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Monthly Archives: March 2018

  • Surgeon David Nott: Hack led to Syria air strike

    A British surgeon who helped Syrian doctors online has told the Telegraph he fears his computer was hacked, leading to an air strike on a hospital. David Nott, who has performed surgery in various war zones, helped his Syrian colleagues during an operation, via Skype and WhatsApp, on just one...
  • Nodeum adds clouds to boost tape-to-hybrid-cloud platform

    Belgium-based startup Nodeum has added further S3-based cloud options to its disk-plus-LTFS-tape secondary storage environment. In a further push towards hybrid cloud operations, S3 access now extends to Microsoft Azure – it already had AWS – with Google Cloud Platform (GCP) access planned. By submitting your personal information, you agree...
  • Futuremark DirectX Raytracing Tech Demo Showcases Rich Real-Time Reflection Rendering

    Futuremark, the company behind the popular 3DMark and PCMark benchmarks that are widely used by reviewers (us included) and enthusiasts alike, has a released technology demo showcasing real-time raytracing effects. The demo is built around Microsoft's new DirectX Raytracing (DXR) API, which allows any graphics card supporting DirectX 12 to...
  • HPE launches new AI-powered services

    Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has unveiled a number of AI and deep learning services aimed at helping enterprises fix vital infrastructure and best support their business with AI. Digital Prescriptive Maintenance Services and Artificial Intelligence Transformation Workshop, both of which are delivered through its Pointnext professional services division, focus on...
  • Microsoft Launches Windows Server 2019 Preview, Full Release Due In 2H 2018

    Microsoft has announced the launch of the Windows Server 2019 Preview. The preview build is available right now through the Insiders Program, while the full Server 2019 OS will be available in the second half of 2018 according to Erin Chapple, Director of Program Management, Windows Server.  Chapple gives some idea...
  • Google Rumored To Drop $40 Million On VR Company Lytro

    A big deal is going down in the tech world with multiple sources claiming that Google is set to acquire Lytro. Lytro is the company that first started out way back in 2011 a the camera that allowed users to refocus on anything in the image frame. Later Lytro turned...
  • Facebook data row: Cambridge Analytica academic a 'scapegoat'

    An academic who created an app which harvested data from 50 million users says he has been made "a scapegoat" for Facebook and Cambridge Analytica. Dr Aleksandr Kogan completed work for Cambridge Analytica in 2014, but said he had no idea the data would be used for Donald Trump's election...
  • AMD Details Ryzen, EPYC And Chipset Mitigation Plan For Masterkey, Fallout And Ryzenfall Vulnerabilities

    Earlier this month, a little-known Israeli security company named CTS Labs disclosed a number of vulnerabilities that affect AMD's Zen-based processor family. The exploits -- Masterkey, Ryzenfall, Fallout, and Chimera -- involve the Secure Processor found onboard Ryzen and EPYC products and the supporting Ryzen chipset. At the time, AMD...
  • Microsoft Is Slashing Windows 10 'Offline' Time During Spring Creators Update Installs

    When the Windows 10 Spring Creators Update lands later this year, there's one big change in store that should be welcome to impatient computing enthusiasts -- or just anyone that hates system "downtime" when you could be getting work done. Microsoft has caught heavy flak for major Windows Updates that...
  • Data firm boss suspended amid Facebook row

    Cambridge Analytica suspends boss Alexander Nix amid row over use of Facebook data This breaking news story is being updated and more details will be published shortly. Please refresh the page for the fullest version. You can receive Breaking News on a smartphone or tablet via the BBC News App...

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