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ARM is working with Applied Micro Circuits to put out cheap 64-bit ARM servers by end of year or mid next year : IDG News Service – Early prototype 64-bit ARM servers could be available for testing purposes by the end of this year or possibly at the latest by […]
If you work from home, you’ve probably gotten an eye roll or two from your office-bound friends. But as consultant Scott Edinger explains, working from home or in a remote office can lead to increased productivity, more effective communication, and better teamwork.
Here is one useful method of how we can delete all entries of our database:
Adobe’s video editing application is already a lovely thing on the Retina MacBook Pro, but not visually — only in terms of its raw performance on that Core i7 CPU.
New portable storage options from Western Digital are breaking cover once again. This time around, the outfit has announced the My Passport Edge and My Passport Edge for Mac.
Modder Andy Rawson thinks he’s found the secret to turning smartphones into super-cheap thermal imaging hardware.
What a nifty idea: a camera with full mobile connectivity which runs a mobile OS. Or is it? Samsung unveiled its Galaxy Camera at a photogenic event ahead of IFA in Berlin on Wednesday. But is it a smallish tablet with a reasonable camera attached, a chunky mobile with a reasonable camera attached, or a […]