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Many Linux users and enthusiasts are said to have a religious devotion to their operating system of choice. But does Linux itself have almost a Zen-like quality?
The South Korean company, Samsung Electronics said on Thursday it had begun shipping what it claimed were the first high-density, 2Gb DDR3 memory modules using 50nm technology.Designed for use in servers, the range available, include a 16GB inline memory module and an 8GB registered dual inline memory module (RDIMM).
Two Gateway Review reports warn of several risks of the identity-card scheme, including inadequate support from relevant organisations, erosion of public support and cost
Five robot fish will swim the Spanish seas as part of an EC-funded project to pinpoint sources of pollution, such as leaks from ships or underwater pipelines
The latest test builds of Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile include the Project Spartan browser. Here's a rundown of what the new browser may hold in store for you.
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Organisations are not doing enough to ensure business continuity in the event of a disaster or IT failure, a new report has warned
Supercomputers may be far more powerful than ordinary machines, but that does not make their predictions infallible, says Andrew Jones
These are the kind of stats that should make the Mozilla folks very happy. According to W3Schools data, Firefox climbed to 46.
You learn the most interesting things when you poke around in some of the arcane files that are included with Windows beta releases. In the recent Windows 7 build 7057, I’ve found confirmation that Microsoft plans to release its next version of Office in 32-bit and 64-bit flavors.
24 months later...
Google's Chrome browser is the last web browser standing after day 1 of Pwn2Own. Does this make you reassess your daily browser?
I blogged earlier this week about China's plug-in car, already in mass production at a sales price of about $20K each. The Chinese electric carmaker, BYD, hopes to sell about 350,000 this year.
There are legitimate uses for a technology called Deep Packet Inspection. But it's the "improper" use of the technology that prompted Washington-based Free Press to release a report this week entitled: "Deep Packet Inspection: The End of the Internet As We Know It.
Now for something completely different...I have been wanting to look into something other than the mostly Debian-derived Linux distributions I've tried recently.
The company is investing in two 10,000-square-foot server farms in an effort to establish a cloud base
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