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August 31, 2016
Since the release of its Westmere architecture and first-generation Core™ processors in 2010, the world's largest chipmaker has reliably produced a fresh line of CPUs every year. 2016 is no exception to the rule: yesterday saw the release of the first 7th Generation Intel® Core™ processors, semi-officially dubbed Kaby Lake, in six mobile editions designed for notebooks and 2 in 1s.
 
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August 30, 2016
Did you know that HTTPS is only implemented on 40% of all popular websites? And that other security technologies fare even worse? These are the results you get when running Observatory by Mozilla, a new online tool and service launched by the makers of the Firefox browser.
 
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August 27, 2016
Intel's already huge portfolio of solid state drives for different purposes just got a little bigger: on Thursday, the firm introduced a total of six new product lines – two for data centers, two for IoT applications, and one each for deployment in business and consumer client devices. The main differentiator here is that the new models use 3D NAND cells, as opposed to planar flash in existing products.
 
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August 17, 2016
Microsoft's journey towards modernization largely centers on becoming a more agile, responsive and predictable software vendor and business partner. While this is generally a good idea, some of its efforts have caused concern among users who feel that the reformation process is going too far too fast. Case in point: the company's so-called "silicon support policy."
 
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July 31, 2016
As noted in Part 1 of this article, Tuesday's update (or rather upgrade) of Microsoft's latest desktop OS will add a number of enhancements and modifications that did not make it into the first two versions. Today we'll take a look at what's under the hood.
 
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July 29, 2016
For those adept in the art of sarcasm, Microsoft's introduction of the commercial versions of Windows 10, which is due this upcoming Saturday, may either mark 'the end of the broadest beta test ever' or prove that nowadays it's 'easily possible to sell an unfinished product.' For the average user, the move from free upgrades to those that come with a license fee means that it's time to decide whether they want to stick with a classic desktop OS or accept Microsoft's "Windows as a Service" policy – or perhaps leave the platform altogether. Our two-part preview takes a look at the benefits and potential drawbacks of a switch to Windows 10, Version 1607 – the upgraded OS which is scheduled for release next week.
 
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May 31, 2016
At the Computex fair in Taipei, the world's largest chipmaker has revealed its "most powerful desktop processor yet": the Intel® Core™ i7 Extreme Edition packs six, eight or ten cores into a single CPU that fits into LGA2011v3 mainboards.
 
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May 28, 2016
Following on the heels of last week's reports about LinkedIn passwords weak enough to make you blush, security staff at Redmond have moved quickly to protect their own services – including OneDrive, Azure AD and of course Xbox Live – against a similarly catastrophic failure.
 
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May 07, 2016
Despite much debate, Microsoft's ambitious foray into the SaaS world may eventually pay off: new figures obtained from web analytics firm Net Applications earlier this week suggest it's a downright success – that's good news for Redmond after a couple of rough years.
 
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April 19, 2016
Often mocked for its focus on sleek design, French hardware specialist LaCie (now a Seagate company) has a reputation for building storage devices whose performance matches their looks. The latest addition to the roster comes off promising as well.
 
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February 27, 2016
Computer clusters have been around for nearly five decades, but so far only very few vendors have applied the underlying concept to graphics processing and built so-called render farms. This week, market leader NVIDIA made things a little easier for anyone who uses their GPUs with the introduction of Iray® Server.
 
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January 22, 2016
IT journalists and market observers have hailed 2016 as the year in which companies all over the world will finally kick off the long-awaited "digital transformation" of their successful business models, thanks to a massive boost in cloud computing resources and wide adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) deployments. As a matter of fact, "digital transformation" will be one of the key topics at this year's CeBIT exhibition, which is scheduled for March 14 through 18 in Hanover, Germany. A recently published Fujitsu report offers a more sober perspective.
 
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January 19, 2016
6th Generation Intel® Core™ family processors may cause "unpredictable system behavior" or prompt machines to "hang" when running complex scientific workloads. A fix is already underway.
 
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January 08, 2016
Remember the opening sequence from the "Mission: Impossible" TV series? In it, Special Agent and team leader Jim Phelps used to receive briefings on a miniature tape recorder that inevitably went up in smoke at the end of the scene. Now Kingston Digital, the Flash subsidiary of Kingston Technology, brings back this capability to USB sticks – well, sort of.
 
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January 05, 2016
Historically, the success of storage products was either based on high capacities or on huge transfer rates and low latencies. Over the past couple of years, however, vendors tried to come up with products that deliver on both counts. Samsung's new Portable SSD T3, which will be introduced at this year's CES in Las Vegas (January 6–9), now pushes the capacity limits.
 
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November 18, 2015
Most people think that after reaching the smartphone stage, PC architectures couldn't get any smaller. They were dead wrong: the freshly introduced Chromebit device, available from Asus and Google, adds a whole new flavor to miniaturization.
 
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November 16, 2015
NVIDIA's new end-to-end hyperscale 24/7 data center framework Tesla Accelerated Computing Platform is designed to boost machine learning workloads of web data centers, and to create what the firm calls "unprecedented" artificial intelligence (AI) applications. The new platform consists of two GPUs – the Tesla M4 and M40 – and NIVIDIA's Hyperscale Software Suite.
 
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November 16, 2015
Fujitsu is introducing new models – named CELSIUS W and CELSIUS J – to its workstation lineup in order to meet customer demands for smaller, yet more powerful workstations and a minimum lifecycle of 36 months, while at the same time achieving maximum performance scores and low noise emissions. In addition, we're also expanding our P Line of premium displays with a 27-inch, 4K device.
 
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October 30, 2015
Microsoft is about to release the first in a long list of so-called functional upgrades to its latest desktop OS. According to WinBeta.org, the package will be delivered on Monday, November 2, 2015 – initially to users of the home or consumer versions.
 
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September 03, 2015
Following unofficial revelations in various media outlets, the world's largest chipmaker decided to benefit from the buzz and introduced the 6th generation of Core™ processors previously known as "Skylake." The company's marketing department now has coined what it believes to be a better, more colorful term – and simply calls it "Intel's best processor ever."
 
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