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  • Google's DeepMind goes undercover to battle gamers

    Gamers in Europe are being invited to take on a bot developed by some of the world's leading artificial intelligence researchers. But there's a twist: players will not be told when they have been pitted against it. The tests are being carried out by DeepMind, the London-based AI company that...
  • Original Nintendo Switch Is Getting A New SoC And Storage According To FCC Filings

    Nintendo recently unveiled the long-rumored Nintendo Switch Lite game console. Rumors have also swirled that Nintendo was working on an updated original Switch game console and new FCC filings have surfaced that seem to confirm that update. The FCC filing shows that the Switch is getting a new SoC and a...
  • University of Bristol upgrades to Nimble as it takes IT off-site

    The University of Bristol has completely migrated to HPE Nimble hybrid flash storage from legacy EMC hardware as it migrates its two on-campus datacentres off-site to two colocation sites. The move to Nimble has allowed it to save an entire full-time equivalent (FTE) resource in the IT department that was...
  • Galaxy Tab S6 Leaks In Photos As Samsung's Latest Assault On The Apple iPad

    When it comes to the tablet market, Apple gets the bulk of the attention (and market share) with its iPad family. While numerous Android OEMs have simply given up on the form-factor in favor of large-screen smartphones, Samsung remains a staunch support of dedicated tablets. After launching the Galaxy Tab S5e earlier...
  • Intel Unveils New Chip Packaging Tech To Fuel Its Next-Gen Processor Designs

    We are in the era of chiplet designs, and given the growing complexity of today's silicon solutions, that is unlikely to change anytime soon. Along those lines, one thing Intel says often gets overlooked is the chip packaging on modern designs. As such, Intel is showcasing a new three-dimensional chip...
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Poses In New Renders, Rumors Point To 1TB Max Storage

    The cat is pretty much out of the bag when it comes to Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 10 flagship Android smartphone. We’ve seen renders of the smartphone from all angles, which seemingly confirm that the device has axed its 3.5mm headphone jack in favor of USB-C. Today, we’re being graced with what...
  • Amazon Alexa-NHS partnership splits expert opinion

    Worried about a lump? Got a nasty cough that won't budge? Many people Google queries about such symptoms daily - but now they can get NHS advice instantly by asking Amazon's Alexa. The voice-activated assistant is now automatically searching NHS web pages to find answers to medical questions. And the...
  • Your Smart Workplace Assistant

    Printers are no longer dumb machines that sit in a corner. While your current printer may just be there to support your workflow, your next one should transform it. This isn’t hyperbole: here, we investigate practical examples of how businesses are using Xerox VersaLink printers and multifunction devices to solve...
  • Tax changes lead to review of Sweden’s datacentre development

    Significant changes to Sweden’s energy tax laws have forced the country’s centre-left government to re-examine the state-delivered incentives it offers to home-grown and foreign datacentre operators and investors. The government is also under pressure to find viable ways to expand the country’s shrinking power production base. The changes to the...
  • Hackers 'could target anaesthetic devices'

    Anaesthetic machines that have been used by NHS hospitals could be hacked and controlled from afar, a cyber-security company says. A successful attacker would be able to change the levels of anaesthetic and oxygen, among other gases, delivered to a patient, CyberMDX said. Alarms designed to alert anaesthetists to any...

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