Intel® Optane™ Technology

Intel® Optane™ Technology

Intel® Optane™ technology is a new breakthrough in non-volatile memory technology enabling memory-like performance at storage-like capacity and cost. Intel® Optane™ technology provides an unparalleled combination of high throughput, low latency, high quality of service, and high endurance.1 Check out the video to see how new computer architectures are unleashing unprecedented possibilities from data center to desktop. Source: Intel® Optane™ Technology

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Windows 10’s next version ‘Redstone 4’ might be called ‘Spring Creators Update’

Windows 10’s next version ‘Redstone 4’ might be called ‘Spring Creators Update’

The next version of Windows 10, codenamed Redstone 4, is likely to be called “Spring Creators Update”, which was accidentally leaked by Microsoft as part of the latest Insider Bug Bash announcement post and later tweeted by IT Pro Today’s Rich Hay Source: https://www.techworm.net/2018/02/windows-10s-next-version-redstone-4-might-called-spring-creators-update.html

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For Exede customers, new Viasat brand signals only minor changes

For Exede customers, new Viasat brand signals only minor changes

With the exception of some new looks on websites and other material, the change in names from Exede to Viasat should have only a small impact on Exede Internet customers. Source: For Exede customers, new Viasat brand signals only minor changes

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Intel Responds to Security Research Findings

Intel Responds to Security Research Findings

Intel Corporation and other technology companies have been made aware of new security research describing software analysis methods that, when used for malicious purposes, have the potential to improperly gather sensitive data from computing devices that are operating as designed. Intel believes these exploits do not have the potential to corrupt, modify or delete data. Source: Intel Responds to Security Research Findings

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The Computer Programme BBC 1982

The Computer Programme BBC 1982

1982: Chris Serle was the Luke Skywalker to Ian McNaught-Davis’ Obi-Wan Kenobi, in the first ever episode of The Computer Programme.

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