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Computing, Software & Applications

C# language specification approved

June 30, 2022

Via: Info World

Ecma International has approved the sixth edition of the C# language specification, with language author Microsoft citing a more open process in the development of the specification. Known officially as ECMA-334, the sixth edition of the C# language specification was […]


Computing, Hardware

AMD’s Ryzen 7 5700 Emerges Without Radeon Vega iGPU

June 30, 2022

Via: Tom's Hardware

AMD’s Ryzen 7000 (Raphael) processors may be around the corner. However, the chipmaker isn’t ready to retire the Ryzen 5000G (Cezanne) lineup. In the shape of the Ryzen 7 5700, an unreleased chip has emerged in the wild. At first […]


Hacking, Security

High-severity Microsoft bug opened door to container cluster hijacking

June 30, 2022

Via: Techradar

After being tipped off by cybersecurity researchers from Unit 42, a division of Palo Alto Networks, Microsoft has pushed out a patch for a high-severity vulnerability found in Service Fabric. Publishing a blog post(opens in new tab) to explain what […]


Computing, Data Management

8 Reasons Data-Driven Companies Are Utilizing Email Marketing

June 30, 2022

Via: SmartData Collective

Big data is at the heart of all successful, modern marketing strategies. Companies that engage in email marketing have discovered that big data is particularly effective. When you are running a data-driven company, you should seriously consider investing in email […]


Computing, Hardware

AMD could follow in Nvidia’s DLSS footsteps with FSR 3.0 frame rate booster

June 29, 2022

Via: Techradar

AMD could be planning to take a different direction with FSR in the future, and if a clue highlighted on Twitter is anything to go by, Team Red’s intention is to develop the frame rate boosting tech along AI-powered lines […]


Computing, Software & Applications

The latest Microsoft 365 update comes about two years too late

June 29, 2022

Via: Techradar

Over the next couple of months, Microsoft will gradually roll out a new security feature for the web version of its popular collaboration and productivity platform, Microsoft 365. Announcing the news in a blog post(opens in new tab), the company’s […]


Computing, Hardware

Intel and AMD, take note: HPE just launched an Arm-based server with 128 cores

June 29, 2022

Via: Techradar

HPE has unveiled a new Arm-based server at its annual Discover event; the 11th-generation ProLiant RL300 runs on Altra and Altra Max processors from Ampere Computing, which also feature in Oracle and Azure cloud offerings. The RL300 server will be […]


Computing, Data Management

Databricks open sources its Delta Lake data lakehouse

June 28, 2022

Via: Info World

In an effort to push past doubts cast by its data lake and data warehouse rivals, Databricks on Tuesday said that it is open sourcing all Delta Lake APIs as part of the Delta Lake 2.0 release. The company also […]


Computing, Software & Applications

Gmail’s new look is about to appear for more people, even if they didn’t ask for it

June 28, 2022

Via: The Verge

Google started rolling out an updated user interface for Gmail in February that pulls Meet, Chat, and Spaces closer and applies more of its Material You styling effects. Starting today, it’s becoming opt-out instead of opt-in, so your account will […]


Computing, Software & Applications

The latest Google Chrome beta solves an unnerving video conferencing problem

June 28, 2022

Via: Techradar

The latest beta edition of Google Chrome (Beta 104) has offered a glimpse of a number of useful changes coming to the popular web browser. The updates will be available on Android, Chrome OS, Linux, macOS, and Windows devices, with […]