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Monday June 25, 2018. 01:02 PM
Not to be outdone by IBM, the University of Michigan has created the “world’s smallest computer.” Though whether it should really be considered a computer is up for debate. Traditionally, when you unplug […] The post Is the ‘World’s Smallest Computer’ Really a Computer?...
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NIH pulled the plug on what would have been a grand experiment in “healthy” drinking. Where can the field go now?
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American wifi networks, smart traffic lights, security cameras, cell phones, and vehicles are throwing off truckloads of data. A new program at MIT (and others like it) teaches students to handle it in ways that make residents’ lives better.
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The stock market was supposed to be a level playing field, but investing in private companies allows the ultra-rich to reap unparalleled gains.
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A security researcher claimed he had figured out a way to bypass the passcode lock limit on an iPhone or iPad, ZDNet reported. But it turned out the passcodes he tested weren't always counted. From a report: 'The recent report about a passcode bypass on iPhone was in error,...
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We’ve written a lot recently about 2018 editions of past Windows operating systems, including Windows 7, XP and even Windows 95. Microsoft Windows 95 Mobile imagines what the 23-year-old OS would look like if it was running on a modern smartphone today, and while its...
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Overheating data centres, Bing Visual Search, acquisitions – it's the week at Redmond Microsoft had a week of acquisitions, almost-apologies and Azure absenteeism as 2018 ground to its halfway point.…
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And for heaven's sake, don't fall in love with the data The Internet of Things is going to solve climate change, fix our political system, and ensure that you can always find a parking spot. Some see a future of 15 billion connected devices.…
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Amazonians call on CEO Jeff Bezos to take a moral stand against the sale of its technology to law enforcement.
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The Q7FN doesn't offer quite the brightness or HDR impact that Samsung's higher-end QLEDs deliver, but its picture is still marvelous and the 'disappearing' design is arguably the best in the business.
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Oh Internet, we know you’ve been throwing shade at Intel’s 8th-gen 6-core Core CPUs since they were announced. In fact, we bet you’re snidely commenting in YouTube or Reddit right now that the CPU is just another re-badge of the “same old thing.”Well guess what?...
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Double up or quit, double stake or split – the storage roundup If we've played our cards right, you'll be up to date on the storage goings-on of the week. Otherwise you'll be lost in the shuffle. Here's a hand full of aces, kings and queens – and don't forget the...
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Chipzilla offloads devs, support teams and contracts HPC storage supplier DDN has bought Intel's Lustre file system business, including its dev teams and support contracts.…
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WTF were they thinking? Review 'There will be no HTC U12,' the man from HTC told journalists in briefings ahead of the launch of this year's flagship. 'And no U12++.' Company executives stressed that, for 2018, there would be just one flagship, and the HTC U12+ was it.…
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As if seeing a popular movie with MoviePass -- where you can't reserve tickets in advance -- wasn't stressful enough, it's about to get more expensive, too. From a report: The movie-ticket subscription service, which charges $9.95 per month to see a movie a day in the US,...
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… and we still aren’t accepting EU users A month after the enforcement date of the General Data Protection Regulation – a law that businesses had two years to prepare for – many websites are still locking out users in the European Union as a method of compliance.…
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Brief didn't call for two-digit dates. What to blame? Bad brief or lousy testing? Who, me? Welcome again to Monday, and therefore to a new edition of “Who, me?”, The Register’s confessional column in which readers own their errors.…
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Dev kit leak seemingly backed by techies' job descriptions Qualcomm is seemingly working on another high-end 64-bit Arm-compatible system-on-chip for Windows 10 PCs – the Snapdragon 1000.…
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Glen MacArthur has announced the release of AV Linux 2018.6.25, an updated build of the project's Debian-based distribution featuring a "real-time kernel" (with the PREEMPT_RT patch) and a large collection of audio and video applications. This version brings un updated 4.16...
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Power trace sniffing, a badly-designed API and some cloudy AI spell potential trouble A group of researchers has demonstrated that smartphone batteries can offer a side-channel attack vector by revealing what users do with their devices through analysis of power...
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