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Archive | January 11, 2019

PC sales struggle again

New data from IDC and Gartner has revealed that the US trade war with China and processor shortages have had a significant impact of PC sales at a time when the PC market appeared to be recovering. According to IDC, shipments of traditional PCs came in at 68.1m units during the fourth quarter which is  Full Article…

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Hybrid processors at CES 2019 are the future of computing

While Intel and AMD were outdoing each other at CES 2019 by announcing their respective 10nm and 7nm processors, both companies also introduced hybrid processors that may have an even greater effect of change the future of computing forever. On one side, there’s Intel’s LakeField processors, whose architecture is closer to that of ARM CPU  Full Article…

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US government shutdown leaves websites down

A number of government websites are now inaccessible after 80 TLS certificates used by the US government have expired and with no staff on hand to renew them as a result of the government shutdown. According to Netfcraft, NASA, the US Department of Justice and the Court of Appeals are just some of the US  Full Article…

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Google can limit “right to be forgotten” in EU

A top court adviser for the EU has said that Google can limit the “right to be forgotten” to internet searches made within the European Union. Back in 2016, Google was fined by France's privacy watchdog CNIL for failing to delist sensitive information beyond the borders of the EU. Maciej Szpunar's opinion on the case  Full Article…

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Amazon fires open-source shot with DocumentDB launch

In a move that will surely upset the open-source community, AWS has launched a new database offering compatible with the MongoDB API called DocumentDB. The cloud giant describes its new product as a “fast, scalable, and highly available document database that is designed to be compatible with your existing MongoDB applications and tools.” However, it  Full Article…

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