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Wednesday July 18, 2018. 10:50 AM
New options help developers find, protect and jump between team dashboards with greater ease.
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Compuware reveals a product acquisition, several enhancements to its Topaz for Total Test platform and a partnership that it believes will improve the ability of large enterprises to embrace agile development and DevOps on their mainframes.
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The company is using illegal Android licensing requirements to cement its position in internet search, the European Commission says.
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The companies are working on industrial internet of things solutions based on GE's Predix platform and Microsoft's cloud.
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When dumb is usually smart enough Analysis Imagine if Intel had decided in the 1980s that all of its CPUs henceforth would have a vast parallel processing unit worthy of a Cray supercomputer, integrated into every chip. This would quadruple the price of an Intel...
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DeX Pad doesn’t have an obvious role, but finding one will be fun Hands-On I’m typing this story on a phone – a Galaxy S9+ to be precise, lodged in Samsung’s new “DeX Pad” not-a-dock that turns its high-end handsets into passable desktops when connected to a...
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200 million transactions visible to all, inc. the inside dope on a cannabis seller's annual sales PayPal-owned digital wallet Venmo shares way too much data via its public API, according to Berlin-based researcher Hang Do Thi Duc.…
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BrianFagioli shares a report from BetaNews: System76 has long been a Linux computer seller, but recently, it has transitioned into a Linux computer maker. What's the difference, you ask? Well, currently, the company doesn't really make its own computers. System76's laptops,...
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If ye can board Microsoft accounts, Azure AD or even OpenID without the skipper knowing, loot be your reward Microsoft’s launched a new bug bounty program, this time for identity services.…
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Chip ships 6,400 Mbps, cuts power consumption Samsung has shown off the first prototype of a somewhat-bonkers DRAM chip: at 8 Gbits, it's not news in terms of scale, but the LPDDR5 silicon pushes bits out the door at 6,400 megabits per second.…
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Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai of Motherboard has a chilling story on how hackers flip seized Instagram handles and cryptocurrency in a shady, buzzing underground market for stolen accounts and usernames. Their victim's weakness? Phone numbers. He writes: First, criminals...
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Especially sysadmins who want to get off the fix-this-PC-now treadmill Google thinks the time has come for widespread adoption of PCs-as-a-service, so has offered up its own experience as an exemplar how to get it done.…
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Which should help neurologists to map the brain Video AI can help neurologists automatically map the connections between different neurons in brain scans, a tedious task that can take hundreds and thousands of hours.…
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Access points gets WPA3, OFDMA, Bluetooth LE, Zigbee and more Ruckus Networks has focussed on high-density environments with its entry into the 802.11ax Wi-Fi market.…
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Fire HD Tablets, Fire TVs, Kindles, Cloud Cams, Echo speakers, and more are as cheap as they'll get for Prime Day.
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Amazon Prime Day 2018 has ended, but there are still some great deals going. We've collected the best post-Prime Day deals, including some from Bose and Fitbit.
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Gizmodo: Scientists' models show that sound waves seem to travel too quickly through the old, stable cores of continents, called 'cratons,' which extend deep into the mantle at depths around 120 to 150 kilometers (75 to 93 miles)....
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Chairman Rich Templeton will return to CEO role Former Texas Instruments CEO Rich Templeton will return to the role after a six-week break, because his replacement has been dumped for breaching the company's code of conduct.…
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Bandwidth is better, down where it's wetter, take it from me! Google has announced its first private trans-Atlantic cable, with landings at Virginia Beach in the US and on the French Atlantic coast.…
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They’ll run on the Snowball Edge data transfer device, which packs a Xeon D In a major departure from its usual cloud-only stance, Amazon Web Services has announced it’s now possible to run EC2 instances with on-premises hardware – but only its own Snowball Edge...
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