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Monthly Archives: July 2018

  • Cloud HCI survey: Cloud functionality in hyper-converged infrastructure

    We look at how you can use hyper-converged infrastructure to build private clouds and link up with public cloud services to develop hybrid and multi-cloud working Share this item with your network: Chris Evans Two rising stars of the IT world are set to meet as they ascend. The first...
  • Refreshed MacBook Pro Rocking Coffee Lake CPU Turns Up On Geekbench

    One of the things that was rumored early on to turn up at Apple's WWDC last month were refreshed MacBooks running Intel Coffee Lake processors. Those refreshed Macs didn’t happen leaving many Apple fans disappointed. Now, however, a new MacBook Pro model with an Intel Coffee Lake processor has turned...
  • Sony Raises PlayStation Vue Streaming Prices $5 Monthly For All Users

    The adage "the more things change, the more they stay the same" seems very apt for the cord cutting streaming TV market. Many TV fans left behind cable and satellite services because the prices were always increasing and the service never got better. The rub is that now that cord...
  • Prostitution websites ban debated by MPs

    Calls for "prostitution websites" to be banned in England and Wales will be made at a House of Commons debate. A cross-party group of MPs says the owners of such sites "directly and knowingly" profit from sex-trafficking and wants the Home Office to intervene. The group adds that a small...
  • Here's How To Keep 3rd Party Apps From Snooping Your Gmail Data

    A new report concerning Gmail has millions of users freaked out about who (or what) is reading their emails. According to a new report posted by the Wall Street Journal this week, Google has granted permission to third-party app developers to read your emails and sometimes a lot more. This might be...
  • Fortnite Cheaters Are Getting Pwned By Malware-Infested V-Bucks App

    Fortnite is currently the hottest game in the world and appeals to a wide spectrum of gamers both young and old. However, its immense popularity also means that it is often the target of malware authors and scammers. That became readily apparent over the past few weeks by Rainway CEO Andrew Sampson...
  • Microsoft Unveils Xbox One X PUBG And Xbox One S Minecraft Special Editions

    Microsoft has announced the launch of a pair of special edition console bundles to celebrate two very popular video games. The first is the Xbox One X PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Bundle. Microsoft says that the console celebrates the over 8 million players for PUBG since the game debuted as an exclusive...
  • Best Buy Says Goodbye To You, CD Music

    Video may have killed the radio star, as The Buggles so famously put it nearly four decades ago, but what the band couldn't have predicted at the time is that digital streaming would murder physical media. Best Buy is now an accomplice—the retail electronics chain recently told music suppliers that...
  • Containers and storage: Array suppliers’ container capabilities

    We look at what the big five storage array makers – Dell EMC, Hitachi, HPE, IBM and NetApp – are doing to provide persistent storage for container-based deployments Share this item with your network: Antony Adshead Storage Editor Containers are taking the datacentre by storm, with billions spun up every...
  • Is This Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S4 Launching At IFA 2018?

    We have been waiting for Samsung to formally introduce its Galaxy Tab S4 for several months now. There were rumors that it would see an unveiling at Mobile World Congress (MWC) earlier this year, but that event came and went without any mention of Samsung's next generation tablet. Now the...

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