Author: Neha Kaamra

How Does a Quantum Computer Work?

A classical computer performs operations using classical bits, which can be either zero or one. Now in contrast, a quantum computer users quantum bits or qubits. And they can be both zero and one at the same time. And it is this that gives a quantum computer its superior computing power. There are a number

What’s new in Android Studio 3.1

SPEAKER: Android Studio is now available for download or update in the Stable channel, along with version of the Android plugin for Gradle. With it, we’ve switched to using our brand new dexer, D8, for all your builds. It produces, on average, 10% to 15% smaller and more optimized dex bytecode without requiring any changes

5.4.2 Core memory

Dr. Robert van de Geijn: In the last video, we gave a relatively naive view of what a processor is and how the memory interacts with the processor. We then used this to justify that when you do a matrix matrix multiply, you can partition the matrix, and bring blocks of the matrix into cash.

How Words Get Stuck on the Tip of Your Tongue

We all know it, the intense frustration, the deep self loathing when a word is stuck right on the tip of your tongue. Researchers have been studying this phenomenon since the 1960’s, hoping for some relief, and finally, thanks to science, we have salvation! The words “presque vu,” meaning “almost seen,” describe that thing where

Professor X

Charles Xavier is a fictional superhero who appears in American comic books published by Marvel Comics as well as in a number of television and movie adaptations. The character was created in 1963 by writer Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby, and has been a frequent if not regular character in most X-Men-related fiction since