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Monthly Archives: November 2017

  • HPE Superdome Flex in-memory supports Big Bang research

    The Stephen Hawking’s Centre for Theoretical Cosmology (Cosmos) is set to use HPE’s in-memory technology to help further its research into the early universe and black holes. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and special offers. You...
  • Bitcoin Seeks Mainstream Relevance As Cryptocurrency Tastes $10,000

    Christmas is coming early for long-term investors in Bitcoin. The red-hot cryptocurrency has skyrocketed during 2017, most recently crossing the $9,000 threshold on Sunday. At the time, we opined that Bitcoin could be well on its way toward hitting $10,000 by the end of the year. Well, we barely made...
  • Samsung Graphene Ball Battery Tech Could Charge Your Galaxy Smartphone 5x Faster

    Mobile device makers have been using lithium-ion batteries for close to three decades now, and at some point, something better will come along. Samsung hopes to be the one to introduce it. Researchers at the Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT) have developed a unique battery material that is capable...
  • Mum defends teen in gaming lawsuit

    A mother has written a letter in defence of her 14-year-old son who is facing a lawsuit over video game cheats in the US. Caleb Rogers is one of two people facing legal action from gaming studio Epic Games for using cheat software to play the free game Fortnite. The...
  • Apple iPhone X Face ID And Face Detection Defeated With $200 3D Mask

    iPhone X users must be feeling a little unsure of their Face ID security. Recently we have seen a son unlock his mother's phone using his own face just because they look alike. A security firm from Vietnam called Bkav was able to defeat Face ID security earlier this month...
  • Google Delivers Android 8.1 Dev Preview 2 Unlocking Custom Pixel Visual Core SoC

    A little over a month after publishing the first Android 8.1 Developer Preview, Google is back at it with Developer Preview 2 (DP2). If you want to be at the forefront of Android Oreo releases, you can download the latest system images from the Android Developer site, or you can...
  • NHS trust gets Commvault to cut backup times and get set for GDPR

    Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Trust has deployed Commvault backup software to handle data protection on its consolidated and mostly virtualised environment based on Nutanix hyper-converged infrastructure. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and special offers. You also...
  • Amazon Launches Sumerian Tool For Building Immersive AR, VR And 3D Apps

    Amazon has announced a new service that is meant to enable developers to build VR, AR, and 3D applications for what it calls "popular hardware" platforms. The preview for the new service, called Amazon Sumerian, starts today. Sumerian allows developers to build realistic virtual environments and then populate them with...
  • Google Pixel 2 And Pixel 2 XL Cyber Monday Promo Includes $100 Credit And Free Home Mini

    If you've had your eyes on the hot new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones, now might be the prime opportunity to score one Google's latest flagships. Google's Cyber Monday promotion requires you to purchase a Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL at full price (starting at $649 and...
  • Epic Games Sues 14-Year-Old Fornite Cheater Drawing The Wrath Of His Mom

    Most of us hate cheaters (well, unless you're a cheater), as they can ruin some of our favorite games with their spoils. Game developers often try to mitigate the effectiveness of cheaters by closing loopholes and patching up bugs that can be taken advantage of by unscrupulous players. In the...

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