Servers

Dell Updates, Adds To Edge Computing Portfolio

Dell added new servers, a data platform and a micro data center to its edge computing lineup.
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Steve Jobs, Executives Shot Down Top Apple Engineers' Plea To Design Their Own Server Cpu –...

Techies quit to go it alone, iGiant tries to lure away their staff – then sues – court told Apple's iPhone chip designers mulled creating their own homegrown server processor for the Silicon Valley giant – but were shot down by Steve Jobs...
Related topics: Steve Jobs, Apple, Iphone, Mobile Technology, Silicon Valley

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500 Chrome Extensions Secretly Uploaded Private Data From Millions Of Users

Enlarge More than 500 browser extensions downloaded millions of times from Google’s Chrome Web Store surreptitiously uploaded private browsing data to attacker-controlled servers, researchers said on Thursday. The extensions were part of a...
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Mit Student Researchers Say One Of The Best-known Voting Apps Is Ripe For Hacks

Voatz says MIT used an old version of its app that wasn’t connected to its servers. Mobile voting apps may someday be a great way to increase participation in democracy, but right now there are serious questions about any technologies that...

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Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu 18.04.4 Lts Now Available For Download

Canonical has recently announced a new long-term support version of Ubuntu for desktop, server, and cloud, all running on Linux Kernel 5.3 Known as Bionic Beaver, Ubuntu 18.04.4 LTS comes alongside all the other flavors that are based on this...
Related topics: Linux, Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu, Canonical

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Microsoft Ups The Ante With Fix-fixing Patch That Leaves Some Windows Server 2008 Machines Unable...

She applied the fix to fix the fix... I don't know why she did the apply. Perhaps it'll die Like a needy ex-partner that just won't let go, Microsoft's legacy OSes continue to cling to the Windows behemoth's ankles. Windows Server 2008 and Windows 7...
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Fb Workplace Co-founder Launches Downtime Fire Alarm Kintaba

“It’s an open secret that every company is on fire” says Kintaba co-founder John Egan. “At any given moment something is going horribly wrong in a way that it has never gone wrong before.” Code failure downtimes, server...

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Who Needs The A-team Or Macgyver When There's A Techie With An Scsi Cable?

When two become one in the server room Who, Me?  Welcome back to Who, Me?, The Register's regular feature covering confessions from readers who just wanted to get the job done.…

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A Very Buttoned Up Raspberry Pi Media Server

Projects that turn the Raspberry Pi into a low-cost Network Attached Storage (NAS) solution are very common; all you need is the right software, the Pi itself, and some USB storage devices. But unless you particularly like the “Medusa”...

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Settings Header In Windows 10 Is Back

Microsoft quietly removed the famous header in Windows 10 Settings in one of the previous Fast ring Insider Builds. But now, the header seems to be back again in the Settings app in Windows 10 Version 1909 via a server update, according to HTNovo....
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Apps Could Take Up Less Space On Your Phone, Thanks To New ‘streaming’ Software

If you resort to deleting apps when your phone’s storage space is full, researchers have a solution. New software “streams” data and code resources to an app from a cloud server when necessary, allowing the app to use only the...

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Bartenders Watch Out: A Robot Server In Tokyo Can Make Cocktails In One Minute

A bar in Tokyo is tackling its problems finding new staff by employing an automated alternative: A robotic bartender that can pour a beer in 40 seconds and mix a cocktail in a minute. Customers at the Zeroken Robo Tavern in Ikebukuro train...
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How To See (and Disable) The Telemetry Data Firefox Collects About You

To maintain transparency, Mozilla has made all of the data Firefox collects about you and your machine available to view. Using a hidden page in your browser, here’s how to see what’s sent to the company’s servers.Read This Article...
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How To Fix A 500 Internal Server Error

While you already know how to fix a 502 bad gateway error, there’s another error that you commonly encounter when accessing a website or web service i.e 500 Internal Server Error.It is worth noting that the 500 Internal Server Error is a...

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Wacom Tablets Log Every Mac App You Open, Sends Data To Google Analytics

A software engineer has discovered that Wacom tablets log every Mac app you open, and sends that data to a Google Analytics server… more… The post Wacom tablets log every Mac app you open, sends data to Google Analytics appeared first...
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Windows Desktop Search Went Down Because Of Microsoft Server Outage

The large amount of data we accumulate or access these days has made traditional organization and retrieval methods like files and folders a little less convenient. Search is the hot thing in computing, be it on the Web or even just on your...
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How To Have Different Names In Discord Servers

Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, guides, and advice on how to easily get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff. Discord servers have become a staple of digital life, not just for gamers (their original intended audience),...
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How 5g And Edge Computing Fit Into The Future Of Intel’s Traditionally Chip-focused Lineup

Intel is one of the biggest names in the tech world, with chips that quite literally are the brains behind most of the computers and servers that we use every day. But the world of computers is expanding and Intel is changing, too, with a focus on...
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Fbi Catches Hacker That Stole Nintendo’s Secrets For Years

Enlarge (credit: Samuel Axon) A 21-year-old California man has pleaded guilty to hacking Nintendo's servers multiple times since 2016, using phishing techniques to gain early access to information about the company's plans. Ryan S. Hernandez, who...
Related topics: FBI, Hackers, Computer Security, Nintendo

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Scientists At University Of Waterloo Find Way For Computers To Retrieve Data Faster

Scientists at the University of Waterloo have developed a new approach to improve storage and output speeds for computer systems.Current data storage systems only use a single storage server to process information, which makes them slow at...

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