Category: Computing

Computing, Internet, Online entertainment, Operating Systems

Google is working on software that could eventually replace Android

July 20, 2018

Via: Mashable

Google’s already working an operating system that may replace Android in the next five years. The tech giant has reportedly been tinkering on the OS, codenamed “Fuchsia,” for over two years and now has more than 100 engineers working on […]

Computing, Hardware

AMD Zen 2 rumors point to 16-core Ryzen 3rd Generation processors

July 20, 2018

Via: Techradar

If you think the CPU war is crazy now with 32-core Ryzen Threadripper 2nd Generation processors at the high end, AMD next generation Zen 2 architecture could double core counts for the mainstream yet again, if the latest rumors hold […]

Computing, Operating Systems

Microsoft Previews Windows 10 IoT Core Services

July 19, 2018

Via: InfoQ

Microsoft is previewing a new paid service for its Windows 10 IoT Core OS that enables managed device updates and device health assessment. Additionally, the new service will guarantee a 10 year support lifespan for each version of the OS […]

External hard drive, Hardware

Storbyte: Active On-Line HDD Storage System With 4U 96-Drives SBJ Series

July 18, 2018

Via: StorageNewsletter

Storbyte introduced its SBJ series of hardware-defined storage solutions that offer a 100% zero power, near-line/archive, tape on a shelf alternative, offering organizations a purpose-built solution delivering a verifiable data validation and protection plan capability that tape cannot provide. The […]

Hardware, Solid State Drive

Seagate BarraCuda SSD Review

July 17, 2018

Via: StorageReview

Last week Seagate Technologies announced their latest SSD, simple named BarraCuda SSD. The naming follows in line with the rest of the company’s Guardian Series of drives and naming scheme. The BarraCuda SSD will serve as a drop in HDD […]

Computing, Data Management, Data Science

Data lakes: Just a swamp without data governance and catalog

July 17, 2018

Via: Info World

The big data landscape has exploded in an incredibly short amount of time. It was just in 2013 that the term “big data” was added to the pages of the Oxford English Dictionary. Fewer than five years later, 2.5 quintillion […]

External hard drive, Hardware

AFA IBM FlashSystem 9100 With PCIe NVMe SSDs and Software

July 16, 2018

Via: StorageNewsletter

IBM believes that today there is only one kind of successful enterprise – the data-driven multi-cloud organization.[1] We can see the needs of data-driven businesses reflected in some of the most powerful trends currently driving enterprise storage: NVMe, AI, multi-cloud, […]

Computing, Operating Systems, Software & Applications

Google’s DeepMind AI is now training machines using IQ tests to improve abstract thought 

July 16, 2018

Via: DailyMail

AI has moved a step closer to achieving human-like thought, after a new project developed machines capable of abstract thought to pass parts of an IQ test. Experts from DeepMind, which is owned by Google parent company Alphabet, put machine […]

Computing, Data Management, Internet, Wireless & Cloud

How to get real value from big data in the cloud

July 13, 2018

Via: Info World

According to a recent report from IDC, “worldwide revenues for big data and business analytics will grow from nearly $122 billion in 2015 to more than $187 billion in 2019, an increase of more than 50 percent over the five-year […]

Computing, Software & Applications

Microsoft counters Slack with a free version of Teams

July 13, 2018

Via: TechSpot

Microsoft introduced Teams in late 2016 as an alternative to Slack, the popular team collaboration tool. Since that time, Teams has been adopted by more than 200,000 businesses around the globe but hasn’t appealed to small outfits and freelancers due […]