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Monthly Archives: June 2017

  • NHS cyber-attack was 'launched from North Korea'

    British security officials believe that hackers in North Korea were behind the cyber-attack that crippled parts of the NHS and other organisations around the world last month, the BBC has learned. Britain's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) led the international investigation. Security sources have told the BBC that the NCSC...
  • Intel Announces New Mesh Interconnect Architecture For Its Upcoming Xeon Scalable Processors

    Intel announced its family of Xeon Scalable Processors in early May, featuring the Skylake-SP microarchitecture. Those processors haven’t officially launched just yet, but today the chip giant is revealing one of the key technologies being leveraged in the Xeon Scalable Processor family. A new mesh interconnect architecture has been designed...
  • Canada's CRTC Spurns Carriers, Only Unlocked Smartphones Can Be Sold As Of December 1

    If you are a Canadian with a cell phone, we have some excellent news for you regrading regulations surrounding device unlocking. In this case, nearly everyone should be happy with the outcome; well with the exception of the executives at Canadian mobile carriers. Canada's CRTC (Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission...
  • NVIDIA, Intel, AMD Snag $258 Million Department of Energy Grant For Exascale Supercomputers

    With the Chinese dominating the charts when it comes to the world’s most powerful supercomputers, the United States is looking to leverage its homegrown talent to usher in next-generation exascale computing. The Department of Energy (DOE) Exascale Computing Project (ECP) is funding six of the country’s top chip firms in...
  • Google Drive Will Soon Backup And Sync Your Entire PC Or Mac

    If you’re looking for a new solution to back up your entire PC or Mac, it looks as though Google is angling to get its foot in the door with a new app. Called Backup and Sync, the app is the latest extension of Google Drive, and will be available...
  • Facebook reveals measures to remove terrorist content

    Facebook has announced details of steps it is taking to remove terrorist-related content. The move comes after growing pressure from governments for technology companies to do more to take down material such as terrorist propaganda. In a series of blog posts by senior figures and an interview with the BBC...
  • Samsung Gets Ready To Blitz SSD Market With 64-Layer V-NAND Memory For Faster And Cheaper Storage

    The memory chip wars are heating up. Just four months ago, Western Digital kicked off pilot production of the industry's first 64-layer 512-gigabyte (Gb) 3D NAND flash memory. While it will take some time to reach mass production status, that's exactly where Samsung is now at with its 64-layer 256Gb...
  • Amazon Considering A $9 Billion Bet To Acquire Slack Messaging Startup

    A popular messaging startup used in business settings is starting to see some interest among major technology players about a possible inquisition. That messaging startup is Slack, and one of the interested parties is Amazon. To make the deal happen, Amazon—or any other technology outfit—would have to come at Slack...
  • Buzzkill Sony Blocks PS4 And Xbox One Cross-Platform Play, Microsoft Lashes Out

    There is always that one dissenter who ruins the fun for everyone else. When it comes to gaming, that dissenter is Sony. In a perfect world, it would not matter which gaming platform you pledge your alliance to, cross-platform play would be possible among them all. That is something Microsoft...
  • NVIDIA Allegedly Readying Headless Pascal Crypto-Mining GPUs For Ethereum, Bitcoin And Others

    The so-called cryptocurrency market is booming, or at least parts of it are. One of the most popular digital currencies is Bitcoin. It recently topped the $3,000 mark for the first time since its debut in 2009, and had you owned just $27 worth at that time, you'd be sitting...

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