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Monthly Archives: June 2017

  • Gigabyte MZ31 AMD EPYC 7000 Motherboard Rocks 16 DIMM Slots, Tons Of Expansion And Dual 10Gb/s LAN

    We have already seen some impressive things from AMD's long awaited Zen microarchitecture in the form of Ryzen, and in the not-too-distant future Threadripper will carry the torch on the desktop. However, things are just getting started. Zen will really spread its wings in the server and data center market...
  • HTC Appears To Be Building Google’s Pixel 2 Phones Powered By Snapdragon 835

    While nothing is yet official, there is some evidence to suggest that HTC will be building Google's forthcoming Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2 handsets, which are due out later this year. That would not be shocking—HTC built Google's original Pixel and Pixel XL phones last year and the two...
  • Nintendo Defends Switch Shortages As Not Intentional And Apologizes To Gamers

    Are you still having trouble finding a Nintendo Switch console in stock? Well, if it is any consolation, Nintendo is awfully sorry about the inconvenience, or so the console maker says. And in a recent interview with Arstechnica, Nintendo Senior Director of Corporate Communications Charlie Scibetta pushed back against the...
  • Tesla Wants To Cruise Down Electric Avenue With Its Own Streaming Music Service

    Elon Musk is quite the ambitious fellow. In addition to spearheading things like recreational space travel and, here on Earth, self-driving vehicle technology, it is being reported that Musk is exploring the streaming music business through Tesla, the electric vehicle company he co-founded and is still very much a part...
  • Snapchat map update raises child safety worries

    An update to Snapchat that shows publicly posted images on a searchable map has raised safety concerns among parents. Snap Map lets people search for places such as schools and see videos and pictures posted by children inside. It also lets people locate their "friends" on a map that is...
  • Comcast Accused Of Severing Small Competitor’s Cable Lines To Bury Its Business

    Google’s motto previously was “Don’t be evil”, but it seems as though Comcast might need to take up that slogan. Telecom Cable, a small ISP in Texas, is claiming that Comcast resorted to outright sabotage to cripple its business in 2015. According to a lawsuit [PDF] filed in Harris County...
  • Datacentre decisions: Converged vs hyper-converged infrastructure

    In recent years, we’ve seen deployment models move on significantly from the siloed IT operations of the early 2000s, when separate server, storage and networking teams were the norm. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and special...
  • Facebook launches initiative to fight online hate speech

    Facebook is launching a UK initiative to train and fund local organisations to combat extremism and hate speech. It comes a week after the social network announced steps of its own to remove terrorist-related content from its site. The UK Online Civil Courage Initiative's initial partners include Imams Online and...
  • NSA DoublePulsar Trojan Turns Infected PCs Into Monero Cryptocurrency Mining Zombies

    Cryptocurrency like Bitcoin and Ethereum are big business these days. While Bitcoin has received the lion’s share of the attention since its introduction in 2009, Ethereum is poised to overtake it in market cap in the near term. With all of this attention be shifting to cryptocurrency mining — and...
  • Cloud firm gets Infinidat hybrid flash to save £250,000 on storage

    Scotland-based cloud and managed services provider Brightsolid has dumped EMC and NetApp arrays for more than 1PB of Infinidat triple controller dense storage, and said doing so has helped its customer Aberdeen council save £250,000 on storage costs. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may...

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