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Indiegogo-funded IoT start-up bricks customer’s tool over disastrous examination and ‘rudeness’

The builder of a ‘connected’ garage doorway device, called Garadget, that enables users to open and tighten it from their smartphone, deliberately cut-off a patron following a disastrous examination and referring to a device as a “piece of shit” in a posting on a company’s online forum. Garadget was crowd-funded to a balance of $62,865 around Indiegogo in Feb final ... Read More »

The UK IT Industry Awards 2015

DevOps Excellence Awards There are many opposite ways to pierce towards a DevOps culture, and these awards are designed to recognize and applaud a best of each organisation, team, individual, product and tool. Date: 22 Mar 2017 London Read More »

Dell-EMC – how many other similar

DevOps Excellence Awards There are many opposite ways to pierce towards a DevOps culture, and these awards are designed to recognize and applaud a best of each organisation, team, individual, product and tool. Date: 22 Mar 2017 London Read More »

A entertain of UK SMBs miss certainty in their network’s ability to support destiny workloads, finds report

DevOps Excellence Awards There are many opposite ways to pierce towards a DevOps culture, and these awards are designed to recognize and applaud a best of each organisation, team, individual, product and tool. Date: 22 Mar 2017 London Read More »

Facebook buys hardware engineer Nascent Objects

DevOps Excellence Awards There are many opposite ways to pierce towards a DevOps culture, and these awards are designed to recognize and applaud a best of each organisation, team, individual, product and tool. Date: 22 Mar 2017 London Read More »

How TGAC is giving plant expansion a assisting palm regulating SGI supercomputers

Norwich-based investigate hospital The Genome Assembly Centre (TGAC) has upgraded a SGI supercomputers from a UV 100 model, that it has been regulating for a past 5 years, to dual new UV 300 machines, any featuring 12TB of DDR4 RAM and Intel E7 Haswell processors. Also enclosed in a package is Intel’s latest 32TB P3700 plain state drives (SSDs). The ... Read More »

Folie à deux: Hands-on with Microsoft HoloLens in a shared user environment

HoloLens is still, for my money, one of the more interesting headset devices available at the moment. While the likes of Oculus Rift and even Samsung’s Gear VR are exploring the possibilities of full immersive (read: “VR”) experiences, Microsoft is pioneering what I’d argue is the more immediately useful proposition of AR (augmented reality), or “mixed reality” as people are ... Read More »

Office 365 suffers European outage due to ‘high apparatus utilisation’

UPDATE: Microsoft has released Computing with a following statement, attributed to “a Microsoft spokesperson”: “A singular series of business in Europe might have few entrance to email on mobile devices, or few delays accessing a portal, and we’re operative to solve both as fast as possible,” pronounced the spokesperson, curiously focusing usually on mobile when, to Computing‘s knowledge, a series of ... Read More »

UK supervision ‘has never clinging anything like sufficient money’ to IT says Sir Clive Sinclair

Sir Clive Sinclair has lashed out during what he sees as a UK government’s miss of investment in IT, blaming deficient spend and concentration for a country’s tellurian position as a record leader. Speaking exclusively to Computing, Sir Clive lamented under-representation of IT in supervision going as distant behind as a commencement of a home computing attention in a early ... Read More »

Is Xbox One finally removing Office 365?

Microsoft is finally commencement to make a right noises about including a neglected Xbox One in a major “vision” for Windows 10, if a certain product manager is to be believed. As we already know, Microsoft will indeed be using a singular handling complement on all a Windows inclination – including phones, and Xbox One. A outrageous Nov update, that ... Read More »