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Semiconductor Wiki chronicles competing fab process densities from 130-10nm
— 9:19 AM on October 2, 2014

SemiWiki, otherwise known as the Semiconductor Wiki Project, has pulled together some interesting data on the feature density of competing fabrication nodes from the...

Type: News story Tags: CPUs Graphics Memory

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Microsoft Office welcomes Sway, a new authoring tool for web content
— 6:00 AM on October 2, 2014

Microsoft is adding a new authoring tool to its Office suite. It's called Sway, which is the name of not only the application, but also...

Type: News story Tags: Internet Software

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ARM announces OS, server tools for the Internet of things
— 12:15 PM on October 1, 2014

Following the launch of its Cortex-M7 processor for embedded microcontrollers, ARM has announced some new software to help speed up the development and deployment...

Type: News story Tags: Internet Software Operating systems Servers

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Hynix slides tease vertically stacked memory with 256GB/s of bandwidth
— 6:00 AM on September 30, 2014

High-Bandwidth Memory, otherwise known as HBM, is a form of stacked DRAM designed to sit on the...

Type: News story Tags: CPUs Graphics Memory

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Photoshop heading to Chromebooks—in streaming form
— 2:04 PM on September 29, 2014

Chromebooks got their first taste of Android apps earlier this month. Now, something bigger is on the way. Google and Adobe have teamed up...

Type: News story Tags: Mobile computing Internet Software

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Bash vulnerability allows code execution, may be worse than Heartbleed bug
— 9:20 AM on September 25, 2014

The Internet is grappling with another major security vulnerability. According to the Red Hat security blog, the Bash Unix shell is vulnerable to code...

Type: News story Tags: Internet Operating systems Linux-Unix

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New Gmail accounts no longer require Google+
— 3:35 PM on September 22, 2014

Looks like Google might be quietly sweeping Google+ under the rug. As WordStream reports, the company has removed the requirement that new Gmail subscribers...

Type: News story Tags: Internet

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Apple: With iOS 8, we can't give your data to the government
— 2:44 PM on September 18, 2014

With its reputation still reeling from that celebrity photo leak, Apple has added a new privacy section to its website. That section includes a...

Type: News story Tags: Internet Mac Personal tech

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Friday night topic: How often do you unplug?
— 5:19 PM on September 12, 2014

With Google and Apple trying to sell us wearable tech, and everyone else force-feeding us the

Type: News story Tags: Internet Personal tech

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What's your biggest PC bottleneck?
— 9:52 AM on September 12, 2014

Modern PCs are incredibly powerful. They have multi-core CPUs, massively parallel graphics processors, gobs of memory, and...

Poll Question: • What's your biggest PC bottleneck?

Type: News story Tags: CPUs Graphics Storage Memory

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WD's Ae archival drive has ''progressive'' 6.x TB capacity
— 6:00 AM on September 10, 2014

A while back, at the behest of its datacenter customers, WD developed a family of hard drives specifically for "cold" archival storage. The product line...

Type: News story Tags: Storage Servers

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HGST's NVM Express SSDs scale up to 3.2TB
— 2:48 PM on September 9, 2014

Hard drives weren't the only products HGST revealed during its enterprise storage event this morning. The firm also uncorked its first PCI Express SSD...

Type: News story Tags: Storage Servers

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Shingled platters breathe helium inside HGST's 10TB hard drive
— 1:30 PM on September 9, 2014

In a curious bit of scheduling, HGST decided to roll out a bunch of new enterprise storage...

Type: News story Tags: Storage Servers

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Intel's Xeon E5-2687W v3 processor reviewed
— 3:51 PM on September 8, 2014

If you thought Haswell-E was something, wait til you get a load of the EP variant. This server-grade monster has up to 18 cores...

Type: Feature article Tags: CPUs Servers Workstations

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New Chrome builds have built-in password generator
— 6:00 AM on September 8, 2014

Watch out, LastPass! Google might be gunning for you. The latest stable release of Chrome already slapped a fresh coat of paint on the built-in password...

Type: News story Tags: Internet Software

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Anand Shimpi announces retirement from AnandTech
— 6:38 PM on August 30, 2014

The shape of the PC hardware community is changing today with Anand Shimpi's announcement that he's retiring from the publishing world after more than...

Type: News story Tags: Internet

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Corsair's new DDR4 modules are rated for 3300 MT/s
— 12:56 PM on August 29, 2014

We recently tested Intel's new Haswell-E processor with DDR4 memory clocked as high as 2800MHz. Turns out even that speed is old hat—or just...

Type: News story Tags: Memory

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Samsung's DDR4 modules for servers have quadruple-stacked memory dies
— 6:00 AM on August 28, 2014

DDR4 memory is starting to trickle out, and Samsung's latest modules are particularly notable. The server-oriented RDIMMs are populated with 3D memory packages that stack...

Type: News story Tags: Memory

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