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Hanso Tagger

Hanso Tagger is a must audio tool for the keen music listener created as a convenient solution for organizing vast music collections....

December 7, 2014 By HansoTools

Micron develops new parallel processing architecture

Micron has today announced Automata Processor - a fundamentally new computing architecture capable of performing high-speed, comprehensive search and analysis of complex, unstructured data streams.

November 18, 2013

Global Payments can weather breach storm

Global Payments, the processor blamed for a Visa and MasterCard data breach last week, is likely to be able to manage its financial hit related to beefing up security.

April 1, 2012

Jolix Tag Editor

When it comes to having a properly organized music collection a good tool to edit metadata of common audio formats is an absolute necessity. Jolix...

November 9, 2014 By GoodKatShare

MasterCard investigates credit card data breach

MasterCard is looking into a possible break-in at one of its credit card data processors that could have exposed the personal details of tens of thousands of people.On Friday a source close to the investigation told ZDNet UK that the data processor under investigation was Global Payments Inc.

March 30, 2012 by

AMD wraps up £209m purchase of SeaMicro

Chipmaker AMD has completed its $334m (£209m) acquisition of server maker SeaMicro, a longtime partner of rival processor giant Intel.With the completion of the deal on Monday, SeaMicro becomes AMD Data Center Server Solutions.

March 26, 2012 by

MC Audio Tagger

Owing a vast collection of Mp3s is immensely rewarding for any music listener but it can also turn out to be quite a challenge when...

August 25, 2014 By MultiMedia Converters

Nexus One has four available prices with one subsidized plan option

If you are a smartphone enthusiast I am sure you have seen all the coverage of the Google Nexus One from today. I see that attendees at the press conference received a device and am bummed I didn't get an invite or I would have hopped over before CES. If you follow me on Twitter you will know I kept saying this was no big deal and while the hardware is nice there were no game changers. There were no killer surprises, but I have a very tough time resisting any device that supports T-Mobile's 3.5G wireless data network and readers knew I would give in a buy one. I have played with the HD2 and 1GHz Snapdragon so am looking forward to this processor on an Android device with an OLED display and voice text entry field support.

January 5, 2010 by

Intel demos 48-core chip

Pushing several steps farther in the multicore direction, Intel on demonstrated a fully programmable 48-core processor it thinks will pave the way for massive data computers powerful enough to do more of what humans can.

December 2, 2009 by

AMD amps up performance-per-watt with new Opteron chip

Advanced Micro Devices has shipped a new Opteron chip that it is pitching as a processor alternative for servers that will be used in cloud computing infrastructure or "hyperscale" data centers.The Six-Core AMD Opteron EE processor operates at just 40 watts average CPU power (ACP), which compares with the 75 watts required by its predecessor.

September 1, 2009 by

Intel intros new data center management utility software

Intel has released a software development kit called Intel Data Center Manager that you can use to create utilities for controlling rack density, power and cooling infrastructure related to servers running on the new Intel Xeon Processor 5500 series. The kit builds on the Intel Intelligent Power Node Manager.

May 1, 2009 by

Wirelessly networking cows

U.S. researchers have developed a Walkman-like headset for cows. This device enables them to 'whisper wireless commands to cows to control their movements across a landscape -- and even remotely gather them into a corral.' In fact, it could help farmers to maintain cows behind virtual fences. According to the researchers, 'the circuit board contains a processor, data storage, WiFi for remote communication, audio and electrical stimulation electronics, a GPS receiver, and sensors such as magnetometers and accelerometers that record the body orientation and configuration of the animal.' While the first virtual fencing system was patented in 1973 (for domestic dogs!), commercial virtual livestock control systems still do not exist today. But read more...

June 8, 2008 by

AMD's 45nm chips to hit faster speeds?

An update to my post earlier today on Shanghai, AMD's 45nm processor due around the end of this year. The site Fudzilla says internal data shows the quad-core desktop version, code-named Deneb, can reach speeds as high as 3.2GHz.

April 21, 2008 by

Sun revs its data center efficiency message

Sun Microsystems, which was the first major server company to qualify for utility company rebates for the energy efficiency of its technology, has upped the data center server ante with two new models in its CMT SPARC Enterprise server line.The two new systems, the T5140 and the T5240, are the first servers to use the new UltraSPARC T2 Plus processor.

April 12, 2008 by

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