Jonathan Terrasi

Jonathan Terrasi

Jonathan has studiously followed trends in technology, particularly in information security and digital privacy, since 2014 when he began teaching himself and developing proficiency in running Linux systems and deploying encryption.

Starting in early 2017, Jonathan became a guest columnist for Linux Insider as well as a research assistant with the Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights, positions which jointly helped launch a career as a freelance tech journalist and digital privacy advocate. Since then, Jonathan has produced original reporting from his coverage of multiple hacker conferences, and organized numerous digital privacy training sessions for Chicago-area internet users.

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Intel’s long, painful struggle with 10nm production may finally be over

In an earnings call, Intel assured investors that the company's 10nm chip production is now enough to meet customer demand in both the home consumer and enterprise data center spaces.
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What is quantum computing? The next era of computational evolution, explained

Quantum computing is becoming an increasingly important topic in the world of computing. But what is it really? Will it someday replace normal computers?
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Samsung has unearthed the secret path to immortal SSDs: failing in place

Today, Samsung announced a set of advances in its solid state drive (SSD) software engineering that hold the potential to dramatically extend the lifespan of their server-grade storage devices.
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Microsoft sends developers a very early save the date for Build 2020

Seemingly out of nowhere, this week Microsoft gave everyone a look at its calendar for 2020 despite having a big quarter yet to go in 2019.
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Nvidia might come out swinging against AMD’s budget GPUs with a GTX 1660 Super

New rumors swirling in gaming hardware circles suggest that Nvidia is gearing up to launch a Super variant of its GeForce GTX 1660 graphics card.
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TP-Link rolls out its first midrange router sporting Wi-Fi 6 software specs

This week, networking hardware manufacturer TP-Link announced its new Archer AX50 home router, which will have stock firmware capable of Wi-Fi 6 compatibility.