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Monthly Archives: January 2018

  • Cloudian upgrade brings hybrid cloud file and object storage

    Cloudian has announced an upgrade to its Hyperstore product which brings true hybrid cloud operations across the company’s storage environment. Hyperstore version 7 allows the object storage platform to operate in Microsoft, Amazon and Google cloud environments with full data portability between them. By submitting your personal information, you agree...
  • Laser And Particle Volumetric Projection System Produces Star Wars-Like Floating 3D Images

    One of the most memorable scenes in all of science fiction films is the scene in the original Star Wars movie where Luke first sees the holographic projection of Princess Leia while trying to clean R2-D2. Many fans of that film have been waiting for decades for a similar projection...
  • Facebook's News Source Trustworthiness Survey Consists Of Just Two Questions

    Over the weekend we talked about the Facebook plan to survey its users to find out what news outlets are the most reliable, so that it can show users more news from those "trustworthy" sources. Anyone with visions of an in-depth survey that really got to the core of trust...
  • Samsung T5 review

    We've been hugely impressed with Samsung's internal SSDs, as they've pushed the boundaries of what's possible, both in terms of speed and capacity. Now the company is turning its attention to the portable market with the T5 SSD. Traditionally, the downside of having a USB-connected SSD has been that the...
  • Raspberry Pi Zero: Lime and Seeed launch cheap SDR bundle for Raspberry Pi

    Lime Microsystems and Seeed Studio have launched a low-cost software defined radio starter kit for Raspberry Pi, designed to open up the radio app development environment to Raspberry Pi Zero and Pi 3 users. The $249 (£180) bundle includes a LimeSDR Mini with two antennas running on the 433/868/915MHz unlicensed bands. It also comprises a...
  • UK PM seeks 'safe and ethical' artificial intelligence

    The Prime Minister is to say she wants the UK to lead the world in deciding how artificial intelligence can be deployed in a safe and ethical manner. Theresa May will say at the World Economic Forum in Davos that a new advisory body, previously announced in the Autumn Budget...
  • SpaceX Completes Historic Falcon Heavy Static Fire Test, First Flight Set For Early February

    Falcon Heavy has passed another critical milestone on the way to its maiden flight. SpaceX CEO Elon Musk took to Twitter this afternoon that Falcon Heavy the static fire "was good" and that it generated "quite a thunderhead of steam" in the process. Falcon Heavy hold-down firing this morning was...
  • Window 10 Gains New Privacy Features In Latest Windows Insider Build

    Privacy has become a major concern for computer users, so Microsoft has announced that it has new features that are rolling out right now to Windows Insiders and will become part of the next major update for Windows 10. These new features are rolling out ahead of Data Privacy Day...
  • Razer Blade Pro review: Power and performance in one pretty package

    Business laptops never look this good, but the Razer Blade Pro is a unique machine. This machine is dark and svelte, with a 17.3in screen, and it's built to address the dual demands of work and play. Razer has taken some bold decisions with its keyboard and trackpad on this...
  • HotHardware And Lenovo HOT Holiday Giveaway Winner Announcement Coming Live At 4PM EST

    We are going to be live in a few hours shooting the next episode of our 2.5 Geeks podcast. In this episode, we are going to have a special guest -- Bob Grim of Killer Networking will joins us to chat about the new Killer Wireless-AC 1550 module co-developed with...

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