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Computing, Hardware

Acer believes the chip shortage crisis will improve later this year

April 7, 2021

Via: TechSpot

We all know about the global chip shortages by now, including its effect on hardware availability and manufacturers raising their prices. Everything from vehicle production to laptop supplies has been impacted. As a result, we’ve seen old graphics cards such […]


Computing, Operating Systems, Software & Applications

Android to Support Rust Programming Language to Prevent Memory Flaws

April 7, 2021

Via: The Hacker News

Google on Tuesday announced that its open source version of the Android operating system will add support for Rust programming language in a bid to prevent memory safety bugs. To that end, the company has been building parts of the […]


Internet, Wireless & Cloud

T-Mobile declared the most reliable 5G network

April 6, 2021

Via: Phone Arena

T-Mobile just bagged another recognition over the quality of its 5G network, this time for reliability. Its 5G effort already has the widest footprint thanks to the low and slow, but far-reaching bands it started using first, albeit the speeds […]


Internet, Wireless & Cloud

AWS and Verizon bring private 5G and edge computing to life with Corning

April 6, 2021

Via: TechSpot

Verizon and Amazon Web Services (AWS) have a real-world customer, in the form of Corning’s fiber optic cable factory, for their Private 5G Mobile Edge Compute (MEC) service with AWS Outposts. The combination of the two technologies brings the security, […]


Computing, Hardware

Microsoft is testing two-phase immersion cooling to keep servers from overheating

April 6, 2021

Via: TechSpot

Moore’s Law may have slowed in recent years but the demand for increasingly powerful computer hardware hasn’t skipped a beat. To keep up, hardware makers are progressively feeding processors more juice which has naturally resulted in hotter chips. “Air cooling […]


Computing, Data Management

Where now for storage? Dell EMC, NetApp and HPE

April 6, 2021

Via: Computer Weekly

In this first article of two, we look at Dell, HPE and NetApp. All three are making a big play towards the cloud – with Dell EMC and HPE’s consumption models very prominent – and NetApp, the only pure play […]


Mobile, Smartphones

Huawei Mate X2 review

April 5, 2021

Via: GSMArena.com

Huawei is now officially on its third generation of foldable display phones with the Mate X2. We’ve seen major technological strides with these products since the original Mate X came out in 2019. The Mate X2, in particular, marks a […]


Internet, Wireless & Cloud

7 ways the cloud is changing

April 5, 2021

Via: Info World

The word “cloud” is one of those nebulous words that people deploy with steadfast conviction. When politicians get in a bind, they like to say that the solution to a problem is more “education.” Doctors toss off the word “rest.” […]


Internet, Wireless & Cloud

Verizon and Amazon team up to offer enhanced 5G services to business customers

April 5, 2021

Via: Phone Arena

Verizon is determined to provide 5G services to as many customers as possible, and one segment that seems a bit underserved in the enterprise area. Starting this week, Verizon will offer enterprise customers in the United States who want a […]


Apps & OS, Mobile

Google Assistant driving mode slowly rolling out to more countries

April 5, 2021

Via: Phone Arena

After introducing the Assistant Driving Mode in the United States last year, Google has decided that it’s finally time to make the feature available to users in other countries too. If you’re not living in the US, chances are that […]