Chemists find method to replace hydrogen with fluorine in organic molecules

Chemists have now reported a facile method for the replacement of hydrogen with fluorine in important drug molecules. This new discovery enables the fine-tuning of existing (and potential new) pharmaceuticals to endow them with improved pharmacological properties. Read More

Scientists study neutron scattering for researching magnetic materials

Physicists have demonstrated for the first time in a comprehensive study how different magnetic materials can be examined using neutron scattering techniques. Read More

New hurdle cleared in race toward quantum computing

Researchers have created a new device that allows them to probe the interference of quasiparticles, potentially paving the way for the development of topological qubits. Read More

Screenshots of Microsoft’s coming Chromium-based Edge browser leak

Microsoft still has yet to release to external developers a first preview of its coming Chromium-based Edge browser. But it may be getting closer to its debut, if leaked screen shots of it are any indication. Read More

Build less, license more: Tesla needs to be an ARM, not a half-baked Apple

If Tesla wants to scale, then it has to decide what it really wants to be when it grows up. Read More

Honeywell launches marketplace for enterprise apps

The Honeywell Marketplace is designed to give enterprise users the sort of simple experience they might expect from the Apple App Store or Google Play. Read More

Certify, Chrome River announce $1 billion merger

The companies said the merger will allow both businesses to ramp up investments in technology in areas such as machine learning, AI, analytics and reporting. Read More

Linux 5.0: A major milestone with minor improvements

It’s not like Linus Torvalds didn’t warn us. Linux 5.0 is out, but there’s no big updates to be found here. Read More

Hide yo’ kids, hide yo’ clouds: Zerodium offering big bucks for cloud zero-days

Exploit vendor offers up to $500,000 for zero-days in cloud virtualization software like Hyper-V and vSphere. Read More

Google: Turns out we’ve been underpaying male software developers

Google pays out $9.7m to over 10,000 employees after pay equity review. Read More