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Capitalize on the Big Data Revolution with This 100-Hour Bundle

Whether you know it or not, Big Data is the driving force behind virtually every new technological innovation. From Google algorithms to self-driving cars, the most important developments in the world of tech rely on the in-depth analysis of massive data sets to get the job done. The Big Data Hadoop Spark & Administrator Master […]

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Deepin Builds a Better Linux Desktop

Deepin 15.8, released last month, is loaded with more efficient layout tweaks that give the distribution greater functionality and maturity. Deepin, based in China, shed its Ubuntu base when with the 2015 release of version 15, which favored Debian Linux. That brought numerous subtle changes in the code base and software roots. Ubuntu Linux itself […]

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Files by Google adds support for browsing files on USB OTG drives

Despite there being many apps out there that provide easy access to Android’s file system, Google only recently made available their own file manager app. Released in November of 2017, Files Go was intended to help users of low-end Android Go devices better manage their storage. However, the app quickly became a hit for even non-Android […]

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End of the Line for Microsoft Edge?

Rumors circulated this week that Microsoft will be replacing the core technology in its Edge browser for Windows 10 with Chromium, the open source software from Google that is the core of the Chrome browser. Google’s Blink will be basis of the new browser, reportedly codenamed “Anaheim.” Microsoft Edge, developed by Microsoft as a replacement […]

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