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Monthly Archives: April 2018

  • Cloud, containers and hybrid IT flagged as top technology investments by UK IT professionals

    Cloud and hybrid IT investments remain a top priority for UK IT professionals, which in turn is fuelling enterprise interest in container technologies, suggests research by IT management software supplier SolarWinds. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products...
  • Qualcomm Launches Intelligence Vision Chips For Powering Security Cameras, Robots, Smart Displays

    Qualcomm has done well for itself in the smartphone space, as more often not, you will find that a noteworthy Android phone is running on the company's hardware, and specifically one of its Snapdragon chipsets. That is not Qualcomm's only focus, however. In a press release today, Qualcomm announced its...
  • Best VR headsets 2018: Mobile or PC, these are virtually perfect

    Virtual reality technology may not have been the instantly world-changing, paradigm-shifting technology that many predicted it would be, but that doesn't mean that it doesn't have huge potential to offer businesses. Whether it's architectural models, 360-degree video content or promotional experiences, VR technology can add value to a wide range...
  • Sapphire Reportedly Developing Radeon RX Vega Nano Graphics Card

    In another four months, it will be a full year since AMD launched its first Radeon RX Vega graphics cards to consumers. Thanks to a combination of cryptocurrency miners ravaging the GPU market and a memory chip shortage, graphics cards have been tough to come by. Hopefully that will change...
  • Facebook's Zuckerberg faces second day of questions

    Facebook's chief is answering US politicians' questions about the Cambridge Analytica data privacy scandal for a second day in Washington. Mark Zuckerberg began by apologising again for having failed to take a "broad enough view of our responsibility", and by promising to make sure Facebook's "tools are used for good...
  • Intel Ice Lake Xeon 10nm Processor Leak Confirms 8-Channel Memory And LGA4189 Socket

    Intel's next Xeon server platform is called Cascade Lake, and it looms just around the corner. After that, however, Intel will launch its 10nm Ice Lake chips. Details on Ice Lake have been pretty sparse up to this point, though some key details about the platform has been revealed by...
  • Alleged Google Chromecast 4K Android TV Dongle Visits The FCC

    The FCC is often a good place to get a glimpse of a new gadget before it gets official. This is exactly what has happened with an alleged new Google-branded device that looks like a beefed-up Chromecast that has landed on the FCC for testing. What we know of the...
  • TED 2018: Tech pioneer wants end to free net services

    An influential tech evangelist has called at the TED 2018 conference for an overhaul of Facebook and Google's business models. Jaron Lanier, who is often referred to as a "father of virtual reality", told the Vancouver event that the two firms should let users pay for their services as an...
  • Zuckerberg: Facebook is in 'arms race' with Russia

    Media playback is unsupported on your device Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has told US Senators his company is in a constant battle with Russian operators seeking to exploit the social network. "This is an arms race. They're going to keep getting better," he said. Mr Zuckerberg was answering questions in...
  • T-Mobile, Sprint Merger Talks Reportedly Rekindled To Battle Verizon-AT&T Duopoly

    Will they, or won't they? T-Mobile and Sprint have tried on two previous occasions to tie the knot in an effort to create a powerhouse wireless carrier to better compete with Verizon and AT&T. However, those two previous deals both crashed and burned leaving T-Mobile and Sprint to fend for themselves. Now...

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