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Computing, Data Management

Managed vs Unmanaged Hosting

October 6, 2022

Via: Techradar

Web hosting(opens in new tab) services are an essential part of any business’s infrastructure. No matter what industry you’re in, the right web host can help your site stand out from competitors and give customers confidence in the service you […]


Computing, Data Management

Hands-on with MongoDB queryable encryption and Node.js

October 5, 2022

Via: Info World

MongoDB 6 introduced the capability to query encrypted data in the database. Data is encrypted for the entire round trip: at insert, storage, and query. This amounts to a new level of security for data, which remains secure even as […]


Computing, Hardware

Western Digital’s new SanDisk SSD is its fastest and toughest yet

October 5, 2022

Via: Techradar

Western Digital has expanded its range of high-end SanDisk Professional products with the release of the PRO-G40 SSD. The company’s new SSD is compatible with both USB 3.2 Gen 2 and Thunderbolt 3 connections. And with anIP68 certification, it’s Western […]


Computing, Hardware

AMD Ryzen 7000 is barely out but next-gen Zen 5 CPUs already spotted

October 4, 2022

Via: Techradar

AMD’s next-gen Zen 5 processors have already been spotted, or at least we’ve a sighting of the ground being prepared for them, even though new Ryzen 7000 CPUs have only been on sale for a week. VideoCardz(opens in new tab) […]


Computing, Hardware

Nvidia RTX 3060 Begins its Reign as the Most Popular GPU

October 3, 2022

Via: Tom's Hardware

The latest Steam Hardware Survey (SHS) is out, and as usual it provides insight into the dynamics of the PC hardware configurations favored by gamers. What caught our eye this month was the impressive surge in Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 […]


Computing, Operating Systems

Windows 11 22H2 printer bug breaks key features for some users

September 30, 2022

Via: Techradar

Windows 11 22H2 is embroiled in a fresh bug controversy, with the big feature update causing trouble with printers. Microsoft updated its support document(opens in new tab) on known issues with 22H2 to explain more about a fresh bug which […]


Computing, Hardware

Google is shutting down Stadia

September 29, 2022

Via: The Verge

Google is shutting down Stadia, its cloud gaming service. The service will remain live for players until January 18th, 2023. Google will be refunding all Stadia hardware purchased through the Google Store as well as all the games and add-on […]


Computing, Software & Applications

Microsoft Teams is finally adding this vital business tool to help save your business

September 29, 2022

Via: Techradar

Businesses of all sizes will be able to get paid through Microsoft Teams, adding a whole new dimension to the service. The video conferencing platform is integrating payments as it looks to become even more helpful for businesses everywhere by […]


Computing, Software & Applications

The next generation of Microsoft Outlook is here now – but you won’t get to try it

September 29, 2022

Via: Techradar

The newest iteration of Microsoft Outlook is now available to try for selected users, the company has confirmed. The new version of the email client is open for Office Insiders to try now, giving an insight into what the company […]


Computing, Software & Applications

Google Maps embraces the ‘vibe check’ lifestyle

September 28, 2022

Via: Mashable

At its Search On announcement event on Wednesday, Google showed off a slew of funky new Maps features, one of which is leaning way in to Gen Z trends. Soon, users will be able to “vibe check” — yes, you […]


Computing, Software & Applications

Microsoft .NET 7 bolsters WebAssembly support

September 28, 2022

Via: Info World

Microsoft’s .NET 7 software development platform, due as a production release in November, improves support for running .NET on WebAssembly in JavaScript-based apps. Developers can use the expanded WebAssembly support in .NET 7 to reuse .NET libraries from JavaScript or […]


Computing, Software & Applications

Google Chrome wants to make it easier to search your web history

September 28, 2022

Via: Techradar

Tracking down that elusive web page or niche website could soon be a lot easier thanks to a new update coming to Google Chrome. The browser has announced a new shortcut that will allow desktop users to search through their […]


Computing, Hardware

Does Intel Raptor Lake have a secret weapon 34-core CPU?

September 28, 2022

Via: Techradar

Intel’s 13th-gen flagship tops out at 24-cores, but a 34-core processor has been spotted from the Raptor Lake family in an odd turn of events. That could prompt you to immediately speculate that Intel has some kind of monster processor […]


Computing, Hardware

Why Intel Raptor Lake’s disappointing laptop CPU benchmarks don’t add up

September 27, 2022

Via: Techradar

Intel’s Raptor Lake processors for laptops have been spotted in some leaked benchmarks, giving us a potential idea of their performance – and at first glance, it seems seriously disappointing, but there’s more to this than meets the eye, as […]


Computing, Data Management

Azure on Arm is here at last

September 26, 2022

Via: Info World

Azure now has two Arms: the familiar Azure Resource Manager infrastructure description language and tools, and now a family of Azure VMs running on Ampere Arm-based processors. This new hardware option is a big change for Microsoft’s cloud, as it […]


Computing, Operating Systems

Microsoft finally confirms the release date for Windows 10’s major 2022 update

September 26, 2022

Via: Techradar

In the midst of Windows 11 gaining its first major update, Microsoft also confirmed that a 22H2 update for Windows 10 is scheduled to arrive in October. However, if you’re looking for huge features to further hold you off from […]


Computing, Hardware

What GPU to Buy if You Can’t Afford Nvidia’s Ada or Wait for AMD’s RNDA3

September 23, 2022

Via: Tom's Hardware

The wait for next-gen GPUs is finally ending—sort of. Nvidia’s RTX 4090 and RTXs 4080s were announced this week. And while the performance looks impressive (particularly for the RTX 4090), prices for the cards start at $899 for the cut-down […]


Computing, Software & Applications

How to use route handler filters in minimal APIs in ASP.NET Core 7

September 22, 2022

Via: Info World

ASP.NET Core 6 introduced a simplified hosting model that allows us to build lightweight APIs with minimal dependencies. Minimal APIs in ASP.NET Core 6 don’t use controllers, and they lack support for a number of useful ASP.NET features. One of […]


Computing, Data Management

Data center outages are now less disruptive – but are costing more

September 22, 2022

Via: Techradar

Data center outages can cause havoc for businesses, but they may at least be becoming less common according to a report by the Uptime Institute. In 2022, 60% of data center operators they surveyed said they had an outage in […]


Computing, Software & Applications

Nvidia wants its first SaaS product to help power the metaverse

September 21, 2022

Via: Techradar

Nvidia has become the latest company to start prepaing for the metaverse with a newly-announced Omniverse Cloud. Announced at the recent Nvidia GTC 2022 event(opens in new tab), the company’s first software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering is designed to support developers design, […]