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Archive | April 2, 2019

Toshiba rebrands US and EU business

Toshiba has announced that it is rebranding its US and EU mobile and IoT business to Dynabook Americas and Dynabook Europe respectively. The name change ensures that its US and EU offerings will have synergy with their parent company Dynabook Inc. which was formerly Toshiba Client Solutions Co. While the new name will have no  Full Article…

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Google+ set to shut down

Following a serious data breach last year in which the personal information of 500,000 users was exposed, Google will finally shutdown its failed social network today after eight years of struggling to gain market share. Google+ first launched back in 2011 as a way for the search giant to better compete against the likes of  Full Article…

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Thales completes Gemalto takeover

After 15 months, Thales has finally completed its acquisition of Gemalto for €4.8bn creating a new Group poised to be a global leader in digital identity and security. By combining the expertise of the two companies, the larger Thales now has an unrivalled portfolio of digital identity and security solutions based on technologies such as  Full Article…

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AMD’s Radeon VII graphics card can now power Mac computers

AMD may not have the crown when it comes to GPU performance next to Nvidia's GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, but its graphics processors have held the advantage in one regard, thanks to Apple's reluctance to use Nvidia's hardware. Now, the company's latest graphics card, the Radeon VII, has received support in the macOS Mojave 10.14.5  Full Article…

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