Category: tech

From: Fossbytes - Intel’s 1,000x Faster Optane Memory Is Coming To Your Next Computer On April 24

Short Bytes: Intel has brought his Optane memory to newer desktop PCs featuring 7th Gen Core processors. From April 24, Intel will be shipping 16 and 32GB Optane modules for 130+ compatible motherboards designed by various hardware makers. Various consumer and commercial products fitted with the Optane memory will arrive by the second half of this […]

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From: GeekWire - Cloud and IoT disruption driving the most demand and best pay in new survey of tech salaries

Tech salary survey
Evolving technological sectors such as storage and networking — where cloud and IoT disruption are changing the industry — are seeing the biggest demand and best salaries according to a new survey by Dice, the tech jobs website. The transformation of an industry generally creates a demand for higher skilled workers and salaries rise with that demand, even though Dice found that overall tech salaries in the U.S. were essentially flat year-over-year — down 1 percent to $92,081 from $93,328 in 2015. The survey also looks at what motivates workers to change employers, what employers do best to retain employees, the top… Read More

From: Fossbytes - Elon Musk Launches New Startup Neuralink To Connect Human Brains With Computers

Short Bytes: Billionaire technology entrepreneur Elon Musk has launched another company. Named Neuralink, this new venture is focused on enhancing the human brain capabilities using artificial intelligence. The company aims to develop brain-computer interface and devices that can be implanted in the human brain. esla founder Elon Musk isn’t new to the artificial intelligence arena. He played […]

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From: GeekWire - How two Seattle women are fighting for data-driven solutions to startup diversity issues


We’ve seen the numbers on diversity in startups, and they’re not good. Less than one-fifth of startups that receive funding are led by women, and investors are more likely to invest in male-led ventures over female-led ventures. Those numbers trickle down into startup workplaces, which tend to have very low percentages of women and other minorities. But even though we have plenty of facts and figures on the diversity problem, there is very little data on the reasons behind it. That leaves startups and other organizations that want to address the issue grasping at straws. Two Seattle women have decided to take the… Read More