Microsoft submerges cloud servers in liquid
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Apparently, it improves things

Microsoft is starting to submerge its servers in liquid to improve their performance and energy efficiency.

Apple programming strikes again on the iCloud
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Can’t tell users from Boolean


Apple software genii, who write code that cannot handle transitions for summertime, have written a splendid piece of code for the iCloud which gets frightfully confused by some users' names.

Bitcoin will become more volatile
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Blame the government looking into it

The Bitcoin price nears $50,000 and will continue to reach new highs in this first quarter of 2021 – but investors should also expect volatility due to increasing regulatory scrutiny.

Cryptocurrency company wants to form own governments
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Capitalist wet dreams

A cryptocurrency company that owns 67,000 acres in rural northern Nevada wants the state government to grant technology companies power to form local governments on land they own.

IBM creates 1u all-flash storage system
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Can scale to hold 1.7 petabytes of data.

IBM unveiled a 1u all-flash storage system for on-premises IT environments that can scale to hold 1.7 petabytes (PB) of data as part of a cunning plan to make it easier to manage data across a hybrid cloud computing environment.