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The National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park has unveiled its ongoing construction of a replica of Cambridge University's EDSAC computer (1949-58), which helped pioneer novel concepts such as "programming" and "users".
Following the hire, rumors abound of a potential Cambridge, UK office for the iPad and iPhone maker.
The Cambridge University Computer Lab has celebrated its first 75 years with a coffee-table book that covers the history of computing from its pioneering EDSAC to the Raspberry Pi
Backupify ensures that organizations can access and control their most critical cloud resident data, and prevents loss from external threats, user error, and service failure. I spoke to Rob May from Backupify's Cambridge, Massachusetts offices.
A look inside the British chip designer, from its origins in a Cambridge barn to its current champagne-marked successes and a future where M2M is key.
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Cambridge security researchers have discovered serious problems with how ATMs authenticate transactions, though an industry group has shrugged off the method as too complex for scammers to use.
The University of Cambridge, UK, has launched an investigation after a pro-Assange hacking group claimed to have compromised its systems.
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During its earnings presentation Cambridge chip designer ARM expressed confidence in future servers based on its technology, alluding to new designs that will be integrated
Take a tour of the technologies, from the Cambridge Z88 to the Windows 8 laptop, that have helped one journalist get her work-life blend just right
The University of Cambridge and Imperial College London have taken the wraps off their CORE Cloud HPC and e-infrastructure service, which is available for use by businesses and academia
Businesses need to be able to report cyber- and electronic crime to a number of organisations, and not only to the police, according to Cambridge University computer security expert Richard Clayton.Companies can currently report serious cybercrime to different police forces and units in the UK, including units in the Metropolitan and City of London police.
US chip manufacturer Microsemi has denied allegations by a University of Cambridge researcher that it placed a backdoor in chips sold for military applications.
Cambridge Silicon Radio is pushing hard to make indoor navigation and mapping features an everyday part of using a smartphone
Next year should see the public launch of a brand new wireless network technology now being trialled in Cambridge, aiming to give connectivity to thousands of devices at low cost and low power
A Cambridge-based joint venture with mobile security experts Gemalto and Giesecke & Devrient provides ARM's answer to Intel's McAfee acquisition, which was largely aimed at the same market
The technique, which strips ink from paper so it can be re-used, could be an environmental boon as it would reduce the need for paper recycling, the University of Cambridge researchers say
The Cambridge-based chip designer has reported rises in fourth-quarter profits, underpinned by success in smartphones and embedded systems and as it moves into Windows 8-based devices and servers
A collaborative project between Singapore and UK researchers has revealed another useful property of graphene; it can offer protection from laser pulses.Scientists at the National University of Singapore, DSO Laboratories and the University of Cambridge were investigating ways of blocking graphene’s natural tendency to stack and form the more familiar graphite – that’s pencil lead to you and me.
Dr Hermann Hauser, co-founder of Acorn Computers, has become a patron of the Centre for Computing History, which hopes to open a computer museum in Cambridge in the spring. The CCH was started in Haverhill in 2006, and "is currently working towards accredited museum status".
Cambridge University Press is experimenting with a new model for publication and journal access. Will this prove beneficial for 'emerging market' researchers?
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