US not allowed to take EU data
Published in News

Legal ruling puts US tech in a spin

The US technology industry is paying the price for the obsession that its government has on stealing data.

Microsoft rolls out Office 2016
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Cloudy office

Microsoft has begun rolling-out of Office 2016, the latest addition to its cloud-based subscription service Office 365.

Dell creates new hyperscale unit
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Cloudbusting plans

Tinbox shifter Dell has created a new business unit to chase after the "second tier" of hyperscale customers.

MediaTek labs' autonomous robots track objects
Published in Wearables

Inexpensive solution for Makers robots

Everything is about Robots these days and Intel, MediaTek and many platform manufacturers are trying to find a way into the market.

China presses ahead with glorious five year  tech plan
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US tech companies nervy

The Chinese government is set to hack off the US government by working on a set of banking cyber security regulations.

EU working out data deal with US
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Promise not to spy on us

The European Commission is working out a deal with the US, that will allow EU data to end up in the US if its government agrees not to steal it.

IBM cornering the cloud patent market
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Just like Goldfinger attempted to corner the supply of Gold, it seems that Big Blue is attempting the same thing with cloud patents. 

Intel does rather well in Q2 2015
Published in Processors

But PC numbers still slide

The maker of chips and bits, Intel is doing better than the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street expected.

IBM adds Tesla GPU in cloud
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Nvidia Tesla K80 gets a job with the suits

Biggish Blue has added an option for its SoftLayer product which adds Nvidia Tesla K80 GPU acceleration in the cloud

Oracle experiences profit plummet
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Falling through the cloud

The cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street ran screaming from the toilets after it was announced that industry bellwether Oracle had done much worse than anyone had expected.