional datacenters to cloud services significantly improves efficiencies, however, enterprises are now looking for additional insights into the carbon impact of their cloud workloads …

While many programmers have long used Rust for hobby projects, in 2019, the language attracted support from major technology companies. Rust has drawn plenty of attention from programmers on sites like Hacker News for a while. While many have long loved using the language for hobby projects, it didn’t start catching on in industry until 2019, when this …

IBM and the University of Tokyo announced today an agreement to partner to advance quantum computing and make it practical for the benefit of industry, science and society. IBM and the University of Tokyo will form the Japan – IBM Quantum Partnership, a broad national partnership framework in which other universities, industry, and government can engage. The partnership will have …

At Microsoft Quantum, our ambition is to help solve some of the world’s most complex challenges through the world’s most scalable quantum system. To deliver on that promise, we’ve been working together with a global quantum community to innovate across every layer of the quantum stack – from applications and software down to control and …

Amazon Braket is a fully managed service that makes it easy for scientists, researchers, and developers to explore, build, test, and run quantum computing algorithms. Amazon Braket helps you get started learning about quantum computing by providing a development environment to build quantum algorithms, test them on simulated quantum computers, and run them on your …

Overview This guide will show you how to install and configure an FTP(s) server in CentOS.   Prerequisites Operating System of (s)FTP server : CentOS 7   Installation 01. Update the system package resources   02. (Optional) Install nano, a simple text editor. Or use the default editor “vi”.   03. Install the SFTP package …

Android Dev Summit 2019 | Google Play Billing: The “Purchase Anywhere” Paradigm Shift “In the past few years, we have introduced new features into Google Play, that enable users to discover and purchase items and subscriptions in many new ways, from inside and outside the app. Developers who have adopted these changes in their apps …

Android Dev Summit ’19 | What’s New in Room Room offers type-safe, easy persistence without the boilerplate—but we didn’t stop there! In Room 2.2, we’ve added several highly requested features: better support for relationships, integration with Kotlin Flows, pre-packaged databases, partial entities, schema default values and faster build speed. In this talk, you’ll learn about …