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Monthly Archives: April 2019

  • Intel Unleashes 56-Core Cascade Lake Xeons, Optane DC Memory, Agilex FGPAs To Accelerate AI And Big Data

    Intel is launching its latest salvo of data-centric products today, targeting a wide range of workloads and applications. You may think that means a fresh batch of powerful, Xeons are on the way – and you’d be correct but there's more. Today marks the official arrival of Intel’s Cascade Lake...
  • Nokia X71 Debuts With 6.39-inch Punch Hole Display, 48MP Camera And Budget Pricing

    HMD Global is really trying to show that it can deliver compelling smartphone designs while leveraging what’s left of the storied Nokia brand name. The latest entry into the company’s smartphone onslaught isn’t a flagship per se, but the Nokia X71 has enough eye-catching features to entice potential buyers. First...
  • Bitcoin Leaps 15 Percent To Its Highest Value Since November, But Why?

    The cryptocurrency market has taken a beating over the past year, but if there is a Rocky Balboa among the bunch, it is undoubtedly Bitcoin, the virtual currency that just will not stay down. In fact, Bitcoin saw a sudden increase in value on Tuesday, rising 15 percent to $4,800...
  • Valve Index VR Headset Cleared For June Launch, Preorders Open May 1st

    Valve is launching its own virtual reality headset called Index, presumably to go up against models like the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive (and Vive Pro). When exactly users will be able to order one has not been known, up until now—preorders for the Index will open on May 1...
  • Apple Rumored To Go OLED-Only For Trio Of 2019 iPhones

    Slowly but surely, the mobile industry is moving towards OLED displays to replace traditional LED LCD panels. It is a costly proposition, hence why the transition is not happening overnight, but the payoff is an overall better display with better color accuracy and more vibrant and brighter pixels that pop...
  • AMD Ryzen 3000 Zen 2 CPUs Expected For Computex Keynote Debut With Key Performance Lift

    The age old question when it comes to the do-it-yourself (DIY) PC market is should you build now or wait? In most cases, waiting is a slippery slope into an endless period of PC purgatory, where you find yourself constantly holding out for the next best thing. However, there are...
  • Cranfield gets Rubrik backup plus Nutanix in drive to the cloud

    Cranfield University has replaced its Veeam and Data Domain backup infrastructure for one comprising Rubrik backup appliances and Microsoft Azure cloud storage. In doing so, it has cut its on-site hardware footprint from 24U to 4U, slashed equipment and licensing costs, and reduced data restore times from hours or days...
  • Google Begins Deleting Google+ Accounts Today Ending 8 Years Of Untapped Potential

    The day of reckoning has arrived for the Google+ social network. Like scores of Google apps and services that have come before it, Google+ never quite achieved the critical success and adoption as originally envisioned. In the case of Google+, a 2018 security breach simply escalated the inevitable. As outlined in an announcement...
  • Borderland 3 Release Date May Have Just Been Leaked By Gearbox

    Borderlands fans were excited when the latest game in the franchise, Borderlands 3, was announced just a few days ago. What some fans aren't so excited about is that the game is rumored to be an Epic Games Store exclusive. Several high profile game publishers are trying to escape the...
  • Public cloud fuelled bulk of datacentre infrastructure spend in 2018, research shows

    The worldwide datacentre hardware and software market continued to go from strength to strength in 2018, fuelled by user demand for public cloud environments and higher-specification servers. Global spending in this market segment grew by 17% in 2018 to $150bn, according to Synergy Research Group’s annual datacentre hardware and software...

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