What happened in 2023 in computing? Learn about the trends and players that made the headlines from our review
Hanko helps developers make applications ready to support passkeys – from integrating an API to providing a full-fledged authentication solution
An expert interview with Markus Bohl, an experienced entrepreneur and current head of Intel’s global startup program Intel Ignite for Europe
Quanscient.allsolve is a multiphysics simulation toolkit that harnesses distributed computing to shorten simulations times by more than 100 times.
The future of computing is here, and I’ve been talking to the people making it happen. Here are eight major trends shaping the future of computing today.
LeanXcale follows a new paradigm, NewSQL, to make databases more scalable and thus faster, overcoming the limits of traditional SQL databases.
Qbeast optimizes the organization of data lakes, making it faster and cheaper to handle big data and retrieve data samples.
Codesphere allows developing applications directly in the cloud, making it easy, efficient, and collaborative to deploy them.
Unikraft improves the efficiency of cloud deployments using unikernels: highly specialized, efficient, and secure virtual machines.
Compular is developing a platform to make computational material analysis straightforward, starting with battery material development.