Anita George

Anita George

Anita has been a technology reporter since 2013. She began covering science and technology during an editorial internship at Paste Magazine. Anita has written a wide variety of features, reviews, how-tos and lists about the latest gadgets, apps and other technological innovations. In addition to her published work, Anita also developed technology-themed educational programming for her local community; which involved topics such as 3D printing and simple robotics (specifically Lego WeDos and Mindstorms).

When she’s not researching and writing up articles on the latest tech trends, Anita enjoys cooking, painting and doing yoga.

Anita’s work can also be found on Digital Trends, Lifewire and her own blog, anitamgeorge.com.

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The U.S. government plans to drop $500M on a ridiculously powerful supercomputer

The U.S. Department of Energy has announced plans to build a $500 million exascale supercomputer by 2021. The project, known as the Aurora supercomputer, is expected to boost research efforts in fields such as public health.
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Nvidia’s smart paintbrush tool turns simple doodles into works of art

Nvidia has announced a new deep-learning-enhanced drawing app that can turn your doodles and sketches into highly realistic images. With Nvidia's GauGAN, simple sketches can be automatically embellished with more vivid details.
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Grab a terabyte of storage at a discount with Amazon’s Samsung T5 SSD deal

In need of a portable external storage device? You can get a terabyte of storage at a discount for a limited time. Amazon is offering a discount on Samsung's lightweight T5 SSD of nearly 30 percent off of its original price of $250.
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New fire and burn reports spur expansion of HP’s laptop battery recall

New reports of fire and burn hazards have resulted in the expansion of an existing product recall involving HP laptop batteries. The U.S Consumer Product Safety Commission issued its own announcement of the expansion earlier this week.
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Share encrypted files via Mozilla’s Firefox Send, a free file-sharing service

Software developer Mozilla has announced the release of its new, free file-sharing service, Firefox Send. It is expected to offer users a number of security features aimed at sending even large files for free.
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Many pioneers in computing were women of color. Here are 5 you should recognize

The pioneers in the history of computer science include women of color, who brought forth stunning technological innovations that we still benefit from today. We look at the stories of five of these women.