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DiD apple Rush The iPhone X

November 17, 2017 by   | Category: Mobile
DiD apple Rush The iPhone X

There seem to be more local problems popping up on Apple’s latest super expensive iPhone X. According to Macrumors, one of the bugs is related to audio. Some people rich enough to own the latest phone are reporting buzzing and crackling from the stereo speakers. Some people rich enough to own the latest phone are reporting buzzing and crackling from the stereo speakers. One customer took his crackling iPhone X back to the Mac shop where he bought it and Apple replaced it with another phone which... 

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Qualcomm Appears Ready To Battle Broadcom

November 17, 2017 by   | Category: Computing
Qualcomm Appears Ready To Battle Broadcom

Qualcomm is drawing up its battle plans to fight off a hostile takeover from Broadcom. The outfit is certain to reject rival Broadcom $103 billion bid as early as this week which would set the stage for one of the IT industry’s biggest ever takeover battles. Qualcomm’s board of directors could meet as early as Sunday to review the unsolicited acquisition offer and decide on its strategy, the sources said. The preparations for the board meeting indicate that Qualcomm is poised to rebuff the bid... 

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Are Researchers Close To Finding The Evasive Tetraquark

November 17, 2017 by   | Category: Around The Net
Are Researchers Close To Finding The Evasive Tetraquark

Flit, zip, jitter, boom. Quarks, the tiny particles that make up everything tangible in the universe, remain deeply mysterious to physicists even 53 years after scientists first began to suspect these particles exist. They bop around at the edge of scientific instruments’ sensitivities, are squirreled away inside larger particles, and decay from their higher forms into their simplest in half the time it takes a beam of light to cross a grain of salt. The little buggers don’t give up their... 

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IBM Expands Quantum Computing In The Cloud

November 16, 2017 by   | Category: Computing
IBM Expands Quantum Computing In The Cloud

The ever-shrinking Big Blue is expanding what it calls quantum computing as a cloud service. Since last year IBM has offered a 5 qubit version and now it is pumping up the volume to 20-qubits. The outfit also announced that IBM researchers had successfully built a 50 qubit prototype, which is the next milestone for quantum computing. Quantum computing is a difficult area of technology to understand unless you are a cat which can exist in two different states at once. The theory is that instead of... 

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Qualcomm To Power Alibaba

November 16, 2017 by   | Category: Around The Net
Qualcomm To Power Alibaba

Qualcomm and Alibaba have ported Alibaba Cloud Link One to run on the Qualcomm MDM9206 global multi-mode LTE IoT modem. This is all part of a cunning plan to allow developers to quickly develop and deploy solutions that connect with the Alibaba Cloud using LTE IoT connectivity and client software running directly on the LTE system-on-chip (SoC). Qualcomm pre-integrated the Alibaba Cloud Link One on to the MDM9206 modem, so that module manufacturers and IoT Tight and cost-effective integration between... 

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Xbox One X Beats PS4 PRO In The UK

November 16, 2017 by   | Category: Gaming
Xbox One X Beats PS4 PRO In The UK

The first week sales of Xbox One X is over 80,000 in the UK, GamesIndustry.biz can reveal. Retailers have shared data that reveal that Microsoft’s new super-powered console has sold as many units in its first week as Nintendo Switch did in March (hardware figures are up-weighted 20%. Xbox One X raw data is at 67,000). It’s first week sales are also well ahead of PS4 Pro, which did a little over 50,000 back in November 2016. Indeed, it took PS4 Pro four weeks to reach the same number. Of... 

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Will Cloud Services Explode In 2018

November 15, 2017 by   | Category: Around The Net
Will Cloud Services Explode In 2018

Number crunchers at Forrester have been shuffling their tarot cards and reached the conclusion that the cloud will be even bigger in 2018. Apparently next year cloud computing will cross a special threshold. Forrester predicts that more than 50 percent of global enterprises will rely on at least on public cloud platforms to drive digital transformation and delight customers. This means that cloud will become business critical and is now a mainstream enterprise core technology. Forrester believes... 

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Can The Nintendo Switch Handle Virtual Reality

November 15, 2017 by   | Category: Gaming
Can The Nintendo Switch Handle Virtual Reality

The response to Nintendo’s portable/console hybrid has been incredible thus far, with sales almost on track to match that of the original Wii. While the VR market has yet to see mainstream appeal on a level anything close to the Switch, Cloudhead Games CEO Denny Unger does believe that it could benefit from a device that offers similar mobile functionality but when at home can “dock” or tether to a PC to utilize its full power. Moreover, he thinks such a device could help to solve... 

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Supernova Baffles Astronomers

November 15, 2017 by   | Category: Computing
Supernova Baffles Astronomers

The appearance of a years-long supernova explosion challenges scientist’s current understanding of star formation and death, and work is underway to explain the bizarre phenomenon. Stars more than eight times the mass of the sun end their lives in fantastic explosions called supernovas. These are among the most energetic phenomena in the universe. The brightness of a single dying star can briefly rival that of an entire galaxy. Supernovas that form from supermassive stars typically rise quickly... 

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Were The Russians Responsible For The Yahoo Data Breach

November 14, 2017 by   | Category: Around The Net
Were The Russians Responsible For The Yahoo Data Breach

At least one of the attacks carried out on Yahoo was the work of Russian spooks, according to former Yahoo Chief Executive Marissa Mayer. Mayer apologised for two massive data breaches at the internet company, blaming Russian agents for at least one of them. Speaking at a Senate hearing on the growing number of cyber attacks on major US companies, Mayer said sorry for the hacks which were committed on her watch. “Unfortunately, while all our measures helped Yahoo successfully defend against the... 

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Kaspersky Issues New DDoS Warning

November 14, 2017 by   | Category: Around The Net
Kaspersky Issues New DDoS Warning

Kaspersky has returned to its map of malware and reported that DDoS attacks are forever increasing and becoming more inventive. The firm published its latest quarterly report into such attacks explaining that they are keeping it busy. It says that threats are maturing and spreading. “In addition to the development of trends observed in previous reporting periods, such as botnets shifting from computers to other form factors, the preference for complex DDoS attacks instead of large-scale onslaughts,... 

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Is Sony’s PSVR Taking Off

November 14, 2017 by   | Category: Gaming
Is Sony’s PSVR Taking Off

Sony is increasing the production of its motion-sensitive PlayStation Move controllers ahead of an anticipated deluge of new titles. Speaking at Develop:VR in London today, Stuart Whyte – Sony London Studio’s director of VR product development – said Sony is tracking the number of players who own Move controllers, and hopes to increase this as the PSVR userbase grows. “Currently, two thirds of the games released so far on PlayStation VR are Move-compatible or require Move,”... 

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Does Nintendo Still Plan To Focus On Mobile Gaming

November 13, 2017 by   | Category: Gaming
Does Nintendo Still Plan To Focus On Mobile Gaming

Nintendo’s long-awaited push into the mobile space hasn’t been quite as disruptive as many might have hoped, but the firm is determined to press on with its plans. During a Q&A for investors following Nintendo’s most recent financial results, president Tatsumi Kimishima discussed the platform holder’s thoughts on the future of its mobile business and whether he expected Nintendo to develop its own smart devices. “Nintendo is a newcomer for the smart-device business,... 

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Did NotPetya Cost Maersk 300 Million

November 13, 2017 by   | Category: Around The Net
Did NotPetya Cost Maersk 300 Million

Maersk has claimed that the NotPetya ransomware that ripped through a number of its operations in the summer has cost the company as much as $300m. The company admitted this week that the ransomware caused a 2.5 per cent decrease in shipping volumes as the company struggled to process freight with systems that had been taken down by the outbreak. “The effect on profitability from the June cyber-attack was $250m-$300m, with the vast majority of the impact related to Maersk Line in the third... 

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Can An Ancient Spiral Galaxy Reveal The Secrets Of The Milky Way

November 13, 2017 by   | Category: Around The Net
Can An Ancient Spiral Galaxy Reveal The Secrets Of The Milky Way

Astronomers have uncovered an ancient cosmic artifact 11 billion light-years from Earth: the oldest spiral galaxy ever seen. The newly discovered galaxy, known as A1689B11, is an ancestor of modern spiral galaxies like our own Milky Way, which are defined by long tentacles of gas, dust and stars that wrap around the galaxy’s central bulge. “Spiral galaxies are exceptionally rare in the early universe, and this discovery opens the door to investigating how galaxies transition from highly... 

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