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Cray: Big companies are turning to supercomputers to tackle their big data challenges

Anti-Virus Software Has Had Its Day – How Can You Protect Against Advanced Threats? These days, anti-virus software is not sufficient, with data having long since moved outside the firewall. Join Computing on 22nd March to find out how to provide your organisation with effective endpoint protection that wears its armour lightly. Date: 22 Mar 2016 Your Computer Read More »

Xbox One ‘hardware innovation’ could lead to an upgradable console

THE OTHER shoe has finally dropped concerning Microsoft’s increasingly controversial approach to games releases. Xbox division chief Phil Spencer has announced that Xbox One and PC games will now be tantamount to the same thing, and that upgradable Xbox One hardware to make the idea of ‘generational’ console releases is a thing of the past. As PC Master Race members’ ... Read More »

Qualcomm teams with UnitedHealthcare to push wearable wellness in the workplace

Qualcomm and health insurance giant UnitedHealthcare are rolling out a wearable-based incentive program that offers employees cash rewards for meeting certain healthy lifestyle targets. The program is called UnitedHealthcare Motion and it’s currently available to companies with between 101 and 300 employees in a dozen states. It offers employees and their spouses up to $4 per day if they walk ... Read More »

Sir Clive Sinclair talks ZX Spectrum, electric cars and the UK tech scene

IT Leaders Club The IT Leaders Dining Club is an exclusive, invitation-only organisation comprising the UK’s top CIOs, CTOs and other technologists and business leaders. Date: 02 Mar 2016 London Read More »

Snoopers’ Charter: Government presses ahead with ‘minimally changed’ IP Bill

THE UK GOVERNMENT has published the latest version of the Snoopers’ Charter and faced further criticism for making only cosmetic changes to the draft that one Parliamentary committee suggested needed to be completely rewritten. One of the main measures in the bill, the demand that ISPs retain records of people’s web browsing habits for at least 12 months, remains unchanged. ... Read More »

EU exascale projects unite around ARM-based prototype

THREE EUROPEAN supercomputer projects are to collaborate on the building blocks for an exascale architecture prototype. Exascale computing refers to systems capable of one exaflop, or a billion billion calculations a second. Unlike with other exascale supercomputing initiatives, the three project partners – Exanest, Exanode and Ecoscale – plan to focus their efforts on the ARM64+FPGA architecture as the foundation. ... Read More »

HP Inc revenues down 12 per cent as customers wait for Windows 10 on Skylake

HP Inc, that part of the old HP that sells PCs and printers, is struggling with life on its own. In the first quarter to the end of January, it reported revenues down 12 per cent compared to the same quarter in 2015.  Even allowing for the currency fluctuations, the $12.2bn revenue in the quarter represented a five per cent ... Read More »

Apple tipped to launch 9.7in iPad Pro alongside iPhone 5SE next month

THE IPAD AIR 3 is apparently not a thing, according to the latest speculation which claims that Apple will launch a smaller iPad Pro tablet at its mooted 15 March launch event.  These rumours come via 9to5Mac, which has heard that Apple is planning to launch a 9.7in version of the iPad Pro, not the iPad Air 3 as previously ... Read More »

CloudBerry Lab adds support for AWS Snowball to on-board data

Cloud backup firm CloudBerry Lab has added support for Amazon’s AWS Snowball in its latest update, with the intention of making it easier for customers to on-board the initial backup data when using the Amazon S3 storage service as a backup target. CloudBerry Backup Server Edition version 4.8 is primarily aimed at SMB customers, and the new support allows customers ... Read More »

Android devices are more likely to fail than iPhones

GOOGLE ANDROID phones are significantly more likely to fail than Apple iPhones, according to a report from mobile diagnostics firm Blancco Technology Group. The State of Mobile Device Performance and Health report assessed how often a pool of millions of devices fail, and found that 85 percent of Android phones suffered problems in the last three months of 2015 compared ... Read More »

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