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Monthly Archives: April 2019

  • Scale-out NAS: File storage with cloud and flash from big five

    Enterprises constantly struggle to stay ahead of a growing need for data storage, especially of unstructured data. Scale-out NAS systems are an increasingly important tool in this battle. By using a scale-out architecture, organisations can add capacity to their NAS systems without the bottlenecks or siloes that arise by adding...
  • Microsoft hits $1 trillion market valuation

    Microsoft has seen its stock market value top $1 trillion (£774bn) after reporting better-than-expected sales and profits. The US tech giant passed the mark briefly on Thursday, before its share price fell back. It makes the company one of only three firms to have touched the $1tn mark, the others...
  • Verizon Announces 20 New 5G Ultra-Wideband Cities With Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Pre-Orders

    Coinciding with Verizon's exclusive preorder availability of Samsung's Galaxy S10 5G handset, the nation's largest wireless carrier on Thursday announced the expansion of its 5G Ultra Wideband network into 20 additional US cities. That's good news for people who happen to live in places like Atlanta, Boston, and Charlotte. The...
  • AMD Ryzen 7 2700X Anniversary Edition Pictured With Laser-Etched Celebrity Autograph Signature

    More information about AMD's upcoming Ryzen 7 2700X 50th Anniversary Edition processor is finding its way online ahead of its anticipated release next week. If the latest leaked images are any indication, part of what will make the Anniversary Edition SKU unique from the regular Ryzen 7 2700X is AMD...
  • No final decision taken on Huawei 5G ban, government claims

    Culture secretary Jeremy Wright has denied that the government has taken a final discussion on whether or not to enact an outright ban on the use of Huawei equipment in the UK’s 5G networks, and has promised that the government will investigate the source of the 24 April 2019 leak...
  • Samsung’s Exynos-Powered Galaxy View 2 Is A 17-inch Monster Android Tablet

    Most of the news in the Samsung world the last few days has been surrounding the very high profile failures of the Galaxy Fold smartphone in the hands of reviewers. Samsung has postponed the launch of the device as it investigates. While the Galaxy Fold debacle is going on, Samsung...
  • Huawei 5G row: Government 'cannot exclude' criminal investigation

    Media playback is unsupported on your device The government "cannot exclude" a criminal investigation into leaks from a meeting about using Huawei technology for the UK's 5G network. Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright condemned the leaks from a National Security Council meeting, after ministers called for a "full and proper" investigation...
  • Samsung takes aim at Intel with $116bn chip investment

    Samsung has revealed it will invest $116bn in the development of semiconductor chips over the next decade in a drive to challenge Intel and Qualcomm, with investments split between domestic R&D and production infrastructure. As part of its increased investment, the company said it will boost its R&D staff, generating...
  • This $50 SanDisk 480GB SSD Is A Hot Deal You Can't Refuse

    Earlier this month Amazon-owned Woot ran a deal on an SSD with the Kodak brand that netted those who ordered 480GB of SSD storage space for a scant $40. If you missed out on that deal and have been kicking yourself for not upgrding to SSD goodness, you have another...
  • AT&T Plots New Ways To Gouge Customers With 5G Phone Plan Upcharges

    We are just at the early stages over the shift from 4G LTE wireless coverage to 5G. So far in the United States, only AT&T and Verizon have lit up their 5G mobile wireless networks, but coverage is limited to just a handful of cities and 4G LTE-trampling speeds are spotty at best. However...

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